Giant Pandas, would you like to hear about Pandas? Yes, you do; where do I start with these unique, adorable-looking animals of incredible beauty and magnificence.
Giant Pandas have silent feet. Pandas quietly walk, and all is hush in their world.
Pandas once roamed over large areas of Asia. Because of deforestation and farming have also meant that the Pandas have shifted higher up the mountains, naturally pruning as they travel, each Panda being on their mission of assisting the planet. The bamboo forest has a natural quietness due to the denseness of the bamboo, and with the forests being high up, it feels like it is on top of the world.
Much danger looms for the Pandas; the threat to their lives and having to adapt to changes. Unfortunately, Panda Bears are not adaptable and struggle to survive on anything other than their diet of bamboo shoots, stems and leaves; though they can consume different food, they do not thrive on other food as they do on bamboo. The Pandas’ great mountainous areas are being invaded, and their bamboo forests are cut down. It is challenging for them to be here. Also, their numbers have alarmingly dwindled.
Many Pandas are reared in Panda sanctuaries; without these sanctuaries, the Pandas would have become extinguished as a species. Do reflect on this as that alone is a special message to you humans that you must be custodians for the Pandas in sanctuaries because of the destruction you have caused to their natural environment.
Pandas are designed to travel great distances, to graze on bamboo, and as they walk through the mountains, they eat as they go. Therefore, the Pandas selectively prune as they only eat enough from one area. And Pandas will travel great distances to fulfil their food needs; this way, they ensure that they are naturally pruning the forest while travelling.
Pandas have been given the extraordinary job of eating. Also, Pandas carry great joy happiness, which they spread. Happiness is energy, and like all energy, this will travel.
The Pandas who are roaming free because of their natural knowledge of what to take from each area are balancing the energy of the mountains, like a tree arborist who knows how to prune a tree correctly. If Pandas removed too much bamboo vegetation from one area, then landslides could occur, or the soil and lower rock coverage would not be as stable as they should be. Therefore, they, in their wisdom, are very selective. Pandas travel great distances; rather than clearing all vegetation in one area, they are snacking here, snacking there and recognising that if an area is too heavy in flora, they might remove a little more in this area so that the landscape is held in more balance.
I will touch on what I shared because it is important to repeat, but I will use different words: Panda Bears are aligned with the earth plates, but many animals are. However, when freely roaming when Pandas sense the earth plates are shifting, they have the natural ability to give support to the earth, so that hopefully, there will be fewer disasters of landslides and quakes. Pandas can also sense the instability of the soil. And if the soil’s stability can be helped in any way by Pandas pruning an area, they will happily prune away, trying to help ease the tension and balance the energy of the mountains. Pandas are selective; they only eat enough; they never gorge themselves on just one area unless this area needs to be ecologically cleared.
The earth plates are continually shifting; remember, I advised Mother Earth is a living being. So, therefore the Pandas are assisting the planet in having fewer natural disasters, and it must be noted that if one earth plate shifts severely, this will cause another earth plate to move elsewhere. The earth plates that Pandas preside over are almost like a locking mechanism for the rest of the planet’s earth plates. So yes, do view Pandas as beautiful, but also realise that they have an essential role in protecting the world with fewer disasters if they can.
However, humans’ interference in stripping away the bamboo forests in the mountains is causing more unrest. If the forest is stripped bare or becomes too dense in an area, then the land has more ability to slide away. If there are more disturbances on the outer layers, this will, in turn, affect the inner layers of the earth plates. Therefore, the rumbles above are also experienced on the earth plates below.
Panda’s mission is to prune their mountain ranges and a good one, too, because we need our mountains not to collapse. But man has taken over Panda’s natural habitat, causing their species to become scarcer in the wild because of habitat loss. Attention has been given to the Pandas to ensure their survival by keeping them in sanctuaries. However, due to humans clearing, mining and drilling the mountainous land, this then creates problems that could cause the mountains to slide away.
And, of course, there have always been landslides because of subsoils being stripped from the winds or heavy rainfall or earth tremors or other reasons; but some things that do occur are created from humans’ actions.
The Pandas travel light and silent. The Pandas are sad and full of deep pain, and yes, I did advise that as a species, they love to spread their happiness; the pain they are feeling relates to their natural way of life is slipping away and leaving them, and there won’t be a place anymore for them to roam free.
Pain and happiness are polarities of energy, are they not? If you feel joy, you have to feel pain. Pandas have felt very privileged to have been of service, ensuring happiness flowing and their purpose of assisting the natural ecosystem of stability. All energy experienced on earth is stored: happiness, love, trust, pain and purpose.
Some humans are doing what they can to ensure that the Pandas survive, but the Panda’s role will be more in the prison of zoos or a Panda wildlife sanctuary, which won’t suit a Panda’s radar system of travelling many miles in one day. Panda’s free will is stifled. Pandas need to be free to explore and do what they as a species mass consciously agreed to do – to assist this planet and help support the land, work with the earth plates, and tend to any disturbances they feel they can aid.
