Animals and Friends
I have had numerous animals since I was a child. Ever since my adopted stray cat Patches began following me to the bus stop three blocks away and meeting me there precisely at 3:15 every weekday, I knew there was something more to the human/animal connection. Being raised in a very left-brained society, focused on career and practicality, I tamped down a lot of the communication that came effortlessly.
As an adult, I have been drawn to nature, the elements and wildlife, and have gotten messages from all creatures, plants and animals. If you are still and quiet, you will sense things and hear things or see things that are not your voices, senses or images. In our sessions I will show you how.
My Soulmate Dog Transitioned
I still thought nothing of this until my world literally fell apart. After my own sudden but debilitating illness, and the death of my beloved Jayce, a 15-year-old Sheltie, who was my truest friend, I determined to learn about talking to animals.
You see Jayce’s silhouette in my logo, as he inspired this work. He was literally the BEST DOG EVER, knew 250 commands in his prime and was a noble soul who loved sticks more than life itself.
Communication with All Life University—Teacher Trainer
My reclamation of the human-animal bond led me to nationally recognized Joan Ranquet and her excellent Communication With All Life University. Through CWALU, I spent countless hours reading hundreds of dogs, cats, horses, birds and even turkeys while also being trained in EFT, Reiki, animal massage and essential oils. I continue to be a Teacher/Trainer for CWAL and would be happy to introduce you to the program
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I have spent considerable time in England, Scotland and Ireland, studying ancient mythology, the history of Glastonbury, and tramping the hills and fields and ancient sites. I have studied fairies since I was a teenager and I sense them all around me in natural places. I am proud to be one of the first people certified by Doreen Virtue as a Fairyologist, with extensive knowledge of elementals and a demonstrated care for the Earth.
Sylvan is a fairy dog with a long history of elegance and grace. She is the gentle leader of my pack and shows me how to help older dogs remain vital and healthy. She loves to teach groups and to tell people how beautiful she still is. She is a bit of a dog-racist, preferring other Shetland Shepherds and Aussies to all other breeds.
Liberty is the last dog we failed as fosters with. She came to us as a sad case 6 months after Jayce the soulmate dog passed away. I got an urgent FB message that she and 100 other dogs would be put to sleep in 2 hours without a foster commitment, on the 3rd of July, because the next night, hundreds of freaked out 4th of July dogs were expected to flood the shelters.
Today, Liberty has two main jobs. She is Sylvan’s apprentice for caring for my two young sons, sleeping at the foot of their beds until I retire, when she relinquishes the job to good old nana Sylvan and joins me. Her second job is to be the body surrogate when I do distance healing for animals.
Liberty is a healer and a teacher and is growing into her magnificence every day.
Finn is the ultimate teacher for an animal communicator. He is my problem child, so I can better understand your problems. He is the dog personality who never wants to be first, is pretty unassuming in a pack and is a little quieter when asking for attention. And yet, on pack walks and in our backyard, Finn can be too MUCH of a policeman and a patrolman. He has barked so loudly that we had animal control tell us of a complaint. Soooo embarrassing, and so hard, as I cannot climb the hill behind our house. My husband was ready to re-home Finn, but I negotiated a month’s reprieve. Through EFT tapping, communicating facilitated by my mentor Joan Ranquet and a series of systems I put in place, Finn has only ever gone up the hill twice since, because I messed up the systems. Both times, he remained completely silent and when I sent him a picture of being locked up in animal control, he ran right back down.
My 9-year-old son is also an animal communicator and describes Gemma’s essence as a bright sun with flower petals as its rays of light. She connects our home and keeps our little dogs in line.
I call her my lumbar support warming dog because she wedges herself behind my back while I work.