Well today’s the day. I’ve been told by my guides that I need to step out of the shadows, start showing my face and talking to people about my Animal Communication and Healing gifts. So each week I will be sharing with you some photos of my work with animals and a little back story into the life of an Animal Communicator. If any of you have any questions you would like me to answer, I’d love to hear from you. I’ll start with one I get asked a lot. ‘How do you do it?’ Well, to be honest… it’s hard to describe how to do something you’ve always been able to do. It’s as natural to me as breathing. I’ve been told by channellers that the way I connect to animals is unique and completely different to anyone else. I guess the blanket way to describe my communication with animals is ‘telepathically’. But I know it goes much deeper than this. It’s not just reading body language or listening to vocalisations, its a voice I can hear from each individual animal. I can feel their energy, I can feel their emotions, I can feel their physical bodies including ailments. I am able to merge energetically with them and they are able to show me memories, images, dreams, past lives, people, experiences, feelings… this list goes on. It is important to recognise that animals are souls, irrelevant of what intellectual governing humans have placed upon them including farming, domestication and zoological etc. Intelligence levels within the Animal Kingdom seems to spark a lot of controversy among philosophers and scientists in regards to the amount of respect we pay to certain species. We project an element of human emotion upon them and if that animal isn’t able to reflect that back to us in a reaction, we disassociate our connection. Well I’m here to tell you that even fish have voices! I have many years experience working in Zoos, Aquariums and Rescue Centres. I have worked with animals of all kinds all over the world. I have a BSc Higher Honours Degree in Wildlife Education and Science Media. So while academically I am able to explain to you behaviour, welfare, ethics and conservation. My head is filled with woo woo and telepathy. My job in this lifetime is to bridge these worlds together and expand our knowledge and understanding of the beautiful connection available to us with animals.