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From Tibetan Chants to Rock and Roll
In response to an inquiry from a kind reader, here are my animals’ thoughts on music.
Makia, my all white cat, says, “Music has a healing ability. When a person’s mind is not doing well, music can help them cope with anxiety. Creating music can be a way to look at a problem and deal with it. I know this because I used to live with a musician. He fought with allowing the divine music to flood out of him, versus being captured and consumed with creating dark music. Sometimes music will scare me, and other times it will help me heal.
“When I was sick my mom played Tibetan chant music for animals. Those chants have a way of healing me at my core. Sometimes I want to hear that music even when I am not sick because it reminds me to take care of the space around and inside of me.”
Serafina, my gray cat, says, “My mom will listen to country music in the car. I think it has stupid lyrics. I like classical music because it reminds me of the complexity and the simplicity of nature. Every time I listen to classical music I find my mind remembering the country. Seamora loves rock and roll. It calms her. Stormy will dance to anything as long as he has a partner. The unpredictable nature of that dancing used to scare me; now it entertains me.”
Luca, my young poodle, says, “I think music is just noise. I try to listen to see if I know any of the words. I only know a few. Though when my mom sings to me, I feel like I know all the words. I love that. It is so fun when Mom makes up songs about me and the other animals. It’s fun when she sings different songs than the radio; we all laugh. She is so funny, my mom!”
Stormy, my Aussie, says, “Music is special to many people. I love it because it brings emotions to the surface. If one feels a little down and listens to music, one can dance it out. I used to dance a lot when I was younger. Even my pet-sitters liked to dance with me. Now I hear the songs through the floor instead of my ears. Dancing is still so much fun. I love to see people get happy when they are dancing with me. I am a great dance partner. Did you know that some people and dogs dance in competition? I have not seen this but long ago when I was younger my mom and I used to make up dance routines. We had a lot of fun.
“Music is very healing. I used to know a sad man, and the only thing that made him happy was music. I felt very sad for his life but very happy he could create music to feel joy. Music for him was a lifeline to this world. Sometimes when I think of him, I wish the music angels would help him heal. Music has more power than even I know. I can feel it.”
Bean, my black bunny, says, “Music used to scare me, especially if it had bass or drums, because it makes the floor move like rabbits thumping a warning. But now I hear music differently. I love the Tibetan chants because I feel like they are chanting just for me. I love classical music as well because it makes me think about sound. I can get lost in the thoughts of sound. I love acoustic music, and I admire woman songwriters. I do, because I feel like they are loving people that want to send a message to change the world. I like men too, but I like female voices better. They are softer. Sometimes, with classical music, I will eat and see if I can eat at the same pace as the music. It’s a fun game.”
Jubilee, my 3-year-old appaloosa sport horse says, “I have not listened to a lot of music, but I have heard that when horses go to shows they sometimes do a routine with a rider to music. Sometimes they jump and sometimes they do fancy steps. I wonder if the horse gets to make up the steps and how fast they move to the music. I wonder if all animals have an ear for music. Though I will say I feel like there is music in the breeze and music in the sound of the birds. The birds and the breeze come on every morning, and I enjoy hearing those songs. I also enjoy hearing the motor of the cart that brings us our hay and the horses nickering in the distance. That is beautiful music as well. Sound can come peacefully, or it can come abruptly. When it comes abruptly it is not bad, it is just different. I know this because I have heard loud noises and realized I shouldn’t be scared of them. There is so much to learn when you are young. I am sure music will mean something different to me when I am older.”
Seamora, my blue and gold macaw, says, “I have lived with many people who love music. I once had an old owner who loved strange music that people did drugs to. I didn’t like that lifestyle but the music gave me something to escape my surroundings into. Then I lived with a man who loved rock and roll. He taught me a lot about music and beat. I can dance to any beat. I know all the lyrics to classic rock, but I don’t know how to get my tongue to say them all.
“Music is the best. When I am stressed and going into a bad place, I go instead to the music. He always had music playing, and I miss his happiness with the music as well. It fulfilled his soul. Everyone should listen to music. Parrots are really good at making music, and I love the sound of a flock of birds all making their individual music. The sound of many parrots is like its own song. I don’t have a flock of birds now, and my mom says I scream, but really I am singing rock and roll.”
