Misty looks straight at me and says, “Do you think I’m going to take that.” Misty is telling me how she reacts to people and other horses if she is not happy. She has a “sassy” side and she let’s people know how she is feeling.
Misty’s person, Kellie, burst out laughing, “Does she ever.”
Kellie, a fellow animal communicator, had some questions for Misty, a horse in her mid-20’s. “When it comes to my own critters my heart blocks the messages even though my body still feels.”
Often people would like to be able to talk with their own animals and wonder if that will be possible. In fact, our animals are often our greatest teachers. They encourage us to open ourselves to listen to them. I am always delighted to see my students achieving their goals through our work together. However, when there are serious concerns with our animals, a concern might arise that we are open enough to hear all that is being said.
Kellie wanted to know if Misty’s cancer diagnosis was causing Misty any pain? Misty refers to the cancer as “inflammation” and it can cause joint pain. She also shows me one ankle that has been injured that causes discomfort. She says that sometimes she loses balance. “I would like for the swelling in my body to go down.”
Kellie brought her concerns to me and explained that she sensed that Misty is transitioning out of her physical body. Wanting to know if Misty needed help, Kellie asked, “Am I reading the signs wrong? Does she want assistance?” Misty felt to me that she is “lighter” in her physical body but that she is not ready to go. She says that energy work would help her right now to stay more centered and in her body. It would help to smooth things out. She is not feeling that she wants a ‘shot’ that would transition her. Misty explained, “I feel like I am still too connected to this earth.”
Animal communication is information that comes directly from the animals. We learn about how the animal is feeling and what they are thinking. It does not take the place of good veterinary care and not intended to diagnose or treat illness. However, the great news is that animal communication can be used in conjunction with veterinary care to provide animals with a voice in their treatment.
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