While searching for something inspiring to post here, I came across this quote. I learn so much from animals and hope you do as well!
"But ask the animals, and they will teach you, or the birds of the air, and they will tell you; or speak to the earth, and it will teach you, or let the fish of the sea inform you. Which of all these does not know that the hand of the Lord has done this? In his hand is the life of every creature and the breath of all humanity." Job 12:7-10
So, as an animal communicator, what are some of the things I've learned from animals? At the park I go to frequently, a Canada goose named Henry adopted me some years back as his best buddy. He comes when I call and in the early years, would join me on my walks around the park. Sometimes he would attack other walkers who came too close, but he's mellowed quite a bit over the years.
What I've learned from Henry is community. He defends his little flock of geese and ducks with a vengeance and has 'protected' me from the dangers he perceives in the world, which don't often coincide with what I perceive as dangers. Several years ago, two male Canada geese were in the lake fighting over a female. Henry 'herded' me into the flock and made me stay there while the fight was going on. I humored him. After a few minutes, though, I told him I really had to go and would make sure to walk across grass. I also let him know I had no intentions of getting into that lake and anywhere near those three! LOL
He's also taught me how to be 'invisible'. When there have been other, more dominant, male geese in the park, he becomes very quiet and draws his energy in tight around him. He almost seems to tip-toe around the park and frequently stays out of sight of the other male. By watching him, I've learned how to pull my energy in tight around me at times when I need to be 'invisible'.
I'm learning that observation is a big part of being a pet psychic. My cat, Mr Dickens, is teaching me a lot about how he supports me when I'm feeling down or chaotic.
Not too long ago, my cell phone was stolen when I was at the Belleville Public Library. I had just purchased it five days before. A witness told me who had taken it. I was very upset when I got home and was calling the store I'd purchased it from (Wireless Toyz). Dickens kept crawling all over me. I kept pushing him away and eventually he perched on top of the baker's rack I was sitting in front of. Finally! It dawned on me. He was trying to comfort me!! Argh. Yes, sometimes even we pet psychics take a while to get the message! LOL