We mustn’t lose our mountains as this will cause our earth’s shelves to fold, and much more harm will happen to all. You humans must work towards restoring the Pandas’ habitat of the bamboo forests and ensuring that the Pandas have the will to be here. The will to be here is on the many levels of, emotional, mental, physical, and environmental.
The Pandas have their sacred message of beauty to share.
“We are pure beings of great beauty. The energy that we present is exploring beauty…
Our world, or what we see as our world, has been exploited, but because of our heart energy, our plight is known throughout the world. So many are trying to assist us as a species to prosper.
Through us, there is education, and we are honoured to be teachers to humans and raise humanity through our plights. Hopefully, this will lead to greater awareness of other species’ plights – species of animals, flora, and humans.
Our unique essence is of being teachers. We are ‘Teachers of this World’, but many others who walk with silent footsteps are also teachers. We carry the energy of compassion, great compassion. As a species, we are symbolic of much, and what we will share with you might relate to your journey, or you might sense our energy to be a Power Animal that you feel can enhance you.
We see ourselves as sacred, but then all that is held in trust is sacred, but our energy suggests this, and hence we are kindly treated by the many humans trying to assist us.
Our footsteps are silent, so, therefore, we quietly walk through the Bamboo Forests. We are incredibly selective; consequently, we choose wisely. We are also extremely sensitive, but we have vast reservoirs of strength. Our sensitivity and strength are balanced.
Our colour is black and white, and through our colouring, we are representative of Yin Yang energy, and due to the association of Eastern with Yin Yang and our Eastern ancestry, this is where our roots are.
The Goddess that helps oversees us is Quan Yin.
Quan Yin is the Goddess of Mercy and Compassion, and this is the energy that Quan Yin has gifted to us to carry on her behalf, and we are energetically representative of this.
Quan Yin, Yin Yang, our colour of black and white – we will expand on this…
Quan Yin has experienced masculine gender. Quan Yin assists the planet and was born as a male Avalokiteśvara Bodhisattva who vowed to free all sentient beings from suffering. Because of the despair that Avalokiteśvara felt at his overwhelming task, he shattered into a thousand pieces. And from these pieces, Avalokiteśvara was shaped into a Goddess to help with compassion and mercy. This Goddess was given the name of Quan Yin, ‘She who harkens to the cries of the World.’ And this is how Quan Yin came to be, and she returned to earth to assist.
Yin Yang is balancing energy – that energy forces are complementary. So if one cares to think of masculine & feminine energy and if the balance is complimentary, then Yin Yang is in harmony – this is the energy that Quan Yin holds.
Even though Quan Yin is female, her energy is beautifully balanced because she has experienced Bodhisattva of masculine and Bodhisattva of feminine.
Bodhisattva is an enlightened being who refrains from entering Nirvana in order to serve others. We are the mammal of the Animal Kingdom that represents Quan Yin’s energy; therefore, we carry the colours black and white.
Do have a small quizzical reflection on the statement associated with Quan Yin’s name: ‘She who harkens to the cries of the World’ our energy is aligned with the mountains due to this. Once we lived on lower ground, but because of habitat removal, our natural habitat is now on the peaks of mountains that grace the world. So our energy reaches for the stars, and from this position, ‘we hear the cries of the world’.
We are enlightened beings of the Animal Kingdom – we hold the essence of worship, peace, humanity, and suffering.
We are great teachers who will inspire one to reflect deeply. To find peace within self, to live compassionately and to raise awareness. Our mission relates to humanity. If our attributes are what you are seeking, then Panda can walk alongside you to assist your growth of ascension and the growth of ascension for this planet.
Because of our role in conservation, we are also a useful Power Animal to consider if you have roots in conserving what this planet has and holding what is sacred in trust. We are energy that conservationists can call on to help with various situations. If you are campaigning or working towards the good of maintaining this planet and not destroying this planet, then maybe, we are already energetically walking alongside you by embracing you and supporting your energy so that you can raise awareness further. Therefore, this is why we are depicted as the logo associated with the WWF [World Wide Fund for Nature].
Through our steady work, we are assisting this planet, helping this planet, aiding this planet by caring for the vast bamboo forests – carefully pruning, carefully ensuring that there is fertility for our species for our future. The bamboo forests are extraordinary. The mountains where we naturally roam capture sacred keys that hold the earth plates together – similar to a locking mechanism is one way to think of this – sacred keys are also held in other areas of the planet.
We are reaching the stars because of our natural domain of the mountains. Our natural territory is becoming much smaller because of human invasion. There is work ahead for humanity to ensure more conservation efforts.
We are energetic beings, and energetic beings will influence another – our energy encourages others to become active. If one thinks of conservation, one will also think of Mercy & Compassion, so, therefore, our power is Mercy & Compassion and Yin Yang energy – and if you wish to embody the deep, joyful spirit of Panda, do so because we will walk with you in an entrusted position of sacredness.”