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Be careful how you interpret the world–it is like that.  Erich Heller I’ve been thinking a lot about animals and the concepts of innocence and helplessness. Many of us extend ourselves to homeless pets and there’s a certain amount of powerless language involved. After all, they were “abandoned”. We learn that they were “neglected”, or […]

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Clients are asking how to do what I do.  Sometimes I say, you already know how. We all do; I believe that what I call clairvoyance is just another sense, along with hearing, seeing, touch, smell and taste.  It’s not accepted as “normal” in this country, although I’m pretty sure that’s changing fast. On the […]

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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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As usual, lots of animals are making their transition.  Many of these pets were mentors; now that they’re dying the effect is that of a torch being passed. The animals demonstrated confidence, belief in one’s self, creativity, kindness, going with the flow.   They offered it up and on some level, their people absorbed the example. […]

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We hiked the Eagle Trail in Boulder with family friends.  It was humid for Colorado; the wind was slight but penetrating.    The grown-ups were sensibly bundled in layers but the two girls shed their protection and bolted down the trail in shirtsleeves, arms windmilling. There were lots and lots of dogs.  Nearly all of them […]

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As an animal communicator I find there are generally two kinds of pet clients:  those who are struggling and those whose humans are struggling.  These days, I notice pets are really stepping up for their people. Whatever else you want to say about 2010, it’s been one intense year and the pressure to change is […]

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She brought us vole after vole after vole.  Never more than one a day but on the other hand, who needs a vole a day? Ordinarily she was a competent hunter but not exactly prolific.  The occasional sparrow, now and then a snake, maybe a mouse.  I could count the yearly slaughter on one hand. […]

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Two years ago I ran into a man at the coffee shop.  Retired military, maybe 75 or 80.   The shop was full that morning; I’d finished my work and was just sitting.  He had a book with him and asked if he could share the table, but when he sat down he started to talk. […]

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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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