Monday, January 25, 2010


Have you ever noticed that your animal friend has had the same illness or traits as you??? This is a very common thing. It's called 'mirroring'. If you notice your animal having physical symptoms similar to you, it's very important to have them stop doing this, for their health. This is what happens. They want to 'show you' this is wrong with you so you can get help to get better. What you say to them is, 'thank you so much for showing me what I need to take care of. I understand and I will take care of it, so you don't have to show me anymore. I want you to have 100% health'. Then, GO TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF! If you tell your animal friend that you've gone to the doctor, they will know if you are not being honest with them. So, do it, and report back to them, what the doctor said and what steps you are now taking for your health. They will be relieved and be so happy that you listened to them.

I had a friend who needed surgery and her pet needed the same surgery a month later, this is common, so remember to tell them that all you want for them is 100% health, and thank them for telling you.

If your animal friend has an illness, it doesn't necessarily mean that you have it too. If you haven't been feeling well, perhaps get checked, but don't be alarmed, they might not be mirroring something, they may just be sick.

Remember that they pick up on our energy. So, if you are constantly stressed out, they pick up on it, and get stressed themselves. There are flower essences that can help both you and your animal friend with emotional issues. Check out my resource list, they are listed there. Find one that resonates with you.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010


The animals want us to play more! Yes, life is serious, but we can still have fun! What they see lacking in a lot of people's lives, is to live in the moment, stop worrying so much and play!!! Having a bad day? Take your dog outside for a'll get you in the moment and you will share fun time with them. :) No dog, go outside anyway!!!! I've spoken to many cats recently who are concerned for their humans because they don't take time out for themselves and relax and/or play. If you're having a hard time, and feel like you just don't have it in you to 'play', it's o.k., they want you to be in the moment (don't think about the future); and know they are here for you, always.

Friday, January 8, 2010


To form an even greater bond with your animal partner, imagine being inside their body, looking out from their eyes. Hmmm, it's a totally new perspective! Look around, notice how your animal sees his or her surroundings. If you are in touch with your intuition, you can even feel how they are feeling. Go through each body part and feel if anything aches or hurts. This can be valuable information for your vet. I was at a shelter a while back, and I was feeling that the cat's front right paw hurt him. I told the vet and they found out they had an ingrown nail, that was causing him pain. Your animal friend will know that you are trying to see things differently and will really appreciate it. They will feel respected. :)

If you want to learn more about how to communicate with animals, check my Facebook Fan Page for my upcoming Playshops on Animal Communication. If you don't see one listed, you can always tell me you're interested and I'll do one!

Monday, January 4, 2010


When looking for a new animal to join your family, please go to your local shelter and adopt. There are so many beauties waiting for you to bring them home. Just keep an open mind, maybe the dog or cat that you want to have is at the shelter, and you won't have to 'buy' one. Think of the life/lives that you'll be saving! My cat was a little over a year when I adopted him over 14 years ago. He's amazing. I went to adopt a small, black, female kitty, but the large, white male cat won my heart. :) Buying an animal because you're attracted to a certain breed, doesn't exempt you from experiencing possible behavior issues, etc. You may find that breed in a shelter, with no 'issues'. :)

If you have existing animals and are going to adopt more, please inform the ones you have that you are in no way replacing them. Tell them how much you love them and ask they welcome the new one. There are flower essences available that help with adjusting to new surroundings, which are great for the one you're bringing home from the shelter and also for the existing animals in your home.

Enjoy the love of your animal friends. :)

Sunday, January 3, 2010


The Dolphins know how much we love them, and want to share their beautiful energy. They request that if you wish to swim with them, to please do so in the wild. I know there are boats that go to the Ocean for this specific thing, find the one nearest you. There are Dolphin specialists that can inform you how to be with them, what not to do, etc. Please do not go where they are captured, to see them or swim with them. This promotes more captivity. Please respect and honor their wishes. :) They are more than happy to be near us, play with us, and heal us, in their playground!

Friday, January 1, 2010

What's In a Name?

Ever think it's cute to call your pet an insulting name? If they're overweight, perhaps you think a name like 'Butterball' would be cute. Or maybe your nickname for them is 'stupid' or 'dummy'. You get the drift. STOP! They don't like to be called insulting names. Do you? Yes, it's true, animals have feelings! I've worked with hundreds of animals that tell me that they don't like their name, and even suggest a new one. When the human is in agreement and immediately changes their name, the animal is instantly happier. So, give it a moment of thought and ask yourself if you would like to be called the name you are giving to your pet. :)