Communicating With Horses

Very interesting animal communication session with a talkative horse!

The Rubber Curry Comb

Right. So, some people are going to think I’m a bit crazy. Off my rocker, so to speak. And I’ll probably lose any respect from the logical, scientific, and fact-loving readers. But last week Otis saw a Horse Communicator.

Sort of like a psychic. Or a median.

“What rubbish!” I can hear the cynics cry. Well, put it this way; as much as I love knowing the facts, figures, explanations, I still believe in fairies because if I said I didn’t, and one died, then I’d feel ever so guilty. It reminds me of when I asked a science teacher at school how was it possible to be religious and a scientist when the theories clash so frequently. Her answer, was that when you saw the amazing chemistry, evolution, and the way the world interlinks, it is impossible not to believe that one greater being is behind all of it…

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Between the Lines: Equine Guided Mindfulness Meditation Retreats — Equine Guided Growth Retreats

When I initially came across Katherine of Katherine’s Corner‘s blog series, Between the Lines, I thought it would be a great way to meet other bloggers the same age as I am. The Between the Lines Blog series highlights the creativity of bloggers of 50 years and older. I was not disappointed. Since the series […]

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The Essential Horse

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What I’m about to share with you may turn some of you away from my blog, but it may help some others so I’m pressed to share.

I’m known as the “Hippie Horse Chick” up here where I live in southwestern Montana. I was born and raised in Montana and spent many years being a cowgirl, riding colts, rodeoing, barrel racing and roping. I’ve definitely done my share of cowgirl type of activities, but noticed as I got older that being a cowgirl didn’t define me. The old ranchers that live around me shake their heads at me when they spot me doing something “weird”. And I’m often spotted doing weird things! But I continue to march to the beat of my own drum and work at not letting what others think of me effect me. It’s an ongoing battle, but I would rather be my own weird self and…

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Animal Reiki: It’s not what you think

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Do you love animals? Are you interested in holistic modalities? Have you ever tried meditation? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you are a perfect candidate for learning animal Reiki.

What? Animal Reiki is not for you, you say? Well, hear me out for a few seconds. Having spent so many years in this field, I’ve encountered every reason or excuse you can think of. But I’m here to let you know it’s worth another few moments of consideration because—and I truly believe this—animal Reiki might not actually be what you think it is.

So without further ado, here are three likely reasons why you haven’t tried animal Reiki—and why I think you should:

Reason #1: “It’s too woo-woo.” If you think being in a positive and balanced state of mind is woo-woo, if you think kindness and compassion are woo-woo, if you think meditation is…

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Christine and Raphael PhotoChristine with Raphael!

Hi everyone and welcome to SPIRIT TALKS. I am thrilled to introduce Christine Noble Seller as my special guest this week. Christine is an Animal Communicator, Animal Reiki Educator & Practitioner, and Inter-species Intuitive.

Based in Canada, Christine teaches in-person workshops in Eastern Ontario and offers animal communication and animal Reiki globally, incorporating Bach Flower Remedies and Tellington Touch. She supports and speaks on behalf of animals and supports those who support animals, including: animal guardians, animal rescues & shelters, and other practitioners.

In the following text, Christine shares with us the most frequently asked questions from animal lovers… WHAT ANIMALS WANT US TO KNOW. Read on.

“Many people who live with animals often exclaim, “if only they could talk…” Well they do! As an Inter-species Intuitive, I facilitate the communication between humans and animals. Communication with animals and nature is telepathic. Having communicated with hundreds of…

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Animal communicators for pet loss

Martha Tousley is a registered nurse with a masters degree in Advanced Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing. She also runs the Grief Healing website which has a wealth of useful information for those suffering from the loss of a loved one. Not only that, but she has pages specific to pet owners who have lost their animals.

We all know how painful it is when our pets cross over to that rainbow bridge. The gap it leaves in our hearts can be as painful as when we lose a human friend. Sometimes we don’t have anyone to turn to, or we feel too upset to talk to anyone. Martha’s website has lots of advice for those looking to get over their grief so it’s well worth a look.

There is even a list of reputed animal communicators that offer help for those who have had their pet or horse cross over to the other side. It can be a really helpful way of bringing closure to the separation and loss we feel without our pets, whether they are dog, cat, horse, rabbit or any animal. You can also find a grief forum there which has thousands of threads and is a wonderful place to ask questions about what you are going through personally, with plenty of helpful members.

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