I have had the ability to communicate with animals before I was verbal. There is something innately honoring for me when I am in an animal's presence and they excitedly offer their body for healing, rolling over or presenting a hip or leg that is sore.
When working with animals, I will feel and see the stories the animal is conveying by seeing pictures or hearing words. Animal Whispering is a form of communication that can open the doors for a closer relationship between animal and owner. It can alleviate seizures (and cease them altogether). It can heal broken bonds, bridge clearer communication between pet and owner and can alleviate what may seem like frustrating behavior patterns such as anxiety or aggression. Animal Whispering is also helpful as your fur baby is readying to pass into the Light. Assistance is also offered to the grieving owner to make contact after a pet's passing.
Animal Whispering can be deeply healing for an animal, who may be suffering because s/he cannot communicate with the owner verbally as humans do. Along with bringing your pet gentle healing through my hands (if the healing is in person), I facilitate a shamanic journey to speak with your pet, then perform a healing to mend the root cause of the issue (which can be done through long-distance healing). The healing energy is passed to your pet and the messages received are then conveyed to you. I often do long-distance healing for many furry clients living in other areas of the country.
Sometimes, as humans, we have the false impression that we exist in a hierarchy that is far removed from our Four-Legged Friends. It is often assumed that animals do not have the capacity to feel or think. This is simply not so - it is just humans who are not listening to their wisdom. Every sentient being has consciousness. Anyone who observes a mother dog loving her pups, a whale protecting seals from orcas, or a group of elephants mourning their dead can see that this is far from the truth. It is so important to respect the innate world of animals. They have so much to wisdom teach us. Are you willing to listen?