Eliza in moving boxWe so enjoy watching our feline friends play and bask in cardboard boxes. (See Eliza demonstrating this idea.)  

But what exactly IS it about the cardboard box that delight’s a cat? 

Just for fun, I’ve inquired with my own 3 cats for their input!

 

Eliza, 12 yr old cat says, “They’re fun.  I can squish my whole self into most boxes.  It has a cozy feel to be held tight in a wrap around fashion.  It’s like my own little room when I’m hiding in the box. Read the rest of this entry

How Being in a Rush Creates Anxiety in Animals

white horseDuring a session, a client asked her horse how he felt about the bodyworker he’d recently experienced.  The horse commented that the person themself had been ‘ok’ but that their was ‘rushing energy’ involved that the horse did not care for at all.  

He explained that having this person rush (hurry) around his physical body was disconcerting because such energy to him felt like the energy of ‘fight or flight’.

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Healing Our Grief with Passed Animals

3 pets on starlightHave you ever experienced the sudden, unexpected loss of a pet?  Or still wonder if the medical treatment you pursued or the time chosen was the ‘right time’ to free your pet from its body?  Or perhaps you simply seek to know that your pet is alright now that they’re no longer by your physical side?

These questions and more often prompt clients to want to speak with their past animals.

 

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Animal Communication Tips to Reduce Excessive Barking

Does your house dog bark too much? Sometime our pets need to be retrained or we need to step up and be the leader in a new way… and sometimes it’s as simple as clarifying out loud our expectations of our dog.

Today I share some basic tips on how YOU can communicate out loud with your dog on what you desire (and don’t) in the barking arena.   Read the rest of this entry

 

Dog and Cat

Ever notice how we as humans tend to ‘know what we know’ and ‘think what we think’?  And to expand into a new perspective or to see from a different viewpoint isn’t necessarily all that easy on our own?

Isn’t it interesting that it’s suddenly easy for us to expand our horizons once we hear or read about another’s viewpoint.  Read the rest of this entry

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