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01/08/2022 at 11:03 am #86495ModeratorModerator
Please post your questions and re-post questions you previously posted for our next Gold & Platinum Member Live Monthly Ask Val Anything about Animal Communication Call on Saturday, February 12 at 8:30 am Pacific / 10:30 am Central / 11:30 am Eastern Standard Time. (Q&A = Question and Answer). The deadline for your questions to be considered for the call is 12:00 noon Eastern the day before.
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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 along with Val.
With all the great questions you’ve been submitting, we increased the length of the call up to 2 hours to provide more time for Featured Animal Teacher live communication and feedback AND to answer more of your questions.
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Calling All Questions! If you’d like a chance to get a hot “love” seat in the next call to interact personally with me, then post your question here no later than 24 hours ahead of the class time to assure that they are included on the call. Questions are normally answered in the sequence in which they are posted, so it is best not to wait until the last minute. Be sure to post before the deadline of 12 noon Eastern on Friday, the day before our QA call.
Remember to let us know if there are specific topics on which you would like more teaching.
Prior to the Call, I’ll review the questions posted and will choose how to best answer them in the time we have. Some questions may be combined or adjusted, answers combined to be of great interest to the group. Typically questions are answered in the order in which they are received and we may not have time to answer all questions during the call. Come prepared with your questions as this is your time to get the answers you need to move forward in deepening your animal communication skills. If you have a deep, personal or urgent question, you may be better served by signing up for a personal session.
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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!
01/17/2022 at 12:29 pm #86554carmen andiaGold Member
I am brand new to the club! I have a kitty who just passed, Rocky, and one of her companions, Aubie is constantly sitting in her favorite spot. Beofre she past, they weren’t particularly close but now it seems like he is pining away for her or just wants to be near her. He is acting fine (eating, etc.) other than that but I am wondering if there is a reason for this behavior.
First pic is Rocky
Second pic is Aubie
01/19/2022 at 3:41 pm #86570Lydia PyunGold Member
I’m having a difficult time overcoming passing of Inky who passed away last May. Just when I think I’m over grieving her death, she pops into my mind and I break down crying. Is my imagination playing tricks on me or is she trying to communicate with me? If yes, then what does she want to say to me?
Also, did I misunderstand the timing of her cry and euthanized her at an inappropriate time? Should I have waited for her to pass naturally?
Lastly, will she or her brother Binky come back to me in my lifetime? If yes, any hint on the timing? Will he/she be returning as a dog again or in a different form? I’d like to know if either of them will give me signs if planning to return and spend time with me again.
Thank you always.
01/25/2022 at 2:11 pm #86615Martha BreedingPlatinum Member
So, I posted these in the Facebook group and you said to post them for the next call. So, here are questions from the last call :
When I talk to animals and get information that the animal wouldn’t know, is it possible I am getting other information intuitively?
What about when I think I am talking to an animal, but it turns out I wasn’t, but I get the same information when I talk to the animal? Is the information the first time coming from other intuitive sources?
What about when an object has parts that came from something with a Soul? Something with a part made from cotton or that has something originally from a tree like a box? Can you talk like you would with the living being?
01/26/2022 at 10:23 pm #86618Lee OliverioPlatinum Member
I have been trying out my new animal Reiki skills on my two male cats, Roo and Salazar (Sal).
Roo (11yo) is a skittish boy with a prior hx of feline tooth resorption and lost most of his back teeth about 5 years ago. He often looks to be in pain. He has always had digestive issues as well, and has been on GI sensitivity food for years. I thought that might be attributing to his pain.I then received an impression from him that leads me to believe he may be experiencing headaches behind his eye. He is impossible to corral and take to the vet, regardless of how much I prepared him beforehand. The last time I tried , it was literally a cat fight, which I lost and there was blood shed (mine) so I finally conceded. During a Q&A class I was listening to 2 weeks after that, you covered this topic. You effectively said that we should respect the animal’s choice if they understand the consequences , but still refuse to go. I felt absolutely horrible and spent the next week apologizing to him for trying to trap him into the crate. I think that’s why he won’t let me near him.
Sal is 4 and has been very vocal and experienced GI issues since we brought him home as a kitten. He often yowls across the house in the evening. I always feel like he is trying to tell me something is wrong, but maybe he is just a talker. He has been seen multiple by 3 different vets who have never found any basis for his issue. ( Both boys just throw up a lot) He too is on a hydrolyzed protein diet. And fortunately, more agreeable to the vet visits. Once while in a meditative state, I received an impression that was almost like looking through a kaleidoscope and then formed what looked like an ulceration.
