Pet Psychic: James Van Praagh Talks Animal Spirits And The Afterlife
Best selling author and famous Psychic Medium, James Van Praagh talks about a new subject in this video, pets and the afterlife.
In this video the popular Psychic talks about how he thinks that pets which have crossed over before you will be there to greet you in the afterlife and how human souls may even be able to incarnate into a pets body in one life – as the soul is like water and can encompass many many things.
Psychic James Van Praagh says that over the years he has even brought through messages from horses, cats and even birds which have crossed over to members of his audiences at Live Psychic Reading events.
James Van Praagh thinks that once an animal passes over that often they will come back to visit you in spirit form, usually in their favorite locations like the end of your bed or front door.
The Psychic even tells of a funny story about how he once did a Pet Psychic Reading for a lady with an upset dog. Her new puppy had been drinking out of the bowl of her dead dog which upset the spirit of the dead dog – luckily James was able to bring the message from the other side and let the lady know!
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Renowned Australian Pet Psychic Reader Amanda De Warren hears voices – well, barks, to be more specific.
As reported recently by the Queensland Times of Australia, the Pet Psychic Reader is truly a dogs best friend.
The renowned pet medium and psychic said it took only moments to connect with an animal, dead or alive.
“When I’m open it’s only a matter of seconds to connect – animals talk to me freely – they are quite happy to,” she said.
“I interpret what they say and tell the owner and then I communicate it back to the pets.”
Ms De Warren said the most satisfying part about her work was when a grief-stricken pet owner came to her to talk about their dog that had passed away.
“People want to know where they are, who have them and what they’re doing,” she said. “If people have had to put animals down they ask what the pet is feeling. I have never had one that’s passed over that’s angry at their owner for being put down. They understand that the owner was only trying to end their suffering and not their life.”
Ms De Warren said she also worked closely with owners who had missing pets or had behavioural problems.
She said pet owners had all sorts of reasons to use her services, which cost $200 for an hour or $175 for an hour by phone.
“Generally it’s about how the pet is feeling, their personalities, their favourite places, what foods they like, what they like to do and why they’re behaving in different ways,” she said.
When asked what she had to say to her sceptics, Ms De Warren said she didn’t get her “feathers ruffled easily”.
“I just tell them to have a nice day,” she said.
Ms De Warren has thousands of clients from all over the world.
Have you ever tried a pet Psychic Readings? How did it go? Be sure to leave a comment.
By Dawn Olsen
Problems with your pet? Pet psychic Sonya Fitzpatrick can help.
Sonya Fitzpatrick has been communicating with animals since her earliest childhood memories. Sonya has helped famous pet lovers such as Ellen Degeneres and Rosie O’Donnell with their pet problems and is the premier pet communicator and pet psychic.
Sonya offers her skills by giving a bird’s eye view (so to speak) of what animals are feeling, thinking, and experiencing, and she was kind enough to talk to us about her gifts of animal communication.
Can you describe how and when you discovered your gift for communicating with animals?
I was born with it. I was speaking telepathically to animals long before I spoke verbally as I had a hearing loss from birth.
What is your process for tuning into and connecting with pets?
Talking to the animals is like second nature to me. I use the other side of my brain to tune in to what they are saying. I use my feelings, emotions, and telepathic communication when I am speaking to animals.
Are some animals easier to communicate with than others?
No, I just adapt my communication accordingly. When animals live with us they learn our verbal language, but when I am communicating with wild animals I use my feelings and emotions more.
Can you describe the most uncanny experience you’ve had while communicating with an animal?
I continue to have so many it’s hard to pick just one.
Do you feel your gift is something you were born with, or something you’ve honed over time? In other words, can a person can teach themselves to communicate with their pets or is this an otherworldly gift you either have or don’t?
For myself I was born communicating with animals and do believe it is a gift as they have taught me so much. Many people are already communicating with their animals and do not realize they are doing so. I believe that you can learn to tune into your skills and communicate if you want to.
Have you ever had animals reach out to you, or does the path to communication always start with you?
The communication works both ways.
