So how do animal readings work?
I will usually do two readings, maybe
more. The first will last about half an hour, enough time
to connect with your animal/s, hear your needs, answer any
questions you may have for them and work to resolve what
needs resolving. I then work with them afterwards by doing
healing work on them or showing them ways to help them change
certain behaviors, going over what was said to make sure
they really are OK with it all and willing to comply.
I then check in with you a few days later, to see how things
are going. I do a short reading with them and you to see
if anything else may have come up for either them or you.
I teach you some basic animal communication techniques,
during our readings, to help your pet through any transitions.
If you are willing to work at it
a bit, we can work together to use your imagination and
'speak' to them in pictures, which will help keep the new
"BECOME AN ALCHEMIST.
Transmute base metal into gold, suffering into consciousness,
disaster into enlightenment." Eckhart Tolle
Originally from Britain now living
in Austin Texas...
Born in England, we soon sailed for
South America, where I lived for my first seven years. I
remember the calls of the exotic birds, snorkeling with
my father in the warm Caribbean sea, swimming with and touching
the bright-colored fish. My mother had us exploring jungles,
sleeping in hammocks, riding horses through rivers thick
with piranhas, herding cattle! One of my first memories
was running naked in the Amazon river on one of these expeditions.
She wrote for National Geographic. I was often allowed to
join them. Another strong memory was when I was about two
years old. I remember being very high up and looking in
awe as eagles flew above us. We were on the top of Mount
My parents and their friends would drive to the coast for
the weekends where I'd be wrapped tightly into a hammock
on arrival at night, only to wake up on a deserted beach
ready to explore the animal life.
When we returned to Britain, it was ponies and any farm
animal I could hang out with. I spent hours with animals.
They soothed my soul, they were part of it somehow. It was
not until I was about nine that I fell deeply in love with
a small bullock. He lived in a large covered enclosure with
hundreds of other heifers. When I would arrive, he'd recognize
me and walk, usually trot over to greet me. He was a delight
and I would talk in my mind to him.
Eventually, I would imagine him standing
in a certain place in the enclosure after being driven there,
as if I could will him wherever I wanted him to be. It was
quite astounding the first time I did it. Suddenly, there
he was, standing in that spot waiting for me. I was utterly
blown away with the fact that they were not beasts with
little brains or dull feelings. They were smart and intuitive--and
able to communicate in a deeply intricate way that even
most humans can't. My reverence for animals became real.
I knew I was onto something and I would experiment daily
with picturing something as a way of asking him to do things.
I did it with a friend’s chickens. We would both imagine
the picture of what we wanted them to do and watch as the
chickens quite often did what we were both imagining. My
darling heifer was slaughtered, not something I had expected,
and was it was so traumatic to me that I numbed out my ability
to communicate. I did pick up things strongly when around
horses, but I would not allow it in for fear of another
broken heart. I never forgot the secret and later became
a vegan for 15 years, avoiding leather in memory of this
wonderful animal and his friends.
I now eat fish and bless it in my own way by honoring its
form. I believe now that none of us truly dies, just our
form. WE essentially are always alive and will never be
gone. Animals have taught me this. Working in dog pounds,
I would go in so scarred for them and sad, and they'd 'tell'
me over and over that death was not their main concern.
They wanted to find a human with whom they could share their
special healing power-- loving, helping, healing us in some
way. They choose us, according to their way of thinking.
Their job to help us wake up and use our incredible minds,
bodies and souls for an enlightened existence.
They hang out in BEING all their lives, something we need
as most of us spend our time being 'floating heads' cut
off and stressed out, thinking, thinking, thinking.
As humans I believe we will evolve beyond thought, above
it, only dipping into the mind when needed. Animals dip
in and out of thought living below it, trusting body language,
intuition and telepathy to communicate. Thinking is a tool
but it run our lives. Being out of thought brings us into
the present moment, like animals, resting in the powerful
existence of this moment.
When I moved to Austin nine years ago, I was told by a stranger
I could read animals thoughts and I should start doing it
again. I read one friends dog and got inundated by people
just by word of mouth. It took off. Five years later I slowed
down with my pregnancy, actually I found I wasn’t really
hearing the animals as well but my communication with my
unborn child was growing in this way, this ability came
in use during his non verbal years. I was able to hear what
he needed by feeling it empathically, both in and out of
my tummy. _Talking with animals teaches me that Divine Intelligence
exists. I can't do this and deny God. Now I am able to give
healing to animals. I am directed on an intuitive level
to follow light, and the results are real and humbling.
I never forget that the pictures I see from the animals
are a gift from the animal to me, and it is Divine Love
that I trust in that helps me see them.
My goals are to help zoos and parks communicate with wild
animals in captivity. To help people learn this way of communication
and to connect people to their animals on a deeper level.
I am writing my first book about this in September with
a professional writer, and I continue to help others learn
or re-remember this forgotten art.
My mother, son and I in Africa