I am reading two books at the moment. One is Goddesses Never Age, by Christiane Northrup MD, and the other is The Animal Communicator’s Guide Through Life, Loss and Love, by Pea Horsley, the lady who presented the animal communication workshop which I recently attended. Although I haven’t finished either one, I realised that, in essence, they are both about the same things – making the most of our lives
View from back of holiday house at feeding time. I had expected to post a message saying that there wouldn’t be a blog this week, as I would be away. However, luckily I have found a minute or two to write a few words which may pass as a blog, if you have an open mind. I am currently staying in a beautiful holiday house at Cooroibah, an
Is it possible to communicate with animals telepathically? I know the answer is yes. I have seen it and experienced it; I have done it. But I wouldn’t call myself an Animal Communicator, because to become an animal communicator, I believe you need a couple of things that I currently lack: confidence in my ability, and practice followed by validation. I have been taught by a couple of masters. I
Nothing happens by accident. There are no coincidences. Everything happens for a reason, even if you never know what that reason is. Everything is always happening for the highest good of all involved. This concept is illustrated by an old Buddhist tale: It is the story of an old farmer whose only horse ran away. That evening, the neighbours gathered to commiserate with him since this was such bad luck.