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Thought I should post another light reading and I came across this one.  It turned out to be timely; it’s theme is Optimism.  This reminded me of the talented Michael Lutin and his advice for the coming weeks: I quote (sort of):  Worried nervous apprehensive jittery—don’t waste your time. Put your head and heart in […]

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Pets come into our lives to heal us.  If you don’t believe that, you’re not watching enough cable TV.  Listen, that basset hound wouldn’t have shown up on your radar if she didn’t have something to show you.   Just like your husband, your best friend or that jerk who works in the next cubicle.  […]

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So what’s going on? High-speed change.  The bullet train is coming, as described by the incomparable Elsa Panizzon. I follow astrology.  Does anything else explain the craziness on our planet right now?   I haven’t found it. It works for me because it has a unifying theory.  Astrologers generally agree on what individual planets and signs […]

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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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How’s your summer so far? All around, one sees change.  Change in relationships, jobs, living spaces, health .  .  .  it goes on and on.  As an animal communicator I’m seeing a surge in emotional, behavioral and health issues, but that’s another post. We were talking about the economic downturn, about the related role the […]

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Today I’m taking a break from animal communication topics and examining the roughly thrice-annual phenomena of Mercury Retrograde, which goes on for about 3 weeks at a time.  It’s more complicated than this, but it’s known primarily for mucking up communication of all kinds.  Mercury had gone retro just two days earlier, and my daughter […]

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