Do You Intuitively Know What Your Animal Is Feeling?

February 20, 2018 by  
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Intuition Is Part of Animal Communication.

Two dogs communicating.

Intuition often appears as a feeling or knowing or an awareness about something.

Many people receive telepathically from animals in this way, but may not recognize it as true Animal Communication.

Often humans expect and desire to receive communication from animals in words, or even pictures.

But there is no one “right” way to experience Animal Communication.

When first learning to communication telepathically, you will be more successful if you start out where you already are.

In other words, when you receive messages intuitively and accept that, “this is how I receive telepathic information right now,” you will open yourself to receive and expand your telepathic ability with animals from there.

In contrast, if you say, “No, I don’t want to receive telepathically that way.  I want to do it another way,” you’re creating a barrier of energy that will block your receptivity to messages from animals.

To strengthen your intuitive receptivity, follow through on your intuitive insights.

This provides a feedback loop that will help you expand your intuitive receptivity.

For example, if you sense your animal may be feeling sad, say something to the animal, such as ‘I’m wondering if you’re feeling sad.”

Watch how your animal responds to your verbal statement.  You may notice physical signals that acknowledge your statement, such as a sigh, or closing of the eyes, for example.  The response can be many different things, so just notice … notice … notice.

If you sense that there’s something wrong with your animal that requires veterinary help, don’t wait for symptoms.  Go to a veterinarian that you trust and have them check out the animal.

You be surprised how this can save the animal’s life.  And even if the veterinarian finds nothing wrong, the feedback will help you strengthen your intuitive abilities.

By working with your telepathic abilities at whatever level they are, you will soon find them expanding.

Your animals will appreciate knowing that you’re making an effort to communicate with them in their natural language:  telepathic animal communication.

You’ll also find that increased intuitive ability can be a powerful tool in other areas of your life, such as when making decisions about jobs, where to live, or even whether to trust someone.

If intuition is your primary way of receiving animal communication, accept it with joy and work with it.  The benefits will be great, and you’ll soon find yourself receiving telepathically from animals in other ways.

 

Read more about Animal Communication.

 

 

In Memoriam: Violet

In Memoriam, Violet

A CAT FOR ALL SEASONS

Violet reincarnated to be with me for 4 lifetimes.  At the close of this life, I want to honor all 4 incarnations of this amazing being.

If you’re not sure you believe in reincarnation, this memorial might give you some food for thought.

FIRST LIFETIME

In her first life with me, Violet was a black and white male cat my sisters and I named Felix, after the cartoon character.  It was a short life, and that’s all I remember about it.  We had many cats, all of whom lived outside with shelter in the garage.

SECOND LIFETIME

In her second life with me, Violet was a muted tortoiseshell named Sappho.  She was very Siamese-like, with larger ears and a dominant attitude.  We were very, very close.

She was born in Maine at one of my sister’s homes and we bonded on the long car trip home.

We were together for 7 years until my life took me away to find out who I was.  Sappho went to live with someone else.  She left her body soon after.

THIRD LIFETIME — A POWERFUL REUNION

Violet in her 3rd lifetime.

Violet sitting on the back stoop.  She was terribly cross-eyed, but still gorgeous.

In her third life with me, Violet came as a blue point Siamese rescued from the streets.  She was nearly half starved.  When I got her home, she settled onto my heart center, and I instantly recognized her as having been Sappho.

Violet was terrified of going out on the stoop, so one day I carried her outside.  Her fear and panic were palpable.  This is how I learned that she had been picked up and put outside and abandoned.

So the healing began around that, too.  Soon she felt comfortable sitting on the back stoop, where I would sit with her so she never felt abandoned.

Violet assigned herself the role of my personal supervisor, whether I wanted one or not.

If I was sick, she would never leave my side.  If I got out of bed for tea or soup, she would run up and down the stairs demanding vocally and telepathically that I “get back in that bed so I can heal you.”

Unfortunately, Violet never fully recovered from the stress and damage she had gone through on the streets.  She also had powerful emotional debris around my leaving her and keeping Echo, my Arabian horse, who had been with me during Violet’s previous life with me.

