Archive for the ‘General’ Category
My Own Personal Change Agent
Her name was/is Trivia. She left her physical body almost twenty years ago, yet she is still with me every day. When I first met her as a five week old puppy born next door, I had no clue that she would change my life forever. She was the type of dog that everyone loved – even those afraid of most large breeds. She just assumed that they would know that she was not a threat and that they could accept her with no reservations. She would have been a great therapy dog, but I didn’t even know those wonderful ambassadors even existed then. I was the one who was dense, career-focused, and oblivious to the divinity that shines within all.
Kimmy’s Story: Life Lessons From Our Katrina Survivor
Kimmy is a two-year old rottweiler who adopted us on December 1, 2005 and joined our family of one horse, one mule, two other dogs, three cats, one snake, numerous chickens and three humans. This in itself is not remarkable since many animals find their forever homes in a variety of ways. What makes this event special is that Kimmy is a Katrina survivor, one of the thousands of animals rescued by courageous, dedicated volunteers in New Orleans in the devastation left by Hurricane Katrina. On September 26, 2005, two volunteers from A Rotta Love, a Minnesota rottweiler rescue group, drove to Davenport, IA to complete the transport chain that would bring five weary, traumatized survivors of Hurricane Katrina to the Twin Cities. Kimmy was from the Ninth Ward and was in sad shape, emaciated and with sores from the toxic chemicals covering her body.
How to Help Your New Horse Trust You
So, you’ve found your new horse, possibly at an auction or from a dealer. Maybe you bought it through an ad in a paper or website. You are hopeful that all of the good things you’ve seen and been told are, in fact, true and that this particular horse is just what you’ve been looking for. You get the horse home or to the boarding stable and now the work begins.
My Mentor Is A Horse
It sounds weird I know, but for an animal communicator it makes perfect sense. When I first started working with animal telepathy ten years ago I struggled with doubts and insecurities just as my students do today. What if I was just making it all up? What if I was not really getting what the animal wanted to say? I prayed for guidance and validation and my teacher appeared in the form of a horse, a very special spiritual master teacher.
Our Search for Spirituality
I always had a hard time finding God in a building, be it a magnificent church, a synagogue, a mosque or a tiny chapel. Raised in the Catholic faith, I knew I should go to church to pray and ask the priest to intercede on my behalf for the forgiveness of my sins. But even though I attended a Catholic grade school I never felt connected to God on a personal level until I went camping for a week on an island in northern Minnesota, surrounded by nature, animals and the stars you don’t get to see in the city. That was my first conscious taste of my connection to all living things, in other words, my connection to my own spirituality.