Transformation -Come Out Of The Woods!
I’m going to be honest. The reason this blog is coming out so late is that I got lost in the woods for quite a long time today. Getting lost on a hike had to happen at some point this year because it happens every year (at least a two or three times), so why not right out of the starting gate?
Rather than hide this rather embarrassing fact about myself I mention it because it is a reminder that if we don’t do something different things will likely remain the same.
I take this as a opportunity to learn from my mistakes and focus on how I can make this year better for my animals and for myself. In particular, I need to take action to prevent a sad and unfortunate hiking incident.
The same prevention applies to focusing on problems with our animal family members after the fact.
Trying to fix a problem is an option but why not use an ounce of prevention and utilize the gifts that have been given us to do so? I would rather set aside time out of my schedule to ask my animals about how they are feeling in many facets of life then wait until there is an major issue. That is the beauty of animal communication. We don’t have to wait until there is a problem. Of course, we can’t prevent every little thing from happening but I would rather know that I did all that I could to improve their lives as much as possible. For instance, something as simple as an animal picking up on increased stress due to an upcoming relocation can potentially be addressed via animal communication (see below).
Animal Communication Success Story!
Anne thank you for helping Nellie (Maine Coon cat) to prepare for our move across country. The combination of essential oils and giving her the opportunity to talk about her thoughts about what would help her feel less stressed has already improved her behavior. She is much calmer now. Meredith – NC
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