It was a few years ago when I was at my wit’s end with my poor horse. He was having a variety of health problems that even extensive veterinary diagnostics were not able to pinpoint the problem. I felt like I had tried absolutely every medical option, as well as holistic therapy and just plain old rest. Someone at my barn had mentioned that she had consulted an animal psychic to try and figure out why her horse was running off with her. She said if I had tried every other option, maybe I should give the animal psychic a try.
As skeptical as I was, my equine friend was right. I figured it would be worthwhile even for the entertainment value, if anything. I decided to try a communicator that was well-known my area as being very accurate. I contacted her and set up the appointment. I was both nervous and excited to hear what my horse, through her, had to say. I also had my doubts. It was not inexpensive, and the idea that someone could directly communicate with animals seemed almost impossible. Nevertheless, I had committed to having her meet my horse, and hope for the best.
Finally, the day arrived. Without too much chit-chat, I introduced her to my horse and she got right to work. She stroked his neck while she asked me questions such as what my main reason was for her visit. Without too many details (as I wanted to see what she could uncover on her own), I told her he had unresolved medical issues. She then began to outline some of his comments and complaints. She identified a sore back and knee, that had not been pointed out by the vets. Apparently he had questions such as whether I was planning on getting another horse, and how he knew that I was shopping for a new blanket (could I please select one that was blue!). He also said he enjoyed competition and had been feeling much better with the new “white powder” he was getting in his food (it was an MSM supplement, to reduce inflammation).
I was pleasantly surprised to find she had a variety of interesting things to say. They were very accurate to his personality and things he had experienced, that she would have no way of knowing in advance. To wrap things up, she asked if there was any last things I would like her to tell him. I simply said that I wanted him to know he was my best friend, and I loved him very much!
Overally, I really enjoyed the experience and was glad I did it. I did have the vet address his back issue, and he did get moderately better. I would certainly say speaking to the animal communicator was an interesting complement to the other therapies I already tried. (Always consult your veterinarian before trying anything new to your pet’s health routine.)
For a list of popular animal communicators, check out AnimalTalk.net to find one near you!
Wish to thank everyone involved
I wish to thank everyone involved in the care and rescue of animals, especially volunteers.