The cow is tired, she’s a bit physically exhausted, she needs to regain her strength. She has recently given birth to a calf (I think the day before).
Mentally, the cow is very outward-looking, her attention is very much focused on her surroundings, she is very alert to what is happening around her. She is often mentally active, she thinks a lot about many things. She thinks about the other cows, the grass, the plants in the meadow, the cows who are no longer there, she feels sad about that. Some cows suddenly disappear and then she never sees them again. She often thinks about life, why life is the way it is, why she has the kind of life she has, what is the purpose of life.
She is a loving cow, she cares about others. She has a positive attitude towards the other cows. She is helpful, she gives advice to other cows by way of telepathic communication through the forehead (for more on the way she communicates with other cows, see further, in the last paragraph), she wants to comfort other cows and offer them moral support when they are having a rough time. She can forgive and forget, she can adapt, she can easily reconcile.
She loves the other cows, but she’s somewhat distrustful towards people. In her experience, people are unfriendly to her and sometimes treat her roughly. The farmer is an unloving person and she’s a little afraid of him. When the cows are herded to the stable, they are nervous and fearful. It goes fairly well for herself, but she notices the fear and the nervousness of the other cows. She goes along willingly and the farmer leaves her be. The farmer shouts at the cows, and he sometimes hits them with a stick on their body when they don’t go in the right direction, or when they are not fast enough to do want he wants them to do. The farmer’s wife is not so rough, she is also hard-hearted towards the cows, but she doesn’t treat them so rough as the farmer does. The cow intuitively senses that the farmer’s wife doesn’t feel love for the cows and she can also tell from her behaviour. There is one person who sometimes comes to the farm and who terrifies her (that would be the veterinary surgeon, I suppose). She’s always happy when he doesn’t come to her when he’s around. He once hurt her a lot at the back of her body, inside, and she has been terrified of him ever since.
There are other animals on the farm, and her feelings towards them are neutral, neither positive nor negative. There are cats, there is a horse in the distance. There is a dog who is sometimes around her, but she is unable to communicate with him. But she intuitively senses that the dog doesn’t mean her any harm.
She feels much love for her calf. And she wants to take good care of it and give it moral support. But she knows that the calf will soon be taken away from her (in a few days’ time, up to a week) and it causes her much distress. She wants to give it much love in the time it will be with her. She still grieves for the calves who have been taken away from her before. She knows that the calves of the other cows are also taken away. And she doesn’t understand why that happens.
The first time her calf was taken away, she felt an unbearable grief, because she knew that she would never see the calf again. She was devastated and felt sick about it for days. The feeling of dreadfulness was unbearable. Meanwhile, the intense pain has eased off, but the grief remains, it’s never completely absent, she carries it with her all the time.
Yet, she’s happy with her new calf, even though she knows that it will be taken away from her. She thinks that her calf will lead its life somewhere else.
The calf: it is confused, it’s about a day old (I think). It doesn’t understand what has happened and it doesn’t really realize where it is, it doesn’t understand the environment in which it finds itself. The surroundings are something strange to him. The temperature is different too, he will have to get used to it. The environment is much colder now than the warmth he knew before. He already manages to stand quite well, although he still feels a little uncomfortable on his legs. He doesn’t quite understand what is going on in his life, but he does know that the big animal next to him offers him love and protection, and that he is safe with her. And he feels her love for him. He perceives this in a psychic way. Love is an element that is present in the subconscious mind in the form of some kind of energy (the subconscious mind is situated around humans and animals), and when the cow feels love, this energy is present around the cow and the calf can sense this energy around the cow.
He also notices that the cow treats him with love because she gently pushes her head against him and she licks him, and he can drink with her, and therefore he knows he’s safe with her. He instinctively knows he can drink with her. Instinct originates from the subconscious mind. But the feeling of love produced by the cow is perceived by him in a psychic way. There’s an element in his subconscious mind that has the form of some kind of energy (different from his mother’s love), that allows him to perceive his mother’s love for him. I don’t sense that this calf can communicate telepathically through the forehead, as I can sense with the mother (see further).
The mother cow: she is very intelligent. She sees through things, she can analyze a situation, she can draw connections, she can make conclusions, she has an extraordinary sense of spatial awareness. (additional comment see *2 at the bottom of the page).
If this soul were to incarnate in a human instead of a cow, she would be a very intelligent person, someone who has a talent for constructing buildings and bridges and the like, she could be an engineer, she has a great technical talent. She would also be a good doctor, nurse or social worker, because she can sympathize with others and feel compassion for them, she can empathize with others, and she can very well understand what things are like for the other person.
She has an extraordinary sense of spatial awareness. If she were an engineer, she would be able to visualize a bridge or a building or whatever construction before it was built, and she would be able to see the finished product in her mind’s eye.
