When You Travel Without Your Animals

By | Animal Welfare

The reservations are made, the bags are packed, and you’re ready for your trip. If you’re not taking your animal(s) with you, who’s in charge of their welfare while you’re away? Are you booking your holiday but fretting over leaving your animals at home? In a cattery or kennels? With someone else looking after them? A neighbour assigned to pop in every day and offer food and cuddles? Someone at your yard who’s tasked to ‘keep an eye’ on your horse and take care of the basics. For animal lovers going on holiday can be a difficult decision. So that you…

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Why do animals take on our human issues?

By | Animal Healers & Teachers, Self Development

If you’re still asking the question, ‘Do animals take on our issues?’ The answer is yes, some do. There are animal communicators worldwide who understand that some animals become ill as a consequence of taking on their human’s issues. They’ve also discovered an amazing solution guardian’s can utilise to help their animals become well again. When the human accepts their animal’s message and makes some changes to their own life, their animal’s health improves. Bear in mind, this only works when the animal’s illness is directly tied to their guardian’s wellbeing. Examples where animals helped humans I communicated with a…

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Do you have to be vegan to be an animal communicator?

By | Animal Welfare, Thoughts

Is it necessary to follow a vegan lifestyle to be an animal communicator? This is a hugely controversial and touchy subject. Yet, I want to answer this question because I’m asked it so often and have just been asked again by people in Malaysia. It’s often shortly followed by, ‘Are you vegan, Pea?’Every animal communicator has been asked this question, often thinly veiled with an underlying challenge and a truckload of judgment, and it’s as controversial in the circle of professional animal communicators as it is outside. This subject became the main discussion in the Species Link Journal many years ago. Someone wrote in that…

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2018: A Year of Love & Compassion

By | Thoughts

Animals love to communicate with us and advise us and there is no better time than a new year being birthed. Ask your animals, ‘What is it you’d like me know?’, ‘How can I better serve you?’ or ‘How can I better serve myself?’ At the beginning of the year we often reflect on what happened in the one before and think about what we’d like to happen in the year coming. It’s a good time to retreat for a hour or so to contemplate, ‘What will bring me happiness?’ Because when you are clear on this it’s easier to…

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CECIL – A Catalyst for Awakening

By | Animals Advice For Humanity, Wild Animals

The truth is it was a hard time for animal lovers and there was an outpouring of heartbreak from people all over the world. We joined united in our condemnation for Walter Palmer’s killing of Cecil the lion in Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. I became numb. I felt overwhelmed by the surge of thousands of people reacting to Cecil’s death. Many expressed emotions of anger, hatred, shame, revenge, sadness, regret and frustration. The experience wiped me out but I also felt glad that so many were showing that they cared. It would be all too easy to jump on…

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The One About A Chicken & A Pigeon

By | Animal Welfare

“I have been feeling incredibly sad recently as I lost two of my chickens, very close together. Initially I felt that I did not want to offer a home to any other chickens, but the two that were left were a very small flock and I felt that they wanted some new family. I registered with the Battery Hen Welfare Trust and planned to go and meet our new family on Sunday morning. We arrived at the farm and I was overcome with emotions. Good and bad. These were coming from myself, and I believe the chickens as it was a stressful day…

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Spider Communication

By | Thoughts

By a student of animal communication. “I have just finished reading both of Pea’s books and the story that has just come to mind was prompted by Pea’s communication with a snake in Heart to Heart. Last week I went into my bathroom and there was a huge spider in the bath…I always put them outside but they always make me jump and “the truth is” I don’t enjoy having to handle them in anyway,…..however, as per usual, I went to get a glass and small plate (to help coax it into the glass) – but it just wouldn’t go…

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Palliative Animal Care

By | Animal Welfare

Achieving the best quality of life In a search I found that hospice care, palliative care and euthanasia are often bundled in to the same package by veterinarians. When looking further I found the International Association of Animal Hospice and Palliative Care  (IAAHPC). At last, an organisation that can see the difference between care and end of life. “Quality of life” is a term discreetly dropped into conversation by veterinarians. Especially, I hear from my clients, when their animals are in their senior years. More often than not (and feel free to tell me your experience is different because I…

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Is There Hope For Apes?

By | Wild Animals

Yes, there is! All of us can help our nearest relatives survive. “What if future children say, “Why didn’t they do something? Why did they let them disappear?” – Jane Goodall. A while back I was attending an event where the greatest experts in the world came together to talk about nature, status and how to help the great apes. There was a huge round of applause as if some legendary star had just walked on the stage. But it wasn’t Elvis Presley or Marilyn Monroe – it was David Attenborough. “Apes are not able to look after themselves in this modern…

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Uncommon Ground: I Came Here For A Purpose

By | Self Development

For over two months I worked with Yiyi Zhao, a Chinese photographer and multimedia producer, on her end of year project. Yiyi wanted to focus on the relationship between people and animals and specifically their purpose in our lives. Morgan expressed why he was in my life and why we came together at the time we did, he also offered advice to human-beings. His words are written over the top of the mountains and they are also included in Life Loss Love. Yiyi’s project gives an insight in to how animal communication looks from an outsider’s perspective that then moves…

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