Jenny Pearce

Animal communication opens up a whole new world for her

Photo by the very talented New Zealand photographer Marie Richards. This is NOT Di, I’m preserving her privacy. 🙂

 

Jenny:  Here’s a lovely story in this lead up to Christmas that can get so hyped up and over busy. This email from Di is sooo worth a brag. The animal communication course has been opening up some awesome talent in people, who (like Di), had no idea that such an expansive talent was a natural part of them.

Di:I know I’m more elusive than sunshine in Seattle lol but I’ve explained about my mum’s illness and to a great degree that defines how much time emotionally I have for stuff outside of that for myself and the fur zen masters.

BUT I had to write to say that in the small hours last night I couldn’t sleep and was listening to the second seminar of the Animal Communication series and had a most profound and healing communication with my horse Dan – and 2 horses that I had lost previously came through too – one I lost too early and the other an ancient rescue. Apparently they’re often out there with my current herd and were no strangers to Dan. Who knew?

Let me just say that I used in my previous life to be a lawyer (I now work as a homeopath – yeah I know – your eyebrows just shot into your hairline with a “wtf…..that’s a polarity”) so when you started off the session, very kindly as always telling people about the subtlety of what might happen and not to lose your mind if you didn’t feel anything, the ex lawyer in me – which is a bit like being an ex Jew or an ex Catholic (yes also to the latter) said internally, “well, this is all fanciful projection anyway so now you can relax, because you definitely will be in the WON’T have any success corner”.

And maybe that’s what happened lol.   🙂

Dan (that’s my current horse) came through to me crystal clear and we spent 20 minutes or so “talking” about where we’re at/ going in our relationship – what he’d like and what I’d like. And he sent THE most amazing sense of support and comfort that was actually physical for me – like that feeling when you’re getting warm after being cold.

One of the mares who had passed talked to me about letting go of my guilt around her passing (I was sick in bed, she developed laminitis and we fought all out for her for 7 of some of the hardest weeks of my life) – and Dan chipped in and said that they’re ALL getting stuck on my guilt feelings – it’s like walking into barbed wire.

My little ancient mini, (who was the ancient rescue that had also died) was just transformed from the broken but so brave little creature I had taken in for the last 3/4 years of her life.  I’m crying as I write this because it is SO amazing to have these creatures live with you and gift you with so much knowledge about what you need to let go and where you need to go.

So, I just wanted to say to you ‘thank you so much’ for the gift of what you’re doing and offering.

These are strange times – soooo f***ing hard, but I wouldn’t change a moment of them – I’m probably a hard nut to crack and the universe obliged with what’s necessary (or what in some weird way I think is necessary) lol. Thanks again, Jenny❤️.

Jenny:  Well Di, this was one of the many emails that make my day when I sit at the computer in the morning.  Hearing those who have departed to another plane is not everyone’s cup of tea, but for those who do hear in this way, it’s a priceless gift of connection to loved ones and such a comfort. 

Even though it’s not part of my own natural talent, I’ve helped others uncover their own natural talent a number of times now – and had validation far too often to doubt it anymore.  It can make a big difference to the way we grieve, to feel our connection to those who have died.

Now here’s another VERY big deal in that email that I’d like to call your attention to.  Her horse told her that “they’re ALL getting stuck on my guilt feelings – it’s like walking into barbed wire”.  Horses and other animals too, communicate with their emotions (as well as in other ways).  So when we are stuck in ANY kind of feeling that feels crappy, THAT’s at least partly what we’re communicating to them. And they feel the unease about that to varying degrees, depending on where they’re at themselves.

No wonder they do such a great job at helping us to heal when we open up to allow that to happen. 🙂

CLICK HERE to Register for Talk to the Animals – Remember you get to choose at the end if you would like to pay that $7 or not.  Have fun with that!

 

 


 

17 Comments

  1. Cos 12/09/2017, 5:42 pm Reply

    Just wondering what the animal communication course is.

    I’ve been “chatting” with animal (and also some human) spirits – of beings that once walked amongst us – for a good while. Mostly, I keep the conversations to myself. When I’ve shared some tid bits with others, they generally get spooked and take me for a crank.

    It’s a pity, I think, because those who have passed are telling me stuff they’d like to share with those still in body. I feel like I’m betraying them for not passing the messages on, but the message is falling on deaf ears and closed minds.

