Pets and Love
Everyone loves their pets, but what if there are behavioral issues, health concerns, or if your pet is lost or missing? That's where a pet psychic can help. I wrote an article for LoveToKnow about animal communicators that gives all the basics but skips my personal story.
Our dog, Monkey, is beloved. You'll see her pop up frequently in my images and writing. What few people know is that for seven years, she had this little issue where she woke us up every single night several times a night barking. It was like living with a newborn for seven years, but we loved her anyway.
We finally asked animal communicator Karen Anderson to help, and she worked once with Monkey (and with Monkey's pet parents, who were contributing to the issue), and within a few days the 7-year long issue had completely resolved. We sleep through the night now.
Pets serve as an amazing source of love in our lives. Our relationships with them are uncomplicated, and they love us unconditionally regardless of how we act. In return, we love them unconditionally, too, even when they tear up our favorite sweater - or wake us up during the night.
I've discovered that when I am struggling in a relationship with another human, when I take the time to tune into the love I have for my pets despite their quirks or behavioral issues, I can tap into a source of unconditional love that I can use to heal my feelings about my human relationships. My pets (and I have a lot of them - four dogs and a cat) are my example for love and spending time with them moves me into a vibration of love I am able to carry throughout the rest of my life.
Image by Rebecca Scholz from Pixabay
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