Owl’s Corner #2, July, 2010 – The Final Journey

July 24, 2010 by  
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If we don't wait 12 hours before burying the body, what can we do later on to help the animal disconnect and cross over?

 

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Alica North asks:

I lost my 11 year old German Shepherd, Heidi, to metastatic lung cancer in January. After agreeing to let her go and asking her to die at home instead of having to endure euthenasia, I didn't realize we should have waited 12 hours to bury her body after she passed. I heard this on the great recording from Paloma on "Animals and the Final Journey."

I'm hoping the ritual I performed with herbs and essential oils (rubbing her body with the combination) in an intuitive fashion was helpful for her transition. I also wrapped her body in a sheet. At the time I felt it was very healing for both of us but perhaps more so for me?

Is there anything else I should/can do now all these months later?

Owl’s Corner, July, 2010 – Communicating With Our Animals

July 22, 2010 by  
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What are the reasons it can be so difficult to communicate with our own animals?

 

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Beth Sabor asks:

Why, when we communicate with the animals in our own home, do we sometimes have an easier time "reading" the energy rather than having a two way communication?

As a professional communicator, I know that one of the answers to this question is that, on some level, we hold an attachment to the outcome.

Are there other "reasons?"

Also, what can we do to shift this energy so that we may easily and readily communicate with our own animals?

Beth Sabor, LMT, HHP, CESMT, RM
www.holisticessence.com

Animal Communication for Shelter & Rescue Workers

July 21, 2010 by  
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What the Animals Teach Us

blogging with Nancy Windheart

 

I have learned many things from the animals I have worked with who have been in rescue and shelter situations. They have taught me on every level, from their spiritual purposes, to what they think and feel about humans, to how best to help them both heal from past experiences.  They have also shown me what their desires, intentions, and needs are for their lives.

What about you? What have been YOUR experiences with rescued animals?

I’d enjoy hearing about your experiences. 

Please also ask any questions you may have about working telepathically with rescued animals.

Thank you,
Nancy