Finding Peace in Transition

May 9, 2015 by  
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Marley Prepares to Leave.

Marley and Emmie - Best Friends.

Emmie Finds Peace.

Lillie Buck first called me in 2006 about her two cats, Marley and Emmie.

Recently Lillie contacted me to thank me for the help I had given her and her felines.  She generously offered to shares her experiences with others.   These are Lillie’s own words.

I was referred to Nedda by a close friend quite a while ago when my cat, Marley, was diagnosed with kidney failure at 15.  I was, of course, devastated.  Marley was so much like a person and we shared an incredibly close bond.  I’m sure he could sense my hopelessness and I certainly could sense that he was ready to give up.

The vet ordered a regimen of subcutaneous fluids every other day at first, administered by myself and my husband, to extend his life and keep him comfortable.  He had no interest.  He fought me, and took no interest in receiving them.  He simply wanted to give up.

In desperation, I called Nedda.  She amazed me with her gift of communicating with Marley, and explained to him how much I loved him, and that the fluids would help him to feel better, and to keep him with us longer.  But only if he was willing.  It was his decision.  He was unsure at first but then relented.  He said he would give it a try.

At the same time, our other kitty, Emmie, had been crying out loudly (almost wailing) nightly in the upstairs hallway.  This had been going on for weeks, and we couldn’t figure out why, nor could we appease or comfort her.  It was bewildering.

During the course of that phone call, Emmie had a lot to say.  She proceeded to ask Nedda what was wrong with Marley.  She said she knew something was wrong with him, but was very upset because he wouldn’t tell her, or talk to her about it.  When Nedda asked him about it, he explained that he loved her very much and didn’t want to tell her that he was ill as he didn’t want to upset her.  She said it was OK, and that she forgave him for not telling her.  She understood.

Marley and Emmie.

From that day forward, Marley’s spirits lifted, and he slowly started to accept his fluid regimen.  After some time, he came into the bathroom on his own when he knew it was time to get them, and jumped up, ready and willing.  He was a happy, loving, beautiful spirit who willingly and lovingly gave us 4 more precious years, much in part to the incredible gift that Nedda bestowed upon us.

And from the day that Nedda talked to Emmie, she never cried again.  Not once.  We are forever grateful to have those beautiful spirits in our lives for as long as they were lent to us on Earth, and so very grateful to have had Nedda’s love and incredible support.

Lillie Buck

What I love about Animal Communication is that I was able to assist Lillie and both her cats as Marley prepared for departure.

Most of the time, we are so focused on the one who is leaving that we may not notice how difficult this is for those animals remaining behind.  Of course, Emmie was very vocal about her confusion and unhappiness, but other animal companions will react differently.

Remember:  everyone deserves to be included because they are part of the family and will have feelings about the changes that are occurring and coming down the road.

Thank you, Lillie, for sharing your beautiful story and for your kind words about my services.


Even a Horse Needs to Be Grounded

February 12, 2012 by  
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When You Are Grounded, Everything Changes.

Oldenburg Stallion - Breyer model.

Ric, a 6 year old Oldenburg gelding, was very inconsistent in his work. Some days he was “there” and other days he was spooky and disconnected. At 17.2 hands, this made him scary to work with and to ride. His person, Sue, tried Reiki, essential oils, myofascial release, and Tibetan Bowl therapies to no avail.

In an Animal Communication session, Nedda encouraged Ric to speak about how he was feeling. He told her he is very sensitive and doesn’t know how to filter out other people’s thoughts and emotions. He also said he didn’t feel safe in his body. He said he really wants to connect with his person, Sue, but doesn’t really trust anyone. He released a great deal of grief during the conversation. It was clear to Nedda that Ric was not very grounded. In fact, he seemed to be as much out of his body as in it.

In a Multidimensional Healing which Ric cautiously and somewhat suspiciously agreed to have, Nedda and her “upstairs” team of healers opened energy jams in Ric’s knees and hocks that were preventing him from being fully in his body. The chakras in his knees and hocks were cleansed of past life issues that were stuck there and were repaired to full functioning.

Nedda then showed Ric how to breath fully into all 4 of his legs and to feel connected, grounded, and supported by Mother Earth. She followed this with a brain balancing technique that would help him feel mentally connected and able to make choices about what to let in and what to keep out so Ric could create and maintain his own mental/emotional boundaries. Then Nedda filled him with energy, balancing his whole body.

Two days later, Sue reported these changes in Ric:

Ric’s eyes are different. The eyes are full, soft, open, and wide. (He can have very recessed hard eyes. The left eye could be sometimes described as “wild”.)