    Maybe I could learn a better approach with the living!? The dead don’t confuse me anywhere near as much…

    • jennyp 12/09/2017, 7:24 pm Reply

      Yeah a lot of people who have strong energy Feel have felt like you Cos. I’ve managed (I think) to figure out why people don’t understand each other around that kind of thing. Here’s a little series of lessons that talk about the different kinds of Feel. It makes sense when you read them about why people so often don’t understand each other – and how they CAN. 🙂 Click here for the Feel lessons Here’s the link to the animal communication course recording details. Click here for the animal communication page I will run another one in the new year, not sure when, cos I’m due a break! 🙂

      • Cos 12/10/2017, 10:02 am Reply

        Thanks Jenny! Did you put that link somewhere? I can’t see it … and I’m not so adept at reading human minds as I am with ghostly ones LOL

        • jennyp 12/10/2017, 11:00 am Reply

          Well I DID have it there, but for some reason you couldn’t see it. I’ve put a click here link on it and that works now. 🙂

          • Cos 12/12/2017, 1:19 pm

            Beaut, I can see that link, thanks so much Jenny. Will check out the course ASAP
            xxoo

      • Cos 12/20/2017, 10:05 pm Reply

        Your chestnut horse (Bobby?) came for a visit in one of my dreams. Very affectionate, isn’t he?! He was quite bothered about some strangers about the place. I don’t know what that’s all about but I thought you might like to know.
        Xx C/

        • jennyp 12/21/2017, 12:24 pm Reply

          Bobby’s heart is about as big as a house. He’s VERY special! There’s two lots of strangers about the place at the moment – tiny biting flies that have only been here once before, about 4 years ago, that are driving the horses crazy and the hay people are here, cutting, raking and baling the hay. You could also go back and have a feel into what he’s bothered about and why he’s bothered more precisely, and what how you/ I can help him.

          • Cos 12/21/2017, 4:58 pm

            It was the hay people. It was more a sense of – I don’t feel to connect with these folk, but they keep on calling to me and wanting me to respond. They’re strangers and I don’t like their vibes. I’m not going to open up to them and show my sensitive side to them. And they’re disturbing my capacity to be open with those I love.

            Did they try to pat him or get his attention or feed him, or something like that? Are they bugging you too, a bit, Jenny?

            The flies are not aproblem if you keep them off his face, he says! LOL

          • jennyp 12/21/2017, 6:02 pm

            I think it’s what I haven’t done – the phone call I haven’t made about getting them to slash a paddock while they’re there that’s bugging me. Trust Bobby to keep me on my toes!

  2. Chris in England 12/08/2017, 3:38 pm Reply

    Timely for me too! I think my cheeky little pony is now openly celebrating the insights that I have been getting this week, which are helping me understand and move on from some of the crappy events earlier in my life… bless him, and thank you so much Jenny!

    • jennyp 12/08/2017, 5:56 pm Reply

      He’s so beautiful isn’t he Chris? 🙂

      • Chris in England 12/08/2017, 6:43 pm Reply

        Yes he is! They both are! Although little Robin wasn’t as demonstrative this morning as he was yesterday.

        But I have always said that mucking out is therapeutic!…. shoveling shit can get rid of a lot of frustrations! But this morning I had two more insights, one whilst doing each stable, lol! This isn’t the place to share one of them, but the other is pure gold – whilst I didn’t have much luck convincing myself that I need to be kind to myself as I lay in bed last night, it came to me whilst mucking out Robin’s stable this morning, that NOT being kind to myself is NOT useful to my two dear horses, and that that double negative makes a positive reason to be kind to myself, even if I don’t really think that I deserve it at times! 🙂

        Does that make sense?

        • jennyp 12/09/2017, 8:09 am Reply

          I know you meant this to go on the student forum Chris, but as we talked about yesterday, being kind to ourselves is SUCH a big deal for almost everyone and your insight about the effect of that on your horses was such an important one, that you decided to leave this comment here in public as well. Just pause on that folks… And have a feel into the truth of what she said. Horses communicate emotionally (as well as in other ways)so when we feel crappy (as in when we are NOT being kind to ourselves) then that is what they are feeling from us – that is what we are communicating to them. Now, strong empowered horses find that easier to deal with than anxious, unconfident or insecure horses, so that’s another reason to systematically help our horses with their stuff too. Then it becomes a mutual admiration society, with horse and human escalating each other into feeling better and better. 🙂

  3. Susannah 12/08/2017, 1:46 pm Reply

    Oh my, what a beautiful story, thankyou for sharing Di (what a gifted writer!!!) and Jen, so much learning in that too. Feeling grateful. x

    • jennyp 12/08/2017, 5:57 pm Reply

      It made me laugh and cry at the same time – she really brings life with her words hey? 🙂

  4. Mary House 12/08/2017, 10:59 am Reply

    very timely Jenny again

    • jennyp 12/08/2017, 1:09 pm Reply

      Funny that hey? 🙂

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