Sandy's dog told me she was upset because she was. Her digestive problem improved when Sandy solved her problem. Mary's cat was running away because the new kitten received all the attention. Gary's horse informed me that he was being abused by the owner of the boarding facility.
Sharon's parakeet complained that his cage was too small. She had a much happier bird, after she purchased a larger one. Are you very close to your pets? Do you sometimes wish that you could communicate with them, especially when they seem upset or have physical problems? Animals do speak to humans and it is a wonderful experience to be able to hear them and help them heal.
As a Marriage, Family Therapist and intuitive counselor, I had the opportunity to counsel many clients over the telephone that had beloved pets. They sometimes asked me to help them, too. Since I knew that intuition has no limitations, I tuned into them. The animals seemed very happy to communicate with me. When I told the owner what I heard, the information was always confirmed. I was amazed to discover that they have similar problems than humans.
For example, Kathy purchased a beautiful pedigree dog. Soon after, she noticed that her sweet angel seemed depressed and had severe digestive problems. Very concerned, she contacted me. When I communicated with the puppy, she informed me that she was feeling very insecure because her siblings were kept as "show dogs.
" She felt not good enough. When I helped her release that negative belief and realize that she was good enough (as I have with many children and adults) she felt much happier and her appetite returned. It is interesting that I find that many pets (and children's) problems reflect the upset of one or more of the family members.
It is normal and human to have issues. However, it is important to be able to resolve them so that everyone in the family, including the pets, can feel good and prevent physical problems. It was fascinating to discover that Beverly's elderly, sick dog knew when he was going to die but told me not to pass the information on to her. Sure enough, three months later Beverly called me very upset because her beloved pet had passed away. I then told her what he had said. "She replied, "Is he all right? I just want to know he's all right.
" (This is a question that many clients also ask me about their deceased human loved ones.) I further comforted her by tuning into him and reporting that he was smiling and happily running around. Ellen contacted me because she intuitively knew that her 14 year old pet was dying. However, she was too upset to trust her own answers. Her dog told me that she was leaving and gave me all the details of how and where she wanted it to happen, including the burial ceremony. Ellen took notes and was very grateful for the information.
Ellen called me a week after her dog died. She told me again how comforting it was to know exactly what her precious pet desired so that she could fulfill her last wishes. Knowing how to communicate with animals (and humans) is very important in order to prevent and heal emotional and physical problems. Our beloved pets benefit greatly when we pay attention to their symptoms. If we tune-in and listen to the animals, we can uncover the causes of their problems and help them to experience what they need to solve them. If you love your pets, I am sure that you agree that they also deserve to be healthy and happy.
©2008 by Helene Rothschild, MS, MA, MFT, Marriage, Family Therapist, intuitive counselor, animal communicator, and author of the Amazon best selling book, "ALL YOU NEED IS HART! Create Love, Joy and Abundance ~NOW!" She offers transformational, international phone sessions, teleclasses, books, e-books, MP3 audios, and a free newsletter, MP3 audio and e-book. http://www.lovetopeace.com , 1-888-639-6390.