What does my animal family know about my life?
It may be a lot more than you realize.
Meet Mylo. He's now in spirit. That doesn't stop him from communicating with his person Kerry.
Kerry has a large animal family. Cats. Lots of cats. One dog. And more cat family in spirit.
Recently, Kerry booked a communication to speak with all her animal family members.
Kerry had spoken to most of her animal family when she asked to speak with Mylo.
Mylo announced his presence with a warm, soft, gentle, soothing energy, as if my cheek were being stroked.
I ask every animal family member to start the conversation by sharing what they wish, letting them take the lead.
Mylo was direct. To, the. point. He brought something to light. Something that Kerry hadn't shared. Something significant. Something emotional.
"Are you feeling a sense of guilt?", I asked Kerry. "Yes," she replied.
"Mylo says you're taking on the blame. It's not yours to take."
"There's been an error. A medical error."
"I keep hearing Grandmother. Did your Grandmother die?"
"Yes, my mother died. We called her Grandmother with all the cats. I filed a medical report."
Animals are experts in bringing up what most needs attention.
Animals bring up the very things people want to speak about yet hesitate to share.
It's usually the most powerful part of the conversation.
Animals help us to see the truth beyond the stories we carry (which aren't the whole story).
Truth helps us to see anew, to shift, to deepen, to heal.