I remember how amazing it was the first time I saw chakras on a Teddy Bear. My daughter wrote the following blog. Pretty good for nine years old. Proud father…
Everything has a feeling, or a type of energy. I just got a new stuffed animal named Pepper and when I first got her, it was just another cute stuffed animal. Now, she has energy. She feels nice and quirky.
I know it sounds weird but believe it or not, everything has feelings. If you were a stuffed animal, you would not be able to get hurt by anything a person does physically; you would only get hurt in emotions. Yes, they do have emotions and you do too, right? Just because they can’t talk, doesn’t mean you can’t put an energy into them or the place you got them.
Now I revealed the truth…
everything has feelings.
What wisdom and innocence! It is too bad that more adults can’t recognize and acknowledge such perceptions, and allow themselves to accept and express this knowledge!
No doubt about it..that created the biggest and truest SMILE of the day.
How delightful this post is! This could explain why so many children (and adults ☺) become so attached to their favorite stuffed animal.
Awww that’s absolutely A-dorable !!!!! Highlight of my day. :-)))
Great stuff! Awesome blog.
Sweet! I love it! Thank you for sharing!
So touching. I still have a Teddy Bear, although he is hidden away I find it hard to part with him. I gave him powers many years ago. The power to protect, love, and comfort me. He always took care of the alligators under my bed and was a favorite playmate when I was without one. I don’t need him any more. I’ve moved on to different Teddy Bears.
Beautiful… “the force is strong with this one” – Yoda
As they say “the acorn does not fall far from the tree.”
With much LOVE and gratitude!
Thank you for being the father/parent/family member to your family that so many did and do not have
Great blog! Thanks for sharing.
Just the other day I saw a stuffed animal and decided to sit down and just be with it. It is funny you post this now! There is a beautiful truth behind the innocence children are born with.
Perhaps that’s why it’s difficult to get rid of some of my childhood friends.
What a great blog! I have a fondness for teddy bears and over the years have acquired quite a few. I never leave one all by itself and thanks for reminding me that they do indeed have feelings and energy! They always make me smile when I walk by them everyday. 🙂
Your daughter has had a marvelous insight, and expressed it through her own words so early in life. It is also a wondrous thing to have a father that so honors and nourishes his children’s wisdom.
Every year, the chairs at Unity are filled with teddy bears and other stuffed animals with the directions to give them as much love as you can. Then they go off to comfort a child in need. It is an activity I love to do and over the years, I have gifted many children with many animals filled with my energy, my Love current. I trust it is much more fulfilling than it used to be having been in your presence Brahmarshi.
How beautiful to see a parent, with the perception of reality, extending that knowledge to his children so they may, in turn, express their feelings in their own words. Inspiring!