Animal Communication and A Plan of Action

Whenever we feel overwhelmed,

clear thinking dissolves into confusion.

Pawprints . . . and your next step is?

It’s difficult or even impossible

to make decisions.

When our animals’ well-being is involved, feelings of overwhelm can be complicated by feelings of guilt, fear, and even grief.

In an Animal Communication session, you and your animal can be assisted to develop a plan of action together.

This plan of action will be one that both of you agree contains the next steps towards resolving whatever is going on.

When we feel overwhelmed, we often believe we have to solve a problem completely and all at once.

In most situations, trying to solve a problem that way contributes to our feelings of overwhelm, which interfere with our ability to think the situation through clearly.

It’s like trying to eat an entire watermelon in one sitting.

Animal eating a watermelon.

You might just find that a bit difficult and rather uncomfortable, too.

A plan of action consists of “next steps.”

Sometimes it even consists of “baby steps” – small steps to get started moving in a direction that will create momentum towards resolution.

When you have a plan of action and begin with small steps, you allow for

  • exploration,
  • evaluation, and
  • making adjustments as you go.

This takes some of the pressure off you and your animal companions.

When you and your animals understand and are committed to a plan of action, everything will flow more smoothly towards your desired solution.

So if you need help clarifying a situation, sorting out options, and putting together a plan of action for you and your animal companions, Animal Communication can help.

Even if you have never worked with a professional Animal Communicator before, you are likely to find the session comforting, informative, and uplifting.

So give it a try the next time you and your animals experience a challenge and discover how amazing Animal Communication can be.

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© 2018, Nedda Wittels, Animal Communicator

For help with overwhelm for you and your animals, contact Nedda at 860-651-5771 or send email to: