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Notes: The TT has 3 Principles:
1. Creative Reaction
2. Realisation Learning
3. Trusted Cooperation
Video 1 - This tutorial - Creative Reaction.
Taking responsibility - you are the teacher.
The importance of taking responsibility for your animals.
Animals and humans share feelings and helps us to see the bigger picture.
There's a huge difference between pack leader and teacher....
Creative Reaction - principle
Animals have conditioned reactions. (I.e. even from childhood, become conditioned reactions. Later on life, something else might happen, and a feeling will come up. i.e a mum who used to raise her voice. Same feeling may come up in adulthood if someone else raises their voice.)
Also: puppy may have been attacked by an German Sheppard and then later, when older, just seeing a German Shepherd may cause it to react. "trigger it into a conditioned reactions ).
Animals and humans very similar. Both have conditioned reactions. If we think about something for long enough it becomes a condition.
Animals also react to our feelings. Nervous horse being lead, person notices, get nervous and reacts back. (Can be positive as well as negative. Love, companionship and trust etc.)
CR, we are looking at is that the TT does create a feeling that our animals react to.
Animals very sensitive to our feelings.
With the TT we are not creating an emotion (i.e. happy, sad, glad, mad) - it's more to do with a peaceful feeling.
Peace is more spiritual aspect rather than emotion.
We create an atmosphere that is peaceful.
We create "peace of mind". Right now you can be peaceful.
Video 2 - Taking responsibility
Animals and humans react to each other.
No bad animals just healing *
Animals are very sensitive.
Dog - sense of smell 100,000 more than us.
Horse - sensitive to sound
They are more tuned into their feelings.
Dog know when owners are coming home, well before physical sense of hearing and site. They can pick up on the thought of the owner coming home.
Cats can pick up on the thought of you taking them to the vets.
The highest cancellation are from cats (ref vets).
**if they are sensitive enough to pick up on your thoughts when you are miles away from home, what happens when we feel emotional around them...."loud speaker to them" how much are they picking up on.
TT is about healing not correction.
E.g dog reacts aggressively to men. Picking up on owner's sensitivity to men, (had been attacked as a child). Dog protecting owner.
Owner comes home stressed from work. Dog picks up on this and starts chewing carpet. Owner corrects dog. But it's the owner's stress that caused the dog's behavior in the first place. By correcting the dog, the feeling is only going to be displaced and come out somewhere else (in another behavior or physically). The cause - the owner's stress is still there.
This is why the TT works with bigger process - healing process.
Owner comes in stressed. Dog feels. Starts chewing carpet. The human approaches dog, conducts PM.....dog goes to sleep...owner had to find their PM which means letting go of stress and both animal and human found peace.
The animal can be seen as the human emotional barometer.
This can also works with deeper issues human carry around on a subconscious level that as humans, situations we are not even aware of but our animals are picking up on.
This will show you where feeling is coming from and opens healing process. Allows us to be fully responsible and why it is happening.
Reaction is the feeling reflection.
It doesn't matter what the animal is, it's very easy, when they're fearful to react to them. When this reaction happens, we can very easily spiral out of control.... react, react, spiral...can turn into panic...if people are shrieking at animals, they are reacting.
Three ways animals and humans react:
1. Animal react to human issues.
- Human producing an emotion. Animal living in that environment, they are going to pick up on that feeling. Then the animal shows a behavioral problem, the human, because they are already stressed, react to this and the spiral starts.
2. Human reacts to animal issue. Dog from rescue center. Had a hard time. Very sensitive. Human concerned about dog as can see emotion around animal and its behavioral problems. The human starts asking "why, why, why?" and reacting - the human starts wearing that. The animal, because they are sensitive, can feel the emotion - and there's the spiral effect.
3. Both share similar experiences. Past experiences (not together). Those past experiences have affected them and they are wearing a particular emotion.