Echo was still with me when Violet came back, and Violet’s jealousy was intense.  When Echo was euthanized in 1998, Violet announced, “I’m in charge of your life now.

Three days later, Echo visited in spirit and Violet, mortified, became seriously ill.  I nursed her diligently for 10 months, but she wasn’t strong enough to recover.  She had been with me only 4 and a half years.  Her jealously had turned into leukemia.

FOURTH, MOST RECENT LIFETIME

Violet as a kitten.

Violet “walked in”  to become a Siamese kitten again.

Five days after being euthanized in August, 1999, Violet showed up in spirit and began demanding that we plan her return together.  She insisted on coming back through a Siamese cattery.  She completely orchestrated her return as a female, Siamese Blue Point kitten.

The week I expected her to be born, she “walked in” to the body of an 8-week old female and began screaming at the humans who were considering her for another family.  The previous personality had been very demure, so the sudden change in behavior got the attention of the breeder at Reprise Siamese.  They called and asked me to speak with the upset baby.

As soon as I connected with the kitten, I heard:

VIOLET:  “Where are you?  Come get me!  They want to give me to someone else.”

NEDDA:  “Calm down Violet.  You’ve made your point.  I’ll come get you in a few days.”

I was late arriving to pick up Violet, who sat by the front door of the cattery the entire morning waiting for me.  The breeder said she would stand up on her tiny legs and try to look out through the screen door.  When I came in the house, she took off running through the cattery crying, “She’s here!  She’s here!”

When we got home, Violet stepped out of the cat carrier as though she had just been away for a short car trip.  She recognized where she was immediately.  She took over the house as if she had never left.  She knew where the food was, where the litter box was, and despite being very tiny, made it up the stairs to claim her place in “her” bed where she allowed me sleep.

Sakhara was here to greet Violet that first day.  Sakhara took one look at her as she emerged from the cat carrier, and said, “You need a bath,” whereupon a protesting kitten was thoroughly washed.

Thus began the nearly 18 years of Violet’s fourth lifetime with me.

— SANDY

Sandy, the male kitten Violet rejected.

Sandy, about 10 months old when I caught him.

Violet never wanted another cat in my life.  I was grateful she had allowed Sakhara to come.  We had discussed this while Violet was still in spirit, and she had given permission for me to bring Sakhara home.

In 2004, I used a Have-a-Heart trap to catch a young, grey tiger, male I named Sandy.  He had been abandoned in the neighborhood, and I had been feeding him and other feral cats in the back yard.

Violet was furious and insanely jealous.  She attacked Sandy constantly as I tried to integrate him, and I found the tip of his tail bleeding several times.

Then, Violet stopped eating.  She was fretting, running up and down the stairs, and losing weight.  So I gave up any attempts to integrate Sandy, and found him another home.

— STARLIGHT ARRIVES

After Violet’s intense reaction to Sandy, you can imagine my concerns when Echo announced in 2012 that she was coming back to me as a kitten.

Would Violet welcome Echo back in any form?

Could they learn to live together?

Violet, Sakhara, and Starlight in window seat.

Violet, Sakhara, and Starlight in window seat.

Fortunately for all of us, Violet agreed that Starlight could come.  She and Sakhara had actual meetings about it.  I walked into a room one day where the two of them were “in conference” about the kitten who would soon arrive.  They shooed me out, as this was “private.”

The two adult cats decided that Violet would take the lead in integrating Starlight and teaching her “how to be a cat.”  Starlight immediately fell in love with Violet and totally acquiesced to Violet’s authority.  This made it easy for Violet to accept her.

Starlight says:

I love Violet.  She was a wonderful teacher.  I think she was mystified because I always wanted to play and she was so serious, but she was also very patient with me, and very loving, too.

Violet gave me a lot of rules of follow, but then her heart softened and she forgave Echo.  Once that happened, she was more generous about allowing me to do things, like sit in Nedda’s lap in the living room to be brushed.

I miss Violet very much and hope to speak with her soon.

— TIME TO SAY GOODBYE

And now it’s time to say goodbye to Violet yet again.  Not easy to do at all.

