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  • Our dog believes she has the power to bring us back home by simply concentrating on getting the garage door to open automatically. Why does she think this? That’s simple. She’s seen it happen many times.

    Say we leave her alone while we run an errand and it takes longer than she thinks it should. She starts focusing her psychic energy on getting that damn automatic garage door to open.

    It takes serious concentration to make this happen. Sometimes it takes a long time and sometimes it happens pretty quickly. However, if she keeps focusing her shaman-like will power on getting that door to open, once it starts going up, a few seconds later, one of our cars appears in the driveway. Before you know it, we’re coming in to pat her stomach and chirping about what a good girl she really is!

    The first few times it happened, she thought it was just one of those random coincidences. (Like when you’re thinking about your brother and he calls you on the phone.) However, time after time, each time she puts her mind to it and gets that garage door to open, one of our cars shows up – like clockwork.

    The telekinetic power of dogs has been heretofore ignored by the scientific community. However, dogs don’t really care one way or another. How many scientists have the power to bring someone back home and then get a peanut butter treat for no other reason than being unconditionally loved? Not many.



    Photo by Sandy Earle/Years of Souvenirs - Used with Permission
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