Over the winter holidays, I was asked by a woman to communicate with her mother’s dog about her Mom’s condition. Mom was in hospice and her dog was with the sister’s family.
When I first connected to her dog, he had two questions:
1. Is my mom in pain? I know she’s sick.
2. What’s going to happen to me?
I was astounded that her dog was concerned about Mom’s pain. He showed a genuine and deep compassion for Mom that I had not anticipated.
During our session with the dog and the daughter to discuss whatever was needed for closure, an unexpected visitor came forward – Mom! This was in an energetic sense, of course – I’m in Virginia and the family is on the West Coast. I was able to facilitate a three-way discussion.
Regarding Mom’s pain, I shared what Mom told me – that she was a bit uncomfortable, but was handling it OK. That was a relief to her family.
And the discussion about what was going to happen to Mom’s dog was heartwarming – listen to my video to hear the details! During our session, Mom, her daughter and the dog said goodbye and shared their love for each other. As I like to say, it was a “good ending.”
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Do you know anyone who would like to say goodbye to their pet? Please share!