*Learn How to Talk to Animals with Professional Animal Communicator, Val Heart › Forums › Animal Talk Coaching Club Forum › Post your questions & nuggets for Gold & Platinum Members Q&A call June 13, 2020
05/08/2020 at 5:00 pm #78906Moderator BarbModerator
Please post your questions and re-post questions you previously posted for our next Gold & Platinum Member Live Q&A Monthly Call on Saturday, June 13 @ 8:30 am Pacific / 10:30 am Central / 11:30 am Eastern Daylight Saving Time.
NOTE: The Live Q&A Monthly Coaching Call is an opportunity reserved for Gold & Platinum Members Only who are in good standing in the Club (membership dues are paid up). If you’re not a Gold or Platinum Member and want to participate, email [email protected] and ask to be upgraded now.
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.
There will be a recording of the call available after the call within 48 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!
05/10/2020 at 9:03 am #78928Bridget RogersParticipant
Is my horse Divo comfortable and happy and is he good with his work and his tack? If so how do we keep working towards the next level as far as keeping him happy and comfortable.
05/28/2020 at 4:35 pm #79331Kathy SimmsParticipant
I know people can be clairvoyant clairsentience claircognizance etc and communicate with animals different ways. My question is do different animals communicate with us differently. I mean yes I know they have body movements and ways like that where they are trying to tell us something but… I guess my real question is, is it the dogs or is it me? I used to have dogs that talked to me and I could hear them, but my current dogs, DeeDee and Georgia have never spoken to me . Or at least I have never heard them. But I do always know what they want, what they are trying to tell me. Wo I am wondering if it is them just not wanting to talk, or is it me’ that I just cannot hear them?
Also could you pls check in with
dee and tell me what is going on with her? What more can I do to help? Something happened last Oct, sudden onset and could no longer get in the van, trouble sitting laying down and getting up plus just weak in back legs. She has constant chiropractor treatments is on CBD oil and more recently gabapentin. Dr says arthritis but that is without any testing and why how would that happen so suddenly?
06/02/2020 at 8:42 pm #79369Carla DudleyParticipant
I would love your help with my kitty Stash (my grey kitty) who bites. As an update, his home that we spoke about fell through and I am once again looking. I am very concerned about him biting his future owners and would love him to understand how serious it can be, and hopefully have him agree to stop. I also hope that a new home with no other cats will help reduce his stress.
06/03/2020 at 10:27 am #79370Vivian NguyenParticipant
The vet took a blood panel and said Prince Chip and Snow have signs of kidney and liver problems however similar results showed several months ago only to indicate that he was dehydrated before the vet appointment causing the statistics to be irregular (the dehydration was from being super anxious and nervous while waiting at the vet). They were later taken to the ER only to find out they were perfectly healthy. Now I’m wondering if this may be the same situation? I don’t want to pay over $1000 to find out he they’re a little dehydrated. Can you help me to scan their body and organs? Thanks so much (:
06/03/2020 at 12:42 pm #79371Lydia PyunParticipant
My Inky, a 15 1/2 yo Maltese, bobs/twitches her head and loses balance, randomly throughout the day, sometimes even causing her to fall on her butt. Is it related to her heart, kidney or liver conditions or something else? Unfortunately, Vets, including specialists have no idea why she does this. Any insight into her condition, including if she’s in pain, and anything I can do to help alleviate it and make her more comfortable, would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!!!
06/03/2020 at 5:18 pm #79378Lindsey EdwardsParticipant
My dog, Sadie, will not drink out of any water bowls inside the house. I adopted her almost 1.5 years ago and this has always been the case. When I first adopted her she seemed to be afraid of any water and she has gradually gotten better outside with water. I’d really like to know what to do for her because it is so hot here in the summer and I am concerned that she will be chronically dehydrated if she doesn’t drink any water inside the house. One other thing I’d love to know is why she is resistant to come into my bedroom and sleep there at night. If she’d like her dog bed to be in a different location, I’d be happy to move it.
06/05/2020 at 5:59 pm #79400Patricia RendonParticipant
I am incredibly heartbroken with Shy. my desperation does not let me calm to be able to listen to her. Is she alive? why she jump out? and hide? was she that sick that she would want to end it all? end her life? I dont understand why she did what she did. I thought I was doing all I could to make her life full of love, cooked for her sweet potato and raw fish, got all the meds she needed, got CBD & other herbs vet prescribed for her cystitis. where did I go wrong? what did I miss?
should I keep looking for her? thank you so much.
06/08/2020 at 7:51 pm #79413Patty MillerParticipant
I wonder if injured animals prefer to be put out of their suffering if that option is available to them. I ask because all too frequently I quite accidentally injure little beings while I am mowing the grass. This week it was a little snake. I encountered the same snake once before while mowing and fortunately did no damage that day. Not so fortunate yesterday. The mower made a small slit where it’s insides were coming out of it’s body. I told the little one how very sorry I was for injuring it, offered it some Reiki, but didn’t know what else to do. I don’t know if I’m capable of killing a little being in distress, because I always wonder if they would be able to recover from their injury, but I wonder if they would prefer that to being in pain and suffering until they cross over.
