Following two recent communications where triggered dogs expressed a need for a role within their families, I sat with the Animal Realm to ask more on this need.
“We need companionship. This creates roles. To work together, we need a ‘place’ in the team/family/community/society.”
The Animals shared the purpose of having a role wasn’t to fit in or be boxed, it is a need for a being: for us to function universally.
Each of us has a role as part of a community. “The Wheel” as the Animals explained. The wheel keeps moving forward when we are existing within our purpose.
A role begets our purpose. It enables it.
Our purpose requires us to have a role/roles within society. We are incarnated into physical form and therefore need methods, positions, opportunities to fulfil our purpose. The role(s) we embrace/choose enables us to fulfil, navigate and achieve our purpose.
“To try and fit another into a role that conflicts with their purpose creates chaos, dis-order, dis-harmony and dis-ease. It creates energetic conflict which can result in physical, emotional and mental conflict.”
The Animals continued to explain how any animal without a role would struggle to achieve purpose, humans included. A sense of loss, frustration sadness and/or desperation can overcome the physical senses. Apathy and disconnection, from soul and society, can present in anyone struggling to find their role in society.
“It creates an environment where a being gets disconnected from themselves and all around them. Subconsciously or consciously, they prepare to protect themselves or self-destruct. Alienation and isolation occur. Detachment from society due to the lack of ‘bridging’.
Without a role we float alone, we are lost and struggle with ourselves for we are disconnected from our own purpose: why we are here. We're isolated."
Roles are not in existence to allow us to ‘fit in’, they empower us to function as part of the Oneness, and for a being to fulfil their own purpose in the larger scale of existence.
“It can take time to find our role, to slot into the place/space waiting for us. Understanding, patience and awareness help that transition time; that time of ‘trial and error’.
For some, it flows immediately. For others it’s chaos before the flow can begin. When we find our role, we are on purpose. Aligned and flowing in the direction of our Soul’s growth and needs.
A role brings us to the connections we’re needing. It brings interactions and experiences we seek and need.
A role brings opportunities, lessons and growth.
Whether I’m a ‘Meeter and Greeter’ at your door, here to expand your heart or to teach you protection boundaries, self-love or trust, my role, my ‘job’ here with you is unique to me.
Awareness in the home:
We live with you, amongst you. We connect and interact with you. To have no role is to be defunct.
We have a purpose, we all have. That is given.
It is the role(s) to fulfil that purpose that we need assistance achieving.
Agreeing to co-habit and care for us requires you allowing us to fulfil a role within that relationship. It will otherwise be imbalanced, one-way.
Even bringing a piece of furniture into your home: it has its role to play, as part of a functioning home.
Roles, ‘jobs’, within society enable us to fulfil our purpose. They are not our purpose but tools offering opportunities. Aids.”
The Role enables us to achieve the Purpose of why we are here. As companions, species can work on this together, only if each has access to having the methods to do so.
“How can we help?”
- “Consider potential in another. Each of us owns potential but do we limit another’s?
- Consider a need in your life.
We join you for a reason, to help you.
Why would a companion be in your life? Offer them opportunities to assist you. Try different roles, ‘jobs’, around the home and in your shared environment.
- Consider your fears, your worries and concerns. Could your companion be with you to assist you to face and work through that/those?
Take time to feel your companion and see if s/he is settling into a role. See and feel if s/he is finding a role themselves. Are they drawn to something in particular?
Work together to find roles because you came together for a reason(s).