“This gives me such hope and thrill” A client wrote that after a session with her horse. One of the greatest joys of my job as an animal communicator is hearing of the changes that take place after a session. An animal that is withdrawn and skittish becomes confident and happy; an animal acting out…
In order to understand cats a little better I asked a random group of cats: What questions do you have for people? What have you been wondering about us or the world? Here are their responses, in the cats’ own words.
In recognition of Adopt a Senior Pet Month (November) I talked with three senior animals to learn some of their thoughts on aging: a lesson horse in her late twenties; a cat who’s lived with her family since she was a kitten; and a dog adopted into a new home a few years ago. They all agree being a senior has its advantages. Horse’s favorite thing about it is
Yes, all the time. Animals seem to sense who can hear them telepathically and they initiate conversations. Sometimes I’m interested to talk with them too but the timing isn’t right. I remember going to check out a boarding stable years ago. The owner was walking a group of us potential boarders around the property, giving…
As we prepare to honor moms this Mother’s Day, I chatted with some animals about the day. I asked them all, “If you could get your human mom any gift at all for Mother’s Day, what would it be and why?”
It’s usually fairly straightforward. When I’m talking telepathically with an animal I receive mainly words combined with photographs or short videos. It’s similar to watching a brief movie trailer. Here’s a typical example.
People sometimes wonder how the animals respond to being contacted by me for their session. Most animals are comfortable using telepathy for communication so it’s no big deal to them. It’s no different than us receiving a phone call. But I’ll never forget the reaction of one horse named Dan.