Help an Injured Wild Animal with Animal Communication, Flower Essences, and More.

Chickdee on a branch.

 

Helping a wild animal who is injured may be a daunting task, especially when you’re not sure what to do.

I once had some roofers at my home putting some gooey tar-based stuff on part of my roof.  A beautiful little bird got stuck in the tar before it dried, and couldn’t free itself.

The roofers were kind enough to get the bird down,   The bird was terrified, and although it could still breathe, it literally died of fear as it lay in my hands, it’s wings stuck to it’s body.

Later on, when I was able to think clearly, I realized that Bach Rescue Remedy (FES Brand:  5 Flower Formula) might have calmed the bird enough to keep it alive longer to get it some help.  I later learned that that Dawn dish liquid is used to remove oil-based substances from wild animals.

Sometimes, all you can do is pray for the animal’s spirit to be taken peacefully and very gently put loving energy around them.

Kittens ourside.A wild kitten crawled into my yard once to die after being hit by a car.

She kept crawling away as I tried to get near her, so I stopped doing that.

Instead, I put peaceful loving energy around her until her spirit was ready to lift off.

I made sure her guides were there, and that she was helped on her way.

Being able to telepathically talk to a wild animal who is injured is valuable, although when the animal is terrified, it may not be able to hear you very well.

Here are some things I recommend doing with flower essences and telepathic communication:

  • Take Rescue Remedy (5 Flower Formula) yourself.    Take as much as you need to get yourself calm.
  • Focus on your breathing until it is slow and calm.
  • Channel the energy of Rescue Remedy to the animal.  To do this, hold the bottle in your hands, connect with the energy, and allow it to flow out your heart chakra and around the energy field of the animal.  Let the animal take in as much as it wants.
  • Softly and gently send simple telepathic messages.  Long complex thoughts will not be easily understood by a panicked, terrified animal in pain.  Send only simple words, feelings, and images.  Keep repeating them over and over, as you are guided to do so.

Calm  …  Peace  …  Safety  …   Help  …  Trust  ….

  • If you plan to capture the animal to take it to a rescue for wildlife, let the animal know that you are bringing it to a safe place where it can be helped.

I recently read an interesting article on what to do when you find injured wildlife and want to help.  There’s a fair amount of important information in the article.  Here’s the link for The Ultimate Wildlife Rescue Guide.  If you put the information from that guide together with telepathic communication and Rescue Remedy (or 5 Flower Formula), you’ll be able to help many animals in the wild.

Swan sitting in a nest.

Melissa, the Huntress.

January 21, 2020 by  
Filed under Animals and Nature Kingdoms, New Posts

Profile of Melissa's beautiful face.

She arrives quietly,
silent as a shadow.
her deep minky coat
blending into darkness,
invisible to my eyes.

She sits next to my feet,
so close, yet untouching.
Not even her tail moving.
A presence I do not feel.
I am unaware that she’s there.

Melissa, the perfect huntress,
can turn to stone while focused
on her goal, her mind as still as her body.
She waits for her prey to stop moving.

Melissa on the prowl.

Inching closer, a cat in perfect slow-motion,
moving one paw at a time,
halting with one paw raised and frozen in the air.

“Is she breathing?” I wonder, peering from a window.
“Can  the prey hear her breathe?”

Without warning,
from stand-still to warp-speed,
Melissa is gone under the ancient laurel’s,
chasing her prey.

I watch in wonderment as she returns without success.
If she feels discouragement, disappointment,
it doesn’t show.
She’s ready to hunt again.

I stand washing dishes.
I must check behind my feet and
directly next to them to prevent
tripping over Melissa, sitting so silent
next to me without touching.

Melissa sitting quietly

Is that a tail I feel gently tapping me?

Not a sound. So silent, when much of the time she
can be heard, talking to herself, yelling
at me, moaning dramatically
when she doesn’t get her way or pretends
to be trapped (or actually is stuck) in a closet.

Subtle layers of feline vocals that can shriek
and growl simultaneously, striking terror
into the heart of any cat intruder into her territory.

Subtle and not so subtle voice,
a musical treat for the finely tuned feline ear …
provided you have been accepted as a friend.

Intense purrs that can shift instantly to anger,
her mood unpredictable as she snuggles into my chest.

Melissa.
Mysterious feline with pale green eyes.
Loveable.  Loving.  Raging.  Demanding.
Complex.  Beautiful.  Fierce.  Alive with
swirling energy, living intensely.

Intense silence.
Intense feelings.
Intense beauty.
Intensity personified.

Melissa.  The name of a calming herb
chosen by a ferocious feline whose body
throbs with life force.

“Will she ever find inner peace?” I wonder
as she settles into my lap while I sit in meditation.
“Perhaps we’ll find it together.