Violet in 2015

Violet in 2015.

Violet was named for the Violet Flame or Violet Ray which is guarded by Ascended Master St. Germain.  She is a very advanced healer, which she demonstrated many times both in caring for me and others, and helping me do healings for clients.

If I hadn’t been telepathic with animals, I never would have known Violet’s sense of humor.  Her wise cracks and cryptic remarks often caused me to burst with peals of laughter.

For example,

I’m taking a bath.  The bathroom is located off a hall that goes between 2 bedrooms.  Violet is going up and back between the two rooms calling for me.

The door to the bathroom is open, so I can see and hear Violet as she goes by.

NEDDA:  “Violet, what are you doing?”

VIOLET:  “I’m playing hide and seek.”

NEDDA:  “Who are you playing with?”

VIOLET:  “You.”

NEDDA:  “Violet, you know I’m in the bathtub.”

VIOLET:  “Yes, but I don’t like getting wet, so I’m looking for you out here.”

There’s no question in my mind that Violet is a strong minded, strong willed soul who insisted on doing things her own way.  Sakhara often sat back and watched us argue about things, refusing to get involved.

She smashed a lovely 14″ porcelain statue of Quan Yin because I wasn’t paying attention to her despite her demands for me to leave the computer.

She bit both ears of a lovely statue of the Egyption cat goddess, Bast.

Violet loved to sit in my lap, to constantly touch me, and be close.  She was very good at claiming me.  Violet had a great deal of tenacity, and what she wanted, she usually got because she never, ever gave up.

Sakhara, being an expert mother cat, allowed Violet to do whatever she wanted.  This contributed to Sakhara not having much cuddling for herself.

It took both Sakhara and me to raise Violet, who was very active.  As my “Supervisor” she went everywhere I went in the house.  When repairmen came she would inspect them, their tools, and everything they did.  It all had to meet with her approval.

As a kitten, Violet would wrestle with Sakhara, who was a much larger cat than a Siamese.

“Moma” Sakhara would hold Violet down, being the adult, and Violet would scream as though she were being murdered.  As soon as she got free, she would jump on Sakhara’s head as if nothing had happened.

I asked her about this one day, and she said, “My scream is like the sounds made in Karote, the equivalent of ‘Hai Yah!'”  I had to laugh.  It sounded nothing like that to my human ears, but what did I know?

— THE END TIMES

For the last 3 years of her life, Violet was in renal failure.  I managed her health with lots of love, a natural electrolyte mix, and various other holistic remedies.  In addition, she had chiropratic whenever she needed it.

Because of a bad reaction to a rabies vaccine when Violet was about 4 years old, she was chronically constipated her whole life.  This got worse with the kidney failure, and in the last few months made things very uncomfortable for her.  While I never gave up trying to find a solution to all this, time wore her body down.

So on Tuesday, July 11, 2017, when Sakhara and I and our veterinarian, Dr. Amy Matthews of Animal Wellness in East Granby, CT, made the appointment for Sakhara’s euthaniasia at my home, I got off the phone, and turned immediately to speak with Violet, lying comfortably in one of the cat beds on the bay window ledge.  I spoke to her quietly.

“Violet.  Please consider what I’m about to tell you.”

Violet lifted her head and looked right at me.

“Amy is coming Thursday evening, two nights from now, and Sakhara will be helped to leave her body.  She’s ready and wants to go and wants help to do it.

“I love you very much and I don’t want to rush you to leave.  However, I do encourage you to think about leaving when Sakhara does on Thursday.

“Your body is really struggling, and I’m not sure you’re able to make it comfortably until next week.  Amy won’t be able to come back a second time before then, and the last thing I want for you is a trip to an emergency vet.

“I don’t want you to be in terrible pain, and I would take you if you need to go.  But I’m really OK if you want to leave when Sakhara leaves.”

Violet put her head back down and closed her eyes.  She said nothing at all, but I could feel her considering the situation.

The next morning, Violet ate, and then vomited her entire breakfast.  She refused any more food.