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On this episode: Laura and Ai Talk About how Laura hears the animals. Does Laura see the future. Why does Laura whisper while talking to the animals. We talk to animals that have allergies and animals from the other side. We hear them say things like:
Molly the cat who passed away says ” mom you’re my best friend”
Macy the Setter says “there is the best sound in heaven, the sound of our family”
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Laura explains how to tell an shy animal that they need to be medicated.
Court the 10 year old horse says, “I’m glad I’m not gonna be horse meat”.
Tribute to Mr. Squirrely
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Zach Skow of Marley’s Mutts Dog Rescue joins us with rescue dog Charlotte. Website http://www.marleysmutts.com
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Confidence Is Key
I believe that in order for an animal to be confident they need to have awareness of their bodies. I wonder, do my animals agree with this? Here I ask them.
Makia, my white cat, says, “I definitely think that one who is confident feels good in their body. I was much braver when I was younger and could climb. Though now I understand my body’s limitations and that makes me feel confident too. If I didn’t understand how my body worked I would hurt myself.”
Serafina, my gray cat, says, “I used to be insecure and fat. Now I am slim and confident. I make sure I am conscious of when I turn around and when I blink my eyes or lick. This has made me a more thoughtful cat. The more I am in control of my body, the better sense I make of the world.”
Stormy, my Aussie, says, “I think it is important to know how your body works, send love to the parts that are in pain, and be thankful for the parts of your body that work well. If you want to live happily to old age this is important.”
Bean, my bunny, says, “It is important to set boundaries on what you want others to do with your body. I don’t want to be picked up, and since my person respects that, I have become more confident around all people. It is okay to trust your feelings about your body.”
Luca, my young poodle, says, “I am aware of my body when I roll on the grass with another dog. It feels good. When I play rough I think, ‘This is fun,’ but my mom (person) says I need to play gently, and I don’t know what gentle is, so I am learning. Bodies feel different depending who you are. I didn’t know that. I thought all bodies felt the same. I have a body and so does everyone. Feelings in bodies are different. I am still learning to understand that.”
Seamora, my blue and gold parrot, says, “I am learning the rhythms of my body, when it feels anxious and when it feels calm. I am learning to be aware of how my body feels around different people, in different situations, and at different times of the day. This is good because then my behavior starts to make sense to myself.”
Jubilee, my appaloosa sport horse, says, “I have a big body and I can control others with my body. Sometimes I don’t want to control others but I try to anyway. Sometimes my body moves without me thinking, and that makes me sad because I want to think first. I want to be a smart horse that is polite. I am learning to think before my body moves. It’s hard. But I like learning.”
What to Do with a Broken Heart
Clues from Animalia
Serafina (cat) says, “Stretch, look in the mirror, and tell yourself you are beautiful. Get out in nature and enjoy the sun.”
Stormy (Aussie dog) says, “Make sure you eat good food and take care of your body. Breathe and care of yourself. Do the things you love the most.”
Bean (bunny) says, “Lie in the dirt and feel the ground. Look at the stars. Believe that the future will be okay.”
Luca (poodle) says, “I always think the best thing to do is to make sure that you are in a safe place, and then tell God you need help.”
Makia (cat) says, “I like to smell fresh catnip. Also it is nice to give a flower to the Buddha statue and to do something nice for someone else. That way you fill you heart up with helpfulness to others.”
Seamora (blue and gold parrot) says, “It is fun to get busy trying to crack a nut and also do climbing exercises around my cage. People can also do tasks that are difficult and move their bodies around obstacles. This will create confidence and make your heart remember you are love.”
Jubilee (appaloosa sport horse) says, “Chew on something and move your legs. That way, you won’t think about the sadness in your heart. Drink a lot of water and talk to a friend. Think about all the things you have to be grateful for, and remember that bad memories go away if you replace them with good ones.”
Ask for Help
Animals Do, and So Can You
Often when I am speaking with animals they talk about spirits on the other side that are around their people. In my experience, these spirits are mostly deceased loved ones, ancestors, or angelic creatures. Rarely are they negative entities. The animals tell us there are times when, in order to receive help and guidance from these beings, we must ask for it. We must consciously reach out for help.
Here I ask my animals, “How do we ask for help? Why do we have to ask for help? How do we know who to ask?’