So these issues are why I am pursuing my Heart School degree in Animal Communication and my Animal Reiki online course. I have consulted animal communicators in the past, with some luck with Roo. ( she discovered Roo’s tooth problem which I had to guide the vet to find) Clearly they were not of your caliber, Val but it was helpful. I also use flower essences to try to help with their anxiety.
have been working on my own healing and becoming more proficient at meditating, but I am not advanced enough to know if I am on the right path, or if I am making things up. The boys are both very calm during and after our attunement sessions. I could swear they are asking for a session when they just keep meowing until I stop what I’m doing. They go into our quiet room and assume their favorite positions, and wait for me to “get in the zone”
Val, could you check in with them to see if I am reading any of this correctly? Would love to know how else I can help them. I am open to any suggestions you or my fellow colleagues might have. Thank you in advance. This is proving to be a fascinating journey!
Photo 1: Sal
Photo 2: Roo
02/02/2022 at 9:35 am #86673GretaGold Member
I am new to animal communication, have tried for weeks and definitely can’t get this job done. I think I can send messages, but don’t receive much: on occasion there’s appropriate behavioral change but it’s not lasting.
Kona is a very sweet boy who loves to nuzzle and knead his Dad, I think to cheer him up (Dad is going through a tough time recently), and he does a great job! Dad really enjoys their daytime cuddles. Unfortunately Kona especially likes high-energy snuggles (head-butting, etc.) at 4 AM. Sometimes when he jumps up where Dad is sleeping he can’t see that there is another kitty, Katie, already snuggled up there under the covers, and Katie gets scared (understandably) and takes off with claws bared. It’s a pretty bad experience for everyone and Dad usually doesn’t get back to sleep for hours, and now Dad is jumpy when Kona even comes into his room at night.
Will someone please ask Kona to avoid Dad while he is sleeping? As soon as he is sitting up (or at least has his eyes open) it’s great to come say hello. If he really wants to sleep with Dad it would be best if he tiptoes, and stays away from Dad’s chest area (that’s where Katie routinely sleeps).
If he’s got to get some attention at 4 am he can come see me (= mom), I can get back to sleep much more easily.
If he and Katie can coordinate who will be sleeping where that might make it easier not to make Dad jump out of his skin: he will be happier if he gets more sleep, and that will be good for everyone!
Thank you so much!!!!
Ps – The grey kitty is Kona, black is his adopted brother Maui (who never sleeps with Dad), Katie is tortoiseshell.
02/06/2022 at 12:20 pm #86702Lucia PotrePlatinum Member
I am Lucia.
I am new around, and I really wish to succeed!
I only want to ask something that is nagging me: if I have what it takes to be able to listen and speak with these wonderful furied friends, will it be continuous? Like when you are in cafe, or in a concert hall, in the break… everyone talks, but the ones closer you can clearly understand, without meaning to eavesdrop. Will I hear lots of voices, and expressed feelings? Can this ability be turned off and on as needed?
I am asking because in this part of the world (Romania, Europe) there are still many neglected or abused animals, and I am afraid that I would constantly hear theyr cry for help, which obviously would make me feel overwhelmed and possibly leading to depression or who knows what else.
I hope you get my feelings…
Thank you very much!
02/07/2022 at 6:38 am #86703
I have a question regarding asking questions and receieving specific answers for the particular question.
For me I receive communication from the animal in words in my head, I can sense their feelings and some things I just know.
But I find it harder to ask questions to be able to help the animal and receive messages from them in that specific question.
When I ask my question I speak it out loud + thinking it in my head at the same time, try to send it, thelepaticly.
But I wonder if I do it right because often I do not get any reply regarding the question.
Maybe I try to hard, so I block myself?
I feel it’s easy to get the animal to say and let it speak what it wants to say, let them talk and be a receiver. So I always let them talk all they want to say before asking something.
Is there something blocking me in the question part of the conversation?
Feel this is important, to be able to correct behaviours etc.
I am only in the beginning class now but have done some communications to practise before I started.
02/07/2022 at 7:08 am #86704Evelyne LucainGold Member
Hi Val, I would like to know whether a French speaking dog would understand questions in English? Thank you, looking forward to our Q&A call on Saturday.
02/09/2022 at 1:50 pm #86708Margaret DexterGold Member
Val, if you have a chance please check in with Missy. She recently lost a tooth, one of her top incisors. By the time I noticed it the gum appeared healed so I am not concerned about that. But why? Does she have some underlying condition causing her teeth to fall out?