When I turned him in the indoor his body is again soft and fluid. He looked spectacular playing!

Here is the best part – He has never behaved like this before – After freely moving he came up to me five separate times and stood squarely in front of me. Each “visit” with me showed a progressively increasing, very strong, and powerful energy was radiating from him into my torso. Each time he came to me the vibration was more intense.

At first it was a very intimidating force that really caught me by surprise  — OK –  it shocked me.

Then it became apparent that he was wanted me to feel what his body felt like and he was so grateful. I can still feel him hours later. Pretty cool huh? His eyes stayed soft the entire time I was with him.

Thank you!
Sue R., Wisconsin


Boo Kitty – Lost . . . and Found Again.

February 12, 2012 by  
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A Tale with a Happy Ending

I received the call on Friday morning from a client who told me anxiously that her 4-year old black and white cat, Boo, was missing.


At our appointment time that afternoon, Toni filled me in on the basic information about all her animals, Boo’s usually “come and go” habits, and a bit about the terrain around their home and neighborhood.  Then I talked to Boo.

Boo told me that he wasn’t “lost” exactly – that he knew where he was and where home was.  He had gone exploring and something or someone (he wasn’t sure what it was) had chased him.  He found a good place to hide and wasn’t going to come out until he felt safe, even if it took days.  He said he wasn’t trapped and I saw a picture of him under some wooden stairs outside going up to a house door.

Toni and I spoke with Boo together.  He said he wanted Toni to come find him, and she asked if he could hear her calling.  She had already alerted her neighbors about Boo’s disappearance, but no one had seen him.

“Yes,” replied Boo.  “I can hear you, but I’m too scared to come out.”

After doing the Gold Cord Connection technique that can be used by people to communicate with their missing animals and by the animals to help them find their way home, both Toni and I reassured Boo that whatever had chased him was probably long gone.

“It’s still daylight out,” I told him.  “This is a good time to come out and either go home or ask the people where you are for help.  It’s supposed to become colder tomorrow and may even snow.   Today’s is a good day to come home.”

Boo remained reluctant as Toni reassured him that he had lots of courage and she would come right away and get him as soon as she knew where to come.

Later that day, I received this joyful email from Toni,

Dear Nedda,

Boo in one of his favorite spots.

Boo is safely inside at home. He went to our neighbor’s house just 2 doors away. He went on their back door deck and was hanging all four paws on the screen to be let in. They let him in and recognized him as ours and called my husband who promptly called me to pick him up.

The most surprising thing, was that our normally anti-social cat that doesn’t like to be held was letting them hold him and he made himself comfortable on a bench with their 9-year old twins petting him. I could tell that he was terrified and so relieved to be safe again.

So, you were right. He was within hearing distance, and probably underneath their stairs as you said.

I know that it was your convincing him to come out of hiding that caused him to react this way. I can’t thank you enough!

Toni Allocco
Bernardsville, NJ

Telepathy with Babies? Why not!

January 2, 2012 by  
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Conversations with Twin Infant Boys and

Their Canine Companions

by Nedda Wittels
© 2011
Testimonial by Mena

I had already helped Mena prepare for her sons’ arrival by resolving a situation with one of her dogs, Jake.  Then, when Mena asked me to speak telepathically with her sons, I had no idea whether or not I could do it or what the outcome might be.  Because I was willing to be open to possibilities, everything worked out for the benefit and well-being of all concerned. Nedda Wittels

Dear Nedda,


Thank you for all that you have done for our family with your gifts. Initially, I felt so fortunate to have discovered you and your talents to help us with our dog, Jake. To re-home him was the saddest option in my mind, but to hear how unhappy he was with the impending birth of my babies made me realize he needed a different situation.

His forever mom had been looking for him for a year and when they met, it was instant love. I’ve never seen Jake so happy as he is with his forever mom, even though I thought I was to be his forever mom. Letting him go was the most loving thing I could do for my fur-baby and my phone call with you helped me release him to a more joyful life.

Talking with the twins.

When my twins, Terry and Rob, were born, and we had some complications with Rob, it occurred to me that you might also communicate telepathically with infants. That initial session did so much to help reconnect me with Rob, who was in NICU for a week.

After weeks of distance, we bonded within hours of our call with you. I had felt so disconnected with Rob, unlike Terry, the other twin. Then after our call, they were both connected to me in the way infants should be with their mother.

Another challenge resolved.


This summer, Rob had another surgery where the doctors separated us for a while. Rob was distraught and distressed for days after that situation. When he came home, he was distant and became a fussy baby. I thought he would come out of it on his own, but he didn’t.

