My first sea turtle and manta ray animal communications happened on vacation in Hawaii. We escaped the first blast of winter 2017-2018!
Years ago, we spent time in Maui and missed the Road to Hana. It was on my To Do List! We spent 2-1/2 days driving over 50 miles one way around 620 hair pin curves, 46 single bridges, and saw lots of waterfalls. It was worth the wait!
While exploring, I experienced a sea turtle and manta ray animal communications! It wasn’t planned. It just happened.
Karen Schwichtenberg gave Animal Bridges a 5 Star Review on Facebook. The following is what she wrote on November 1, 2010:
I emailed Elaine a few weeks ago to see if she could help our cat Cameo heal the sore on his mouth. It would begin to heal with the application of Bacitracin, but then it itched him & he would scratch at it & open it up again.
Even though we live hundreds of miles away, Elaine communicated with Cami & told him he had to leave the sore… alone so it could heal. Cami complained that it itched & bothered him a lot. Elaine did a long-distance healing therapy with Cami a couple days later.
It has been almost 2 weeks now, & Cami is feeling so much better! His sore is almost completely healed now & he doesn’t scratch at it any more. If I see him start to scratch, I just remind him what Elaine said, & he stops! Cami was fearful of the Lavender essential oil that Elaine recommended at first, but now he enjoys being stroked with the scent & it calms him down.
On June 10, 2008, I received an email with subject of “”Help Me with My Cat,” A Request for Animal Communications. She had litter box problems with her cat. The cat was urinating outside the litter box. I couldn’t figure out how this person found me – she is from California. So I asked. Imagine my surprise when she mentioned an article on MSNBC.com and a blog! After receiving another request on a “cat behavior problem” that had also mentioned the MSNBC.com blog, I started putting it together. I quickly sent an email to a client in South Carolina (my husband’s cousin) and asked if she knew anything about this blog.
Her reply was “Yes!” She read the MSNBC.com article “What’s on your cat’s mind? Ask a pet whisperer” and answered the request the forum question. The forum is now closed. RDCgrrl’s entry stated she was skeptic of animal communications and animal communicators until I worked with her and her cats. Now she is a believer!
I love the power of the Internet. The article does a good job of explaining animal communications. Thanks “RDCgrrl” for putting Animal Bridges in the blog!
- Does your pet have pain or act scared sometimes?
- Ever wish you could tell her something she would understand?
- Wish you knew what he was thinking?
Every people/pet team has unique needs. Often, a combination of approaches will serve both the client and the pet best. It really depends on each individual animal and person’s needs. All methods are gentle and loving.
Each session is as unique as your pet and each session with your pet can be unique from her previous sessions.
It’s easy to set up your sessions, just contact me here or call me at 612-237-9580. I’m happy to help you explore the options and find the best solution for your unique situation.
“Elaine has been very helpful and supportive since my adoption of a very anxious dog. Her TTouch sessions and ongoing communication has helped us both. She has great suggestions and is very responsive to my frantic calls.” – Lynnea Forness, Minneapolis, MN