02/10/2022 at 12:02 pm #86721Margaret DexterGold Member
PS – I did call the vet’s office after I found her upper left incisor missing. I wondered if she needed to be seen to find out why. The gal said that cat’s lose teeth and no need to bring her in unless she stops eating or seems ill. I looked this morning and her gums around the other upper incisor seems pretty red.
02/09/2022 at 3:40 pm #86709Mascha DoyleGold Member
I am new to the club and happy to be here! 🙂
My first question is: Do we need to ask the owner of the animal permission first to be able to communicate with their animal?
Attached are pics of Bootsy, black and white female, alive and kicking, and Chuco, a ginger male. Chuco has passed away and I still feel guilt, feeling like I wasn’t there enough for him in his last months. I have not been able to get proper communication with either of them yet, I am eager to learn! I have been wondering about their role in my life?
When we communicate looking at a picture, is there a difference if we look at an old picture or a recent one of the animal? (Chuco’s picture is not the prettiest I’ve got but it does show him at an older age)
I am looking forward to more of your teachings, many thanks!
Kind regards, Mascha
02/09/2022 at 6:33 pm #86712Patricia RendonPlatinum Member
For about a week now I noticed black tar like stains or substance on the 2 roosters crest , beak and face in general. Not on the feathers.
I got as close as I could and took a picture of Rocky. This is the rooster that promised eternal love to my rescue chickens that now run free in the neighborhood. The Girls (about 10 months old) and one (1) young rooster (4months old) do not have it.
Live in Miami, fl where the chickens run wild. These ones sleep in my backyard tree so I can’t grab and take them to the vet.
I did some search online but it’s not pox or frost bite. It does not look like the pictures I see online.
what is the best approach to communicate with Rocky and would he know how to heal?
02/10/2022 at 5:20 am #86714
Sorry I missed to add my horse and cat.
My cat Doris is a hungry cat, all the time. She is constantly searching for food (she is devormed) any reason why?
My horse Chinook, I’ve had her for 3 years. She has a problem with I think it is her left front leg or hoof. She starts to limp in harder work and it does not seem to go away. She gets better but it comes back again.
Thank you (did not know how to add this to my previous question so I put in another.
02/12/2022 at 11:47 am #86762
02/10/2022 at 5:30 am #86717Sandy DohertyPlatinum Member
Wonder if you can help. Have been asked to help Joey, a Shetland pony. Have completed a hand scan on Joey and I began to feel nauseas, more so round tummy area. Heard the word ‘water’ and shown a galvanised bucket. Am wondering if hair loss maybe emotional rather than physical as during our communication Joey kept mentioning his ‘friend’ missing/ wanting him but didn’t give further details.
Born 22/04/2011 Been with guardian 9 years and would be considered a ‘rescue animal’
A Shetland pony has hair loss every winter. His winter coat grows in, but not as thick as the other ponies, however it is very fragile and falls out at the root exposing bare skin. This used to start around October, but as he’s gotten older has managed to hang on to it until about January, at which point he is bald enough that he requires a rug to keep him warm and waterproof. Once he is rugged, it tends to speed up the hair loss as the contact of the fabric on his fragile coat causes it to fall out faster. He tends to grow his coat back in slowly, and will be hairy again by mid summer
Seems to have had happened every winter since a yearling. As a yearling his field companion died and presumed the hair loss was stress. He went to a new home, and was found skinny, and weak, completely bald and rugged, but with mites. At the time thought it was the neglect, lack of food and mites caused the baldness, but he has continued to do it every year since then too
Has had blood tests, skin scrapings and skin punches but no evidence of creepy crawlies on or in his skin, no evidence of fungal or other infection, and his hair follicles appear normal. The roots on his hairs from his winter coat seemed under developed, but there is no obvious cause.
Hair loss seems better when kept less fat and when kept outdoors and as ‘normal’ Shetland pony as possible (as opposed to bringing him in and changing his rugs, keeping him stabled overnight etc), but I’d like to know he’s not feeling cold and miserable without his stable
Is there anything might explain why his hair falls out every year, and if anything to help him keep it. Doesn’t appear to be in any discomfort
Had massage etc to help with his circulation, gets regular farrier visits and dentals. Teeth are poor, feet are not the best, hocks are a bit clicky. Shares a grandsire on his hocks are a bit clicky, on both sides of his family tree)
Is there anything need to know about his hair loss? Is he happy with current management, or cause discomfort. Anything he needs to help him.
