*Learn How to Talk to Animals with Professional Animal Communicator, Val Heart › Forums › Animal Talk Coaching Club Forum › Live Q&A Call December 10, 2022! Post your questions (Gold & Plat)
11/12/2022 at 5:06 pm #90326ModeratorModerator
Please post your questions (and re-post questions if still open) for our next Gold & Platinum Club Members Live Monthly Ask Val Anything about Animal Communication Call on Saturday, December 10 at 8:30 am Pacific / 10:30 am Central / 11:30 am Eastern Time. These calls last up to 2 hours to provide coaching and modeling including communicating with our Featured Animal Teacher complete with live feedback as well as answers to your questions.
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If your question is related to communicating with a specific animal, please attach their picture using a small sized image that is named with your specific animal’s name and your name. This allows all of us to practice our communications skills as Val models techniques for us.
The deadline for your questions to be considered for the call is 24 hours before the call (Friday at 12:00 noon Eastern).
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Note from Val:
Prior to the Call, I review the posted questions and will choose how to best answer them in the time we have. Some questions and their answers may be combined or adjusted to better serve the group. Typically questions are answered in the order in which they are received but I reserve the right to change the order. Note that we may not have time to answer all questions during the call. If you have a deep, personal or urgent question, you may be better served by signing up for a personal session with me.
There will be a recording of the call available after the call within 72 hours. However, student interaction can be the catalyst that produces remarkable insights, and your participation is vitally important. Please plan to be on the live call.
Thank you for being a member of the Coaching Club and for sharing your love of animals with all of your fellow students. I’m looking forward to hearing what’s on your mind and discovering how I can best guide you on your journey!
11/25/2022 at 4:09 am #90461Rosemary MPlatinum Member
I’m wondering how I can get right and wrong information in the same communication session with an animal. For example, I connected with a dog recently. I asked for verifying information so she showed me the view out of the window of a tree (correct), a table or shelf with a round bowl (incorrect), and a pile of newspapers (correct). The same things often happens. The information in the middle was incorrect – but if I’m in the middle of the communication and other things are correct…HOw does that work? Thank you,
11/25/2022 at 6:50 am #90464Nita MukherjeeGold Member
Thanks for the guidelines on connecting with my Brownie in spirit during the last call. I’m trying to understand the transition process to come to terms with it, so a few questions related to it.
1. As a follow up to last time, is the communication possible or affected in any way if she has already reincarnated somewhere?
2. If an animal says she’ll return (as she did in 3 communications after passing) can she later change her mind (after that communicators said she would not return) and why.
3. Finally, it is said that animals know beforehand as they choose their time and manner of passing, so does that include a painful and sudden end, as from an accident or attack by another dog? Or does the latter take them by surprise?
Thanks very much and blessings
11/30/2022 at 11:58 am #90503Kathy SimmsGold Member
Val, I desperately need your help. I don’t even know where to start. It’s Sabrina. When I first brought her home she was adorable, but very headstrong and very high energy. Outside she would do her zoomies and run and run and run. She would run circles around Georgia. She got a little bigger and would plow right into Georgia and knock her down. Georgia began laying down so she wouldn’t be knocked down. Then Sabrina would run around to the back of Georgia and bite and pull on her tail, just trying to get a rise out of Georgia and get her to chase her. But Georgia has arthritis in her back and wasn’t up to that. But they have been best friends and Sabrina still likes to plop down right beside Georgia and lay with her.
When Sabrina was between 3 and 4 months old she went to class with us and when we started to walk into the crate room 2 german shepherds tried to come after her. I honestly thought they were coming out of the crate. It scared her to death. She ran behind me and then hid behind a crate. I finally got her into her and then she puffed out her little chest and barked at those two big dogs. That was the beginning. She was afraid of dogs, especially big dogs, and especially shepherds and would bafed at them and be very defensive. Started her in puppy obedience and after the first class when she realized these dogs were not going to hurt her she was fine. Graduated that class, made a friend with a german shepherd puppy and always wanted to play with him. We went into the next level class and she excelled. Instructed loved her. She was so smart, did everything she was asked, learned very quickly. walked on a loose leash, stopped her barking, which had become very bad, and was being a lovely pup. graduated that class and instructed wanted her to go into advanced but the only class available was another puppy class. It was a very large class with at least a dozen to 15 puppys all abt 7 to 9 months old as was Sabrina. The instructor did not like her from the get go and said Sabrina raised her lip at her, she did not, and classified her as an aggressive dog. Next class she said Sabrina growled at her, she did not, and told the class that this dog did not like people. Untrue. Sabrina loved people. But at that first class, a big mastiff (puppy? looked like an adult) lunged at her and tried to attack when Sabrina had not even looked at the other dog, she was sitting in heel position on my left side and the other dog was 3 ft away on my right. Well this kept happening, the instructor never corrected the guy with the mastiff, but would always make us move…to a very stressful place where Sabrina was always looking over her shoulder. After the third class in which the mastiff had tried to get her every time, I pulled her and never went back. Also on the same nite, walking to the car after the mastiff attack, a guard dog inside a fenced area where I was parked, locked eyes with her and tried to find a way out. Sabrina was screaming and trying to bolt away from me in the opposite direction. I was trying to get my keys out to to unlock the car and get her in. By the time I was able to get inside the car she was beside herself and I couldn’t calm her. she continued to bark and cry most of the way home. I enrolled her in a reactive dog class, unfortunately it didn’t start for 5 weeks after this. I had to try to keep her away from triggers, BUT with the dog behind us and people walking by with their dogs, things just esculated. She has 4 classes, she is doing well in class and when I was home for 4 days she responded very well to the training, wasn’t barking much was listening well etc. I went back to work, my old roommate was visiting for a few weeks and
I don’t know what happened but she got worse. She has been barking at everything, does her fence running with the dog behind us, he doesn’t really run but it gets her started and she wont stop. I cannot catch her, she won’t listen to anything at that point and I just have to wait for her to wind down.
Now the big thing. She turned a year old Nov 26 and also came into her first heat cycle. Her hormones are raging and she has become VERY aggressive with Georgia twice now and if Georgia wasn’t so non aggressive we would have had a bloody mess but so far Georgia has not engaged and I have been able to grab Sabrina’s collar and hold her back. I am having to keep them separated in the house as I don’t know what might trigger her, this last time it was well I guess both times a doorway I think is the trigger and this last time she kept glancing over at the treats I had out to give them when I left and then she just turned on Georgia again. So she has been spending a lot of time in the crate, Georgia has to trade off sometimes so I can have Sabrina out and play and work with her, but Georgia has arthritis in her back and I don’t want to keep her confined too much. Our last class is this fri, Dec 2, one of my neighbors complains abt Sabrina barking, says she is aggressive and tells me I need to get rid of her.
Can you help us? I apologize for this being so long. Just wanted to give you the background.
ps Georgia is also coming into heat which is not helping anything
12/02/2022 at 4:11 pm #90540GretaGold Member
My family visits our local zoo (Louisville, KY) regularly. I tune in with many of the animals as best as I can, though I’m not aware of receiving much back from them, and reconnect with them from home later for practice. A month or so ago on a visit Shelby the bald eagle was displaying some very unusual behavior: could you please ask her about it? I have a sense of why, but it’s pretty far out, and I’d like to get some confirmation. Thank you so much!!!
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