December 15, 2010 by  
Filed under Health & Wellness

Blogging with Morgine Jurdan

What ideas might you have for Celebrating your own animal (s) life beginning today? What are the small micro steps you might take to begin to let her or him know how much they are loved and appreciated? Do you have any questions about how to go about doing this?

Do you understand how beginning the Celebration process now can greatly relieve the stress towards the end of life? How you will now realize your beloved friend knows how much they mean to you and how much they have affected your life. You will be sure they understand how much you love and cherish their love and friendship. You will have more clarity around the things they really enjoy, their favorite foods and experiences. You will know how to get help if you have questions regarding their pain levels and their care.

As you begin to take time now to more deeply appreciate all the ways your beloved animals friends share with you, you can maintain those memories and allow them to release from their bodies and more easily celebrate their transition into spirit knowing you will always be connected energetically. You will feel and experience that connection more deeply having taken the time to celebrate them being in your life these past days, months or even years. Celebrating the moments can even continue as you recognize their wisdom is still being lived in your lives more each day.

I am looking forward to hearing your Celebration experiences and to answering your questions.

Morgine Jurdan

To receive the notes from today's teleclass, send an email to morgine@tds.net and put the word CELEBRATION in the subject line.

To receive the DOLPHIN BONUS booklet, go to http://communicationswithlove.com/ and click on Dolphin Bonus.


5 Responses to “Celebration”
  1. 1merlinpants says:

    Dear Morgine,
    Thank you so much for the Celebration conference. I definitely celebrate my animal friends EVERY day! I tell them how much I love them and give (and receive) hugs and kisses. But, you know, never enough…I wish I could be with them all day long. There are pictures of me when I was a child throwing birthday parties for my dogs, balloons and all! I have always been very connected to them. One thing I want to share is celebrating them after they have passed. Just this last summer I decided to start a rock/flower garden over and around my dogs graves. What a wonderful tribute to them! It is a joy to work on. I can’t wait until the snow melts and I can continue with the project. There are a lot of beautiful ways to celebrate their lives. I encourage everyone to do so! I work for a veterinarian and have been witness to many pets crossing over, and dealing with the owners grief and grieving process. As you had stated yesterday, so many people are unsure that their pets knew that they loved them. It is so sad. So….celebrate everyone!!! Thank you again, Morgine. You are a gift!

    • morgine says:

      Thank you for sharing about your memorial garden for your pets. I forgot to mention we usually get a plant at the nursery to grow in our yard. We have one dog’s holly busy, another dog’s rose bush, a tree here for a cat and so on. That way we are always reminded by their lovely plants!! Thank you for giving your animals love and parties and remembering them. It flows out into the universe and all animals are blessed as well.

  2. morgine says:

    To receive the Notes from the class, send me an email with Celebration in the subject line. To receive the Free Bonus, go to my website listed above and click on Dolphin Bonus. There you can download the bonus. Thank you so much for attending and I look forward to hearing from you!

    • Jennifer says:

      Dear Morgine,
      Thank you so much for your performance last night (I live in France and it was 8 p.m. my time when your program started). Thank you for reminding us that something as simple as celebrating those who are sharing our lives is easy to do on a regular basis. One of my cats has turned 13 and I realize that she was starting showing her age. I decided to pet her, kiss her and tell her how much I love her and appreciate her patience with me, as much as I can without annoying her. One day, I won’t be able to feel her warm body against mine and her soft fur under my fingers and I know I’ll miss that terribly.

      • morgine says:

        Thank you! So beautiful to hear from someone in France! I love these calls and how people can now tune in from all over the world. YES we need to remember we will not always be able to pet our beloved friends, or hug our physical friends, or talk to them in person or on the phone. I attempt to always make sure all my friends are very aware how much I appreciate each of them, because someday, I will be the one who is no longer around :-)! Thank you again for sharing your love! Morgine