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5 Fabulous Reasons to Meditate with Animals

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Meditating with animals is healing for them and you! As pet parents, we do our best to help our animal families to feel safe, loved, and happy. One of the best ways to accomplish this is to share a daily meditation practice with your animal family.   While there are many ways to share quality time with your animal family, meditating together strengthens your relationship and enhances your heart-connection, even if you only have 5 or 10 minutes a day. Why does meditating with animals have such a profound effect? Animals are finely attuned to our energy and mirror it.  When you feel anxious and stressed, your pets will feel it no matter how hard you try to hide it from them.  When you meditate with animals, you show them how much you love and care about them in a calm, peaceful, and open-hearted way. Here are 5 fabulous reasons to share a meditation practice with your animal family. Reason #1: Animals are naturally drawn towards peaceful and balanced energy.  When you meditate and feel

Animals want you to trust your intuiton

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Do you trust your intuition? You should.  As the pandemic wears on with no end in sight, we need to trust our gut and inner voice now more than ever to keep us safe.  I'm depending on my intuitive senses to help me navigate the new normals that don't feel normal at all.    Animals are wise teachers and guides on how to respond to imminent danger. Animals rarely hesitate to react to the energy around them because they know the best way to keep safe is to always listen to their instincts.   Cats are great examples of how to stay present in the moment. If they feel specific energy is a threat, they quickly move away from it.   As I like to say, "Humans are inclined to run towards danger while non-human animals tend to run away from it." All animals, including humans, are born with instincts that guide us in how to respond at any given moment. Gut instincts, inner knowing, hunches, or "spidey senses" are our internal guidance system that alerts us when there is

Spiritual and Holistic Explorers Support You and Your Pets During Pandemic

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The Council of Spiritual and Holistic Explorers met on March 31, 2020, as we entered the third week of the Shelter-At-Home Health directive and practicing physical distancing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  I was honored to be a part of this diverse group of healing practitioners, which has over 250 years of combined experience helping animals and people.  The Council's goal is to offer you and your animal family support, insight, and be a source of strength during these uncertain and challenging times. Although we are physically separated, the Council connected virtually to share love, light, heart connection, inspiration, and grounding.  This video includes practical support and guidance for you and your animals about: Exercises Herbs Homeopathy Flower Essences Animal Communication Astrology Spiritual Guidance Animal Reiki The Council Members (in order of appearance): Cheryl Schwartz , spiritual veterinarian/explorer. Mary Argo , Ph.D., animal comm

Heart Hugs Help You and Your Pet

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Strengthening your heart connection will help you and your pets through these challenging times.  TTouch Heart Hugs are an easy way to connect your heart with your animal family. As we adjust to the new normal during the COVID-19 pandemic, our animal families are calling upon us to take good care of ourselves. If we don't, then we won't be able to take good care of them.  One of the challenges we are experiencing to stem the tide of the pandemic is practicing physical and distancing to protect ourselves and our loved ones. It's hard being isolated. Thank goodness we don't have social distancing with our animal families. Animals feel an excellent way to cope with social distancing is to be in your heart center. One way to access your heart chakra is to give yourself and animal a TTouch Heart Hug. Created by  Linda Tellington-Jones , TTouch is a system of gentle circular touches that activate the body's potential at a cellular level. Heart hug

5 COVID-19 Survival Tips for You and Your Pet

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Together, We Will Get Through The Covid-19 Pandemic.

Dogs Benefit from Animal Communication and Reiki

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Luigi and Pierre I recently met with seven-year-old littermates, Luigi and Pierre. Their parents, Donna and Ned, wanted to better understand their dogs' behavior and health, so they scheduled an in-person Animal Communication and Reiki session. Donna shared the following, My husband, dog, and I met Cathy at an art event awhile ago. She read my dog right there and figured out that he did not like going to the dog park at all. She later remotely read Pierre and told me why he would run away when I coughed or cleared my throat. When my veterianarian and I were confused about how to care for my other dog, Luigi, I decided to hire the “Animal Muse” for a full reading and an Animal Reiki session.  We first talked with Luigi because Donna and Ned were concerned about his health and overall wellbeing. When I asked Luigi how he was feeling, he showed me pain in his front right leg and trouble walking. It felt like arthritis. Donna confirmed he suffered from arthritis and has

Traveling with a Surrogate Pet Brings Tremendous Comfort

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When traveling, I often suggest my human clients take a surrogate pet to help them feel connected to their animal family. Using a surrogate pet can bring you and your animals' comfort despite being physically apart. Before Roz left on a 3-week cruise in South America, we spoke with her two dogs, Beau and Austen during an Animal Communication session to prepare them.  During our conversation, I communicated to the dogs that their moms would be gone for three weeks and reassured them that they would return. I also suggested to Roz that she bring along a stuffed animal to act as a surrogate for her pets.  Roz loved the idea and found Mr. Fuddle-Wuddle while on her cruise. When Roz returned home, she shared the following: I asked Cathy, the Animal Muse to help me prepare my dogs for being left at home while I traveled on a three-week vacation. She communicated reassurance to my dogs and suggested that I take a stuffed dog to be a surrogate for my two boys. Cathy told

5 Powerful Ways to Share with Your Heart Animal

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Happy Valentine's Day Bodhi Bear Is Cathy's Valentine Valentine's Day is about celebrating love and relationships, including with your animal family. When it comes to unconditional love, no one loves you better than your heart animals.  Here are 5 powerful ways to tell your animal you love them: Visualize your hearts connected as you feel the unconditional love you have for your animal. Do something your animal loves to do, like take a walk or share a delicious treat. Book an Animal Reiki session to bring them peace and relaxation. Share your hearts during an Animal Communication session.  Learn Animal Communication and Reiki to show them how important they are. Your animal family will appreciate and thank you for giving them a voice in your relationship.

Animal Communication Is Not A One Sided Conversation

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An Animal Communication Session is a Dialogue Between You and Your Animal. Many times clients say to me, "I don't want to give you too much information because I'm concerned it will diminish what you'll receive from my animal." However, the exact opposite is true. What you share about your animals doesn't influence what I receive from your animal. If anything, it adds insight and essential details to the conversation. Animal communication is not a one-sided conversation: it's a dialogue. The goal of a session is to create a mutual understanding between you and your animal family. Everyone's perspective is important and needs to be heard. As an Animal Communicator, it's my role to facilitate clear communication with me acting as the animal's interpreter. My goal is to create a communication bridge between animals and their people. While your animal's perspectives are essential, so is your input and viewpoints. Casper M

Animal Communication Should Be Simple and Easy

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 5 Tips to Keep In Mind When Learning Animal Communication