Serafina, my gray cat, says, “If you feel trouble inside your chest and you can’t make a decision, that is a good time to ask. There are a lot of beings around each individual wanting a job to do, but they need to be directed. I know this because I see energetic movement around you when you ask for help.”
Stormy, my Aussie Dog: “If you don’t ask for help and try to control the situation yourself , it might get worse. You just need to have faith that someone hears you and wants to help you. The more you are kind to people and animals, the more advanced helpers you have on the other side. So it is important to be kind to other beings.
Bean, my black bunny: “It is important to trust your situation in someone else’s energetic space. Like, one time I decided I never wanted to be picked up again, and I asked an angel to tell my person, and now my person doesn’t pick me up anymore. I feel safer. I was too scared to tell my person [that’s me, Laura] myself because I didn’t want to disappoint her. She likes my fur against her face. Now she bends down to me to hug me.”
Seamora, my blue and gold parrot: “There are so many spirits in our house that sometimes I have to scream, because they are crowding the living room. One time there was an elephant in here, and I thought, ‘You are beautiful and big.’ All of the spirit animals would help my mom because they want the word about animals to get out. So if my mom asked, “All animals, please help me get the word out,” they would. Sometimes it’s surprising who is around.”
Jubilee, my appaloosa horse: “There are a lot of Native American spirits here and they want my mom to tie a hawk-feather in my mane. They say my life is important. They tell me to trust my mom, but sometimes I get scared because she is not a horse, nor is she here all the time. I was confused, but they have been telling me about having a mission in life, and they told me I have a good mission. I am excited for my life. Now I ask them to keep me company when I am lonely, and then I have a peace about me I didn’t have before. I like having spirits around.”
Makia, my cat: “I died and my mom screamed for help, and a powerful healer came in spirit and healed me. I am alive now. I know it is important to ask for help. Do you know you can request help for others and others will be helped too? It is important to believe this, because if you do, your life will be easier. You also have to say ‘Thank you’ a lot. When you are grateful, those spirits get a burst of refreshing energy. It reminds me of when I lived where the monarch butterflies migrated every year. If you ever sat in a field of thousands of monarchs you would believe in heaven, being loved, and gratitude.”
Making Wishes into Realities
Creating an intention for the behavior we want in an animal is extremely important
Intention is an active process. It creates a clear image in our mind and feeling in our body. It is an active, forward-moving process. It is visualizing exactly what we want and then moving persistently toward it.
For instance, if I would like a dog-aggressive dog to walk past a fenced yard that contains other dogs, I would create the clear intention of myself holding myself straight and confident while walking my dog, as she licks, blinks her eyes, and ignores the dogs behind the fence. I would hold this image strong before and during the walk past the fence.
If one falters and begins to succumb to anxiety or insecurity, the momentum of intention wavers. The images in your mind, the feelings in your body quickly disintegrate into a disorganized scramble of pictures and emotions. It takes only a moment before animals notice this change. This alone can make them fall to pieces. Perhaps aggressive dogs will start to lunge, your scared animal will start to shake or try to flee, and everyone will start to feel disconnected from each other and confused about what is safe and what is not safe.
We must be conscious of our intention at every moment. That will bring peace and positive action. We must also explain to our animal what our intention is and that we want them to join in on the creation. That way both parties are actively moving toward the same image of intention.
Here my animals talk about intention:
Makia, white cat, whose name means Energy Flows Where Attention Goes in Hawaiian. She says, “Intention brings happy surprises because the animal feels safe following the clear thought of someone they trust.”
Seamora, blue and gold macaw, says, “If someone has a bad intention around animals, it can haunt animals for a very long time. It can make them disturbed for many years. So please create good intentions for all animals.”
Bean, black bunny, says, “Sometimes people have intentions that go against an animal’s natural behavior. I think that people should study animal behavior so that they know how to create an intention properly.”
Stormy, Aussie dog, says, “Some animals have their own intention. So it is important to talk to them in a quiet environment and explain your intention and why you have it so that the animal can start to understand what is right action and what is instinct that may not be appropriate.”