Is there anything different for his management and if happy with the way being kept.
Unfortunately on the day of the Q + A session I may not be able to join in the discussions for the first 40 or so minutes after starting
02/10/2022 at 4:07 pm #86726Scott TemaatGold Member
As I posted in the Facebook group this week, it appears my Charlie and Tippy have decided they are going to be able to live together in peace. I try to talk with both and can feel the differences in theirs aura/personality, but that’s about it.
I’m still concerned about Charlie, though, because what I see of him by his actions seem so much like he came from trauma at some point in life. I can’t get in to him to try and hear about his life and message, and it’s getting to bother me greatly. Examples of his actions: someone ringing the doorbell will cause him to hide in his special secret “Charlie disappeared” place (under a cabinet in my office) for several hours. He is skittish to any noise, and scares himself routinely when playing.
As he and Tippy were adjusting, and still now that they can share space peacefully, she would give obvious signs she was allowing him to be the alpha cat. Things like rolling over when he’d pounce on her, only hissing or swiping at him when he was bullying her, otherwise being pretty mellow toward his presence. But he has become a kitty who sits a little out of sight and yells at everyone or meows for attention…but won’t make much of an effort to come to anyone.
I don’t get the felling its because he feels shut out or abandoned, because when we have our normal snuggle and cuddle times he is calm and obviously relaxed and seeming happy. But he’d just prefer to complain about things than do anything that might result in a “no” from one of his humans. His personality seems like how I have been for most of my life. And it hurts me to see him make these choices, because he’s only being “shut out” because he chooses to observe from the sideline rather than interact.
I’m really asking for some help to break through and reach Charlie, so I can hear his heart and really understand him — and maybe so we can teach each other it doesn’t have to be this way, but we’re the ones whose choices are making us unhappy. This is really the same set of behaviors and choices that I interpreted before as loneliness, which led to our getting Tippy without paying enough heed to his ambivalence.
Charlie is the Tabby, Tippy is the Tortie.
02/10/2022 at 6:51 pm #86728AMY MALINOWSKIPlatinum Member
We have a newer member of the family. Her name is Lucy and she’s a 9 month-old black lab puppy. She joined us after we lost our 12 year-old German Shephard, Sadie, this past summer. Roscoe is our 12 year-old Schipperke. He and Sadie were thick as thieves for the past 12 years.
I would like to check in with Lucy and Roscoe to see how they’re doing adjusting to the new family dynamic and if there’s anything we should be aware of that would help both of them be fulfilled. I would also like to know how to help Lucy become less skittish with strangers.
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02/12/2022 at 12:56 am #86755David DeWittInactive Member
Do animals understand words in English, or just the picture in your mind?
Do animals communicate while they are asleep, dreaming, or if preoccupied with another activity, or do they need to be in a quiet state of mind like humans?
Can animals of different species communicate with each other? My dog Frankie has become fast friends with a new cat to the family.
Can animals tell if a growth is a tumor that is growing, are they just aware that they have a growth, or do they even know they have one? Katie has a small growth on top of her head that looks like a tick. However, it is not a tick; she’s been to the vet and they are not concerned.
02/14/2022 at 11:00 pm #86781
I am not sure if i write this in the right on the websiteplace after the Q&A Call Febr 12 or if it should be posted some other place? I want to thank Val for ansering my question. I listened to the recording yesterday because I could not be in it on Saturday.
Val asked me to give an example: what question I found hard getting answers from, when I ask questions.
We bought a puppy Cody in november last year, sadly he passed away a week ago due to an accident. He was very gentle the first two weeks. But I had a certain feeling about him, I usually like all animals from the heart. But he sent me a different feeling. I could feel he was headstrong, much will of his own, very active and smart. At the same time scared of people coming to us. It was as if I could not fully take him to my heart.
At the same time he bonded more with me than with my husband never leaving my side. He started attacked my hands, legs arms biting. I was full of scratches and wounds. When I corrected him saying NO, he responded with doing it even harder.
I did not know how to handle this puppy. My husband had no problems with him, Cody was very submissive towards him.
I complained to my husband about it, and I saw a big problem in this althoug he was only a puppy. My husband said he will grow out of it.
I tried to talk to Cody, explaining that I did not like him attacking me this way. Tried to say it was not acceptable, I want us to be friends. But I got no answer.
He got a little bit better.
Then he had his accident and we had to operate his back leg.
When he came home he was a different dog. No more biting. I could feel so much love from him instead. Sadly we had to put him away because the leg did not heal.
Best to you, Britt-Marie
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