At times I ‘communicate’ with animals. Animal communication is not something I’ve done much of.
I have however done extensive work with animal spirits/totems; which is an aspect of Shamanism and not what this page is about.
I may be able to help you with your animal issue. It will depend in part on what the issue is, on whether I get any ‘intuitive inspiration’ and on my skill set pertinent to the issue concerned.
I don’t do any kind of animal training and am not an animal trainer. I have no veterinary or animal nursing skills. I am not a veterinarian. I do not have any veterinary medical qualifications. I do not diagnose medical issues. I do not dispense any kind of medication or other substances. I have not completed an animal communication diploma, or done an animal communication course. I am however a Shamanist of long experience.
This article gives you an idea of how I might help you with animal issues. I say ‘might’ because there are no guarantees.
I am not only an animal lover, I also do ‘mind healing’ for animals.
I adopted a severely traumatised cat called Sally. Sally is now deceased. Here she is on 2nd February 2015:
We adopted Sally from a Queensland cat rescue charity run by a friend here on the Gold Coast (WildCats). Sally was ten years old at the time and had been in care of the charity for a long time due to her age and mental health issues (most people don’t want old, and/or traumatised cats).
Sally’s story was tragic, she was originally from Sydney and had been abandoned by her previous owners when they moved. She was taken to a Sydney pound by a neighbour. One day the neighbour who rescued Sally, but could not adopt herself, was told that Sally would be euthanised if a home was not found for her within some hours. There were no physical health problems with Sally, though she was mentally traumatised and not sociable. Sally got as close as four hours to her execution. A ‘close shave’ indeed! The Sydney neighbour is a friend of our cat rescue charity friend Barbara at WildCats and phoned to see if they could help Sally. Barbara from WildCats said they could, provided that the rescuing neighbour could pay for Sally’s flight to the Gold Coast, which she did.
When we adopted Sally in October 2014 she was extremely nervous and avoided contact. We had Sally for around 18 months before she died of digestive complications probably caused and exacerbated by her early life. She could no longer digest food/absorb nutrition. Sally died on 25 March 2015. She was around 12 to 13 years of age even though she did not look it. Tabbies have a longer life expectancy than many cats, at around 21 years I think, so Sally probably died before her time. I had no intuitive spiritual inspiration to do a physical healing, though I would have liked to.
As we got to know Sally it became clear that people had been extremely nasty to Sally in her past, thus her trauma symptoms. She was sensitive to footfall, the sound of keys, the sight of rolled newspaper, a broom and more. Perhaps people had kicked her, thrown keys at her or hit her with newspapers and brooms.
I did a mind healing on Sally on a Wednesday. My wife noticed the difference in Sally immediately. A friend who lives downstairs, and who knew Sally well, was away in Canberra on business and saw Sally a few days later on the Saturday. We did not tell the friend what I had done, yet when he saw Sally he said without prompting: “It’s a different cat”. Evidentiary.
Sally was much improved after the first mind healing, but not fully. I did two more ‘mind healings’ on her. She improved more after the second one and after the third, was showing fully normal behaviour. Her trauma had gone. Sally was a ‘normal cat’ before she died. We won that one.
A key component of animal mind healing is being able to focus and channel love energy. You can’t fake it.
I loved being able to heal Sally’s mind and it is one of the most special and important things I have ever done in my life. I am grateful to Spirit, and to my Shamanic calling, for being able to do it. I loved also the evidentiary nature of it. Besides seeing the change myself, my wife saw it, and then, our friend not only saw it, but commented on it, despite not being told what had happened. I have a strong scientific and logical side and am deeply focused on stuff that works. Results matter.
One aspect of being able to get some of the results I achieve is humility. Another is ethics and truth (no fudging or making up stuff). And there are more. I am a channel – like, as I said recently to a plumber friend, a piece of grey plastic pipe that goes under the floor – nothing special. You see, the more humble one is, the more spiritual power and wisdom one can get, and channel in service to the community. It is not about being a so-called guru that people look up to and dote on.
Please let me tell you about Nimue, and the way of her passing. The link opens in new tab/window so you won’t lose your place here.
I may be able to help you with, and during, your animal’s passing, even if only as a source of comfort and support to you during such a difficult time.
I also suggest reading my page on Physical Healing, (about people) which will help clarify some points.
In conclusion then…I might be able to help your animals with trauma issues. I might be able to help with physical healing. I may be better with cats than other animals. As I said at the start of this article,animal communication is not something I’ve done a lot of.
I might also be able to ‘hear’ from deceased animals on your behalf. Here is one example; around 17 years ago I picked up on a dead horse ‘coming through’ for my wife. Part of the message was that there was something special about its eyes, which made no sense to me. It made a lot of sense to my wife however because the horse’s eyelashes had been a special issue decades before, when my wife was a teenager. My wife’s mother Julijana (now deceased) was a lovely lady for whom I had much respect (when a teenager she was a Partisan in occupied Europe during the Second World War – the Waffen SS (13th Mountain Division) were looking for her). Julijana had sometimes commented to my wife on how she loved the horse’s (Misty) eye lashes and that she wished hers were as good (her own were quite short). I had never been told any of this and of course my wife knew that I did not know. My wife realised that the chances of me guessing the ‘special eyes’ aspect were so remote as to be statistically improbable. She knew then that it was indeed her horse Misty coming through, and the incident was even more moving for her. The ‘special eyes’ aspect was a form of ‘validation’.
Finally, I can help with grief counselling or bereavement counselling.
Please contact me for more information.