Animal Communicator Lifetime Adventures

How to Connect with the Animals Around You

I am hoping you would address how to follow your program for someone who does not have an animal helper/partner.

I am about halfway through your book,
Animal Talk, and it has struck me that my current situation is my biggest stumbling block. Due to life events since the 2008 financial crash, I no longer have animal companions. The condo complex I live in in San Diego County, California, borders a golf course. I am blessed to have a unit that overlooks the course and the local wildlife here is quite diverse: hummingbirds on up to red-tailed hawks, ducks and egrets, rabbits, lizards, even the occasional coyote.

While I have birds nest on my deck, none of the wildlife takes time to commune with me, not even the spiders who show up inside and on my deck. Nesting obviously is seasonal and I’m going to assume the parents are a bit too distracted with the nest to be proper candidates, regardless of their close proximity at those times that my presence doesn’t cause them to abandon the nest. While San Diego does have the zoo and safari park, Birch aquarium, and the various local Humane Society facilities, I’m not sure those would be useful resources.

So, again, I would appreciate your input on how I might best move forward in applying your recommended steps given a lack of actual live-in and/or eligible/agreeable/receptive participants.

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How to Use Animal Communication Effectively for Behavior Problems

In this guest blog, professional animal communicator, Teresa Wagner shares her well-written, thorough coverage of what an effective animal consultation is about and how a client can get the most out of it.

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Rattlesnake Sanctuary

It’s high snake season here in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona. Recently, for the first time on the same day, I saw a king snake and then a gopher snake in my garden. Both are non-venomous. King snakes attack and eat rattlesnakes and gopher snakes compete with rattlesnakes for food and territory, so they are considered signs that you’re not likely to have rattlesnakes around.

The next day, I went out just before sunset to check what was happening with unusually loud noises from a vehicle nearby. When I stepped outside on the back porch, another sound near the cat enclosure diverted my attention. About 10 feet away, curled up in striking position, was a 2.5 foot-long Western diamondback rattlesnake completely focused on one of my cats, Lila, who was sitting in the cat enclosure looking at the rattlesnake.

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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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