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Lion Rescued from Ukraine Zoo Shares Her Wisdom

This message sent to me by Laura Pyke about a zoo lion rescued during war is a beautiful example of the wisdom that animals gracefully share with humankind.

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Wild Horse Request

Would you share with us how America's Wild Horses are faring with the massive roundups by the Bureau of Land Management over the last year(s)? In 2021, I read over 18,000 have been unceremoniously and somewhat carelessly rounded up and shipped to government holding pens. Over 100 horses have been killed in the process. Given our partnership with these creatures over millennia, it seems a great tragedy. Are they willing to share what, if anything, we can do to support them, outside of advocating for their protection or adoption?

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Alligators Remind Us

Many people in the Western world consider themselves as separate from the rest of Nature, human spectators alienated from the whole web of life. They often do not recognize our interdependence with all beings on Earth and that animals, plants, minerals, and all the natural elements have much to teach us about balance and integration of spirit with form.

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When Human Help Isn't Helpful to Wild Animals

I’ve received a few emails recently asking about helping wild animals that illustrate what may not be helpful from animals’ perspectives.

Can you communicate with raccoons and let them know that a person is dangerous to them?


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Whales: Their Work and Mission

The enormous physical size of whales echoes the enormity of their consciousness and why they are here on Earth.

Researchers have written about whales’ important physical role in maintaining the balance of life and fertility of oceanic animals and plants. They also found that whales are responsible for extracting hundreds of thousands of tons of carbon from the atmosphere to provide cleaner and healthier air for life on the whole planet.

Being in the presence of whales and communicating with them reveals
not only their physical role in the web of life but their vast spiritual awareness and benevolence.

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Animals: The Dark and the Light

When I post an article or video on Facebook about an animal helping to rescue or heal others of its own kind or other species, including human, I have seen comments like these:

  • Oh, animals are such angels! If only humans could be like them, the world would be a better place.

  • I wish I could live in the world surrounded by animals. It would be so much more peaceful.

  • Even the wildest non-human animal does not premeditate harm or hate or act cruelly towards its own or other species as many human animals do.

  • Animals are full of unconditional love, unlike humans. Only humans destroy each other and everything in the natural world around them.

  • Animals' consciousness is clear of obstructive, conflicting dynamics. Animals live in their authenticity almost all the time.

These comments seem to propose that
humans are malign creatures and animals are saints.

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Are Cats Cruel When They Hunt?

We just came home to find our cat had captured a chipmunk and was torturing her until I got hold of her and returned her outside. Can you please tell us why cats appear to want the pain of capturing and eating a fellow animal to linger? Why do they "play" with the creature? It looks so cruel to us. How does the cat consciousness explain this?

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Pandemic Arising—What Can We Do?

I just read your blog on viruses. It sounds good but I ask why so many deaths? Why so much pain and panic in health systems and patients and their families? The suffering ones, for example the doctors and nurses, are not personally responsible, that they should be purged. I got that viruses need to do what they are doing now to balance the planet and life. All countries seem to be seeing this as a war against the viruses, who are life as we are life. Is there any way we can work with them? I am blessed to be living on a 20 hectare reforestation project so can be outside immersed in nature every day. Can I do more to help? How can we use our vision and our attitudes to help work together and learn from the experience with the viruses for the good of life?

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Are Animals Aware of World Events?

I have been asked if animals are aware of world events that concern humans. People often assume that animals are only concerned with what’s around them related to their interests.

Animals are unique individuals with their own life journeys and purposes to fulfill. They range widely in spiritual awareness and orientation to helping others, just as humans do.

Domestic animals often have purposes to assist the people they live with or meet. Wild or domestic animals can have purposes that benefit not only themselves and their own species, but also humans and all life on Earth. The benefits of animals’ work can be amplified for humans who are conscious of their own energetic connection with animals.

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How Horses Feel About Humans

Horses enter the spotlight in our animal communication focus as a reader sent me this thoughtful question:

I am 17-year-old girl from Poland and I have recently been fascinated by Animal Communication. I also love horses and have ridden for 10 years. But now it is time in my life when I am wondering if maybe I should end riding, as it might be too cruel (even "natural horsemanship").

I wonder, what do horses think about being ridden and generally about humans? Do at least some of them like their work? And what would they like us to do to make them happier? Has any horse told you anything on this matter? I would be very grateful if you could write about it. It is really important for me...

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Animals Confound Expectations

Throughout my long history as an animal communicator, I found that many humans have had low expectations about animal intelligence and awareness. They often have no idea of the depth of animals’ thoughts and feelings that we find when we truly communicate with other species.

Almost five decades of animal communication education, highlighting who animals really are and what they can understand and communicate has influenced the depth of an array of media presentations and the evolution of scientific research about animals over the years. However, I still find that many people hold preconceptions that undervalue what animals reveal about themselves with direct telepathic communication.

I was catapulted to review this subject when I got this feedback from my recent blog
in which a bull came forward to give his wise views on the subject of human cruelty.

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How Do Animals Feel About Human Cruelty?

A reader asks: I wonder how animals see suffering and that cruelty and lack of empathy typical to a large part of humankind. It is often unbearable to think of so many animals suffering all around the world.

When I began to connect with animals to answer this question, a large black bull standing in a grassy field came into my awareness and offered himself as a representative for animalkind.

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