Animal Communication Tip – Let Your Animal Know About A Visit To The Vet

Aug. 30th 2013 10:12 AM

When you need to take your animal companion to the vet, it is helpful to let them know what the experience will be.

My dog Syra used to love to go the vet because she got treats and was fawned on by the entire staff. A few pokes and prods was nothing to Syra amidst all of the loving and attention. My cats, on the other hand, have never looked forward to a vet visit.  Each animal’s nature is different. Whether your companion is relaxed or tense about vet visits, consider conveying what they can expect during the appointment prior to going.

Offer a description: “First they will weigh you, then the vet will check your heart, ears and teeth and then we will come home together.” Visualize the experience and calmly send that image to your animal. Remember that animals sense our emotions and energy so be sure you are feeling calm when you transmit a message to your furry friend. Give some thought to your choice of words and hold the image in your mind as you relay the message.

Clear and loving communication lays the foundation for a successful experience.

 

Animal Communication Tip – Communicate The Behavior You Want

Jun. 8th 2013 5:33 AM

dog sitting

When you communicate with your animal companions, it is important to communicate the desired behavior and not phrase or project the negative.

Animals pick up on the energy of our communications as much as they do our words and imagery. So when you communicate a message to your animal companion, relay your message in a positive manner and align your emotions with what you are communicating.

Here’s an example. If you would like your dog to greet a guest respectfully, say: “Sally is visiting today and I would like you to greet her in a friendly and gentle manner”. Visualize in your mind that your dog greets Sally calmly and then transmit that image to your dog. This message is a lot different than feeling frustrated and saying: “Don’t jump on Sally when she visits today.” What your dog will ‘hear’ from the latter message is ‘Jump on Sally when she visits today” because the mind does not register the word “don’t”.

Clear and loving communication lays the foundation for a successful experience for you and your animal companion.

 

 

Communicate with Animals – Monthly Animal Communication Practice Sessions with Rain Hummingbird – Tele-class Format

Jun. 29th 2012 6:59 PM

Practicing with a wide variety of animals is one of the best ways to hone and deepen your animal communication skills. Here’s an opportunity for you to practice with other people’s animals from the comfort of your own home.

Series Format:

This ongoing tele-class series is offered monthly. Next class is: Thursday, July 26, 2012, starting @ 7pm (US Eastern time) and lasting at least 60 and up to 90 minutes. Cost is $37. The schedule for future classes will be announced monthly. You may participate in one class, periodically or on an ongoing basis.

From the group of participants, I will randomly choose one person who will select one of their animals. The group will then have the opportunity to communicate with the selected animal. After the communication, each participant will share what they received and the animal’s human companion will offer feedback.

In an effort to give everyone ample time to connect with more than one animal per session, share afterward, and receive feedback, space is limited. For additional details about this series and other workshop offerings, please go to this link on my website: http://rainhummingbird.com/workshops/

Prerequisites & Participation:

Participation in this series requires a basic level of animal communication understanding and skill. Anyone who has taken my Learn To Communicate With Animals Workshop or mentored with me qualifies to participate in the Practice Sessions. Anyone who has taken a Basic Level Animal Communication Workshop with any other qualified animal communicator is also welcome to join. Others with interest, who have not taken an animal communication workshop, will be considered on an individual basis. Kindly contact me directly to discuss further.

Registration

Please contact me at 828-337-4686 or rain@rainhummingbird.com to reserve your spot in the next session.

 

Hearts in My Path – Walk In Beauty

Jun. 22nd 2012 8:55 AM

Dylan (Photo by Diane Lewis, pet photographer)

This is the final post telling Dylan’s story, as told by my client Donna G. Enjoy! Please leave a comment and share what you think.

Chapter 3

“I don’t believe, I know.” Carl Jung

In September, six months after Dylan passed over, I was in Cleveland on a business trip. The afternoon I arrived in Cleveland was a beautiful fall day. I drove down to a park by Lake Erie and watched the sunset. I sat on a picnic table and took photos of the lighthouse off shore. The light was golden and lovely, and I enjoyed my time there.

