23 min

Once a Lonely Peacock and the Goose Who Flies Without Wings Sanctuary Stories That Save Us

    • Pets & Animals

Animals have emotions just like humans, however they tend to interpret them better than us. In this episode, I tell the story of Maja the Fabu who once lived on a magical sanctuary where he had many friends, but none that were like him. Maja learned from Mother Superior that love will live on forever, and that lesson he remembered his whole life. Next, I tell the story of Lucy the Goose who lived with the wild geese year-round, until one day she injured her wings and was no longer able to fly. She was taken in by humans who she grew to trust and love, and eventually accepted that she could no longer fly with her flock.  
 
“This is probably the most important lesson that I’ve learned over and over and over again, that is, the power in Love.”  - Indra Lahiri 
 
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In This Episode: 
 
- The key to releasing the magic in the world
 
- How even though you may have friends, you can still be lonely if no one relates to you
 
- The power of Love and why you should love all things
 
- How believing can lead to achieving and why this will help you accomplish your goals
 
- Understanding the emotions in animals and how they are very similar to humans
 
Resources:
 
- Once a Lonely Peacock Blog - https://indralokaanimalsanctuary.wordpress.com/2015/06/23/789/
 
- The Goose that Flies without Wings - https://indralokaanimalsanctuary.wordpress.com/2012/12/29/the-goose-that-flies-without-wings/
 
Connect with Indra:
 
- Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/Indralokaanimalsanctuary/
 
- Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/IndralokaAS
 
- Twitter - https://twitter.com/IndralokaAS
 
- Website - https://indraloka.org/

Animals have emotions just like humans, however they tend to interpret them better than us. In this episode, I tell the story of Maja the Fabu who once lived on a magical sanctuary where he had many friends, but none that were like him. Maja learned from Mother Superior that love will live on forever, and that lesson he remembered his whole life. Next, I tell the story of Lucy the Goose who lived with the wild geese year-round, until one day she injured her wings and was no longer able to fly. She was taken in by humans who she grew to trust and love, and eventually accepted that she could no longer fly with her flock.  
 
“This is probably the most important lesson that I’ve learned over and over and over again, that is, the power in Love.”  - Indra Lahiri 
 
Subscribe to the podcast on:
Apple Podcast
Spotify
Google Play
Stitcher
 
In This Episode: 
 
- The key to releasing the magic in the world
 
- How even though you may have friends, you can still be lonely if no one relates to you
 
- The power of Love and why you should love all things
 
- How believing can lead to achieving and why this will help you accomplish your goals
 
- Understanding the emotions in animals and how they are very similar to humans
 
Resources:
 
- Once a Lonely Peacock Blog - https://indralokaanimalsanctuary.wordpress.com/2015/06/23/789/
 
- The Goose that Flies without Wings - https://indralokaanimalsanctuary.wordpress.com/2012/12/29/the-goose-that-flies-without-wings/
 
Connect with Indra:
 
- Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/Indralokaanimalsanctuary/
 
- Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/IndralokaAS
 
- Twitter - https://twitter.com/IndralokaAS
 
- Website - https://indraloka.org/

23 min