Animal Communicator, Cindy Smith
I am often asked, "What was your most interesting animal conversation for this week?" The stories are so varied and heart warming I have a hard time choosing which one to relate. I thought in this newsletter, I’d share a few stories that point to the many ways you can use animal communication to develop a closer relationship with your animal friend.
Past Life Partners
Sometimes the subject turns to past lives, ( If this isn’t part of your belief system, just skip this example). One of my California clients, Julie Hagerty Kagan, was talking (through me) to her horse Danny Boy. She was leaving town on a trip and wanted him to be assured that he would be well cared for while she was gone. She said to him, “ You’ll always be safe, I’m a warrior for you and I’ll take care of you”. Danny Boy replied, “ I’m your warrior, too. We were warriors together before!” He showed me a picture of himself as a jousting horse and she was his knight. We noted that and went back to the conversation about Julie’s travel plans. The next day she called to say that as she and Enrique released him in the arena for a little exercise, he walked over to her and nudged her as if to say, “Watch this!”. He then did something she had never seen him do. (He’s 25 years old). He cantered to the other end of the arena, reared up several times; then ran at top speed in a straight line (like a jousting horse) right to her. He stopped a few feet away and walked calmly to her and nudged her as if to say, “remember?”.
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I recently talked to a kitty and her person about restoring Miss Kitty’s outdoor access. One of the family’s cats had been hit by a car and now Miss Kitty’s mom didn’t want to let her out anymore. We talked to Miss Kitty about her friend’s death and explained why her person didn’t want to take that chance with her. Kitty insisted that she could follow the rules and her person opened the cat door as we talked. Kitty went in and out purring and agreed to come in before dark and to stick close to home. At last report, Miss Kitty was holding up her end of the bargain and so was her person!
Conversations About Medical Treatment
Compliments to many of my students who are sending me great anecdotal reports of their communication experiences. I’m so glad you are practicing and getting such great results!
How Your Pet Gets Your Attention
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For local North Carolina people, I am now offering in person sessions at Charlotte Street Animal Hospital in Asheville . If you are interested, please email me and we can set up a time.
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