The next morning I was getting ready for my business meeting, thinking about what I should say about this or that problem. As I was brushing my teeth, it was as if someone put a photograph in front of my eyes. In the photo I was sitting on the picnic table, looking out at the lighthouse. But it took my breath away when I realized there in the lush green grass of fall, looking peaceful and happy, was my sweet, sweet Dylan! He was looking at me with his wonderful kind eyes. It was one of those moments a person never forgets! There, in a hotel room in Cleveland, Dylan let me know that he was with me, ever with me.

I have to admit there was a part of me that thought maybe I should see a doctor! I know what grief can do to the human mind, and I had been in the throes of immeasurable grief for a long time. I decided to contact an animal communicator who had connected with Dylan when he was sick to ask how he was tolerating the chemotherapy treatments. I told her about the heart on the back door, the photo that flashed before my eyes, and that how sometimes I felt Dylan’s presence around me. I also told her I missed him so much that I wondered if I had imagined these things so I could bear the grief I was feeling. Her response was just what I needed:

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Animal Communication Practice Sessions – Practice Communicating with Animals – Monthly Series

Jun. 2nd 2012 12:30 PM

Practicing with a wide variety of animals is one of the best ways to hone and deepen your animal communication skills. Here’s an opportunity for you to practice with other people’s animals.

Series Format:

This ongoing tele-class series will be offered monthly. Next class is: Thursday, June 28, 2012, starting @ 7pm (US Eastern time) and lasting at least 60 and up to 90 minutes. Cost is $37. The schedule for future classes will be announced monthly. You may participate in one class, periodically or on an ongoing basis.

From the group of participants, I will randomly choose one person who will select one of their animals. The group will then have the opportunity to communicate with the selected animal. After the communication, each participant will share what they received and the animal’s human companion will offer feedback.

In an effort to give everyone ample time to connect with more than one animal per session, share afterward, and receive feedback, space is limited.

Prerequisites & Participation:

Participation in this series requires a basic level of animal communication understanding and skill. Anyone who has taken my Learn To Communicate With Animals Workshop or mentored with me qualifies to participate in the Practice Sessions. Anyone who has taken a Basic Level Animal Communication Workshop with any other qualified animal communicator is also welcome to join. Others with interest, who have not taken an animal communication workshop, will be considered on an individual basis. Kindly contact me directly to discuss further.

Registration

Please contact me at 828-337-4686 or rain@rainhummingbird.com to reserve your spot in the next session.

Journeying with Animals – An intimate workshop at my home

May. 15th 2012 10:40 AM

Journeying with Animals – An intimate workshop at my home

Saturday, June 16, 2012 from 10am to 4pm, $90; a light vegetarian lunch and herbal teas will be provided.

Shamanic Journeying allows us to more deeply explore our spiritual communion with animals by enabling us to…

…relax and travel into realms that honor the Spirit of all Life

…open up to the wisdom and healing available to us

…receive messages and teachings from the Masters – the animals themselves

…increase our awareness and consciousness of other species

…and enjoy the beauty and bliss of communing with the animals in a deep and soulful manner.

Gathering together in a small group, I will guide you through the Shamanic Journeying process. Everyone will have an opportunity to connect with a Power Animal and much more. There will be ample time for journaling and sharing your experiences.

This workshop is ideal for those who treasure the path of interspecies communication and wish to explore Shamanic Journeying as a resource to help broaden and deepen their experience with animals.

Space is limited so please contact me prior to registering for the workshop to ensure availability: (828) 337-4686 or rain@rainhummingbird.com. Thank you.

Directions and additional information will be provided after registration.

Learning to Trust & Adapt – Lessons From A Cat

Apr. 7th 2012 9:48 AM

At this time of year which is full of renewal and new beginnings, I wanted to share this touching and inspiring story from one of my clients. Please enjoy Lyna and Gizi’s story.

Heartfelt Lessons From My Cat

About 10 months after I moved into my cottage across from the Blue Ridge Parkway; I was walking from my back door to my workshop, when this young Tortoiseshell cat came out of nowhere, jumped into my arms and started licking me all over.

Wow- how unusual! My own 4 spoiled fur kids don’t even do that.

