One of the most fascinating things about the work we do, is the results that seem to happen quickly.
On several occasions, clients have shared stories of how their pets behavior seemed to change very shortly after our session. As an animal communicator, I have shared with our clients, is that animals live in a world of FEELINGS, and PICTURES. What are feelings? Emotions are simply ENERGY IN MOTION. One of the most magical things ( in my opinion) that animals will do for us, ( especially dogs) is they will take on some of our emotions to help lighten the load for us. They are naturally pretty good at letting go of this extra energy through movement. ( think of dogs rolling in the grass, or frolicking out in the back yard by themselves or how they LOVE THEIR WALKS!) But what happens when they don't get the exercise they need? That energy may get stuck inside their body. When energy gets "stuck" anxiety or depression may occur or you may even see some physical issues happen. Happens the same in people. If we don't find a way to deal with our stress, eventually it will affect us in some way through anxiety, trouble sleeping, or some physical issue. One of the things I would like people to understand is that animals LIVE in whatever energy YOU are feeling. If you are happy, content, full of joy, that feels good to them...they are bathing in that kind of energy. When we are sad, anxious, depressed, they live in that too. You may see their behavior change when we suddenly become angry or sad. When we are struggling with stress, we can always do something about it...we can eat, go for a walk, cry, watch a funny movie, etc. Animals are completely at our mercy to aid them in moving the energy through their body. ( through walks, playtime, etc.) If that doesn't happen, the energy may get stuck. It is so important if you are going through a particularly stressful time in your life, that you make sure your animals keep their normal routine and have some extra walks or play times added in.
During our sessions, I will do a quick energy scan to see if there is discomfort in their body, or what emotional state of energy they are feeling. They may offer information about what you have been going through and how it is affecting them. Mary will then find whether the energy is a physical or emotional energy and whether it belongs to them, or if its been handing down from generations or if it is an energy they are holding on to for you. Once the stuck energy is located and Mary uses healing energy to clear the negative low vibrational energy, you may find a quick, noticeable change in your pets energy and behavior.
If you are noticing a change in your pets energy or behavior, please reach out! The 45 minute session can do wonders to help ease whatever stuck or negative energy they may be experiencing. As always, your Veterinarian should be the first call you make when you see a change in your animals behavior to rule out anything medical. If after consulting with your Vet and you find little progress being made, it may be more than a physical issue...it may be coupled with an ENERGETIC issue as well.
Mary and I look forward to assisting you!
One of the interesting thing I find working with my animal communication clients is that many times they want me to tell their pet to just stop an unwanted behavior. Unfortunately, they may be doing the behavior for a specific reason. My job is to find out why and then help the client and the pet come up with a solution. By telling Fido to stop barking without finding WHY he is barking is like putting a band aid on a incision without stitching it up first. It may hold for a little while, but it doesn't get to the heart of the issue.
Even though we can get to the heart of the issue, there usually is training to be done after the call to help change the unwanted behavior for good. Training is a necessary component to keep your pets mental health in check as well as emotional health. When your animal companion KNOWS what is expected from him/her, there is less room for them to make up the rules. Here are a few ideas to keep in mind:
1. If you haven't started training sessions, keep them short in the beginning, 5-10 minutes max.
2. Always provide yummy, high value treats that are used only during your training sessons and use " everyday" treats for other things.
3. Be sure to keep things light and positive. Your dog lives to please you ( REALLY!) so positive reinforcement works the best.
4. If your dog is not catching on like you would expect, try again the next day. But certainly end on a positive note. Give him a command that he knows and can execute before quitting your session.
5. If you are feeling frustrated, know your dog is feeling it too. I guarantee that will be reflected in the way he executes his commands. Check yourself if things are going off track during your session. He may be feeling your frustration, tiredness or boredom and will reflect that back to you.
Animal Communication is an excellent tool to help you and your pet build trust and a deep bond. It allows you to understand THEIR perspective on things. Once you know their likes and dislikes, it becomes a much better working relationship. Training helps keep their mind sharp and gives them boundaries. When you utilize both components, you are working together to create a healthy, happy, well balanced companion.
Tracy Harris, Animal Communicator
This idea of talking to your animals is pretty new to most of our clients. Here's a quick outline of what to expect: