Animal Communication Eases Separation Anxiety

I’ve met many animals with separation anxiety. Sometimes it’s about their people going to work and at other times, it happens when their people go on vacation. How do we know they’re anxious? A very clear expression of anxiety is when you come home to find your stuff...

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Little Pitchers have Big Ears

Have you ever heard the saying, “little pitchers have big ears?” It’s used whenever adults want to discuss something, but there are little people around, so the conversation gets delayed or moved someplace private. It never occurred to me that this saying could also...

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Saving the White Lion

You don’t want to know the truth about the White Lion, but you must. You’re strong, you’ve got a lion’s heart, and you’re ready to hear it. Picture this: tourists seated in an enclosure and cuddling white lion cubs. Sounds like fun, right? Sure, the tourists pay big...

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Energy Healing for Pets with Cancer

In my interview of Suzanne Clegg from Spiritgate.com, I discovered how she uses the Octave Resonance Healing Approach™ to help pets with cancer. Here are the highlights, but please listen to the whole interview. In it, you’ll hear some great thoughts on what it takes...

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5 Ways to Recover from Grief

Are you recovering from grief after the loss of one of your animals? Do you find your day-to-day life hijacked as grief unexpectedly engulfs you? Maybe you been through this before, but it never gets easy! Here are a few ideas for recovery. 1 – Admit it! Their loss...

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A Visionary Sense of Healing

I maintain a visionary sense of healing when I do energy healing for animals. It's pretty much a part of most animal communication sessions. Just so you know, I’m not a medical practitioner. But I’ve learned several energy healing processes and techniques. I use these...

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Asking forgiveness from our animals

Needing forgiveness from our animals assumes we have done something wrong, doesn’t it? Right and wrong, it’s a moral concept. But that’s a vulnerable spot to be in. Do animals have the right to some level of acceptable behavior from humans? I don’t see much asking...

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Dog friendly dog training

I’m not a dog trainer so I’m not writing about dog training from a trainer’s perspective – I’m just a dog friendly advocate. This is a follow-up to last week’s blog, From Animal Master to Animal Mentor. Dr. Dunbar's TED talk This TED talk aligns so strongly with my...

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From Animal Master to Animal Mentor

You've heard the concept of animal master, I'm sure. I’ve watched or read so-called experts proclaim that with our animals we needed to be the boss, in charge, the dictator, and the dominant personality. We needed to keep our animals in line. And if it took harsh...

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