When she thinks about something (everyday things in her life), then she visualizes the various elements of the situation in her mind. She puts the different elements next to one another in front of her head, half a metre above her head and at a distance of thirty centimetres from her head. So, these elements are in front of her, lined up next to one another, and she uses the various elements to reason and to come to a conclusion. For example, when she wants to think about her life and all the elements involved (the farmer, the stables, the fields, the other cows, the feed, the milking, the contact with the other cows in the stables, her feelings towards each of the cows, the people or a situation (like love, fear, disgust), the weather (warm or cold), …), then she visualizes all these elements, 50 cm above her and 30 cm in front of her. The whole picture with all its elements is in front of her and she can look at the individual elements and reason with the whole picture that she has built. And this brings her to a conclusion or a solution. If she were a human, for example an engineer or a doctor, then she would similarly put the various elements of a situation in front of her, arrange and rearrange them, look at them and reason upon them, and in this way come to a conclusion.
Observing the environment is her favourite pastime, and also thinking about everything and everyone, and drawing conclusions, and predicting things: how something will work out, how it will develop. She foresees things, for example, how long the veterinary surgeon will stay inside the farmer’s house, how long it will take before he reemerges, how many cows will disappear in time, how many cows will be brought to another field, how many cows will stay in her meadow. (additional comment see *1 at the bottom of the page).
The cow intuitively knows that she’d better not resist if she wants to be treated well. In my view, intuition is the result of a positive element in the subconscious mind, which has the (physical) form of an energy. Because of this energy, it is possible for someone to sense things that are present in another person’s subconscious mind. That’s how the cow can sense the intentions of other cows and of people.
I don’t sense that this cow has psychic abilities, but she’s very intuitive. When there are people or animals around her, she intuitively senses their intentions.
Other elements in her life. The process of being milked is a routine in her life. also going to the field and back to the stables. Once she has arrived in the field, she briefly chats a little with the other cows and then she starts to graze and then she looks for the plants she likes the best and then she ruminates. During rumination, she puts her mind on hold, she’s not very aware of things, she’s almost in a trance or like slightly sedated, with part of her mind still alert to the environment, but in the background.
She doesn’t like being milked very much, but it’s something that needs to be done. Very vaguely, in the background, she is aware that there’s something wrong about it, the fact that she has to be milked by a human all the time. But with conscious reasoning, she knows that it must be done. She needs to be milked, and she thinks that she needs the farmer to do this for her, that’s just the way it is, and therefore she willingly endures her fate, she offers no resistance to the farmer. (In nature a cow only produces milk when she has a calf, and then the production stops. When there is forced breeding of cows for the production of milk, the cow has to produce a calf again and again, for there to be milk.)
Chatting with the other cows happens as follows. A signal goes out from the cow’s brain. This signal goes out through her forehead, 5 cm above the eyes. There is a thought or an emotion in this signal, which she can transmit to another cow by way of this signal. A message from another cow enters her forehead in the same spot. She can send a message to a cow nearby, but also to a cow on the other side of the field. The cows have to have their heads directed towards each other in order to communicate in this way, or the signal that goes out from a cow at least has to reach the side of the head of another cow.
Some explanation about the subconscious mind and the cause of personality and life.
There is an element in the cow’s subconscious mind that causes her, as a soul, to incarnate as a cow. I call these negative elements ‘patterns’. There are also positive elements, which I call ‘energies’. The patterns dictate life in a negative way, the energies are responsible for the positive things in life. For a better understanding of the following, please read my book.
The pattern that causes her to incarnate as a cow has the following contents: an image of a grazing animal (that walks) on a planet, the kind of animal is programmed in the pattern. Furthermore, the pattern tells that this animal has no freedom, that it is controlled by another creature (an image of a two-footed creature is programmed in the pattern) who takes away her freedom to live the life she would like to live, who determines her life for her, who uses her, abuses her and who imposes his will on her. Furthermore, the pattern dictates that she is unable to defend herself, that she has to undergo the situation unwillingly. Furthermore, the pattern tells that she will be beaten on her neck and body with sticks when she’s not cooperative. When she’s cooperative, she will be treated fairly well. The pattern furthermore dictates that she resigns to her fate. The pattern furthermore tells that she is used for the consumption of milk, that she is not treated with love, and that, when she no longer serves any purpose, she will be killed, once again, for consumption. End of this pattern.
According to my views, intelligence is linked to the incarnated soul and not to the brain. It’s the thinking consciousness that is intelligent and not the lifeless matter that is the brain. Intelligence doesn’t originate from the brain or the genes, but from elements in the subconscious mind (positive elements in the form of energy). For more information about this, please read my book.