Orphaned Newborn Alpaca Thrives When Telepathic Communication with Him, His Deceased Mother, and the Herd Creates Optimal Solutions for Survival.

© Nedda Wittels, January 8, 2020.

Newborn Milano, baby alpaca (cria) about one day old.

As soon as I picked up the phone and heard Keiko’s voice, I knew something urgent was going on.

Star nursing her newborn son, Milano

Star nursing her newborn son, Milano

Star, mother of a newborn Alpaca, called a cria, had died within 24 hours of his birth.

Fortunately, she had been able to nurse the baby, so he did get collostrum, the milk that contains all the antibodies a new born animal needs until the immune system develops.

But now Keiko had to figure out how to keep this spunky little boy alive.

There was no other lactating female alpaca on the farm to become a mother substitute for Milano.

He would have to nurse from a bottle every 2 hours for many weeks and it would take at least 6-8 months before he no longer needed milk.

Another complication was that male baby alpacas that bond with human mother substitutes can be very aggressive to humans as they mature.  Young male alpacas naturally practice mounting their mothers, and for a teenage or adult alpaca to do that to a human would be highly dangerous to the human.

The Animal Communication session was complex.  We needed to

  • Reassure Milano that he would be loved and cared for despite his loss of Star, his mother.
  • Find a female adult alpaca in the herd willing to be a mother substitute without nursing Milano.  Dezi volunteered.
  • Calm the herd due to the sudden, unexpected death of Star, who had been part of the herd for years, and help with their grieving.
  • Ask Milano’s father, who lives on the farm with other male lamas, to assist in raising Miliano.
  • Speak to Star, now in spirit, about her unexpected passing.
  • Brainstorm with Keiko and the herd to figure out how to get Milano to nurse from bottles, but associate them with alpacas, and not bond inappropriately with humans.

When animals live in a herd situation, there is a definite herd consciousness in addition to the individual consciousness of each herd member.  Basically, everyone is telepathically connected all the time, although individuals can sometimes protect themselves from something going on that makes that individual uncomfortable.

In this session, I had to be able to speak to many individuals as individual; to the herd in general, and to the spirit of Star.

During the session we helped everyone cope with their feelings and asked various members of the herd to help out in various ways.  Then the herd was invited to brainstormed with Keiko and me on how to best care for Milano.

I asked Keiko to keep me up to date on how things developed, as any glitch in the plan could quickly cause a young cria to experience a serious setback.

In the latest update from Keiko, January 8, 2020, she wrote,

Milano and herd at 3 weeks old.

Milano at 3 weeks old with his herd of female alpaca.

Milano is now 3 weeks and 2 days old! He has doubled his birth weight and is really doing well.  He’ll need to be bottle fed during the night for more weeks, but I am very relieved.  He seems to be thriving.

During the day he is with the entire herd. At night, we put him in a smaller pen with Dezi and a few volunteers lately.   His full sister who will stay here [on our farm], Sophie, has been watching him more lately, and she looks the closest to Star (mom we lost) so every once in a while, I gasp.

Today I received this testimonial from Keiko.

Thank you so much, Nedda, for helping me navigate an emotionally intense, complex situation when we lost a mama alpaca and suddenly had a 36 hour old orphaned cria for the first time on our farm.

I couldn’t think clearly as the loss was unexpected and sudden- but I knew the focus had to be on the cria and I had no time to lose if I wanted the cria to survive. But I sure felt too emotional to do this on my own.

I was SOOOO happy and relieved when you were able to squeeze in a session for me right away. I can’t tell you how much that meant to me.  You helped me think things through and figure out how to involve the herd for best results.

Now, 3.5 weeks later- baby is thriving! We have a nice little routine going and although not the most ideal situation since we don’t have his mama..I feel because of your help and the action plan we were able to set up as soon as we did, we have been able to move forward as a family and herd and find all the blessings.

The herd has followed through with the commitments they made, although they need reminders every once in a while.  Dezi, who accepted the adult guardian alpaca role, really has stepped up in her role [as Milano’s substitute mother].

We’re still in it for the long haul since it takes 6 months for alpaca babies to wean…but I am thrilled with the results you have been able to help me get through just one session!!! Thank you and much love!!!”

Keiko Makarczyk, Taylor,  TX.
Wisteria Suri Ranch
https://wisteriasuriranch.com/

I’m so grateful that I could be of service to Keiko, Milano, and the herd.  Animal Communication proves again and again that telepathy with animals is a powerful way for humans and animals to share love and problem solve.

Ten Reasons I Love Communicating Telepathically with Animals

 

Can you find Starlight?

