So many beloved pets have crossed over the ‘rainbow bridge’ recently – leaving their owners with unbearable grief. I’ve found myself consoling several clients over the past month, as well as focusing on connecting them with their furry ‘children’ on the other side.
Doing these pet psychic readings reminded me of my own pain last year, when my two Rottweilers, sisters Sophie and Jasmin, passed within months of each other.
Unless one has loved and lost a pet yourself, it is hard to understand the awful sense of loss one experiences. It also takes a considerable amount of time to come to terms with the fact that they are no longer in the physical. The grief is at times unbearable, despite the inner knowing that they have gone ‘home’ to spirit, on the other side of the veil.
An animal’s eyes have the power to speak a great language ~ Martin Buber
In hindsight, several days before their death, both Sophie and Jasmin were constantly staring at me, as if they were looking right through me. I recall saying to each of them, “You’re not leaving me yet, surely?” They were eight and a half and nine years old respectively, and both in relatively good health.
But, ‘the look’ was the same my boxer dog, Major, had given me 30 years ago. Only hours after he gave me that intense look, Major’s already deceased mother, Trudy, appeared outside the kitchen window and communicated to me, “I’ve come to take him”. The memory of that communication from Trudy – a particularly sensitive dog – is as vivid as if it happened yesterday.
Animals communicate by sending images, thoughts and feelings, which is called telepathy. We can all master telepathic communication and often do it without even realizing. A course in animal communication with South African expert, Jenny Shone, made me realize that I’d been using the technique all along.
I started helping people to communicate with their lost pets about only twelve years ago. It began when a lady was referred to me by a friend, who had been to me for a psychic reading. She asked if I could help locate her Siamese cat. I had never done this kind of work before, but being an animal lover I was willing to try. I managed to find the cat for her, but she only phoned to confirm this a year later!
Everything in life is speaking in spite of its apparent silence ~ Hazrat Inayat Khan
For the past two weeks, I have been finding it rather challenging to get my other dog, Samantha, to keep a bandage on her leg. The vet couldn’t find anything wrong with her leg, but put her on antibiotics, as Samantha has caused a bald, raw spot with her continuous licking. Granted, she may be a little bored, but two walks a day is the most we can manage! And, of course, she also gets as much attention as her heart desires.
Then, I had an ‘aha’ moment! In my frustration I’d been sending Samantha telepathic images of her ripping off her bandage, while I was asking her to please stop taking the bandage off. What I was saying and what I was thinking was contradictory. So, I decided to change my approach. I connected with her telepathically and told her what a lovely, neat bandage she had on her leg and how clean and intact it looked. Well, it worked – she hasn’t touched the bandage for three days!
Sam has always been very independent, and not the most affectionate dog. She was like that even when the Rottweilers were always around us, lapping up cuddles. A couple of months after Jasmin passed away, I decided to address the situation with Samantha telepathically. I asked if she had felt left out in any way, because the Rotties were always pushing in, getting what they wanted in the attention department. “No”, was her reply, “but I did get sick and tired of Sophie talking about her operations”. That was the last thing I expected to hear! But it made a lot of sense, because Sophie had gone through quite a bit of surgery in her life!
No one appreciates the very special genius of your conversation as a dog does ~ Christopher Morley
My hyperactive sense of responsibility causes me to want to keep everyone happy at all times, especially my pets. Of course, just one look from them is all it takes for me to begin justifying why I have to go out without them, or why I have to work instead of playing with them.
If you are in a demanding situation and unable to give your pets the attention and time you would ideally like to give them, work with them telepathically. Send them images of cuddling them, and of giving them affection. This will work on a deeper psychic level.
Likewise, if you feel anything was left unsaid or undone for a pet that has crossed over, communicate with him or her. The love you send out will always keep the special link between you.
I received a lovely tip from a client recently, to get a message out to lost pets when you are searching for them. All you do is send them a text message, to your own cell number from your own cell phone. As strange as it may sound, I did this one evening last week, when my cat, Fortune, was late coming in. Within just four minutes of sending that text message, she walked in!
| PsychicAccess.com.Shani is a qualified practitioner in Reiki, aromatherapy, reflexology, body spin, and animal telepathy who received psychic development training at the Arthur Findlay College of Psychic Research in England. A published writer, her articles and predictions have appeared in several respected magazines and on psychic websites, and she has read for many celebrities and even heads of state in Africa. Though she was born in London, Shani has traveled the globe and has studied the art of African Mysticism, bringing her unique flavor to those seeking her incredible talents. Get a reading with Shani at |
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