Part 3 ~ The Spider Overcoming fear of The Spider

Part 3 Kincardine

Here we are in Kincardine, my first shower in our new home. I turn the water on, get it to the right temperature and their dangling in the corner is a spider and he is headed down. I look at him and say, “what are you doing? I’ve got the hot water on you have to climb up, not down your going to die.” He completely ignores me. I’m thinking to myself is he a baby doesn’t he know about water, so I say to him again, “what are you doing?” louder than before.


I see his line quiver and he turns and says completely shocked “Are you talking to me?” And I say, “who the heck else am I talking to, there is only you and me in here and your dangling down into a hot shower and you are about to die.” I heard his thought, “that can’t be true, one of the humans talking to me” and he continued down his line.


I was totally shocked a spider that didn’t talk back to me, we could understand each other but he thought he was hallucinating because he’d never spoken to a human before, or rather a human had never spoken to him before, I think.


The next morning I found him down in the bathtub as I got my hot shower going I scooped him up with a paper towel and put him out of the tub. He continued to totally ignore me.


We are living pretty far away from the GTA or any major city, farther away than I’ve ever lived from a big city. It is different up here, the animals are different, they have their own time and agenda and they are respected for who they are.


I have found that when I talk to them they don’t respond at first, I know they can hear and understand me but it’s a bit like I have to prove myself first. And if they like me then they will acknowledge me and or talk back.


We are getting to understand each other better, but I will say the spiders here aren’t used to talking to humans or being talked to by humans. I rarely see them, they really do stay out of my way these days and when I do see one he or she completely ignores me and rushes off in the other direction. I know they can hear me. At the moment, they’d just rather do there own thing and let me do mine. How odd.


All Our Love

Christine and The Animals


Balancing Your Body Chemistry

Balancing Body Chemistry

When the body is functioning and is well and healthy the body chemistry’s are all aligned.


There is a liquid that runs through our bodies, or you could say our bodies are primarily liquid inside. When the body is well and healthy that liquid is clear and you can see all of the different functioning within the body. That is, the body inside becomes primarily transparent.


If the body is unwell or if you are not feeling well then the liquid within the body becomes cloudy and not so transparent. Depending on the level of un-wellness is the transparency of the liquid.


To much sugar in the system is something that will make the body cloudy. The source of unnatural sugars in the body of the Northwestern people are primarily refined sugar, packaged foods, carbohydrates and grains as well as processed and fast food.


What happens is the sugar starts to build up in the system and the body is not able to process it properly, it essentially gums up or clogs the cilia within the intestinal tract so that food of all kinds going through the body cannot process properly.


The excess sugar in the body and toxins/ or waste matter that is floating about in the body causes the liquid to become cloudy.


Eventually when there is a build up of sugars in the system and they continue to be consumed the cloudy liquid begins to thicken.


Now when the liquid is cloudy the physical body or person starts to feel tired and sluggish, but once the build up in the body of these sugars becomes so great the organs and body insides begin to have a problem functioning.


As you can imagine a machine that normally works beautifully in crystal clear water and fluid. Then someone pores into it a thick pasty substance the mechanisms of the machine are no longer working so well.


As more of this processed sugar finds it’s way into the body, joints and points of finite workings, meaning where things work very finely in the body, the body parts begin to seize and stop moving or functioning so well.


The body can be cleared of this liquid, the joints and clogged organs can be cleared as well. One must substitute the eating of the sweets/sugar/carbohydrates and grains/processed or fast food with natural fruits and vegetables and lean un-fried or lightly fried, ie very little fat added to the frying process. And the primary drink should be water.


Water is the natural God/Universe/Creator given elixir of the Earth that cleans out the physical body. But one must also change the diet as mentioned above to clear the system and prevent the build up.



Divide Your Plate Into Four Quarters

If one requires grains to function they must be whole grains ie with the chaff and unbleached. They should not be consumed at every meal and should be maximum a quarter of the plate.


Imagine a whole plate, now divide that plate into four quarters. One quarter is a healthy lean protein, one quarter is a whole grain and the other half of the plate is made up of vegetable or vegetable and fruit.

All our Love Christine and The Animals


Spider Overcoming My Fear – Part 2

Spider Overcoming Fear – Part 2


I didn’t really give the spider that much thought for quite a few years. I didn’t kill them any more, I would scoop them up on a piece of paper or paper towel when I encountered them and take them outside.

And I started championing them, that is, when people freaked out when they saw a spider and went for their shoe I would stop them, scoop them up and take them outside or create a diversion so that the spider could get away.


Then I bought my first house 407 Craven Rd. in Toronto, just a couple of blocks from the beach, the Animals loved it. I remember very clearly bringing in my plastic pink Adirondack chair from the patio and there was quite a big spider hanging off of it. He startled me but I heard him very clearly in my head or rather another way to understand that was I had a very clear thought in my head. Fall is here and winter is coming, us spiders come inside in the winter or we will die. You won’t see us we stay up and hidden in the day and only come out at night a little when we need to when you are sleeping.


I thought about that and said okay I want you and your friends and family to come in and be safe for the winter but I mean it no dangling or walking on me. Just like you said you stay hidden in the day and can come out at night but if I am up late working then you have to climb back up. And so I came to an understanding with the spider. He explained his dilemma to me and I explained my problem to him and, we came to a resolution, win win.


We then moved to Oshawa. And there were a lot of spiders in Oshawa but by that point I was okay with that. When I moved in I told them my rules, which they were of course fine with. And once in a while I’d see a spider who I would say hello to or ask what he/she was doing and every once in a while I would let them know I was going to clean corners or a cobweb or I had to clean up a web that had been built in the wrong place, and we lived in harmony.


The spiders don’t really want to have anything to do with humans, after all they are nocturnal, they live very differently from us and really humans when they encounter other species they tend to try and control them or wipe them. Although I lived in harmony with the spiders I didn’t really engage on a regular basis with them. We certainly never played together until.


We were moving, me and my Animal Family were leaving Oshawa, everything, practically everything was packed. I woke up a couple of days before moving day and there is a very big spider looking at me from my sink. He looks right at me and shoots me a thought I can’t get out, could you please help me it’s too slippery. Wow he was a biggy, I could see his eyes pleading with me as well as hear the thought he had sent me in my head, I remember thinking it was kind of funny that he couldn’t get out, he looked extremely capable. But I took a dishcloth that was quite thick and dry and laid it along the floor and wall of the sink so that he could get some traction and scamper up it, and get out which is exactly what he did.


“Thank you” came the thought. Then I didn’t think about it any more, a lot to do moving day is almost upon us. The next morning I got up and who do I encounter in the sink but Spider again, there he is again looking straight at me. And I immediately hear/ have the though in my head, could you please get me out I can’t get out of here.


As I was thinking wait a minute, I think this spider is playing with me I was reaching for the thick dishcloth. He scampered out of the sink on the dishcloth that I laid out and I heard the thought thank you. And I said to him you weren’t really stuck, you were just playing with me and he was laughing and saying that is true. It was his way of showing his love and respect for the time we had shared together me and my family and him and his family and friends. It made me cry a little, it still makes me cry when I think about it.


Thank you Spider for that wonderful playful Goodbye.

All Our Love

Christine and The Animals