Amazing Animal Angels

Over the years, we’ve talked many times about animals. It’s a popular subject with you, our readers.

So in this time of worldwide stress and anguish, Spirit suggested we talk about animals’ roles in human lives. They certainly have played a large role in my own personal life over the years.

There’s even a relatively new term, “emotional support animals.” People often bring their emotional support animals with them in stressful situations. For example, we have several people among our family and friends fearful of flying. So they may bring a pet with them if they must fly.


As Johnny said, we’ve talked about animals many times over many years. The reason is they play a far more vital role in the lives of humans than most imagine.

Here are some of the many blessings and benefits they bring into your lives:

Animals as your teachers and healers

  • Animals are not in your lives to entertain you, though they certainly do that well. But, also, they are often here as your teachers and healers.
  • If there is one major lesson animals have to teach you, it is this: Live in the moment and love unconditionally.

Animals as your role models

  • In their naturally uninhibited, unlimited being, animals radiate an energy, love and joy that can touch even the most hardened human hearts.
  • Animals have no fear of illness or death. More importantly, they have no fear of life.
  • Animals never doubt their worthiness. They know they are worthy. They know they are God.

Animal communication

  • Animals communicate with each other, and with humans. Obviously, they do not use words, but something more powerful—telepathy. So be open to them and the basic ways they communicate with you.
  • Animals read energy, and can predict physical events before they manifest.
  • Animals are always tuned into what you might call cosmic consciousness, or God.

Copyright © 2020 by John Cali and Berna Copray
Edited by Berna Copray

P.S. If you love dogs, you’ll be interested in our book, Dogs: Heartwarming, Soul-Stirring Stories of Our Canine Companions. We’re planning to make the book available as an audiobook soon.


In this unusual video, you’ll discover an animal you probably never thought of as a “emotional support animal.” This is truly one of the amazing animal angels.

Please share your thoughts with us in the comments below.


6 Responses

  1. Steff

    LOVED the video …
    LOVED the words from Spirit …
    LOVE our animal angels …
    They offer such pure, uncomplicated, unconditional love !!!

  2. Tracy

    Thank you, Spirit, for bringing up this topic! Animals are a huge part of my life, also. I live on the edge of a forest now and it’s wildlife heaven. Like Jeannie, all kinds come to visit me, knowing they’ll be safe and taken care of. Racoons with their babies, squirrels, birds, opposums. I even gave them a small kiddie pool to play in, which always makes me laugh. Watching them transforms me, reminds me of our Oneness, and it’s just so healing for me. With the animals, I don’t have to social distance or wear a mask, and I’m allowed to be myself. It’s absolutely wonderful. I loved the chicken video, too! Much love to you, John!

    • John Cali

      Thanks very much, Tracy! What a beautiful place you live in, with all those beautiful creatures! It’s like that here too in Wyoming. That’s one of the things I’ll miss when I leave here.

      Much love to you too, dear,

  3. Jeannie

    They are a joy to behold and I talk to them all the time. Do I get impressions from them sure .

    I love all animals, they are so honest, so beautiful and they give me such joy and bring fun into my life.
    All animals like me, them and little ones especially babies. I can always soothe a baby.
    In my yard they all come to call be it birds, or animals. My patio is a safe place and they know it.
    We now have two kittens one black and one grey and watching their antics gives me a laugh and yes we can all learn from them. They are creatures of Light and Joy.
    The kittens by the way and their mother, a little black cat is owned by a young lady down the street but it seems they feel safer here. I appreciate them being here.

    lots of joy, love and hugs coming your way

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