Empowering Children . . .

June 16, 2010 by  
Filed under Learn A.C.

 

to Create and Keep Their Telepathic Gifts

blogging with Carol Schultz

 

What is it that you do to have fun with your child (human and/or animal)? Whether it’s a game, an outdoor activity, or a scheduled event. What is it that helps you feel like you are getting away from the daily grind and potential feelings of loneliness, or self-doubt, or eagerness for something to be different? What is it that makes a difference in your world and turns things all around again?

I invite you to share what it is that you do with your child that makes you feel centered, whole, and nurtured once again. What do they do for you, and what do you do for them?

We encourage you to share here what brings your heart true happiness when you are in their presence each time.

And what is it that makes this experience unique from other connections that you have experienced with anyone else? What makes this moment with them a diamond in the rough, and something to be treasured for all time?

Please share your experiences and ask your questions.

Thank you.
Carol Shultz
www.AnimalSpiritNetwork.com

Owl’s Corner, June, 2010 Reincarnation

June 7, 2010 by  
Filed under Owl's Corner

 

Is it OK for me to ask an animal to return
who just recently went into spirit?

 

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Sheila asks:

I recently lost my very very beloved Zachary, my 15-year old canine companion. I miss him deeply. I am trying to find a balance between dealing with my grief and being happy for him that he has crossed over and is in total love, happiness and pain-free. Without his physical presence in my life, I feel very empty. I know that this is a time of my personal learning, but am also deeply wanting him to come back to me if and when he is ready.

My question is:

Is it "okay" for me to ask my Zachy to come back to me? Can I ask him this question while being respectful of his life in spirit and without pulling him to make a decision that he may not want to make?

I don't want to be selfish and I don't want to make him feel like I can't go on without him. I just miss my furry soulmate.