Thank you, Val
06/09/2020 at 8:32 pm #79417Marybeth HainesParticipant
Hi Val. 🙂 Nemo (chihuahua) licks his paws after he eats and his nose has gotten some hair loss around it from doing so. We’ve been working with his diet for years and he’s had some allergies in the past, that’s why I know make his food for him. He gets home cooked meals with supplemented vitamins/minerals/nutrients that formulated for dogs through Mercola Healthy Pets and has been having beef for the last while because he tended to lick more when an additional protein was added like chicken or turkey. I just started in the last two months with beef and introducing lamb for him to give him a change of protein. I would like to find out if the licking is an allergy or if he finds comfort from doing it. He told me before he finds comfort as he licks. Thanks so much.
06/11/2020 at 9:34 am #79446Patricia RendonParticipant
This question is a general (heavy) question (and I am not sure this is the correct location to post it). I would like to hear from whomever would want to share their insights, knowledge & thoughts and I would also like to hear from you Val and your experience.
What are your thoughts about suicide / ending life in animals vs humans. Do you see ending life in animals different than when people decide to end their life?
I bring this up because my colleague, the person who sat next to me and shared a cube with at work decided to end his life and was successful just 3 weeks ago and 1 week before Shy decided to also leave. Pedro’s was young (43) and NEVER gave an indication he was miserable with his life. No prior notice at all. WE are ALL shocked. I am very heartbroken & seeing a counselor. I dont understand how I did not see it. He sat next to me. With COVID we were not speaking too much because we were partially working from home alternate weeks.
After of notice that he had died ( no one at work told us he hung himself and to this day no one has officially told us how he died) I communicated with him and asked him what happened. I wanted to make sure he crossed over and was ok. For what ever reason he proceeded to tell me he had died of heart attack days before he did actually ended his life and how he felt he had been cheated out of life. “This is a mistake ! ” he shouted at me.
about a week after his death I found out he was not truthful with me about how he died. I know he is having hard time with his decision to end his life and I am trying to feel compassion for him rather than feel lied to. it just makes it so much harder to help someone if they are not truthful.
My experience with animals is very different. I have been helping animals in the passing and the crossing over process. Some outside animals would look for me so I help their bodies pass by taking them to the vet for assistance (I dont do that much anymore). A bird at Publix let me put him in a box to then jump out in front of a car to his death! He knew I would do a ceremony and properly bury or cremate him. he just wanted to make sure I would pick him up!
With animals there SEEMS to be a wanting to go to the next step, next life, back home. While with humans its a wanting to end life due to unbearable life (as they see it) more mental. they want to end their problems by ending life.
thanks for reading and responding. Patricia
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06/12/2020 at 12:52 pm #79467Suzi AzizParticipant
The last week or two, Taffy has been closing her eyes for several seconds and then opening them, and repeating the pattern for a few minutes while lying down with her chest and head up off the floor. She seems very focused and still. It appears that she may be experiencing some pain or discomfort in her head or eyes or something else unusual during this time. Please ask Taffy why she is doing that–what she is experiencing. Is there something going on with her that I should be aware of? Thanks!
06/13/2020 at 12:18 pm #79481Martha BreedingParticipant
I am so sorry about how you’re feeling regarding Shy and hope that Val was able to help you. During the call, I got a vision of your head resting on Shy’s chest and her patting your head close to her heart with her paw and with the other paw holding your head. “Bless your heart.” “Please don’t be sad and don’t beat yourself up over this. I did what I WANTED to do-ALWAYS-from the moment I was born to the moment I passed on. I chose you to be my human during that lifetime. I have NO regrets and you were the PERFECT mommy. I chose before I was born in that lifetime to not be in that lifetime long. I had a way about me-always curious and always wanting to experience new things, sometimes things that were not possible for me to experience in that body. I will always be with you my Love-more so than I could have been as a cat, because I can be with you ALL the time now. I Love you forever and always. Now, let’s snuggle or do something fun-I’m right here!”
I’ll copy and paste what I wrote above in the Facebook group and tag you. Love to you.
06/13/2020 at 8:11 pm #79483Barbara GroutParticipant
My golden nugget: When meditating, make space. I interpret this as internal space and it’s something I have not thought of doing before but it makes a lot of sense. I’m going to try it right now!
06/20/2020 at 10:57 am #79543Carol HansonParticipant
I am a new member and not sure I’m doing this correctly. Trying to post a possible question for the July call. I have 4 dogs, all Labs or lab-mixes. My problem is my 3 males go into pack mentality when I take them walking: they decide they want to act tough with dogs walking the other direction, or to bolt after deer (of which there are many in our neighborhood). I take a water bottle with me, but sometimes I can’t let go with either hand long enough to spray them.
This keeps me from taking them for walks after dark when it is cooler. They do not like it when I only walk one of two of them. If I could get them to agree to not act aggressively or try to bolt after deer, we would all go on many more walks than what we do now.
I’m too novice to be able to communicate with them yet. I would love the group’s help in getting these 3 to agree to “be nice” so we can do lots of walks (and include their sister chocolate lab Iris of course).
The photo is Dillon (black lab mix), Hershey Bug (chocolate lab) and Willie Nelson (mix) watching me as I’m on a virtual conference for 3 days. I sat in a corner of my guest room to have quiet to listen to the sessions.
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