All animals have the capacity to provide comfort and healing for their human companions, although they may display this in different ways. Cats tend to show their compassion for you differently than dogs; however, they feel for their people just as much as dogs do. It is unfair and inaccurate to compare cats to dogs, simply because cats are cats and dogs are dogs. If you’re sad or your heart is hurting, your cat may curl up on your chest in order to directly comfort your heart chakra. Feeling powerless? Your cat may curl up on your belly, which is the location of the solar plexus chakra (the place of self worth and personal power). Does your cat love to sit on your printer or computer? They may very well be neutralizing the effects of EMF (electro magnetic field) energies given off by our devices. The next time your pet gives you comfort in any way, acknowledge and thank them for their help. They like to know that their efforts are appreciated just as humans do.
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Happy fall, everyone! As the days grow shorter and we spend more time indoors, I’ve decided that this is the perfect time to further my training in the healing arts. I am currently working with a master shaman teacher. I’ve already been on the shamanic path (healing, working with animals and nature, communicating with and helping those in spirit, etc.), but there is always room for improvement and more to learn. I will also be pursuing a Medical Intuitive certification in the near future, which will also expand on my existing skills and abilities. I intend to become the most useful healer that I can be.
I will be participating in a few events during November: Mystic Fair at Library Fire Hall on November 10; Group Healing Circle on November 16 in Aspinwall; and I will teach an introductory Animal Communication and Energy Work class on November 17 in Dormont. All of this information can be found on the calendar page of my website. As always, I am available for phone or video sessions for ALL of my services (healing work for people and animals, animal communication, mediumship, house clearings, etc.) Anything I can do in person, I can do just as effectively remotely.
And finally, PET TIP: If you have a cat, please consider using a natural or unscented litter. You can add a little baking soda if it’s not already in the litter. And as long as you scoop the box regularly, odor should not be a problem. Highly scented cat litter has lots of non-beneficial and potentially harmful chemicals. Not only do your cats absorb this through their paws, but they also ingest it when they groom themselves.
My friend Don adopted this handsome boy, Jack, about four years ago. He was rescued from a fighting ring in Pittsburgh that the police had disbanded. Jack was the “winning” fighter. Don learned about Jack when he saw him on the news, and he knew he had to adopt him. Don found Jack at a local shelter. Jack was placed in the back off the main adoption floor. It was assumed that no one would want him. Wrong! When Don and Jack met, there was an instant connection.
I’ve worked with animals who have been in challenging situations before, but I had never worked with a former fighter. Although Jack has done well since he’d been adopted, I suspected he was carrying some emotional baggage from his horrible situation. Animals carry the trauma of abuse just as humans do. I had the privilege of connecting with Jack and helping him.
When I arrived, Jack greeted me with a wagging tail. I allowed a few moments for us to get acquainted. I sat on the floor, and Jack sat on my lap–all 80 pounds of him. I asked Jack if there was anything he wanted to tell me about his past. He showed me the fighting situation–dogs growling and barking, teeth bared. He hated it. He told me he was praised for “winning”. He couldn’t understand why he was being praised for something so terrible. He thought he was bad. I assured Jack that he is a good dog and that he was always a good dog. I explained that he was a victim. In spite of the horrors he lived through, he still knew that people are good (at least most of us!) I then did some energy work to clear all the emotional baggage he was carrying. He thanked me. Then he asked me for a treat since he’s such a good dog.
Today I’d like to share a story about 2 dogs I worked with about a year ago. I’m changing names for privacy. The owner contacted me about a little situation he was having with two of his dogs. Sheba is a relatively large dog who developed serious vision problems at a young age; however, she was unaware that this was a problem and managed to get around just fine, as she knew her way around the home. But she would occasionally bump into Bart, who is a smaller dog. Bart would get impatient with this and grumble at Sheba. He thought it was quite rude. Upon communicating with Bart, I realized that he was unaware of Sheba’s vision problem and also a bit perturbed that he didn’t get that memo! He then felt guilty, but also compassionate toward Sheba. I explained that nobody was upset with him. I asked if he would be willing to be more patient with Sheba now that he understood the situation, and he readily agreed. Approximately a week after our session, the owner texted me to report that Bart had stopped grumbling at Sheba and had become much more tolerant and patient with her. As with humans, clear communication is important! Sometimes just making sure an animal understands what is going on can make all the difference.
Animal messenger for the week of June 23,2019: HAWK – guardianship in ventures. This follows through from last week’s message. The options and opportunities you have previously considered are now in motion. Hawk is protecting and guiding you through the process. Hawks have laser sharp vision. Hawk will help you see what you need to see, especially what is hidden or hard to see. Hawk will lead you to the finer details. To make the most of this message, try this: sit quietly for a moment, take a few deep breaths and settle in. Ask to receive the guidance of hawk. Sit with it for a bit — maybe some specific messages will come to you. You can do this with any or all of the animal messengers.
Animal totem message for the week of June 16 – CROW. Crows and ravens are similar, but have different meanings as animal messengers. Crows nest very high in the trees and are excellent watchers, always alert to danger and warning others when necessary. Your message: do not let your guard down when new opportunities arrive. You may need to proceed with caution. The opportunity may be a good one, but be sure you have all the facts first. Forewarned is forearmed.