Needless to say, Gizi became my outdoor cat. I built a mudroom off my back door so she’d have shelter, yet could come and go as she pleased.

Well almost.

You see, all my cats through the years have stayed inside so I would always know they were safe. So when Gizi came in for her evening meal, I would lock her cat door so she’d be in for the night where the raccoons, foxes and other night wanderers couldn’t harm her.

But Gizi had other plans. She stopped coming home in the evenings and I was forced to go to bed and ”trust” that she knew what she was doing.

About a week later, I was surprised to see her back in her room, asking for her evening meal.

“Gotcha tonight” I exclaimed as I bent down to lock the cat door.

Incredible—the lock was broken—had Gizi found a way to do this?

I began to realize that this little cat had come to me to teach me, not only to trust, but to let go of control.

It’s been 8 years since Gizi became a part of my life and the bond we have is amazing. She sends me pictures of where she is when she is accidentally locked up or stuck somewhere, and has even come to me in the dreamtime, when she was missing for 4 days. Gizi has been a warrior that protects her property from other animals and has left me gifts of rodents she’s killed.

Seven months ago Gizi was shot and had to have her leg amputated.

I can’t imagine living without a leg- how will she handle this?

To my surprise, she found her balance pretty quickly and as she got stronger, she not only ran around the house, but I saw her throw her toy up in the air and jump on her 3 legs to catch it!

Very entertaining!

This amazing, beautiful creature has taught me to get balance in my life and to learn to adapt to whatever life throws my way. Although no longer a warrior, Gizi is doing just that as she is enjoying her new role as Princess of the house.

Animal Communication Workshop – Teleclass – How to Communicate with Animals – Begins April 3

Mar. 16th 2012 12:16 PM

I am delighted to offer a Tele-Class Workshop to help you deepen your intuitive abilities and learn to communicate with animals.

This live (teleconference), interactive class, which you can participate in from the comfort of your home, starts April 3. This will be an in-depth, 6 hour workshop scheduled in four 90-minute classes. I will guide you through exercises and share techniques that will allow you to communicate with animals and you will have the opportunity to communicate with an animal in this class.

Details & Registration

6-hour animal communication workshop scheduled in four 90-minute classes.

Tuesdays, April 3, 10, 17, 24; 7 PM – 8:30 PM (US EDT)

Registration: $135

To register, click here.

Course Description

Telepathic Animal Communication is a natural way of communicating between all living beings…and everyone can learn how – all it takes is training and practice! This class will teach you

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Animal Communication – How To Communicate With Animals – Lesson 2: Be Open and Receptive

Feb. 10th 2012 10:42 AM

Misha, photo courtesy of Kay

Being peaceful, open and receptive, is essential to clearly and accurately communicating with animals. Animal communication is natural and it is something to step back into. Remember, this is innate in you, something that you are reawakening wtihin yourself.

Like any communication, being an attentive listener is important to receiving messages clearly. This inolves being free of any judgments or expectations. If you have an emotional attachment to what an animal may or may not communicate with you, this will affect your communication. Recognize any limiting thoughts and release them.

Your attitudes towards animals will also influence your communications. It is important to recognize that all animals are sentient beings. They have with their own intelligence, emotions and awareness. Respect all animals for who they are and see beyond their physical form. Admire their spiritual qualities. Be humble and have a willingness to learn new ideas. When we are open to receiving the wisdom of animals, there is much we can learn from them. Be humble, open and receptive and allow the animals to teach you.

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Animal Communication – How To Communicate With Animals – Lesson 1: Be Present

Feb. 3rd 2012 8:56 AM

Regalo, photo courtesy of Tabitha

Congratulations for embarking on the rewarding journey of animal communication!

Understanding animals’ messages is a very innate natural ability. It is something everyone and anyone can do. In fact, you already know how to do it. You may just not know that you know how to communicate with animals. So, let me assure you that you can communicate with animals. We all can. It just takes some training and practice to become proficient. Consider this an opportunity to reawaken and deepen your connection to animals.

If animal communication is new to you, may I suggest you read the section of my website entitled ‘What Is Animal Communication’ to familiarize yourself with telepathic communication.  Click here to read that now.

The first step in communicating with any animal is

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