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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What’s your Power Animal?

By | Self Development

Power animals are animals in body, spirit or an archetype that wishes to guide, protect and empower you. Sometimes they are called Totem Animals or your Spirit Guide. In shamanistic traditions, power animals can empower you by teaching you their character traits and protect you from injury or harm. But not everyone gets the joyful Dolphin or majestic Eagle. Don’t dismiss the little ones. An ant can be just as helpful as a giraffe or humpback whale. They show up in lots of different ways and sometimes the animals’ you share your life with at home will be a power…

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7 Ways To Raise Your Vibes

By | Self Development

Every now and then something will crop up that taps into a childhood insecurity and causes us to doubt ourselves. Challenges come into our life to teach or bring attention to an area that needs some work. There have been times when I’ve been challenged and had my own shaky moment, not in my belief in animal communication, but my belief in my own ability. It is up to us whether we choose to sink by giving into the weight of fear and self-doubt, or whether we choose to raise our vibration and rise again. Often by asking the question,…

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6 Ways To Prepare For Animal Loss

By | Animal Loss

I speak with people every week who know in their heart their beloved animal, their best friend, and true love will not be long for this life time. I have listened to thousands of tears cried. I have hugged people in person and down the phone, and tried to soothe their anger, their guilt and their desperation. I have also counselled animals over their own passing. As an animal communicator I face sorrow and pain on a daily basis. I connect with it and then I try do what I am here for – to ease suffering and promote love….

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