Thursday, May 24, 2018

4. What was her life like as a young elephant?


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7 Responses to “4. What was her life like as a young elephant?”
  1. Jen says:

    “Could romp and play.” See her trunk wrapped around mother’s tail, rubbing against mother. See green, lush.

  2. Tory says:

    sad. scared. hit.

  3. Karen says:

    Jewel shows me as she was a young one, sleeping on the ground. I hear she was “SPUNKY”. She had other elephants to play with. I get a sense she was not born in the wild, and was taken away from her mother at an early age. Was she bottle fed?

    She shows me when she was walking under and in between the legs of her mother, and playing in water.

  4. Kerri says:

    difficult. taxing. The word “circus” popped into my head. Get the sense she was kept/used in an unnatural way – confined. Petting zoo, rides for humans, etc.

  5. Sue Tanida says:

    Jewel shows me a vision of herself, young and practically laughing, in a family herd. There are around 5 young elephants her age she plays with. The moms cluster around indulgently and protectively and let them be kids. There is a group of around 15-20 elephants altogether living in a family. Her mom and grandma and 2 aunts are part of the large group. She felt no fear, she was funloving, she had lots of energy. She was a leader–she would start the games with her cousins/other elephant kids in her group. She had no fear. She had no worries. Life was day to day, full of love, simple pleasures of mud, eating, play.

    The first time she was sad, her grandmother died. She was maybe five at the time. Everyone cried. She didn’t really understand but the way others were sad made her sad. She has since seen death and knows the spirit leaves the body but at that time, she just couldn’t understand the leaving part. But she could feel the elephants being sad. She could feel the earth being sad. Even the other beasts were sad. Something had changed, something had been lost. She says the elephants are sensitive to one another. Sometimes she feels Tina’s aches and pains and vice versa–but they mainly pick up each others’ moods.

  6. Debbie Calderon says:

    Playful, energetic but a bit shy. I see her behind her mother. I see her enjoying her mother’s company & I see her with another sibling. This sibling looks bigger then her. A seet, kind nature to her really but still enjoying some adventure with her friends near her side.

  7. daniellemackinnon says:

    So, the answer to this question depends on what your intention was when you asked it. Animals don’t just listen to the words that we say when we speak with them, they also heed our intention. So, those of you who thought young elephant meant “when just born” received one type of answer while those of you who thought young elephant meant teen age years received another answer… no answer is right or wrong.

    I do caution you all to look at the information you are receiving though to ensure that it is all Jewel. Animals typically get information through in short spurts so it tends to be that the longer the answer, the less likely what you are receiving is totally “right on.” Just something to watch-it’s also entirely possible for an animal to tell a whole, big-long story – it just doesn’t happen as often. Beautiful work guys!