What does the communication feel like? Can you describe what you see, feel, experience during a session?
I use all of my senses when I communicate with animals. Feelings, emotions, images, communication, as well as using my body to detect where animals are hurting. Many times vets can’t find the cause of the problem or where the animal is hurting. I become the animal seeing the world from their perspective. I become them. I am low to the ground, feel as they feel, sense as they sense, small like they smell, and can read where the pain is coming from.
Mediums who connect with human spirits often find the experience painful or difficult to turn off; do you share any of these feelings?
No. The work that I do can be very draining, I have learned to close down when I am not working and rest.
Have you ever connected with humans while using your gifts?
Many times people that have passed on will come through during a reading to give messages as well as animals that have passed over.
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Amanda De Warren is one of the best known mediums and is Australia’s leading animal communicator and a highly respected animal behaviourist who has made a positive change to the lives of 1000′s of pets and their owners worldwide.
Recently reported by noosanews.com.au, Australian Medium Amanda De Warren channels a dog in this unsettling interview.
As medium Amanda De Warren began a channelling, a dog, which had been lurking unsettled in the doorway, lay down with a hum-growl-whimper and stayed there for the duration.
If Amanda was tuning into something, was the dog on the same wavelength, I wondered.
Amanda says when it comes to the psychic world and communication, animals are more in tune than we are.
“Oh yeah. We’ve let that understanding go,” she said during a recent phone interview.
“We used to communicate telepathically. It’s now just our animals.
“Every animal is telepathic.”
Amanda used to be known just as a medium, but her work as what she terms an animal communicator and animal behaviourist has begun to outstrip requests to channel departed loved ones.
The split between “talking” to the animals – alive, dead and missing – and “talking” to the afterlife is now 60-40 by her estimates.
The former wildlife worker said it was not for an animal to pipe up while she was trying to channel for a client.
“I don’t have any trouble communicating with animals. They start saying things to me. They have their own distinct personalities, like we do,” she said.
“They love a chat. It’s an opportunity for them to get through.”
Animal owners have used Amanda to help find missing pets and to engender behaviour changes when conventional training methods do not seem to make a difference.
She lists among her success stories a cat which gave up its wandering ways she telepathically “explained” the potential dangers lurking in the bush outside every time it darted out the door.
And a head-strong horse which would not perform in three-day events but after a good talking to, settled enough that the owner kept it and continued competing – although it still needs a talking to occasionally.
Although Amanda finds herself working increasingly with animals, she still channels for people and regards her role as a medium as important.
She said that messages from a departed loved one often put their surviving friends or relatives at ease, and gave people a reason to believe that there was something beyond death.
She said a sceptic had changed his mind after a channelling only that morning.
“His mother and father came through and told me how they had passed. They said he was looking for his first daughter in Europe and he just lost it.
“He said, ‘I hadn’t told a soul’.”
Amanda said she sometimes had to choose her words carefully so as not to upset people with the information that came through to her. But sometimes, not everything was revealed to her.
“Sometimes it’s our journey to find the answers,” she said.
Formerly of the Sunshine Coast, Amanda will return to her home turf to showcase her talents in shows and seminars in Noosaville next weekend.
To learn more about Pet Psychic and Medium in Australia Amanda De Warren, visit her website www.amandadewarren.com.
It seems “The Hoff” isn’t the only member of the Hasselhoff household battling a hard-core addiction. While David has been knocking back his liquor for all the world to view, the family’s Yorkshire terrier, Coco, has been obsessively knocking around tennis balls — 15 at once.
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The OCD doggie behavior was on full display during the premiere episode of A&E’s new reality train wreck, “The Hasselhoffs,” starring David and his two daughters, Taylor-Ann and Hayley. “My dog has a severe addiction to tennis balls, and it’s got to the point that I don’t know what to do anymore,” said Taylor-Ann. “He wakes me up with tennis balls in my bed. I don’t want to have a dog who is an addict.”
