Loving Animals Enough to Listen

Just watched a beautiful 54-minute documentary about a particularly warm, endearing, and tuned-in animal communicator — a woman whose heart is so loving and open, with a demeanor so gentle and kind, animals readily trust her and respond by engaging in meaningful communications with her.

I’m sure many readers have read about, seen programs about, and even experienced animal communications, as have I. But this particular woman has a way about her that teaches almost by pure emanation – direct loving transmission – and while this doc has been around a while, it was new to me and I’m very happy to share it with you.

In under an hour we gain meaningful insight into not just dogs and cats, but racehorses, goats, an elderly elephant, a very sad bird who lost all its feathers due to a medication… and even ants. I’m currently in a major ongoing “battle” with ants, so that vignette couldn’t have been timelier for me!

This is the most touching documentary about animals that I may have ever seen. It is my most coveted ‘superpower’ to be this tuned in to be able to have meaningful 2-way conversation with animals. They are so precious, sensitive, and intelligent and have a LOT to share with us if we’d only listen!

(Btw the two photos in this post are not from the film.)

Here’s the video, for those who care about animals and are ready for something special: Continue reading

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The Cat Who Came Back – Part 2

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Following is the second (and final) part of the metaphysical feline/human love story that began here. This post brings my journey with Zander to how it stands today.

May loving cohabitation flourish between humans and all God’s creatures, great & small, in the enlightened times to come… all of which unfolds with each & every choice we make now.

Hope you enjoy, Whitehawk ox


Gazing out the window across my rolling, rural front yard one day last summer, my roaming mind snapped to attention when I spotted what appeared to be two black ears poking up from behind a small hill.

Could that be a cat? I wondered. Standing up for a better view, sure enough, I discovered a small black & white kitty sitting under a shady tree about 30 feet from the house, looking in my direction.

Living in a small mountain community as I do and being familiar with people’s pets, I knew this wasn’t a neighbor’s cat. I headed outside to meet this newcomer – or at least get a better look. Continue reading