On Thursday morning, Violet stopped drinking water.  I could feel the shift in her.  She was already beginning the process of departure.

Violet was euthanized that evening right after Sakhara.

Her spirit was already expanded 2 feet out from her body before she was given the injection.

Her guides where there to welcome her and take her home.

PHOTO SERIES:  THE MANY EXPRESSIONS OF VIOLET

Violet after breakfast bath.

Violet’s daily after-breakfast bath.

Violet peeking around a door.

Violet peeking around a door.

Violet and Melissa.

Violet readily accepted Melissa, who helped keep Violet physically moving and active.

Magnificent Violet

Magnificent!

 

Animal Communication Saved My Horse’s Life.

April 2, 2017 by  
Filed under Learn Animal Communication, New Posts

 

Echo, a grey Arabian Mare, was my horse.

A telepathic “knowing” was enough.

Many years ago, my horse friend, Echo, was staying at a barn about 10 minutes away from where I lived.

It was a hot summer Sunday, and while visiting her that morning, I had given her some deworming medicine, a brand I had never used before.

The day was lovely, and I fell asleep outside in a comfortable chair under some trees.

Suddenly, I popped up, wide awake.  “Something is wrong at the barn,” I thought to myself.

I just knew I had to go there immediately.

Upon arriving, I found Echo in her stall looking very uncomfortable.  She wasn’t eating her hay and if horses could vomit, she probably would have, but horse’s aren’t designed that way.

I stayed with her for several hours, doing some gentle energy work with her.  Finally she relaxed and began eating.  I knew then that she would be fine.

Because I received her message telepathically and responded immediately, I had probably saved her from having colic on a day when no one else would have been around for many hours to help her.

Since horses can die from colic, I considered us both very “lucky.”  It was a few years later that I finally realized that I was truly communicating telepathically with Echo.

What would we do without telepathic communication with animals?

Those of us who have been communicating telepathically since childhood may have convinced ourselves as we grew up that we were imagining these conversations.

Some of us buried our abilities, hid them away, and forgot how to use them.

Others, like myself, kept using them, but then would quickly compartmentalize them or label them as  intuition or some bizzare coincidence.

Today, I can no longer even imagine not being able to communicate telepathically with my own animals.  It is a part of my daily life and I’ve come to take it for granted.

Of course, I also communicate telepathically for clients as well.  I find it very satisfying to hear (or know or feel or sense or intuit) what an animal is thinking about, or feeling, or wanting their person to understand.

You, too, can expand your telepathic abilities with animals.

I encourage you to make it your intention to keep practicing.  The old adage, “use it or lose it” really does apply to this as to any skill.

Here are few tips on expanding your abilities:

  • Just start having conversations every day about something.  They don’t have to be long conversations.  You just have to do it until it becomes automatic – a habit.
  • Tell your animals you want to practice speaking telepathically with them.  One or more of them will probably volunteer to help you.  Just ask them!
  • Always acknowledge what an animal says, and if s/he makes a request, do your best to grant it and then follow through.
  • BE PLAYFUL!  If you’re too serious, you may block out the funny little quips and “smart ass” comments some animals love to make.
  • Expand your telepathic horizons.  When you’re outside and you see a wild animal or even if you see one through a window, take a moment to say, “Hello” and notice the response.  If you get one, identify yourself.  If not, that’s OK, too.

The more you speak

telepathically with animals,

the more your abilities will expand.

As you’ve seen, even a “knowing” can make a vital difference, especially if you pay attention to it, follow through, and give yourself acknowledgment for doing so.

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To review other basics of telepathic communication, consider the TWA Basic Principles home study course which will help you review the basics and renew your skills.

Need help with a conversation you’re having with your animals?  An Animal Communication Session with a professional can provide feedback, give confirmation, and unlock a mystery that you may be struggling to understand about your animal.

Viggo and the Litter Box

A Case Study.

Viggo in the cat tree.

The beautiful Viggo

Why was this magnificent male

urinating outside the litter box?

When Renie Morris contacted me on November 30, 2016, about her beloved cat, Viggo, she was, to use her own words, “in desperation.”