So like any self-respecting reality TV clan who see that one of their own is in dire need of intervention, the Hasselhoffs bring in a pet psychic to sit Coco down for a serious telepathic talk. Enter Patrice, who channels Coco’s innermost thoughts and informs the family that the pup is feeling neglected and would like an old-fashioned meal from time to time. (You can watch the video clip of the session at A&E.)
Impressed with this silent tête-à-tête, we asked another pro pet whisperer what she thinks of the unconventional form of canine therapy.
Victoria Stilwell Weighs In
“I know a few pet psychics, and all of them are great observers of body language, both in humans and animals, but I personally don’t believe in this kind of thing,” says Victoria Stilwell, the sassy British trainer and star of “It’s Me or the Dog” on Animal Planet. “People have to be wary of the kind of therapists they use for their pets, including trainers and psychics. My job as a trainer is to make the dog and the person feel better. If a psychic can do that, then all the power to them, as long as they give the right advice and don’t complicate the situation more.”
Say like inspiring the Hasselhoffs to acknowledge Coco’s dinnertime wishes and set up a bowl for her — at the table? Totally normal, right? “The psychic is right in that the dog probably needs more attention, but eating at the table is not going to cut it. Most terriers have a high prey drive and love chasing things, so allowing her to have access to tennis balls during scheduled playtime is good,” says Stilwell. “Once playtime is over, all the balls should be put away and she should be given a Kong with food in it, so she can work hard at getting the treat out. This, with plenty of daily exercise, will make her obsession a thing of the past.”
If Patrice, psychic therapist to dysfunctional Hollywood pets, makes another cameo on the show, here’s hoping she asks Coco what she really thinks of The Hoff”s equally wacky behavior. (Take, for example, what the patriarch is wearing in this photo.) Inquiring minds want to know.
RUDYARD Kipling gave us fair warning in his poem The Power of the Dog, advising “brothers and sisters, I bid you beware of giving your heart to a dog to tear.”
Kipling knew the pain of losing a beloved pet and so does Cheryl Warburton who lost her best friend Shardy in July.
But the Pomona woman found help from an unlikely place – a pet psychic, who happened to live in the same town as her.
Cheryl’s story is about opening your mind to possibilities because this once self proclaimed sceptic is now a believer.
“Some things you have to trust if they feel right,” she says.
Golden retriever Shardy had been Cheryl’s constant companion since she was an eight week old pup.
“She was my best friend,” Cheryl said of the dog she called a loving, giving, free spirit.
“There was just the two of us, we were very close. I thought more of her than I thought of most people.”
When the then 12 year old Shardy was diagnosed with bone cancer last year, it was too late for treatment.
To help her come to terms with the fact that she was losing her best mate, a friend suggested she go to a pet psychic.
Cheryl contacted Pomona based Liza Callen, an animal communicator and “pet psychic”.
“I was very sceptical, I’d never believed in psychics but I was only there for five minutes and I realized Liza could communicate with my dog.”
In the course of the session, Cheryl had many of her questions answered and she says the sense of relief was enormous.
“I wanted to know if Shardy knew she was dying. I wanted to know the right time to put her down. I had a few specific things I wanted to find out. I wanted to make sure she was prepared for it and she wasn’t scared,” she said.
Liza told her that Shardy was scared for her.
“Shardy was ready to go at any time but wanted to know I wouldn’t be a big mess. It gave me a lot of relief.
“We were in tune but to have it verbalized made me comforted to realize that she knew she was going and she was prepared to go.”
When Shardy had a bad fall, Cheryl was ready to make the heart wrenching decision to have her four legged friend euthanized and thanks to Liza, the process was made bearable.
“I tell everybody I know about how Liza helped me,” she said.
Pet Psychic Medium Liza Callen said, as a child, she presumed everyone could hear messages from animals.
“I quite like working with sceptical people,” she told The Gympie Times. “The proof is in the pudding.”
Liza prefers to call herself an animal communicator and has helped people and animals in Australia and the USA deal with a range of issues from behavioural problems and finding lost animals to acting as a bridge between animals that have died and their owners.
Liza works with all types of animals, not just pets, and has helped with farm stock, zoo animals and wildlife and can even work over the phone.
