what-can-your-animal-companions-tell-you-about-your-homeAnimal Communication

I’ve had animal companions of one kind or another my whole life. Often I’ve had special relationships with animals that end up crossing my path.

Good fortune led me to meet a dear friend, Nina Gates, back in 2013 when we were thrown together as roommates at a meditation retreat. Over the years the universe has continued to put us together in the same place at the same time. In the fall of 2015 I met up with her in San Diego.

It seems like miracles happen when this lady and I are together. One of the first outings we did in San Diego found us standing underneath a full double rainbow. And it always seems like the sun shines a little bit brighter when Nina is around.


When I learned that Nina also had an interest in animal communication I was excited! Since then, Nina and I have been having so much fun communicating with our own animal companions as well as other pets and even wild animals.

What happens during an animal communication session?

We have a series of basic questions we will move thru as they seem appropriate, but the goal of the session is to let the animal have a voice.

Thirty minutes is usually enough time to talk with 2 animals at most; sixty minutes is usually enough time for 4 animals. And, yes, we can communicate with your animal friends who are no longer with us in the physical world.

If you have questions, write them down and bring them with you!

If there is absolutely no time that works for you to do a live session, but you’re really interested to hear what your pet has to say, I’d encourage you to sign up for a time slot and let us you know cannot attend. We will record the session and send you a link to download the recording so you can listen to the conversation after the appointment at a time that works best for you.

Schedule your appointment below.

We look forward to connecting with you!


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