Although she had worked with me for a few sessions in 2015 to change Viggo’s inappropriate urination behavior, the situation with Viggo had deteriorated over time.

THE “DESPERATE” SITUATION

Viggo with his buddy, Aiden.

Viggo with his buddy, Aiden.

Viggo is an elegant black male cat.  He was found by Renie and her husband, Ross, at a veterinary office where his family had left him to be adopted.  He was around 2 years old.  At that time, Viggo used the litter box consistently.

About a year later, Aidan, a lovely male, orange tiger kitten, came to live with them.  Aidan and Viggo integrated well.  It wasn’t until Aidan was about a year old that Viggo began urinating outside the litter box.

Over the following 3 years, Viggo had episodes when he would urinate inappropriately and then return to using the litter box.  His preferred spots were on a queen-sized bed, a day bed, and finally, a brand new sofa.  The sofa was a kind of “last straw” for Renie and Ross.

The new sofa.

The new sofa.

Viggo had not had any UTI (urinary tract infections), so further investigation was needed.  The frequency of his inappropriate urination had increased over time, and was now intolerable for his other family members.

Viggo’s relationship with Aidan deteriorated.  Aidan likes things clean and neat, and was expressing his displeasure at finding urine around the house by attacking Viggo.  Renie’s husband, Ross, was losing patience with the whole situation and was asking that Viggo be caged.  This is where things were when Renie contacted me on November 30, 2016

Renie was open to trying a variety of approaches to resolve the situation because of her strong heart-bond with Viggo.  I was willing to creatively brainstorm and ask for higher guidance for assistance.

Ultimately, a combination of approaches applied over time and overlapping each other have brought about significant changes.

HOMEOPATHY

Viggo was already receiving homeopathic remedies chosen by Dr. Loops, a veterinarian trained in that approach.  According to Renie, Dr. Loops felt that Viggo was compulsive in his behaviors.  While the homeopathic remedies helped Viggo in many ways,  the chronic peeing outside the litter box continued, and Dr. Loops could not promise that homeopathy alone would resolve the issue.

ANIMAL COMMUNICATION

Although I had spoken to Viggo in 2015, we began in December, 2016, with Animal Communication.  Viggo needed to understand how desperate his family was to help him.  He needed to commit to wanting help.

Viggo did understand his humans’ unhappiness, but didn’t feel that he could stop himself from peeing on the sofa that Renie and Ross had just purchased.  During the months that followed, I continued to work with Viggo and Renie.

FLOWER ESSENCES

Beautiful pink yarrow flowers.

Pink Yarrow helps prevent us from sucking up other people’s emotions by creating a clearer emotional boundary of personal space.

Aidan had started attacking Viggo when the inappropriate urination become chronic.  One of the first things I did was to negotiate, as much as possible, a peaceful settlement between the two cats.   To support this, I suggested flower essences for both the boys, as each needed different ones.

Viggo is extremely sensitive to how others are feeling, so I suggested to Renie that calming the energy of the house might be helpful.  Misting the house with Rescue Remedy once a day after she and her husband return home from work might make a difference.

We also discussed other things she and Ross could do to keep the energies at home more peaceful, such as clearing their own energies when returning home from work.

In addition, Viggo was given flower essences for developing clearer and stronger emotional boundaries.

THE EMOTION CODE™¹

By December, 2015, Viggo’s inappropriate peeing behavior had not significantly changed, although his overall attitude towards life was better.

At the time I was training to become a Certified Emotion Code™ Practitioner².  I explained to Renie how the system worked and suggested that clearing trapped emotions and removing Viggo’s heart wall might help change his behavior.  Both Renie and Viggo agreed to try it.

 “PHANTOM LIMB SYNDROME” IN DECLAWED PAWS

In my experience as a professional Animal Communicator, I have found that some declawed cats experience phantom limb pain, just as a some humans do after losing a part of their extremities.

Viggo had told me that his paws hurt.  A cat with painful paws may find certain types of cat litter uncomfortable.  I decided to check with the Emotion Code™ to see if there were emotional blocks in Viggo’s paws that might be contributing to his discomfort.

