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Animal & Horse Communication Blog

My animal / horse communication blog – just my thoughts, and my insights on the fascinating things I learn from animals!    Listen to the audio versions / podcast here.

Do horses retain trauma?

Do horses retain trauma?

Listen here As a horse communicator, I recently wondered how many horses retain trauma in their bodies? On the one hand, they are better than us at living in the moment, and therefore letting go of experiences that don't serve them well. But, if they've had a bad...

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Do horses like wearing shoes?

Do horses like wearing shoes?

Listen to the blog here (bonus, you get to hear my Scottish accent, lol) As a horse communicator, I'm used to my clients asking a wide range of questions. This one had been asked a few times, so I decided to see if I could find out. Lots of people have very definite...

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What are you scared to hear your horse say?

What are you scared to hear your horse say?

Listen to the blog here Do you find yourself asking, "Is my horse happy?" Are you holding off from booking an animal communication session with them - or, tuning in more closely yourself - because you're worried about what they might say? You're not alone - this is...

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Can I talk to my own animals?

Can I talk to my own animals?

Listen to the audio version here Since I'm an Animal Communicator, often people ask me how well I can communicate with my own animals. Not so good, actually! There are a few reasons, I think. The personal relationship and history makes it harder to be impartial and...

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Are Zoo animals happy?

Are Zoo animals happy?

I visited the Zoo last week... I've been intending to go for months; I found that I was really curious to know what it would feel like, whether the animals would talk to me, what they might say. Now, generally speaking I'm not a fan of Zoos. It makes me very...

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A day in the Life of an Animal Communicator

A day in the Life of an Animal Communicator

Listen to the blog here: Listen here I've been asked a few times what my average day looks like, so here you go - I assure you it's not glamorous! First thing I'm a slow starter in the morning, so I usually float about in my dressing gown for an hour or two before...

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Horse loading problems

Horse loading problems

Before I was an Animal Communicator, I spent 25 years training horses and people - everything from Western riding, to problem solving, to bio-mechanics. Trailer / float loading problems are super common, and I still get people now asking how I - as an Animal...

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Adventures with Insects

Adventures with Insects

This morning on my daily dog walk, I was stopped short by movement in my path. It was a cicada, spinning wildly in circles on its back. It 'felt' to me like it was having a panic attack - and a small bird flew away as I approached. I'm not sure whether it had actually...

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