Posts Tagged ‘animal communication’

My Spoiled Golden Retriever Gets Animal Reiki

Sharon Hill | June 17th, 2010

Whenever Sabrina Renee gets a little hyper and out-of-sorts, I call Cathy Currea to schedule a reiki session. She is an animal communicator and animal reiki practitioner.

Reiki is an ancient Japanese healing method that uses life energy to heal. It releases the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual imbalances that cause discomfort and disease. Usually reiki is done in person with the reiki practitioner moving the energy with their hands hovering over the body. However Cathy can not only do it in person, she can also do it from a distance.

Sabrina Renee’s session was from a distance. We called Cathy and she talked to Sabrina Renee about anything she wanted to tell me – it was mostly about her upcoming party – then Cathy did a healing session. After the session Sabrina Renee is usually relaxed and quiet and today was no exception. For the next few weeks she will be much more grounded, balanced and well-behaved.

Above is a photo of Cathy performing reiki on Sabrina Renee before her birthday party last year.

A Wonderful Weekend with My Spoiled Golden Retriever

Sharon Hill | May 2nd, 2010

Sabrina Renee and I had a wonderful weekend together.

Yesterday our friend Cathy Currea, who is an animal communicator, held a teleseminar, Introduction to Animal Communication. I have taken her classes before but never one of her teleseminars. I didn’t know if I would like it but I thought it might be fun for Sabrina Renee to be able to hear the class. I listened on speaker phone and Sabrina Renee stopped what she was doing as soon as she heard Cathy’s voice and was relaxed and attentive the whole two hours of the call. It was remarkable. I totally believe that animals understand us and can be connected to us at a soul level. We need to listen and understand them more than we do. Even Oprah says animals can be soulmates and has said she and her late dog Sophie were definitely soul connected.

Today, Sunday, we went downtown and attended a dog event sponsored by Tony LaRussa’s Animal Rescue Foundation. Every year they close a couple of blocks in our shopping plaza and have a dog walk and lots of vendor booths. We went down at 9:30am, even though the event starts at 11am, and there were already lots of people and dogs. Booths went up quickly to accommodate the morning rush.

Sabrina Renee doesn’t always like these events. Last year we got to the street and she backed up, she didn’t want to go. She almost did that today but I encouraged her. Then we found a lot of people there who knew us, a few we haven’t seen in awhile, and she got a lot of adoration and was fine.  I was really proud of how calm she was. Her veterinarian had a booth  and commented on how well she behaved she was today, too.

Around 11:30am, Sabrina Renee headed out. It was getting hot and very, very crowded and after two hours she was tired. We got home and she took a long nap. We played frisbee in the patio later, took a few walks then in the evening we went out to the patio again. She played a little then just laid down to relax.

The photo above is of Sabrina Renee relaxing after a happy weekend. Notice my trees have some well-bitten off branches.