Did you know that communicating with animals is more common — and easily doable — than most people think?
Well, it is, and that’s why I decided that today’s post would be a storytime about animal talk. These are a wonderful series of true epiphany stories when my students realized that they really are able to communicate with animals.
“The first time I remember receiving a message from an animal was a couple of years ago when my mare, Willow, injured one of her legs. I wasn’t expecting a response. I just was talking to her as I always did…
Are you trying to heal from traumatic wounds, or, “trauma drama”?
Do you feel stuck in the past, reliving old traumatic episodes? Are you suffering from post traumatic shock syndrome, unable to move forward with your life?
You may now know this, but pets can also suffer from trauma, just like humans. And, they can also feel and react to your trauma, suffering along with you…
….but often they are not be able to express it in a way you understand so you can both heal, evolve and grow.
So now you are considering your choices for a name for a kitten…
Despite their reputation as aloof and independent, cats will learn their names and respond to them if they feel right to your kitty. But don’t expect them to be as enthusiastic about it as a dog might be.
It’s true that cats are very independent creatures that don’t require the same training as your golden retriever or basset hound, but they are still sentient beings that form a unique bond with their person and family.
Giving them a good name, and then teaching them to respond to…
Normally I can safely and happily put my fingers in my horse’s mouth or dog’s but I prize my healthy intact fingers too much to attempt sticking them in a cat’s mouth.
If you happily brush your dog’s or cat’s mouth regularly, congratulations! You’re awesome and your companion’s health is better for it! However, if you’re like many of us, focusing on teeth cleaning isn’t the priority it should be.
While it’s true that cats will often gobble down things that we consider junk food, it doesn’t mean you should feed them scraps or bargain food. Feeding a good cat diet is important for your feline friend’s health and well-being.
Often cheaper cat food has ingredients in it that are unsafe, full of toxic preservatives, humectants, and flavoring agents to entice cat to eat it.
You might be saving money in the short term, but you’ll be setting yourself up for hefty vet bills in the long run, and also creating serious pain and discomfort for your furry companion.
How do you react when your pet goes missing?
I can tell you how I reacted.
At first, I was heartbroken and worried. He was a member of my family — our furbaby. His presence added joy, love and richness to our lives. The thought of never seeing him again overwhelmed me with sadness. What if he was hurt or injured, lying in a ditch somewhere? Shudder…
But when I refocused, and tapped into my abilities as a pet communicator, aka animal whisperer. …
Have you considered the possibility that animals are part of your soul group?
If you’re just beginning your journey towards understanding reincarnation — and the karma and soul contracts you’ve made along the way — it might be hard to understand at first.
Our Heart Wisdom Masterclasses delve deeply into the philosophy with practical steps and techniques. I encourage you to explore them. But for now, let’s examine the basics.
This deeper understanding will enrich your life, and also help you and your pet with the transition from one life — the one they share with you in the present…
Did you know you can communicate with animals through a picture of them…?
It’s true… if you take the time to fine tune your intuitive animal communication skills.
If you’ve taken any of The Heart School of Animal Communication classes, you’ll know how to use these techniques already, but if not, then here are five simple steps you can take to build your intuitive skills.
First, you’ll need a quiet space free from distractions. Using a still mind focus, meditation practice helps create the appropriate inner peace and calm around and within you.
Animal behavior problems can be frustrating.
Beyond the embarrassment of having a dog that jumps on every guest at the door, or a cat that uses your living room carpet as a litter box when you have the neighbors over for dinner, bad pet behavior can cause serious harm.
A dog that obsessively chews shoes or furniture can do damage to its digestive system and teeth. A horse that shies and bolts without warning can run themselves, and their riders, into fencing or traffic, getting hurt in the process