Luca, poodle, says, “Sometimes I get excited, and I think a lot of different things. When you have clear intention, it is easier for me to understand what you want of me. But if your intention is not clear, then it is harder to be well behaved. “
Serafina, gray cat, says, “I have a lot of really good ideas. You have to pick one idea and focus on it. When you focus on that one idea, then it feels like a reality before you even practice it. I do this sometimes when I want Makia to lie peacefully next to me or if I want to jump on something high up.”
Jubilee, Appaloosa Sport Horse, says, “Intention is something that you always want to have a positive feeling in your body. It helps to have a good picture in your mind of what you want of yourself.”
Ziva the Bulldog says,
“Do you know that sassy woman’s house? I love going there cause she is clever and she knows how to get my mom and dad laughing.”
Bailey told her person,
“Mom there is no reason to be upset. “Practice smiling in the mirror.”
Cody said to her person from heaven,
“I think in a past life I was beaten … Mom, I needed my life with you so that I could have a steady person in my life that never gave up on me … I want her to know that. Mom, my life with you was enriching in the way that I learned to love and be loved.”
Cami the bulldog says,
“I am not really a dog. That is the problem. I kind of got stuck in this body. I think when I was in heaven I made a mistake. I mean I should of been a person.”
Though I must say she is a great dog!
I was telling Toby that he needs to watch and learn body language communication from other dogs.
He replied, “I am a watcher. Call me The Watcher”
Animals and the Afterlife
Ratatouille says to his people from heaven, “I want dad to know that I can sit on his shoulder and walk with him through life and with mommy too. I want her to know that I can snuggle up with her under the covers. I can watch over them.”
The Un-adoptable Animals Find Love and Homes
On this episode:
How to house train your puppy.
Baloo the Brazilian Mastiff from Marley Mutts says to Zach “even if you save a million dogs, I will always remember you”
“Mom” the cat says her old people were not very smart!
Petey the Jack Russel calls in from heaven to say he died from a snake bite to save his mom from getting bitten.,
Seamora the Macaw says her words of wisdom
Guest Zach Skow of Marley’s Mutts Dog Rescue shares his story and his wisdom. Website http://www.marleysmutts.com
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A Heart-to-Heart Talk
Saturday, March 2, 2013
During a meditation course, I had a vision of myself jumping a dark bay horse with white spots on her behind. Six months later, I decided to look for the horse and logged onto Dreamhorse.com. There she was. A 2.5-year-old appaloosa filly sport horse. I have a friend named Michal to whom I turn for all things horsey. Just my luck, this little filly lived in Oregon 15 minutes from Michal.
I am now the person of a very tall (16.2 hands, and growing), athletic, graceful, and very sweet horse. Her name is Jubilee.
Here I ask Jubilee about her life.
Laura: How do you feel about your life now?
My life is very different than it was before. Now I am in a big pasture with four other horses. They tell me what to do a lot and I don’t like that. I like to tell myself what to do. (She is the youngest, with the lowest status in the herd). But I like to be able to be with them and walk so much. I walk a lot now and I feel strong in my body. I feel my body is different. I notice that I can tell where there are holes in the ground from a distance. It looks darker and deeper – different than a shadow.”
What do you think about your relationship with me?
I feel happy to see you when you come. I feel like you teach me things that I never knew about humans. You teach me to pay attention to their thoughts and also to think things through. I think a lot when I am with you.
Your previous owner did a really good job of teaching you things. Is there anything you want to say about your old life in Oregon?
She taught me a lot. She always had a plan of what we were going to get done together and that made me feel safe and smart. She really liked me. She thought I was beautiful and I am happy for her and my old friends there. I miss Jelly Bean [filly Jubilee has known since she was a baby] a lot. I wish she were here. This place would do her good because she would be able to use her body more. She doesn’t get to use her body a lot. [Jubilee now is in pasture that is acres large, and in Oregon there is lot of ice on the ground at this time of year.]
What do you see our future as?
I don’t think about the future a lot because there is so much to think about in the present. But when I really think about it, I think that we will be jumping and I will be moving with really fancy steps. I feel like you are going to teach me something that not very many horses get to do. I am not sure what it is yet though. I also see the ocean and the waves and beach. I think you will teach me to swim. That sounds scary but also fun. [Yesterday, she wouldn’t walk through a puddle but she did play with that water in her trough.]
Did you know I had a dream of you before I found you?
