Thursday, May 24, 2018

2. How does she feel emotionally? Has HAS she felt emotionally?


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7 Responses to “2. How does she feel emotionally? Has HAS she felt emotionally?”
  1. Jen says:

    “Yes, certainly. I feel just like you. Love, jealously (less than humans), loss. Loss is the hardest. I know we’re still connected but grief and loss are so very hard. (sensed mother figure- her mother or caretaker?) Right now happy, content. Always ache for those missing.” Sense separation. See wilderness, trees.

  2. Tory says:

    happy because Tina is here. New people not understood but nicer.

  3. Karen says:

    When I ask Jewel this question, I see yellow light around her telling me that she has a very good sense about herself, and her emotions don’t get the best of her. Jewel is laughing. There has been pain in her life because the death of siblings, fellow elephants? She does not feel lonely.

    I want to feed her a carrot at this point, does she like carrots?

  4. Kerri says:

    A bit depressed. Low energy. Ho-hum.

  5. Sue Tanida says:

    Jewel says she feels encouraged that so many animal communicators are reaching out to her right now. She feels hopeful that as more people want to listen to elephants and other animals there will be more respect. She likes Tina but is sad that there are other elephants who are captive without company and are lonely. She knows how interconnected she is with other elephants and the planet and often feels the sadness and loneliness, and sometimes anger, of other animals. She is feeling content that she is listened to by our group as an elder.

    She says she was born to be wild and free, and she has felt the gamut of negative emotions as she felt trapped, disrespected, and hopeless in the past. She has since adjusted to her lifestyle and hopes to be an ambassador to humans–but her goal is for future elephants to live in freedom and peace, and she feels happy at that thought.

  6. Debbie Calderon says:

    I feel a lot of sadness coming from her & see her head put to the side when I ask her this like this is hard to talk about & too much really. When I ask her if she is showing me how she feels now or in the past she replies,”both.” I see the word, “loneliness (sp?).” She wants to leave it at that for now.

  7. daniellemackinnon says:

    Jewel felt a lot of loneliness in her life, despite being surrounded by other beings (humans mostly) throughout her life. She is currently adjusting to not feeling lonely, although, she also tells me that she still feels lonely because she does “ache” for the other elephants that are not yet experiencing what she is now adjusting to. It is amazing that she has been able to maintain her “sense of self” as strongly as she has, despite everything she has so far experienced. As I see that she eluded to with some of you, she very much wants to help other elephants… and the people with whom they work and play. She would like a voice and the more we can do to get her voice out there, the better she feels.