Last year, feeling lonely, I bought a little pug that has brought great joy to my life, but also a huge question.
She is mostly a happy wee thing, but every evening, around 9 o’clock, she gets up and starts barking outside the room where my dear husband died, over 20 years ago. When I go into the room, there is no one there. What is she trying to tell me?
I am glad that your little dog has brought so much joy into your life. I wonder if she is perhaps picking up on your memories. Sometimes when upsetting things happen, we have an initial period of grieving and much later, even though we are not conscious of thinking of the event our body or spirit remembers that at a certain time of the day, night, or year something happened.
I believe this triggers a response. I used to experience a deep depression on the anniversary of an upsetting event and for some time I had no idea why I had felt this way. It took me some time to figure it out and I refer to it as historical memory. A subliminal memory of something that happened. If this is happening to you, there is a possibility that this is what your little dog is sensing.
Your little dog could also be sensing your husband’s presence and drawing your attention to this. I would play some loud music in the room for about a half hour then afterwards I light some incense and spiral it around the room to clear the energy.