Have you ever considered the possibility that you and your animal (past or present) have spiritual agreements with each other? And could it be that your animal has valuable information for you that you have not spent much effort learning in order to communicate more effectively with him or her? These questions and many more can be answered by opening you and your pet up to the wonderful methodology of Animal Communication.
What is Animal Communication?
In trying to learn how this methodology works, I spoke with Miranda Alcott, a specialist in the field of Animal Communication, who helps people understand what animals have to say to us. Miranda has a Masters Degree in spiritual psychology from the University of Santa Monica and is a certified crisis counselor. She helps pet owners, veterinarians, and other animal specialists who can not get the answers to specific issues. She is practiced in getting beyond the immediate issue and helping us find out through our pets what the behavioral, medical, or emotional condition that is affecting them.
Miranda can help you with even the most basic questions that you might have with your pet or animal that you cannot treat on your own. You simply give her a call, send a recent picture of your pet and she will spend time with you on the phone to find out through your pet what the issue is and how to treat it. She listens to your pet’s wants and needs and councils both the human and the animal to reach a harmonious resolution. You may be very surprised to learn what your pet has to say!
Miranda can help you get the answers that you just don’t understand when your pet starts to behave differently. Why is my cat suddenly crying in the middle of the night? Why does my dog run out the front door when he never has before? What was my pet’s life like before I adopted her?
Miranda told me a story about a dog named Elvis, who was the perfect dog to his humans until he suddenly began to act erratically. He started to pee in different rooms of the house and never with a pattern that his owners could understand. This behavior continued for a few months, during which time his owners got him every health test possible by his vet. However, he was found to be in perfect health.
Then one night, when his owners returned home, they walked inside to find that Elvis had peed on the coffee table! It was at this point that they decided to consult Miranda. Elvis told Miranda that there had been intruders out back, watching the house. Miranda asked to look through Elvis' eyes and he showed her where they had been lurking in the ivy on the hillside behind the house. And Elvis (and Miranda) saved the day, the police were called and everything returned to normal, especially Elvis. What a great story.
Miranda, through veterinary medical intuition, has helped numerous pet owners and veterinarians find the cause of an animal’s illness. Veterinarians call her to assess what they can do for a sick pet when they simply can not find the answer. She looks into the animal’s body using a photograph and can pinpoint what and/or where the condition lies.
She also helps pet owners with end of life issues. Is your pet suffering and is he ready to transition? What can you do to make him comfortable? Where does she want to be buried when she has passed away?
Miranda Alcott and her Animal Communication therapy are a great way for us to really understand what is occurring in the life of our pet(s) beyond the obvious. It is an incredible form of therapy that we all should be open to and trust when our beloved pets are trying to tell us something that we simply cannot grasp. Take a look at her website and contact her to find out what your pet is telling you. You will be glad that you did! http://www.animalstalk2me.com
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