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Letting Your Emotions Out is a Healthy Experience

This past weekend I took a trip from my home that is in Las Vegas, NV to go and visit my best friend for over 6 years who lives over 4 hours away in Sedona, AZ.  This town is a truly magical place and I would encourage everyone to take a trip there at some point in their lives.  It will truly have an awe inspiring effect on you.  This trip occurred on Oct. 29 and 30 of 2016, or essentially Halloween weekend.

While there after attending on of her Zen Buddhist experiences we went to a coffee shop called Pump House.  It is a lovely restaurant that has a back deck and grass yard overlooking a small stream.  The trees that surround the yard are all twisted in a counter clockwise direction going up into the sky.  One could propose that one of the many vortexes that make up Sedona was actually in the middle of this yard.

We went there to enjoy a cup of coffee for her and black tea for me.  We decided to go and sit in the middle of the yard among the trees.  A few minutes into our conversation I felt this overpowering and emotional experience.  I felt immensely loved.  This was the most overwhelming experience I could say in my entire life.  Immediately in my mind’s eye I saw Kitty.  She was my little doggy that I adopted back in January 2010 from a friend of mine and actually had to put her to sleep in April this year.  Yet there she was.  She looked and acted as she was still just a young happy little pup.

20140110_083338She came up to me while I was sitting in the grass and put her front lets onto my left side hip trying to raise up to lick/kiss me.  I felt so much love coming from that little spot to my left. She was just looking at me.  I could feel so much love coming from there.

I started to tune out what my friend Necole was saying.  Kitty then just curled up to sleep in the grass beside me.  I began to feel so overwhelmed with emotion that I started to uncontrollably cry.  Here was my little girl, by my side again.  She always was by my side when we were together.

My friend Necole, who was with me, saw my emotional state change and reached out to hug me.  What seemed to be at least 10 minutes went by as I sobbed like crazy.  Then Kitty stood up and walked toward the trees in front of me.  A two story tall blue and white light suddenly appeared between the tree and large vase.  She looked back at me, in my mind’s eye, and I could have sworn she smiled with so much love in her eyes.  She then walked into the shimmering blue and white light and disappeared.  An instant later the light closed in on itself and with a light pop and it was gone.

It has been slightly more than 6 months since I gave the nod to the doctor to have her put to sleep.  I feel now she has finally gone to heaven.  She has entered into the light.

I will always love you, Kitty.  You were the light of my life every time I came home.  May you now be in heaven where you can forever be young.

This experience for me was incredible.  What a sense of release.  I will always love this little girl.  And I know she loved me too.

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Kevin A Dunlap has been self-employed since 1999. He is an author, speaker, and entrepreneur coach helping women and men make the transition from job to entrepreneur. He also helps them scale their businesses to the next level.

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