Of all the professions I have had over my lifetime, Animal Communicator is the one I love the best and have had the longest – 25 years this year.

Communicating telepathically with animals brings so many rewards for me personally, for the animals, and for my human clients, too.

Here are some of my favorite things about communicating telepathically with animals.

1_ Communicating with animals reminds me to have my heart open.

Having an open heart facilitates the telepathic exchange.  Also, the more open-hearted you are, the more you live from your personal truth and Divine Self.

Many Animals, as most humans, aren’t always open-hearted due to the stresses they may have encountered in their lives.

When I talk telepathically with animals, I can help them restore their hearts to greater peace, love, and openness.

2_ Animals are amazing teachers.

Even when you don’t think your animals are teaching you, just by being with you, they are showing you other ways to be.

Some are demonstrating how to meditate or how to be peaceful or how to trust.

Many dogs are excellent at show us how to enter spaces joyfully and with enthusiasm.

Many cats are superb meditators.

Birds may teach us the joy of flying free – letting go of our limitations so we can truly soar.

Some horses tell me when they run free, they get that same experience of flying.

3_ Animals generally love us unconditionally, and when I communicate with them, I can feel their love for their families.

Whether I’m speaking with an animal in spirit, an animal preparing to leave her body, or a youngster creating havoc in someone’s home, their love is very powerful.

Over the years, I’ve had my face telepathically washed with big wet doggie tongue-greetings, telepathically tickled with feline whisker-kisses, and telepathically head-butted by enthusiastic horses.  Birds often telepathically perch on my head or an arm or finger.

No matter what type of animal I’m speaking with, the love can be very strong and will be beautifully expressed by each animal in his own unique way.

4_ Animals help us expand our perspectives by offering their own, which may be quite insightful and illuminating.

I’ll always remember the cat who told his human that her husband’s heart problem wasn’t just physical, but came from not letting in love.

The cat gave explicit instructions on buying a card with an angel on it and the cat offered a well-phrased loving message for the wife and son to write in the card.   The message was so beautiful, it brought tears to my eyes and those of the woman.

5_ Animals are very forgiving.

I’ve had many clients who call me riddled with guilt about what they did and/or didn’t do for their animal before the animal left their body.

When I ask the animal about it, they consistently are understanding, kind, gentle, forgiving, caring and even nurturing for their person.  What a blessing that they sometimes love us more than we love ourselves.

6_ Animals are great at reflecting our issues back to us so we can grow and change.

Melissa in November 2015

Melissa.

One day I was furious with Melissa.  While driving the car, I was ranting to myself about all the things she did that I found infuriating.

Then I had the sudden and startling realization that all of Melissa’s issues were an exact match for my own – some from when I was a child or teenager – some that still needed to be resolved.

This insight helped me move out of judgment and into unconditional love for both Melissa and myself.  What a great learning experience.

7_ Animals are fabulous healers, and offer their healing without reservation.

In 2003 I had just come home after surgery to repair a broken ankle.  I was on my back, asleep, with my leg in a cast and raised up on two pillows.

I awoke to the phone ringing, and when I tried to sit up, I found I couldn’t move.

My two cats at the time, Violet and Sakhara, together weighing over 20 pounds, were both lying on my cast.  They were offering their healing energies and purrs, which actually vibrate at rates that heal bone.

8_ Animals often come to us again, and again, across multiple lifetime.

Starlight

Starlight, my lovely Siamese, was my Arabian mare, Echo, in her last lifetime.  Now she’s a cat.  This has made for some fascinating, mind-expanding experiences.

They have so much in common, I created a new word, “feliquine” [feline+equine] – a horse who comes back as a cat!

Read more about their similarities:  Starlight and Echo – A Reincarnation Comparison

9_ Animals can have a great sense of humor.

While most of my clients rarely ask their animals to tell funny stories, I did have one client who was curious about what her dog would say.

The dog told about one Thanksgiving when the cat had jumped on the table, attacking the turkey, which went flying onto the floor so the dogs and cats could all feast.

The woman and her daughter laughed and laughed as they recalled this hilarious experience.

Violet

My cat Violet, now in spirit, used to give me a Jack Benny stare while making a smart-ass quip about something.

She always looked insulted while I roared with laughter at her remarks.

Without telepathy, I never would have known enjoyed her wry sense of humor, which had nothing at all to do with physical behaviors.

10_ Animals are an expression of the Divine, just as humans are.

We’re all ultimately One Consciousness, and animals often are showing us the way to that incredible, blessed Unity of Being that is our ultimate goal as we return to the higher dimensions of Unconditional, Divine Love and pure Divine Light.

I talk telepathically with my animals all the time.  It enriches every single day of my life.

