When common sense and medical training told me one thing, but my gut instincts and psychic senses said differently. How it made a difference for one little bird.
She came into my life last summer. Pidge was only with me for a short time, but across those weeks, I learned quite a bit about myself, and the natural world. As well as how to trust my own inner senses to a greater degree. Especially when it comes to animal communication.
Halloween! The veil between the worlds thins and we all hope for that contact, a brush with the beyond. Maybe you’ve lost someone special and you’d like just a little touch to show you they’re okay. That’s what happened to me.
His awareness though is pretty astonishing, and that's after 30+ years of diverse animal experience. Xander is simply one of the most awake dogs I've ever known. I feel so lucky he chose to walk this life with me.
This exchange between myself and my two dogs, Xander and Gary, is a good example of how you can use both to enhance clarity and understanding between you and your companion.
All the behavioral science in the world doesn’t cover the mental and psychic rapport that’s developed. How these crows will show up, and hold space near me while I’m meditating in my garden.
I’ve always wanted to have my own wild crow family. They are everywhere around us, but none seemed inclined to want to become closer until D.M. Our relationship is by no means unique, the Internet is full of these sorts of stories. But yeah…super fun!
Lilith and Taserface. Yes. That’s really his name. MCU all the way. Train...cats? Yep. I’ve done some basic target training, name recognition. I about kicked myself when I realized they were perfect for harness training.
Xander is my Hundred-Pound Marshmallow, a Great Pyrenees/Something-Probably-Labbish mix. He’s a gentle giant with people and small baby things. Baby chicks especially. It was love at first sight of those tiny balls of fluff. His ginormous heart melted.
Diaval Murder dropped out of the sky one day in early spring, landing with a clatter of claws on my greenhouse roof.