A Boy & a Puppy & One of the Sweetest Things You’ve Ever Seen. {Video} ~ Ben Ralston

Via Ben Ralston
on Feb 2, 2013
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If this doesn’t melt your heart…

nothing will.

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JA8VJh0UJtg]

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About Ben Ralston

Ben Ralston is a therapist, healer, advanced Sivananda Yoga teacher, and writer. His writings have been read by millions of people and can be found on Elephant Journal, Rebelle Society, and various other portals online. He has been teaching Yoga for 16 years in hotels, ashrams, beaches, gyms and rooftops worldwide. And he runs a busy international therapeutic practice from his home in rural Croatia. Offering sessions in person or via Skype, his therapeutic work is based on healing trauma, and the tools he uses for this are varied – mainly RPT, Shamanism, and energy work. He has also developed some of his own methods, particularly in the area of abuse trauma; ‘resource state’ awareness; and boundary reconstruction. He regularly runs retreats combining Yoga and other energetic exercises with his therapy. He would love nothing more than to see you on one of these retreats, since he believes that this approach to personal development is really the only effective way of bringing love and peace to global human society. Connect with Ben on Facebook. Read more of his writing on his new website with integrated blog! Yes, he's excited about that :)


7 Responses to “A Boy & a Puppy & One of the Sweetest Things You’ve Ever Seen. {Video} ~ Ben Ralston”

  1. Natalie Baginski says:

    what a wonderful way to start my morning, thank you!

  2. Ben_Ralston says:

    Rather lovely huh?!

  3. Debbie says:

    So very touching! Thanks for sharing this – It's being sent to everyone I know 🙂

  4. Ben_Ralston says:

    Incredibly touching isn't it?
    Thank you so much for sharing.

  5. Linda V. Lewis says:

    Aw…wordlessly beautiful, powerful doggie compassion-affection!

  6. Adrianna says:

    Very nice! My dog does the shoulder tap when he thinks other dogs need to "calm down".. if they're barking, etc. Maybe he wanted the boy to stay put 🙂

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