I have always had a connection to animals. I remember visiting the gorilla exhibit at the San Diego Zoo many years ago. The alpha male Silverback came up to the window and stared at me. I telepathically told him that I honored him and I bowed my head. After staring at me for a while longer, he placed his palm against the glass grunted and walked away. I knew we had connected and it was exciting. Over the years I tried to communicate with other animals. I often had the impression that the animals understood me but I had a hard time recognizing their communications back to me. It wasn't until I rescued a retired racing greyhound that I noticed I could actually understand her telepathically.
The conversations with my greyhound started me on a journey. I took courses in animal communication and read many books on the subject. I practiced with the wildlife in my yard and with the family of dogs in my life. I had a stressful job in the corporate world where I was increasingly unhappy. My animals were telling me to change my career. Leaving my job was not an easy decision. I decided to retire early to pursue a life where I could be of service.
I have learned so much from the animals that I have worked with. Animals have taught me what it is to love unconditionally. I have learned to be more tolerant of people and situations in my life. I have become kinder and more compassionate. I have been taught to ask for help when I need it and to accept that help without feeling guilty. Our animals are always working with us to become better beings. I have found great joy in being able to convey to humans what their animals would like them to know. This work has changed my life. I look forward to working with you.