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The-First-International-Telepathic-Animal-Communication-and-Animal-Healing-Conference

I am so excited to tell you all about the very first International Animal Communication and Animal Healing Conference that we, Elaine Downs and Sue Reid of Animal Matters, together with Julie Lines of Voice of the Animals have organised. It is called “Awakening To Animals – Bridging New Science and Animal Spirituality”
The conference is being held at the Low Wood Bay Hotel, Ambleside Road, Windermere, Lake District, Cumbria, on the 17th/18th March 2012.
The conference’s overall theme is “Equality for All Life”. Its aim is to explore the latest developments in scientific understanding and spirituality, centered around animals.
Don’t worry it isn’t going to be a boring dry type of conference. Not when we have speakers like, Amelia Kinkade, International Animal Communicator, Linda Tucker, Founder of the Global White Lion Protection Trust, Margrit Coates, world renowned animal healer and communicator, and Richard DeBoo, Co-Founder of the Animals Count Political Party, to name but a few.
These amazing presenters are going to be talking about their latest work and research around the central theme of “Equality For All Life”. They will also be talking about and demonstrating by the content of their presentations, their understanding of Quantum Physics and animal spirituality in relation to animal communication, animal healing, animal intelligence, and animal emotions.
Julie, Sue and I intend this to be the first conference of this kind. We will be organising one on an annual basis.
I don’t want to say too much more at this stage, except to say that tickets are selling fast. So, if I have whet your appetite, please visit our conference website at: http://www.awakeningtoanimals.com and buy your ticket now. I can promise you that you won’t be disappointed. It is going to be a fabulous weekend in beautiful high class surroundings with like minded animal lovers just like you. Visit our website for the "Awakening To Animals" Conference. Organised by Elaine Downs and Sue Reid of Animal Matters, and Julie Lines of Voice Of The Animals.

The Tail of the Traumatised pony

A few weeks ago, we were asked by a friend of ours, who also happens to be the Practice Manager at our local vets, to call up to the stables where her two beautiful ponies, Tiny and Niggy live.

She told us how a little while ago, some children had broken into Tiny and Niggy’s stable one night, and as a result of this Tiny was extremely traumatised. The lady told us that Tiny won’t approach her anymore, and when he comes in from the field at night he walks behind her and not up to her as he used to do before this incident. She also said that now when she goes to his stable door Tiny backs away from her and turns to stand facing the fat corner. The lady finds this extremely upsetting, as before the incident, Tiny would always approach her, whether that was outside or inside his stable. She realised as a result of Tiny’s changed behaviour how traumatised he was.

We stood near the boys stable as they were brought in for the night, and just as she had told us, Tiny gave us all a wide berth and walked into the stable behind her. Once he had gone into his stable, he headed straight for the far corner and wouldn’t come near us. Niggy on the other hand didn’t seem bothered, he was much more interested in what food we had for him!!

So, I stood just outside of Tiny’s stable door and sent him some Reiki healing, whilst he told me a little bit about what had gone on the night the stable was broken into, and also about his aches and pains, and his dislike of the garlic that his mother insisted on putting in his feed bucket!! (His words not mine).

As I was doing this, Sue was sat on the floor just inside the stable door, holding a carrot and some mints for Tiny to take as he felt like it. It took a while but, eventually Tiny decided that the carrots and mints were a good idea after all, better than that garlic!!

At the same time as feeding Tiny treats, Sue was also quietly doing some Hopponopono (an ancient form of Hawaiin healing).

After about an hour, we decided that we’d done enough for one day, and as we started to close Tiny’s stable door, he approached it for the first time in about two weeks, and I felt a huge feeling of fear and sadness, so much so that it brought tears to my eyes.

But, rather than thinking that this was Tiny letting me know how he was still feeling, something inside me knew that this was Tiny actually releasing those feelings which he’d had pent up inside him since the incident.

A couple of days later I got a phone call from Tiny’s person, who proceeded to tell me that he was virtually back to normal. He would approach her when he left the field, he didn’t stand facing the corner of the stable anymore, and he would approach the stable door when she came up to the door. She was so happy that she had her little Shetland pony back, and she told me yesterday that he was getting better and better everyday.

Thank you Tiny for allowing us to help you.

The Tail of the Snooty Kitty

Recently we worked with a cat, Fussy by name and nature, who had totally removed herself from the family. Her human Mum had gone and acquired a totally unncecessary very bouncy Collie puppy, without so much as a “Do you mind….?” and Fussy did mind, she minded a lot. So much so that two weeks ago she had taken  herself off to the top floor bedroom and only came out for absolute essentials. Her Mum, who loved her dearly and wouldn’t have hurt her for the world, was heartbroken.

“What am I going to do? I can’t let her go on like this  – but I can’t send puppy back either!  Would you ask her what I can do to put things right?”

We asked her. She was very hurt, and very lonely. She told us she missed her “girl time” with her Mum, watching her get ready to go out or having cudddles on the sofa. “But I won’t come down while he’s there – he doesn’t understand girl stuff. And he has absolutely no manners!”

She eventually agreed that if she sent her Mum a telepathic message that she wanted Puppy put in his crate, Mum would sort that  out and then she would come down and have her “girl time” with Mum, uninterrupted.

Mum had done a course in Telepathic Animal Communication and she knew she could communicate with Fussy, she just didn’t trust herself to get it right.

We passed Fussy’s request  on to her Mum. Three hours later we received an ecstatic text.

“It worked!! I just got the feeling I needed to put Puppy in his crate – and I’d no sooner done it than Fussy walked in and jumped straight up on the sofa beside me!”

One happy cat – and, soon after, one  big happy family.