Sometimes I get the question why did I choose to spend my life this way? What led me to this place of being a professional animal communicator?
There is no easy answer to this question as it was a rambling road- as is much of life it seems.
“I love animals” is a good place to start…
….but not the whole story.
There are lots of ways to go if you love animals- all roads do not lead to animal communication. So how did I end up on THIS road?
Although there is no one single answer (I love doing this for many reasons!) I am able to pinpoint one experience as the beginning- and this experience is at least one of the reasons why I choose to do this professionally.
Ten years ago, I didn’t even know animal communication was a thing. If I did, I don’t think I would’ve believed it was actually possible. I would have been a total sceptic. So all you sceptics out there- I GET it.
Fortunately, the person who first introduced me to this ‘out there’ concept, is someone I really respect. She is a practical, no B.S. kind of woman. I knew that if she thought this particular animal communicator was legit- that it was worth a second thought.
After that first introduction much time went by, but that ‘second thought’ finally came. I was a new mom, totally overwhelmed with life changes, and nagging at me was the thought that my ‘fur babies’ were no longer the center of my attention after being with me for so long.
I don’t remember what ultimately caused me to look up the animal communicator I had heard about and make an appointment, but I’m sure it was some combination of an impending move across the country and long standing guilt over my beloved four-footed friends’ wellbeing.
After I made the appointment, I looked forward to it with trepidation- thoroughly expecting her to confirm my worst fears. That my animals were miserable and that they hated our changed life.
I steeled myself for the confirmation of these fears and the inevitable decisions that would come as a result. Only…
...they never came.
After giving me specific information about each animal that she couldn’t have known from my appointment request or the photo I gave her- information which gave me confidence that she was indeed connecting with my beloved friends- she told me they were actually doing quite well.
She told me that they understood and that they loved me. That life was life and that they were fine with the changes. She closed with some practical suggestions to assist them in making the move across the country and we ended the session.
These thirty minutes changed my life.
Not only did I now believe in something I never thought was possible, I now began to understand the depth of love and understanding that our animals have for us.
Years passed in between that session and the time I began my journey to become an animal communicator myself, but one of the biggest ‘whys’ for what I do comes back to that experience every time.
I want to help others with their animals in the way that I was helped at a time I needed it the most. I want others to understand the love that their animals friends have for them when life is causing them to feel otherwise.
One of the most common things I hear when speaking to someone about animal communication is some variation of: “Oh…I hope they don’t say they are unhappy”. Even if the person is smiling and this seems to be said in jest, I know that there is a hidden fear behind the statement- because it’s the same way I felt back then.
We have so much going on in our lives and, as an animal lover, if we feel we aren’t giving all that we want to give to our animals, it can really affect us in a negative way.
I am here to tell you:
Our animals love us. They understand way more than we think they do. This comes in part from the pictures, words, and feelings that we are sending and receiving to and from them all the time without even knowing it! (Animal communication is a skill, not a gift!)
Sometimes there are things that would help the animal thrive even more fully and I can help you figure out what that may be, but in the majority of cases our animal friends are not unhappy and they love us SO much.
It is my joy to be able to help people feel and connect even more fully to this love…
...and THAT is why I do what I do.