Case Study: Jill and Sophie Find a New Friend

by | Nov 11, 2013 | Case Studies | 6 comments

 

Animal Communication and a New Puppy:

A Heart-Warming Tale.

One of the most joyful Animal Communication sessions that I get to do with clients is to help out when selecting a new animal family member.  This is a very important decision and works out best when:

  1. Everyone in the family is ready for a new animal to come into the family.
  2. Existing animal family members are full participants in the preparation process and in the decision-making.
  3. Potential new animals are interviewed telepathically to decide if they’re a good fit.
  4. Existing animal family members and potentially new animal family members meet telepathically in advance of bringing someone new home.
  5. Everyone agrees that the new animal will be a good fit.
  6. Appropriate flower essences are used to help everyone over the rough spots.

In this true success story,

Jill Stone shares what happened

when she and her dog, Sophie,

decided to find a new puppy.

Kiki at 12 weeks.

KiKi at 12 weeks.

Nedda,

I want to tell you how thrilled Sophie and I are with our new family member KiKi.  (You know her as Katie.)

As you know, I was devastated at the passing of Sydney.  It was so hard to let her go.  Your communication sessions with the three of us both before and after her passing brought some peace to an otherwise unbearable situation.  

 

Sophie

Sophie

Sophie was lost at first, but then seemed to be adjusting to being an only dog.   We would play in the evenings, but it got to where she really wasn’t all that interested.  She would just lie there with her head on a toy and look at me.  I tried play dates, but that didn’t work so well.  Sophie was showing signs of depression.

We had a session with you and  I found out that Sophie was feeling overwhelmed with all of her new responsibilities.  Not only did she have full responsibility for taking care of me, but now she was also responsible for protecting the house and yard and everything else that Sydney use to do.  She wasn’t prepared to handle all of this, she was feeling inadequate.   Plus she was lonely all day home alone.  Your common sense approach helped us work through this together.

The games continue.

The games continue.

During our discussions, we also decided to get a puppy!  My heart had closed up and I was ok with just one dog, but my heart started expanding again with the intent of bringing new life/love into our lives.  Sophie was excited yet unsure of how to be a big sister.  You helped her understand that she didn’t have to have all the answers right away, that she would learn and grow into the older sister role  as it progressed.  You also explained her role as a teacher and her responsibilities as my helper.  Sophie was getting a playmate and companion!

Your help in selecting the right puppy for us was invaluable!  I’m so relieved that we were able to eliminate from the running: the puppy that was looking for a family with children and had no interest in us; the puppy that had a great personality, but sounded like she would be quite a handful and who thought she would be bored with our lifestyle;  the two puppies that Sophie just didn’t like for different reasons.

That narrowed the selection down to two possibilities.  Following your instructions to ask my I Am Presence and to use my pendulum with pictures of the puppies, I choose KiKi.

Playtime.

Playtime.

What a wonderful decision that was!  KiKi is the best possible puppy for us. She has brought so much laughter and joy into our home.  Sophie is a different dog.  She is happy and playful.  She even wakes up KiKi to get her to play more.  KiKi has a special energy about her, calming yet energizing all at the same time. Watching them run around playing, I can feel my heart open and expand.

The use of the flower essences you recommended has made the transition period run smoothly. There have been no problems with bonding, jealousy or fitting together as a family unit.  

 So Thank You! from all of us,

Jill, Sophie, and KiKi

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6 Comments

  1. Misty

    What a wonderful and heartwarming communication and happy outcome!

    Reply
  2. Gerrie

    Dear Jill, sad to hear about Sydney, but how wonderful you and Sophie got a new friend!!
    We (me, Silver, Plucheke and Bubbles) wish you all the luck in the world and lots of play and fun together!

    Wow Nedda! Awesome!

    Lots of love to all of you!

    Gerrie

    Reply
  3. Leslie Corin-Ash

    Hi Nedda,

    I really liked your client’s review of the work you did in helping her to find just the fight puppy to fit into her family.
    There were several tasks involved along the way. Each required a lot of sensitivity to move the process in the right direction.

    Since volunteering at an animal shelter, I’ve gotten to see first-hand how a mismatch can have a bad effect on the animals and people involved. I’m often asked to see the animals who’ve been returned very quickly after an adoption.

    In one case the dog said, “You know, it’s not like there was anything bad about the woman, it’s just that she’s so high-strung she was bouncing off the walls. I’m pretty anxious myself so we just set each other off. We can’t be together. She’d do fine with someone low key, and frankly so would I. I Wish the woman the best for a happy pairing and I just want to find a nice calm woman to live with.

    I spoke with you ages ago about my work with animals as part of working with families. And in fact, I’ve finally got a new website so I’m sending it along to you.

    http://ouranimalteachers.com/

    Regards,
    Leslie Corin-Ash

    Reply
    • Nedda

      Hi, Leslie,

      I’m so glad to hear that you are doing the work you do with rescue animals. So many have been traumatized by going in and out of homes that just weren’t a match for them. Good to know that people like you are there to assist them when it doesn’t work out. Now if only we could get more people to use our service when choosing a new animal, there would undoubtedly be more success stories!

      Best wishes on your new website!

      Reply
  4. Jeannine

    Great job, Nedda! And Jill too.
    Two happy furry girls!

    Reply
  5. Faun

    Beautiful!! Congratulations to all!

    Love,
    Faun

    Reply

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