How it is that animals understand things I do not know, but it is certain that they do understand. Perhaps there is a language which is not made of words and everything in the world understands it. Perhaps there is a soul hidden in everything and it can always speak, without even making a sound, to another soul. ― Frances Hodgson Burnett
My Latest Blog
Check out my latest blog – The Gender Gap and Animal Communication.
The Perks of the Job
There are some cases that I look forward to every time because I have gotten very good at them over the years and because the outcomes are almost always positive and dramatic. These include:
• helping with aggressive dogs
• any case involving a horse
• making sure animals are calm and secure when they have to move or when their people are on away for business or a vacation
• finding out what an animal is unhappy about and what the animal wants to be happier
Dog training issues are another case that is almost always rewarding to work on. I usually have people take the coach approach, outlined in detail in my book Ask Your Animal. This approach involves using intuitive training techniques, including talking to the animal as if to a person, and creating mental movies of what you want the animal to do. The assumption in animal communication is that animals receive our messages whether we talk out loud, think the message or send feelings and visualizations.
A recent case was exceptionally gratifying. My client, a woman from the United Kingdom, was training her vision assistance dog to pass the good citizen test. She told me she wanted to prove that she could train as well as any sighted person, so there was more to it than just a test.
Here is a photo of Donna and her dog Alice (on right side, Alice is the yellow lab)
There were three parts of the test that Alice was consistently failing when Donna called me for help. I talked to Alice (remotely using intuitive communication) and had Donna talk with her as well, out loud. And I gave Donna some visualization and breathing exercises to do. Here is what she wrote me about the test.
You should have seen me. I stood there in the kitchen during the relaxed isolation exercise. Poppy the Yorkshire Terrier was in the wee room at the back, Iris was in her crate, and Alice was left where she was in the main room just laid on her Profleece which is like Vetbed but thicker and with a rubber backing. Instead of getting up and going to the door, as she had done previously, she went to sleep. Must have been all that deep breathing!!The stop exercise didn’t go right the first time. And you’re not supposed to get a second go, but one lady had three goes at it, so I didn’t feel too bad having two, and she got it right the second time. And the off leash heel work was fine along with all the rest of the other exercises. – Donna
Learn How to Teach the Beginning Animal Communication Course
I have developed a new class to help you learn how to teach a Beginning class in Animal Communication class. This class is intended for my students who have graduated from my training programs and are currently practicing Animal Communicators.
The class is all online and is divided into three sessions. In between each of the first two sessions, you will practice teaching with a control group that you select. If you are interested in this course please get in touch and we can talk about scheduling.
Animal Communicator Master Program
People in the Master Program are doing really well and loving the program which includes
• Access to all scheduled online classes
• Weekly private mentoring session
• Monthly Practice Group (includes case study)
• Inclusion in Master Program Facebook Group
Contact me if you would like to find out about the Master Program.
Online Classes (Done by video with call in option, no more than 10 per class)
I host online classes through Zoom which has both a call in and a video option; any session you sign up for will have each of those options. Classes are offered at 11 am and also at 6 pm pacific on the dates specified. Each class meets twice with a week in between for you to do homework. There are never more than 10 people per class. All classes require the Beginning class as a prerequisite. I offer the Beginning Class as an online class a few times a year, and we can schedule a one-hour private tutoring session to meet that requirement. Once you have the Beginning class you can take any other class; you don’t have to take classes in any particular sequence
Talking with Wildlife and Nature – August 17 and 24
Advanced Animal Communication – Nov. 1 and 8Working with Guides – Sept 20 and 27
Animals as Teachers and Healers – Nov 16 and 23
Intuitive Animal Communication – Dec 5 and 12
Counseling Animals and Their People – Dec 6 and 13
Finding Lost Animals – Jan 9 – 16
Remote Viewing – Jan 24 and 31
One Week Intensive – Nov 10 – 14, Red Bluff, CA
Sign up for classes here
Host a Class in Your Area
If you would like to have me come to your area and teach a weekend or week long intensive, call or email and we can talk about how to set that up.
Study with me individually via Skype, phone, or in person. I can teach you the basics of how to communicate intuitively with animals. We can also schedule a problem solving session if you are at a more advanced level and you are experiencing some blocks or issues. I can easily help you resolve anything that is holding you back.
Just for Fun
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For Your Information
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A New look at Plants
Dr. Gundry has written a new book on healthy food choices. Watch a short video about the book.
Make your own calendula oil . It is great for wounds, use on thrush etc. Here is how
Take action for the wild horses and burros in the US.
If you live in the US, please commit to calling daily to save the wild horses and burros. leave. Call your two U.S. Senators. You can reach them at this number: (202) 224-3121 which is the switchboard for the U.S. Senate. Leave a message if you can’t speak to an aide, say that you want the protections for f Wild Horses and Burros to stay in the 2018 Spending Bill for the Department of the Interior and you want congress to prohibit the killing and slaughter of our Wild Horses and Burros. Please ask at least two friends to do this too. You can call their local and DC offices, switch it up. And if you call after hours you can leave a message. We have to fight to save them and public pressure is our best weapon right now.
If you live outside the US get two of your US friends to do this … and pass it on!
Here is a link to more info. (photo is from the article)