Sunday, October 24, 2010
I participated in an event that was very poorly attended this weekend.  Everyone was a bit disgruntled because they had spent a lot of money to participate.  Nothing make people grouchier than to feel like they have wasted money.  Right?  Bulldog to the rescue.

This bulldog named Elvis is a service dog for a woman who has seizures. Elvis will alert her if she is about to have a seizure so she can sit down.  How amazing is this? 

Elvis wore his University of Auburn shirt yesterday and when people saw him their cranky faces changed to smiles.  Nothing makes people feel better than an animal's perfect spirit.  Of course I talked to Elvis and he told me a few things.  He told me he was hungry and tired and wanted to go home on Friday night.  He takes his job seriously and loves doing it.   Yesterday he told me that his mom never stops talking!  After visiting briefly with her I could understand his viewpoint.  I gave him a massage using a technique I know called TTouch.  He thought is was heavenly. The honor was mine!
Saturday, October 9, 2010
Amber left the earth last November and her mom felt like it would help her if I tried to communicate with her.  Amber was from the state of California.  The first thing I 'heard' when I tapped into her energy was the song Inky Dinky Parlez Vous.  Of course, I wrote it down.  It doesn't matter if my client thinks I'm crazy or not.  I asked her who met her when she passed and she told me Grandfather Kenny , Suzanne and Clark Gable.

Amber told me that she came to teach her Mom how to love and she learned how lovable she is.  When my heart stopped hers took on my energy. 

A few days later I heard from her Mom. 

Thank you so much for the wonderful reading with Amber!  I cried but in a good way.  I had a little pet name for her.  Amber Dinkis.  I would sing the 'Inky-Dinky' song to her but change the words to include her name.  She is right about my heart break of letting her go.  It was very hard to do.  I'm not quite sure about the 'Clark Gable' connection, but that could be something she experienced before our relationship together.  I am not at all surprised that my father (Grandfather Kenny) and my grandmother (Suzanne) met her upon her passing.

When I took her to the vet to put her down, after she expired, I bent down to kiss her head goodbye and she exhaled, Loudly!!  Not only was I startled but there was a force that pushed me backwards.  Now I know that was when her heart energy went into mine.

I really feel my grieving for her has been tremendously relieved by this wonderful communication.  Thank you for your sensitive insight

This will keep me on my path for a while longer.  Thank you, Amber!!
Monday, October 4, 2010

Sometimes I will ask a question on the website Circles within Circles.  The following is one that I posted about a month ago ~ This past year I have started communicating with animals. I’m an astrologer, coach and dowser. However, communicating with animals just makes my heart sing. Sometimes I question if the information I am receiving is really coming from the animal that I am either talking to remotely or in person. However, I trust what comes to me and always tell the owners everything I hear/intuit.


My question for you is: Am I really receiving this information from the animal? And have all the other things (feng shui, astrology and dowsing) led me to this new work that I am doing?
Their Answer ~ You have led you to this new work, dearest. These are the things on your path. They are wonderful things that have given you courage to be who you are. Trust in that that you be, energies and ways that you could mould and move them. But darling, you’ve been talking to animals since you were just a tiny thing. This is nothing new, just that you have more confidence in yourself now to speak of it. Yes, you are hearing exactly what they are speaking. It is hard for them to translate into your language but it isn’t really a language–you feel that you see and know what they are saying. You are doing very well, my dearest.

Cool...
Georgia
King General
 This weekend I was invited to do animal communication at Puggerfest, an event sponsored by Homeward Bound Pug Rescue in Oklahoma City.  The King was crowned and his name is General Lawrence.  Georgia  is up for adoption.  Pugs are amazing dogs.  They are so lovable that you may want to give them a kiss.  You might think that they look sad, but I promise you that they are filled with joy inside.  Don't let that face deceive you. 

What I discovered this weekend after communicating with several Pugs is that they are very grateful and want their owners to love themselves as much as they love their Pug.  Go to the adoption list at http://www.homewardboundpugs.com/ and see if you might like to adopt or foster a Pug.  I don't think you will be disappointed.  Sigh...pug love.

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