Sure enough, he had emotions in both forefeet that had been declawed.  By releasing all the emotions trapped there, we eliminated Viggo’s phantom limb discomfort.

TAKING DOWN VIGGO’s “HEART WALL”

In over 20 years of working as a professional Animal Communicator, I have found that many animals who have been in rescue situations have put up protective walls around their hearts.  These are actual walls around their hearts that were created to prevent the physical/emotional heart from breaking.

Heart Walls are a form of protection, but can also become a barrier to giving and receiving love.  When we are unable to let love in, we often develop behaviors that get us attention, even if the attention is negative.  That’s what a compulsive behavior does, i.e., it’s an inappropriate way to ask for attention and love.

The first step was to take down Viggo’s heart wall, which was 2 inches thick.

After only 2 Emotion Code™ sessions, Viggo’s Heart Wall was completely gone.  However, he needed a month to integrate this change.

To help him feel protected, I installed an energy shield that would help him keep out uncomfortable feelings that belonged to other people.  Renie agreed to remind him each day to make sure his shield is activated.

ADDING A SECOND LITTER BOX

Images of the 2 litter boxes.

2 cats – 2 litter boxes.

Over many years of having cats myself and working with clients’ cats, I’ve learned that when you have more than 1 cat living indoors, you often need more than 1 litter box.  The typical rule for cats who live entirely inside is

# of litter boxes = # number of cats + 1 (one)

In other words, for 2 cats, you need 3 boxes.

Sometimes you can get away with 2 cats sharing one box, but if you have a cat who is urinating inappropriately, having at least 1 box per cat in 2 different locations may make it possible for each cat to have his or her own private spot.  For some cats, privacy is essential.

So Renie got a second box.  Renie showed the box to Viggo and Aidan, and encouraged Viggo to use it.  Within a few days things began to shift.  What surprised both Renie and me was that Aidan began using the new box, while Viggo began using the old box more regularly to urinate.  Of course, as long as Viggo was using one of the boxes, Renie and Ross were happier.

ELIMINATING COMPULSIVE BEHAVIORS

With Viggo’s heart wall gone and Viggo feeling safe and more love, I was then able to release the energy of his compulsive urination behavior.  All living beings need attention, and psychology has demonstrated that negative attention is better than no attention at all.

In Viggo’s case, he was getting plenty of attention from Renie and Ross, but the heart wall had kept much of it at a distance.  With his heart wall gone, it was no longer necessary for Viggo to seek negative attention.

With the energy of the compulsive need gone, Viggo could consciously make some new choices.

“DON’T EXPECT THINGS TO CHANGE QUICKLY OR IN A STRAIGHT LINE”

As I worked with Viggo and Renie over the weeks and months, each step we took, each technique used, and each aspect healed contributed to helping Viggo shift into a new way of living.  No one thing that was done would have been enough to resolve the situation. 

With each step, Viggo would change in some way.  He might become more playful, or more affectionate, or more relaxed.  He might use the litter box more frequently, but then go back to using inappropriate locations.

There is no magic pill or incantation that will resolve inappropriate urination, especially when the behavior has been going on for a long time.  It takes commitment, creativity, and the application of a variety of healing methods to move things along in the desired direction.

AND FINALLY … OR AT LEAST FOR NOW …

Viggo and Aiden sharing their cat tree.

Viggo and Aiden content in their cat tree.

Viggo’s story demonstrates that the road to success may have many ups and downs, twists and turns, and even the illusion of detours before inappropriate urination behavior can be fully resolved.

From my perspective, it’s clear that no single approach was enough to completely change Viggo’s behavior.

It took a lot of creative thinking and experimentation on everyone’s part to come up with the approaches that were taken.

It took a lot of willingness on Renie’s part to experiment with different approaches.

Renie’s love for Viggo propelled her on, and her determination and love for him were key factors in bringing things to a better place.

Once you accept that there isn’t going to be a “quick fix”, you are more open to creating the real solution that will enable a cat to have a happy, loving life.