After months of his behavior just getting worse, I had another session with you where you spoke telepathically with Rob. Wow! What a difference. He told you about the surgery and how he felt. Being able to explain telepathically what happened helped him let it go.

Rob also had an issue with not wanting to learn to speak words because he is so telepathic, yet his brother, Terry, is already speaking. After you explained to him why it was important for him to learn to use words, while keeping his telepathic abilities, he started showing me he could do sign language the morning after our call.

[Note — These children are living in a multilingual family and are learning several spoken languages and sign language as well. Telepathic communication is completely natural for them, and their mother practices it with them. ]

Nedda, my sons may only be 13 months old, but they have feelings and reactions that affect their psyche. I am so grateful to be able to have you as a tool to reach my boys when words and rational discussion are not yet enough. Immediately after this call, my son Rob was hugging and kissing me constantly, which he hasn’t done since before his surgery. The change is noticeable to others, too. My husband and babysitter both commented that his disposition changed dramatically since yesterday. He is back to being my happy, huggy, kissy baby again.

Lucy is having a hard time adjusting.

Joey and Lucy

[During the call, we spoke with Lucy, who is more sensitive to touch and has difficulties when the 13 month old babies try to pet her. Because Joey is comfortable with the babies, Lucy had become jealous and was growling frequently when the babies and the dogs were all together.]

And, my dogs both responded so positively after our call yesterday.

Joey and Lucy are both making noticeable efforts to give the boys kisses. Lucy’s frustration with Joey seems to have melted away and they have been getting along a lot better.

Lucy now understands why I separate her from the twins and she follows directions quicker when I ask her to leave the room where the boys are. It didn’t occur to me that she thought she was being punished [by being taken out of the room because of her growling] before our call.

Now, Lucy leaves and sits in a place where the boys can’t reach her with flying toys or other hazards that could potentially hurt her and she can still watch them and be a part of the family fun. I’m so proud of her.

Thank you, from the bottom of my heart. My kids and furkids thank you, too.

San Diego, CA




Animal Communication Saves Chip’s Reputation

November 13, 2011 by  
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Animal Communication Helps Chip

Feel and Behavior Better!


This post was written by Ann Leonard, a client of mine.

Thank you, Ann, for sharing this story.  This is why I really love being an Animal Communicator – it’s a powerful way to help people and their animals resolve all sorts of problems.


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This summer (2011) my dog Chip, a German Shepherd, managed to get a foxtail logged in his left cheek. His face became swollen and he looked like he had the mumps. I took him to the vet and she opened the wound and said she hoped she had gotten it all out and gave him some medication to take. All went well until he finished the medication and then the cheek again became enlarged and painful.

Chip with a favorite toy.

Since the regular vet had not solved the problem, I was able to get in to see the holistic vet in very short order and took him there. Despite having been there many times and having no problems, Chip just went crazy when the vet tried to touch his face. Even a muzzle could not totally restrain him. We tried some holistic remedies at home but the swelling remained.

This time I returned to the regular vet asking that the senior veterinarian deal with the problem. Again, Chip acted out as soon as anyone came near him and had to be sedated before he could be taken in for surgery. He came home with a drain in his cheek and a gigantic collar around his neck to keep him from aggravating the wound. Chip was not a very happy camper.

As the time approached to have the drain removed, I was nervous about taking him back to the vets as I really didn’t want them to have to sedate him every time something needed to be done. So I called Nedda and we had a talk with Chip.

It turned out that Chip was very angry at all the veterinarian staff because he felt that none of them had asked his permission to examine him nor had they explained to him in advance what they were going to do. He felt disrespected! He said he had been very worried about the wound and it was also quite painful.

Nedda and I told Chip that we agreed with his concerns about how he had been treated, but that acting out was actually not good for him either. Then Nedda did a healing to help deal with the pain. In addition, Nedda suggested some flower essences to help restore his self-confidence and overcome his fears and anxieties.

I was a nervous wreck the day I took Chip to have the drain removed, but Chip was wonderful. I told the nice tech about his concerns and she was very sympathetic and caring, asking his permission to treat him and telling him what was going to happen. In a relatively short time, Chip emerged without the drain and was very pleased with himself for his good behavior. When we returned a week or so later for a check-up and to have the collar removed, he was an angel once again, and all went well.

We are very grateful to Nedda for helping us get to the bottom of this problem. I no longer am concerned that Chip will be labeled a bad dog at the veterinarians.

Ann Leonard, Los Angeles, CA

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