Yes, because you told me. I also had a dream of you. That is why when I first saw you I came running over to you.
What was your dream?
I dreamed that you took me away in that big scary trailer and I came and met the horses I am out with now and you taught me cool tricks and you loved me forever.
Wow, that all will happen. Sometimes I think you are my childhood horse Excalibur. But then I am not sure. What do you think?
I think that Excalibur was very lucky to have you in her life but then very sad to lose you. I think it broke her heart.
That is true and it broke my heart, too. You didn’t answer my question.
I am just remembering being on the other side and not knowing if I would come back to life because I didn’t want it to be hard. I remember seeing you and feeling really happy and really sad at the same time. I remember other horses telling me it is okay, and that they will go with me and stay with me during life. I remember saying okay, if life will be easy. And here I am, but living in the herd is not always easy. Sometimes it is confusing. But it is not sad.
The horses you are talking about are Deacon, a thoroughbred, and Lovebug, a pony. They lived with Excalibur at our farm. I also had a vision of them coming with you to meet me. Are they with you now? Do you not know them well?
They are with me when I think of them. They are with me when I get scared or I feel alone, when the herd sends me a way. I feel them. Maybe I do know them better than I think. I will have to go back in my memories.
Jubilee, I am so happy you are with me. I will always be kind to you.
I believe you. I wish that you could tell the rest of my herd that you will take care of them forever.
I wish that too, Jubilee. We just have to envision them safe, happy, and loved for their lifetime. And that will be what they attract.
Then don’t worry about them. Because when you worry about them we worry.
OK, no worries. Only positive images and feelings of the future.
I am glad.
Reincarnation is extremely complex. For the past few years, I have been studying it extensively. Animals reincarnate back into their humans’ lives more often than one would expect. They do not always have the same temperament or characteristics as in their previous lives because they continuing evolving and growing on the other side (Heaven).
What fascinates me is that some animals remember their past lives but others do not. We humans are the same way. I believe that a part of enlightenment is bringing the awareness of our past lives along with the best of us into our present lives.
Right now, I am not 100% percent convinced that Jubilee is Excalibur, though I will say having Jubilee in my life is healing the past trauma of loosing Excalibur.
Something divine brought Jubilee and I together. I know this because it all fell together so easily. The dream, knowing when to look for her, her being near my friend in Oregon, her previous owner holding her for me while it took me three weeks to get there, the shipping, and finding a farm with pasture to keep her. That alone is a miracle to me. I am excited to see where this adventure leads.
Join Animal Communicator / Pet Psychic Laura Stinchfield and video producer Ai Kusuhara on a dolphin / whale watching adventure. Dolphins and whales tell their story. Filmed in 2010.
From an Email From Whale And Dolphin Watch dated March 8, 2013
Today in San Diego, the California Coastal Commission said “NO” to the Navy and their plan to deploy bombs and sonar sound off the Coastline that would likely injure, maim or kill millions of cetaceans over the next 5 years. They said that the Navy’s position is inadequate and unsupported by facts. They also said that the Navy did not keep its agreements in the past and that there was no point in making a compromise with them. In attendance were Lyndia, Lance and Kim of Whale and Dolphin Watch, several representatives from NRDC, Greenpeace, many other ocean organizations and dozens of individuals from near and far.
Although the decision only affects California waters, it is still significant as it sets a major precedent for the whole country. This will have far reaching implications for what can be done next, and ultimately the safety of our cetacean friends, the health of our oceans and our planet. In this case, your participation may have shifted the tide that has so long moved in the direction of disrespect and outright disregard for our oceans. We hear from a major environmental organization that your signatures have energized this movement in a big way!!!
We are not done with this issue yet. This week end is our last chance for signatures on our petition to go to NOAA/National Marine Fisheries on Monday. Will you help us out?
Here’s what we want you to do next:
1. 1. Call and network with your friends and get them to sign this last petition
2. 2. Post on your Facebook page
3. 3. Go to our Facebook page and like us (link on our website)
4. 4. Sign up for ongoing information on our website to keep abreast of this issue
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From the bottom of our hearts, we wanted to say a big ‘Thank You” for your signature on our petitions and your ongoing support. You are awesome people and we are deeply humbled by your support of our oceans.
Lyndia, Lance, Kim and Wes