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Category Archive for 'The Learning Curve'

Returning clients needed a touch-up on their 5-ish lab mix.  Stanley. I skimmed the email and I thought, oh, it’s just a training problem!  I’ll be there 5 minutes  then I’ll give them a referral.  Now, this is an ego problem.   My ego was “helping” me see I wasn’t really qualified and rather than embarrass […]

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As a clairvoyant, I have information coming in all day, every day.  A lot of it is emotion.  People think they feel their feelings in a vacuum but in reality all that stuff goes somewhere and I’m here to tell you, it’s everywhere. Nothing rings my bells like being in a crowd:  all those messy […]

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Here’s an example of how pets help us in not-so-obvious ways. In my early days I was hired to help a woman with her dog. It seemed Rover had suddenly begun to lick at himself and as time went on his fur began to thin until finally he was bald in spots. Food was replaced, […]

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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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They say the veils are getting thinner.  I think it’s true. Several years ago I walked down the street, glanced at a man and saw a .  But in those days, it was a once-a-year experience and I kept it mostly to myself, but for my long-suffering husband and one skeptical friend.  Now it’s common. […]

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Lately I hear people say of their animals, “they don’t understand English”.   Since I spend half my time asking people, “well, did you tell your dog/cat/gerbil?”, I also spend a certain amount of time thinking oh nuts, it’s true.  I’m crazy. Yet, I don’t think so.  They were early days in my career and it […]

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