Confessions of an Animal Communicator

 General,  rescued by Debra Porter and myself.  At the age of 33 General was laid to rest in 2013.  

General,  rescued by Debra Porter and myself.  At the age of 33 General was laid to rest in 2013.  

In 2006, my Arabian mare (Gramsey) broke her P2 (ankle).  Prior to this occurrence, I had never contacted an animal communicator.  Gramsey’s injury was very serious.  Even though the veterinarians that I contacted were adamant that surgery was not an option and that Gramsey should be euthanized, I wanted to hear from Gramsey.  I wanted to know her thoughts and feelings.  A friend told me about an animal communicator that she had previously contacted, so I decided to give her a call. I shared Gramsey’s history with this communicator and she told me that Gramsey wanted to be euthanized.  This piece of information simply did not ring true for me, so I decided to contact someone else.  I did not believe that Gramsey was ready to go.  The second person that I contacted was a very experienced animal communicator.  She said that Gramsey wanted to continue living and that she wanted to have surgery on her ankle.  At this point, I simply did not know what to think.  Two animal communicators had told me two completely different things.  Additionally, I had been told by an orthopedic surgeon that the break was too severe to surgically repair.  The information that I had received from all of these sources simply did not resonate with my own thoughts and feelings concerning my horse.  Furthermore, it really bothered me that the messages from the animal communicators were so contradictory.  I tried to make sense of all of this differing information and continued to question who was right and who was wrong.  As these thoughts continued to circulate in my head, as if from nowhere, I heard the words, “As long as you go to the outside for your answers, you will always get contradictions”. 

 Nemo, my miniature horse who reminds me of Pig Pen.  

Nemo, my miniature horse who reminds me of Pig Pen.  

Everyone has the ability to communicate with animals…yes…EVERYONE!  The hardest part of communicating with animals is allowing yourself to trust the messages that you receive.  As Independence Day approaches, let’s be mindful that the greatest gift we can give ourselves is to become independent thinkers, trusting ourselves enough to be receptive to intuition, guidance, and messages from all sources. Our great country was founded by strong individuals who followed their own inner knowing.  Chaos and contradictions are simply outward signs and messages that we are not following our own inner guidance and intuition.

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I personally have been an animal communicator for many years now.  When I relay the information that I receive from their animals, people often will say, “Yes, that is how I felt also”.  Obviously, animal communicators can provide a valuable service, but not at the expense of sacrificing your own inner guidance.  Once again, the secret is TRUST!  Others will proclaim to know what is best for you, but trust yourself enough to know that the wisdom you desire is within. The path of least resistance, which is commonly chosen by others, simply may not be the path for you.  As you celebrate this Independence Day, trust that the guidance and intuition that you feel within will always operate for your highest good and will never lead YOU down the wrong path.  

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Have a great 4th of July week and I look forward to seeing you on the road less traveled.

 

Happy Independence Day, 

Linda