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Monthly Archive for August, 2010

Last weekend I helped a friend make sense of her cat’s death.  Words don’t do justice to describe the passing; I’ll just say it came as a sudden shock to the family and they were desperate to know that their cat, Snowy, wasn’t still suffering in some way. Despite her traumatic end Snowy was cheerful, […]

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Every pet has an agreement with someone in their lives.  Animals are healers; they come here so we–and they–can grow and evolve.  Generally they’re aware of it and some take their jobs very seriously. When I read agreements I’m looking for a cord running from the pet to the person.   The location of the cord […]

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Chronic illness is so interesting.  You can take 5 pets with kidney pathology and line ’em up, and each will present wholly different issues in a pet reading.   Some will respond to my work, others won’t.  There’s no rhyme or reason but sometimes I see dramatic changes. Recently I treated a 17-year-old cat with lung […]

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His person called; was more affectionate.  Not only that, but he was asking for affection, and that was big.  He’d begun to sleep on her bed, too.  He hadn’t done that in years. A few days passed and the affection continued.  He seemed to have stopped tinkling;  I was cautiously optimistic.  Then, a hitch.  He’d […]

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A big gray cat in middle age.  “Caesar”.   He was aloof and a little chilly, even impatient, with affection.  He was the feline brother of a very large dog. At issue was my old nemesis, pottying out of bounds.  Maybe I should rephrase:  at one time it made me think, “dear God no, not the […]

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Early weaning comes up from time to time.   For awhile it was an obsession: how do I approach this? I began to treat more and more cases.  I began to think, I have to figure this out. But as an animal communicator it’s not my job to figure things out.  It’s my job to let […]

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I read Busting Loose from the Money Game a couple of years ago.  Richard Scheinfeld posits that our lives are pure illusion.  We invent each person, pet, experience and event so we can learn and grow.  With that awareness and a few tools, we should be able to create lives more to our liking.  His […]

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Once again, I’m taking a break from the topic of animal communication to discuss the . The theme is tension, tension, tension.  Tension with the goal of transformation; but there’s a catch and the catch is, we don’t have a choice.  I often think we’ve had opportunity after opportunity to change as a species and […]

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As an animal comunicator, my favorite tool is the Past Life reading. The client calls.   Her cat Rudy is imperious, combative and mean to his  gentle sibling, Cora.  Issues of health and for that matter motivation have been ruled out, but there he sits, mad as a hornet and ready to rumble.  Can I help? […]

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Happy Birthday from a Chihuahua

Yesterday was my birthday.  I didn’t do any work, and it was the first day of first grade for my daughter. It often happens that this day dawns cool and a tiny bit crisp; fall is just around the corner.  Yesterday was no exception and to top it off, it was a still, cloudless sky […]

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