Preparing for an animal communication
Preparing for an animal communication session is easy. When you first call in to make an appt., I will ask for very limited information about your animals: their name, species, approximate age and colouring. This helps me make that first link with your friend, as you and I will both have our attention on them at the same time. This alone the reason why I do not need a picture in order to communicate with your animal friends (although I do love to see them), AND you do not have to be with your animals when we do speak. Animal Communication has no distance boundaries.
If you will be with your animal at the time of our consult, let them be free to do as they wish. Some may want to be right there, staring you in the eye. Others may leave the room or sit with their back to you. Some may even become quite animated, doing things they never do. The most intriguing situation is when they lay down and appear to be sound asleep, but nonetheless, are still communicating. The only time they may have difficulty is if they are very ill, are at the vets, or are under stress /duress at that moment. If an animal is under anesthesia, often I can not get them at all.
- Tell them we are going to be communicating soon.
- Tell them we are going to be asking them questions that you would like them to answer, and you may tell them in advance what the topic is.
- Assure them that this is their time to tell you everything on their minds as well.
- Make a list of questions to have ready when you call in for your session.
- Have an open mind and heart.
Calling in for your session
- Call in at your appointed time to the Appt Line: 315-652-4964, and be sure you have a quiet place without distractions.
- If you want a CD or MP3 recording of your session, be sure to ask for it at the beginning of your session.
- Help me keep track of time. I'm told I often look up when communicating, but sometimes I close my eyes too.
- Sit back, relax and enjoy.
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