On February 17, 2017, Renie wrote to me,

A week has passed and it’s been quite uneventful.  Viggo has been using the bedroom litter box every couple of days and in between goes in the bathroom one.  Still not going in the wrong places.  He had his [homeopathic] remedy today and we continue to tell him to keep his shields up.  He is acting very outgoing and loving and he and Aidan interact a lot.

Thanks again.  I’m a lot more optimistic now.

Renie

In my mind, Viggo is still a “work in progress.”

Only time will tell how this situation will ultimately work out.  For now, the important thing is that Viggo has made a great deal of improvement in his letter box usage, and everyone is optimistic that he will continue to do better.

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¹ The Emotion Code™ is the creation of Dr. Bradley Nelson.  For more information about this approach to healing, visit http://www.theemotioncode.tv

² I am now a Certified Emotion Code™ Practitioner and am using this technique with both my animal and human clients.  If you would like assistance for yourself or for one of your animals, please contact me at neddaw@sbcglobal.net.

Defying the Odds

Veterinary Prognosis:  She Won’t Survive.

Abby before her injury.

Abby, Before Her Injury.

Ellie, one of my clients, called me about a dog named Abby who had been viciously attacked by another dog.   The attacker had ripped open Abby’s belly and intestines.  Even after major surgery, things didn’t look very good for Abby.

I was told that the veterinarian had little to no hope for Abby’s recovery.

Had Abby also heard this?  And if she had, did she accept the veterinarian’s viewpoint as written in stone?

Reconstructive surgery repaired the abdominal wall and removed damages portions of Abby’s intestines, leaving Abby very weak and septic.  The bowel contents that had poured into her belly had caused peritonitis.  Further surgery to seal any additional leaks from her gut wasn’t an option because of how sick and weak Abby had become.

Abby’s person, Briteny, took Abby home so that they could spend time together before Abby passed.

Could this situation be turned around?

First I did an Animal Communication with Abby and Briteny.  We spoke about how Abby didn’t have to accept the veterinarian’s judgment about her chances of recovery.  Then I recommended that Abby be given flower essences, such as Rescue Remedy, to help her body deal with the shock and trauma she had experienced.

Finally, I did an energy healing session for Abby.

After calling on higher guidance and receiving Abby’s permission to do the healing, the healing guides and I focused on boosting Abby’s immune system by stimulating white blood cell production and activity.

All the organs involved in this process received special attention, especially her thymus gland, her spleen, and her bone marrow.

Then the focus shifted to helping the rest of Abby’s body recover from the attack.  We released emotions that could create energetic blocks to healing, removed stagnant energies, cleansed and balanced her chakra system, and filling her up with the Divine Light and Love.

One of the healing teams repaired the etheric template for her physical body, which if damaged, can prevent a full recovery.

After the healing session, Abby slept deeply.

And then the miracle started to happen.  Abby began to improve.

Ellie wrote:

You worked with her at 5pm Thursday…according to the vet Abby wasn’t going to make it.  At 6 pm Thursday, Abby got up from her bed and started eating and drinking on her own.

On Saturday, Abby was up and playing ball in the backyard.

[Today, Wednesday,] she is still eating and drinking on her own, and fighting off that infection.

The vet cannot believe it.

I know you were with her in her darkest hours.  Thank you for being there in this emergency situation. 

Ellie

On Wednesday, Briteny wrote:

She is doing lots better. The vet cannot explain why she is still alive. She still has an infection but the vet believes it is lots better than it was. Abby has gotten a lot of her appetite back and is eating and drinking on her own. She walks around and even has gone up and down a few steps. She’s not out of the woods.

What made the difference?

Abby is a brave soul who listened carefully when I told her that she didn’t have to die just because the veterinarian was not optimistic about her situation.  In addition,

Her desire to survive, combined with the energetic healing session, gave Abby the opportunity to turn things around.

The love and attention that Briteny gave Abby also played a significant role in helping Abby recover.

When I do a healing for someone, I know that what happens isn’t up to me.  It’s entirely up to the human or animal who receives the energies.

By staying open to possibilities, I create a sacred space for miracles to happen.

Sometimes they do.

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