Getting It Wrong and Then Getting It Right

Just like doctors and mothers and other important vocations,  intuitive animal communicators get it wrong sometimes.

Sometimes we get it way wrong.

This happened to me yesterday.  I was working with a dog that had passed away. Her name is Bliss.

Bliss bone

She told me that she wouldn’t be coming back for 2 years. She told me that her mother’s head hurt.  She told me that her mother would know that it was her. All of these details flowed out of her with clarity and ease.

I should have known when she showed me a picture of herself and she didn’t look anything like the dog I was supposed to be talking to. That should have been a big red flag.

Trouble

About 3 questions into the conversation with her owner, things were not resonating. At all. Things didn’t feel right. The owner was trying to make sense of my words and I was just frustrating her.

She thought her dog would come back much sooner. She knew it. She knew it in her heart.  The description of the dog’s personality didn’t match who I was describing.  She didn’t have a headache. She was fine.

I was wrong

It dawned on me that I didn’t have this right. I was making a mistake.

I said, “You know what, this isn’t lining up. This isn’t resonating.  I think I’ve got the wrong dog.”

I expected her to yell at me, or cry.

The most important time to get things right is when dealing with a grieving owner, and I was not getting it right.

She said, “Thank you for your honesty.”

I said, “Of Course!”

I said, “Let’s try this again tomorrow. I’d like to try and reach your dog. I think I have the wrong dog here. I’m talking to a dog and it’s not your dog.”

She said, “Okay.”

I thanked God for this owner. I just thanked God that she was so gracious to me.

This Morning

This morning, I hopped out of bed, and did an extended prayer, cleansing and grounding ritual to attune myself.  I was worried for a second, and then I realized that this all wasn’t about me. My ego left the room, and I felt connected.

I reached out to Bliss (the dog), and I reached out to her owner energetically and said, Help me connect to her.

And there she was.

The dog is in a womb. She’s warm. She’s sleeping.  She’s a few weeks yet away from being born.  Being in the womb is awesome. You don’t even need to worry about breathing. It’s hushed and warm and you feel bathed in a deep love.

I got some details on the mother. She was worried that it was a big litter of puppies. She had recently experienced snow and did not like it. I asked for a picture of her and saw a grey-brown speckled dog.  I asked if she was an aussie. I got a “yes”.

It’s rare to experience womb life as an animal communicator. I’ve only experienced it twice before.  And it makes sense that I didn’t find her yesterday, because she was neither on the other side or here. She’s tucked away in a belly, waiting to be born.

I think I needed this lesson.  I’m thinking about what I bring to intuitive animal communication, and how I can bring it even better.

I definitely needed a little womb time.

I’m looking forward to hearing about the new finding of Bliss. I’m hopeful that she and her owner reconnect with ease.

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6 Responses to Getting It Wrong and Then Getting It Right

  1. Christy Barber says:

    Wow. Thank you for sharing. This is a very powerful statement. Wanting to get it right every time. Hoping you are right and then realizing it all comes from somewhere bigger than us. Great great reminder. Thank you. You don’t have to share your less than perfect attempts and yet you did. Will the owner know the puppy?

  2. Rosalee says:

    Gosh I wonder who’s dog you were connecting with first.

  3. admin says:

    Her name is Bliss. She’s on the other side. She’s also an aussie, but she’s white and brown and speckled and serious. I wish I could follow her through to her mom.

  4. Melissa says:

    Bridget animals on the other side must ( I guess) be like us and try to get messages back to their owners/family. I bet just talking with that dog gave them some peace in a way. It is not like you have a cell phone or video cam to communicate with animals. What a very cool story about the womb and you finding that dog in it. Give yourself a “Major” High Five for that one!! Very exciting for the owner to hear that I bet.

  5. Leeona says:

    By Bridget describing the coloring of the mother dog whose womb Bliss was in, I was able to find her — Sweetie. The pups were born 2 weeks ago, so now I’m trying to figure out which of the 9 pups is Bliss. Sweetie liked the snow, but not getting her feet dirty. She likes being clean. Bridget was also correct in that she was going to have a large litter. To anyone wondering whether to consult with Bridget, I highly recommend that you do.

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