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12/09/2017 at 6:32 pm #44159
Our next Gold Member Live Q&A Monthly Call is Saturday, January 13 @ 8:30 am Pacific / 10:30 am Central / 11:30 am Eastern.
NOTE: The Live Q&A Monthly Coaching Call is an opportunity reserved for Gold Members Only who are in good standing in the Club (membership dues are paid up). If you’re not a Gold 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!
01/04/2018 at 5:58 pm #44415
Hope everyone is ready for 2018 and new year full of possibilities.
One of those possibilities is to submit Questions for our Gold Members Question and Answer (Q&A) call with Val on Saturday, January 13, 2018. Please submit your questions below. (Yes I originally posted this with the year 2017, my bad.)
01/05/2018 at 9:46 am #44452Pamela FeraresePlatinum Member
I have questions about “Imagination”….It feels like, more often than not, when I am having communications with animals that I am just making it all up. I do not yet have the ability of clairaudience and it frustrates me and for some reason I feel like I am making/faking it which creates doubt in my abilities. There seems to be a very fine line between imagination and ‘real communication’. Can you help me with this?
Pam, Pammie, Pammie Jean, Pamela.... you can call me any of these names.
01/08/2018 at 3:39 pm #44513Barb GroutSilver Member
I think that the topic is problem behaviors.
I dog sit my daughter’s one year old Doberman puppy, Luchien, 3 nights per week. He is very smart, very busy, mischievous: (loves to find the NEXT object that is just within his reach that shouldn’t be chewed). This morning he figured out how to remove the covering off of a tennis ball! He LOVES puzzles!
And He loves to run so I throw balls for him at the dog park. When he returns with the ball here comes his favorite game, he will not “drop” the ball at first. He wants to chew it. When he does drop it (finally)he will either aggressively bite at my feet, or my arm or jump up on me. It is like he looses all rational thought and it is scary behavior.
He will sit when hearing that command and stay for a second so I try to get him to do that when he first returns with the ball but am not always successful.
I also don’t feel he wishes to communicate on a telepathic level. I have attempted to “talk” with him about this behavior.
01/11/2018 at 10:38 pm #44606Lydia PyunGold Member
How do I get my dogs to stop barking and go crazy when they see other dogs in the street?
01/11/2018 at 11:06 pm #44608Suzi AzizPlatinum Member
When my husband and I are getting Taffy ready in the house to take her for a ride in the car, she gets happily excited. However, Taffy continues to exhibit very fearful behavior (squealing, fear-type shaking, moving around the back seat (where I must sit with her), trying to get into the front seat) as soon as my husband puts the car in reverse. We tried suggestions from a previous call and they did not make a difference (e.g., turning the car around before Taffy gets in the car; ensuring Taffy is relaxed before driving; preparing her by letting her know where we are going; etc.). When we are at our destination and leave to come home, Taffy travels well. We feel that Taffy (a rescue dog) is afraid she will not come home when we leave the house with her by car.
My request is to speak with Taffy to find out what is going on with her when she is in the car leaving home.
01/12/2018 at 4:09 am #44616Margaret DexterGold Member
Val, I’m glad you’re working with behavior issues. Roxy has become very destructive especially early in the morning before time to get up. He knocks things off tables and shelves and ever off the wall. I think he is doing this to get my attention – get me to get up and feed him. Once before he told you that he was not hungry but had stomach pain and was self medicating with food. He has dry food left down – don’t like doing it but the only way to get any sleep.
He is also bad about slipping out the door every time I open it. It really is dangerous here – my current apartment is right on the driveway and there are lots of cars. He can be no where in sight and then he’s out the door and I’m chasing him. He runs faster than I can.
Any suggestions as to how to handle this bad boy?
Sorry – I still only have the pictures from when they were six months old.
01/12/2018 at 4:12 am #44617Margaret DexterGold Member
I am having problems submitting pictures. Not sure if this worked yet.
01/12/2018 at 5:02 am #44621Isha HaddiganInactive Member
Do you have advice for how to say goodbye to a fur friend? Tess is my neighbor and friend and her parents are close friends of mine. Tess and I have been deeply bonded for the last year – she spends time at my house when her parents are both gone for the day and she depends on me for walks 3-5 days a week. It’s a deep and mutual love affair and she’s also my teacher in animal communication. In the last week or so since I realized I’d be moving away from the area…and her – she’s exhibited behaviors I’ve not really seen in her before so I know that she knows. I don’t know when i’ll be back to this area and I want to make sure I do this parting as well as I can. Thank you, Isha
01/12/2018 at 9:34 pm #44637
On our January Gold memeber Questions and Answers call Val will be teaching about using animal communication to work with behavior problems.
01/12/2018 at 10:04 pm #44639
To add pictures to a discussion within the Forum, below where you type in your comments, in the section ATTACHMENTS: click on the Choose File and connect to the path name of the picture you are trying to attach. Note that there is a maximum limit for the size of the attachment, please be sure the file size is less than 300,000 KB or else the picture will not be uploaded. Note that 300,000 KB is much larger than most photos need for our purposes here.
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01/14/2018 at 12:33 pm #44670Joy BergGold Member
Shadow says I love my mom! I see Tiger. I really did not expect that! Tiger is a tabby cat I had. He is in spirit but I do feel and think of Tiger. So sweet! I would love to see a picture of the front of your house! It sounds so cool!
01/14/2018 at 12:39 pm #44672Joy BergGold Member
oops! Wrong page! I responded to Shadows page. :o)
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