“Don’t ask me how I do it,” Liza said.
“I have to do things at a high level of integrity. I have to keep on with my own spiritual evolution and speak my truth as best I feel it. I call in guides and it’s like a movie screen sets up in my head.
“It’s about practical solutions from a deep place and clearing away the blocks and fears. “It’s about the healing; shifting to get them to the next level to live a more purposeful life.”
To find out more about Liza go to www.ThePetPsychic.com.au
Animal Psychic Medium’s have risen in popularity as people’s habits have changed and their pet animals have become an integral part of many families.
A Pet Psychic Reader Ellen Kohn offers Spirit-to-Spirit Communication, which she has completed an accredited program and received her Spiritual Counseling Degree according to her website service offerings page.
From her website, a short bio about her psychic abilities to read animals.
Ellen was born in Evanston, Illinois in 1952. Ellen and Steve have been married for 26 years. They have three children, ages 24, 22, and 19. When their youngest son was diagnosed with Legg-Perthes disease, Ellen found her calling.
While their son was undergoing surgery for a degenerated hip, Ellen met a healing touch professional who urged her to train with animals. So in 2001, Ellen entered the Healing Touch for Animals™ program. She completed all four levels in addition to the Certification Program. During this time, she worked with hundreds of animals, practicing her skills and learning how to assess and move energy.
Over the last several years, Ellen added Reiki, Meridian, Aromatherapy, Crystal Therapy and Bach Flower Essence training to her toolkit. The Interspecies Communication piece arrived on its own when Ellen discovered she could understand her animal client’s feelings and even hear their thoughts as she worked on them. That led Ellen to apprentice with established animal communicators. With the circuit complete, Ellen feels she has found her life’s calling.
The presence of animals is felt throughout the Kohn home: the songs of Mali, the African Gray; the barks of canines Tucker, Simon and Sam; and the meow of feline Kiki, the barn cat, who never spent one night in the barn. Equines Monty and Sky reside at the barn, along with many mice families and seasonal barn swallows that nest in the rafters.
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Watch this great video interview where Dog & Pet Psychic Joanne Hull is helping ordinary people connect with their beloved pets and animals through their own Psychic abilities. From her website, the Pet Psychic Joanne relates that:
Today Joanne is one of the most respected and trusted Pet Psychics in the UK, Now a TV favourite after her appearances on shows such as The Wright Stuff, Sharon Osbourne, Richard and Judy, This Morning and many more.
Her gift has helped thousands of people connect with their pets past and present. Joanne currently lives in Scotland with all her animals which range from horses, dogs and cats.
From as early as Joanne can remember, she realized that something made her slightly different from all the other children in her street. Whilst other girls her age were playing with the latest Barbie doll or Cindy, Joanne was busy collecting any stray animal that came her way, resulting in her parents terraced house resembling a zoo! the back yard contained a variety of animals including Guinea pigs, rabbits, toads, ferrets, pet butterflies and even a fox cub.
With her ability to help, understand, rehabilitate and love each individual animal, It wasn’t long before Joanne realized that she was developing incredible powers that allowed her to psychically connect with, and talk to these very special animals.
Joanne now uses her psychic ability to help owners across the country understand troubled pets, find missing ones and, most amazingly contact those we have lost to the spirit world.
Joanne has given hundreds of spine chillingly accurate readings – and for the first time she shares in her new book the sometimes heartwarming, sometimes heart-breaking, but always extraordinary stories that has formed her life as THE PET PSYCHIC.
Dog & Pet Psychic Joanne Hull is making waves by helping people connect with their beloved pets and animals.
From her website, the Pet Psychic Joanne promotes the idea that anyone with a true love for animals can do it, it is NOT a gift as such, but can be taught, in fact I teach people from all walks of life and all ages, so far have acheived a 100% success rate within my workshops! So in my experience anyone can learn animal communication from basic awareness to the more advanced techniques.
What about maybe an occasion when you were still, all quiet, sitting with your pet and you stare into each others eyes, the lovelink is there already isn’t it? you start talking to him, telling him how wonderful he is, and just somehow you know he understands.