Communicating telepathically with animals has been and continues to be a great blessing, and I’m privileged to be able to help others communicate with their animals, too.

Can animals experience ongoing symptoms of trauma and stress? Yes! And Animal Communication and Energy Healing can help!

Animals can help humans who experience trauma, and we can help animals who experience trauma.

Today, many rescued animals experience symptoms similar to post traumatic stress. They need help to heal before they can integrate into your family. Animal Communication and Energy Healing are two powerful tools to assist them.

Why do so many animals experience symptoms of stress and trauma today?

Many of the reasons are similar to those experiences that can cause similar symptoms in humans.

~~ Too early separation from the mother dog, cat, or horse, for whatever reason.

~~ Separation from their human family due to hurricanes, storms, flooding, fires, earthquakes, and other weather or earth-changing event in which people and their animals can become separated.

~~ Being shuffled from one rescue place to another in the genuinely loving effort to find the rescued animal a new home.

~~ Traumatic loss because the family is no longer able to keep the animal due to financial and/or health changes.

~~ When animals are dropped off at shelters or abandoned without explanation, they are confused, scared, hurt, angry, grieving, and afraid – just to name a few emotions that come up for them.

~~ When the shelter is one that kills animals after so many days, the animals know they might be killed, and the spirits of other animals killed there may be lingering, making the situation even more uncomfortable.

This is not a complete list, but this list illustrates that one or more of these experiences may make integrating into a new loving family a challenge for the animal you’ve so lovingly adopted.

The good news is that animals can recover from symptoms of  stress and trauma. 

When you adopt an animal from a rescue facility, you may not realize immediately that the animal is having difficulty adjusting.

I’ve had clients ask for my assistance after struggling for a year or more to connect with a cat or dog or horse who has experienced a traumatic event.

These clients are good, kind, loving, nurturing people who have tried everything they can think of to help their new animal companion adjust.  Often they have been pouring love to an animal who is not open to receiving it.

Of course, the sooner you ask for assistance, the sooner you and the animal will begin to build trust and open a loving connection between you.

When an animal is emotionally shut down, afraid of experiencing yet another loss, and/or distrustful that this will be their “forever” home, something else must be added to the equation to assist them.

Whatever history you have about the animal is also a very important piece of the puzzle.

Using my Animal Communication and energy healing skills, I can offer you and your new companion special assistance.

Over several sessions, I am able to establish a rapport with an animal who is very shut down.

It can actually help me connect with them because I’m not physically present.

Working from a distance, I can easily make a telepathic connection, which some animals experience as less intrusive than a human stranger being physically in the animal’s space.

Furthermore, telepathically and energetically …

~~ I can feel what the animal is feeling because I’m a strong emotional empath.

~~ I can feel if the animal has a huge wall around themselves, or just needs some additional reassurance.

~~ I can feel if the animal is distrustful and can suggest ways of building trust.

~~ I can often feel if the animal is hiding something or lying to me and/or to themselves.

~~ I can ask other animals in your family for any insights they want to share, assuming they have already met the new family member.  These often prove to be of immense value in understanding what’s going on with an animal who is too closed down to share very much.

~~ I can scan the animal energetically, with the animal’s permission, to pick up energy patterns in their auric field, chakras, and physical body.

Once we have a better understanding of what’s going on for that animal, we together develop a plan of action.

~~ Sometimes Flower Essences are a good way to start.  I am able to suggest appropriate essences to assist you and your animal companion(s).

~~ As a Certified Practitioner of The Emotion Code, developed by Dr. Bradley Nelson, I know what a valuable tool this is for assisting an animal with post traumatic stress.  (This system has also been shown to be effective with humans.)  Releasing emotional blocks and reducing or eliminating walls around their hearts will bring about huge healing shifts.

~~ As a Certified Multidimensional Healer, I work with healing teams from Source to remove the energy patterns of trauma, repair chakras and other damaged areas, assist the animal’s bodies to rebalance, and bring the animal into a space of harmony, peace, and openness to their new life circumstances.

~~ I may also refer you to other practitioners who offer many other alternative services that will assist the animal, such as acupuncture, chiropractic, Theta Healing, and basic training for dogs and horses.

Having a “plan of action” helps you and the animal know what next steps to take and have a sense that there truly is hope of healing the animal and the entire situation.

Have you recently brought home a new animal or are planning to adopt from a rescue place?

If so, keep in mind that while coming to your home is the best thing for this animal, in some cases you many need to take some extra steps to help the animal integrate and become part of your loving family.

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My personal favorite no-kill animal rescue in Connecticut is Our Companions If you’re not familiar with the amazing work they do, please read about their services and consider donating.  You might also consider adopting one of the animals they are assisting.  Thank you.

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