Kind Words

Jasmine

Words cannot express how grateful I am. Bridget has talked with three of my horses, and with one of my mother’s horses. I’m amazed at how well she can capture the personality of each of our horses. She’s been able to talk in-depth with each of them.
I’ve owned my mare, Jasmine for nearly 3 years. Jasmine is quite spooky, and has never been able to get over her fear of new things. We were getting to the point where she was having a hard time just walking around our property. Both Jasmine and I have been mourning the loss of her best friend, my mare Crystal. Bridget was able to help Jasmine with her grief. Jasmine’s anxiety is much lower, and she’s more relaxed.
It was wonderful to hear the thoughts and opinions of my horses. It’s made us much closer than we were before.

-Tasha Vadnais

Tasha and Jasmine

Tasha and Jasmine


Fletcher

On February 7,2008, my beautiful dog Fletcher died. He was 13. He was my best friend. He was a dog who didn’t realize he was a dog. Fletcher was convinced he was human. His personality and temperament were amazing, I was so blessed to have him in my life.

I belong to a horse rescue forum, where Bridget is also a member. I posted Fletcher’s picture, and Bridget immediately tuned into Fletcher. It was very hard for me to let Fletcher go. Bridget was able to tell me that Fletcher was still with me, staying by my side and helping me with my grief. I asked her to have him tell me some signs that he was with me.

She described Fletcher running through a snow-covered, rocky area with pine trees. This area that she described was one of my and Fletcher’s favorite places. She said that Fletcher was showing her the sun shining through a window. He used to sit on the couch and look out this window watching for us to return home. Bridget described Fletcher putting his paw on my forearm. That was one of his greatest qualities, when I first got him, it was just me and him. When I was having a sad day, he’d sit beside me, put his paw on my arm and his head on my shoulder. It was one of the things that I miss most, his ability to comfort me when I was sad. Finally, she described a scene, where there were a few kids sitting around the dining room table and laughing. My children and I had had a laugh that morning, remembering Fletcher’s ability to eat up anything that fell on the floor.

The next day, I had a reading from a close friend who also is an animal communicator and has been doing it for many. many years, Bridget told me the same things she did and they are two countries apart, it helped to confirm to me what the other was telling me. I take great comfort in knowing that Fletcher is healthy and happy again and still by my side in spirit.

Thanks Bridget, you have no idea what your reading did to help me in my mourning.

-Emma

fletcher

Sequoia

We adopted Sequoia, our husky-lab mix from a shelter. She is a very sweet dog, but she had a difficult time when people would come to the door. Since my partner and I run a bed-and-breakfast, strangers are a fact of life. Sequoia would bark and then cower and shake. Over the months that we’ve had her, we thought that she’d settle in and feel better, but she didn’t. We felt so sorry for her.

Bridget talked with Sequoia. She told Bridget about her life before us. She had witnessed some terrible child abuse, and felt very guilty that she hadn’t been able to stop it. She thought that we wouldn’t want her if we knew that she hadn’t protected that child. She was worried that if we knew the truth, we wouldn’t love her.
Bridget told Sequoia that she wasn’t responsible for what happened. She let Sequoia know that we didn’t expect her to protect our children from people who come to the house, and that she was safe here with us. Bridget told Sequoia that she could look to us when someone came to the door, and that she could also trust her own heart about whether someone was a good person or not.
She let Sequoia know that Sequoia could speak her truth to us, and that we would still love her, because she’s our Sequoia.
After Bridget talked with her, Sequoia came up to me, sat at my feet and yodeled. It seemed like she was trying to tell me something.
When Bridget came to visit us a few weeks later, Sequoia ran and greeted her at the door, her big tail wagging. Then she flopped on the floor for a good belly scratch.
Since their talk, the change in Sequoia is like night and day. She’s a quiet girl, but she’s happy now. You can see it in her eyes. She likes to play ball in the morning, and she’s much more relaxed when people come to the door.

-Sally Harmon and Amy Jo Maurer

Sequoia and friend

Sequoia and friend

Codi

Bridget is a great animal communicator. She was right on with my rescue horse Codi (CBER Precious). I didn’t think Codi had any problems except for her being insecure. Bridget found that Codi had a hurt tooth and was in pain. Codi’s such a young horse, that at first I didn’t believe Bridget, but sure enough after I looked into it, she had broken the exact tooth that Bridget described.

Bridget let her know that her life now is going to be great. Thanks Bridget for everything. Codi is doing well and is in her second month of training where everyone loves her.

Teresa Heather

Codi

Codi

Pittore

Bridget-

Just wanted to share with you quickly the changes in Pittore since your chat with him. He’s nearly a different cat! He has become MUCH more affectionate and cuddly. He’s stopped getting onto the kitchen counters and into the garbage. He plays a bit more with the dogs…chase their tails when they’re feeling waggy! And no more toileting on the carpet, of course!

Anyway, just wanted to share. Thank you once again for your assistance. He seems so happy just knowing that I know and care.

Take Care!!

Sarah Tymeson

Pittore

Pittore

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