This is the beginning, everyone has it, but like psychic ability we tend to lose it as we get older, YOU CAN get it back, with training methods and practice, you will soon be able to send and receive clear messages from your pets.
Some of us need more exercise than others, perhaps you already have a strong Psychic ability? or are just starting out on your journey of discovery? whatever the case it’s up to us to develop the strength in our intuition.
So you see animal communication is all about listening, by grounding yourself through meditation, relaxation, visualization or various other techniques proven to relax your mind such as music, drawing or dance you can be on the same energy level as the animal, which will enable you to send pictures, words or feelings via Lovelink® to the animal and in return receive one or all of the messages back. It’s truly amazing! Go for it!
Its so true that we as children have a natural ability of communicating with animals, but as we grow older through one
reason or another the ability starts to slowly shut, however, we are all able to re-awaken our inner ability with practice.
The natural sixth sense is within you and connecting easily with your animals through a telepathic and intuitive connection is the most magical experience you will probably ever encounter.
It’s like developing the skills of listening to your own inner voice, the inner chatter of your mind, we hear it often, but do we always REALLY listen?.
You need no special skills, only a love of animals & a heart willing to learn. I have the knowledge and the passion for teaching, so if you are interested, let me share the magic with you.
It does take practice and yes, everyone can do it!
To be Psychic Medium is to practice mediumship, developing a direct line to the animal spirit world, you only need this if you want to contact animals who have passed over, don’t worry, by developing just your psychic ability, you will not see spirits.
A recent article about Joanne on theleader.info, gives an in-depth firsthand view of what it is like to see the Pet Psychic in action, from her recent seminar in Orihuela Costa:
When I was invited to attend an Animal Communication Workshop and take along my dog for a reading I really didn’t know quite what to expect, but meeting Joanne Hull was a pleasant surprise to put it mildly. Joanne held the workshop in the light and airy room belonging to the Rendezvous Bar in Pueblo Principe, Orihuela Costa on May 30th. About twenty people, all females, attended, and the atmosphere was electrical. When I arrived at 4pm the course had been running for six hours.
Jake, my beloved German Shepherd was called to the front of the room, and the guests tested out the skills they had been learning all day. Joanne explained that we all have psychic ability, we just don’t realise it, and we often choose to ignore the messages we receive from our pets or from others. Joanne can help us to understand what our pets want to tell us, and get the answers to questions we may ask them. She explained that animal readings can be done from photos of the animal or by working with the animal itself. It is all about making a connection.
The learners were able to tell me all sorts of things about Jake which they could never have guessed. Things like his favourite place to sleep or the fact that he had itchy skin, and the fact that he didn’t like the new food I’d bought him. They described his personality down to a T.
The gift of being able to communicate with animals is something Joanne has always had, but she kept it quiet as a child and teenager for fear of looking like an oddball. When she was older she looked into it more and realised that she could help a lot of animals and their owners through her gift.
She now gives courses all over the world and has written a book about her life and how she developed her ability and about many of the animals and their owners that she has managed to help over the years. The book is called “The Pet Psychic” and I thoroughly recommend it to all animal lovers.
Everyone at the workshop was really positive about the day´s experience. Many had experienced big emotional moments, and as Joanne said, to be able to communicate with other beings we have to really open ourselves up, which makes us vulnerable, which is not always a bad thing. It is the only way the animals will trust us. At the end of the day not one person left the workshop believing they couldn´t communicate with animals. All Joanne had shown them was how to recognise and understand their psychic ability. As she said, believing in yourself and that you can do it is half the battle won.
Joanne has a new book coming out about dealing with the death of your pet. She believes this is such an important area, and many people find it so hard to deal with. Many owners feel huge feelings of guilt when they have a pet put to sleep, others may not have got the chance to say goodbye. Joanne can help you overcome your grief and can communicate with an animal which has passed so you can hear from him or her what they think.
When the day ended Joanne said that if everyone who had attended could help one animal they would make a difference. As she said, “We can´t fix the whole world but we can make a difference”, and she encouraged everyone to “Share the magic”.