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Becs’ column

all is calm on bonfire night

As bonfire night approaches and the fireworks season begins people are often concerned about how their animal companions will be affected.  I often get asked what people can do to help their animal companions at this time, so I thought I would share an animal communication perspective. Every animal has its own unique sensitivity and response […]

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being in the moment

A fundamental lesson I have learnt from working with animals is the power of ‘being in the moment’. This is allowing ourselves to be fully present in an experience. Very often in our busy lives we are only partly present with what we are doing. Our mind wanders ahead to future events or lingers on […]

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being in nature – a dog’s perspective

In my recent newsletter I was extolling the virtues of being in nature. I find it’s like pressing the ‘pause’ button for a moment and stepping out of the busyness of day to day life into a space of peace and calm. So why is that? It’s because nature calls upon all of my senses […]

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the power of feelings

I often to say to people ‘animals haven’t complicated things by developing a language to the extent we humans have’. It’s something I feel passionately about. Have you ever had a feeling that you have found difficult to describe or to put into words? Have you been in a situation where you have wanted to […]

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the hare and the tortoise

As I was out running this morning Aesop’s fable about the hare and tortoise came to mind. Perhaps subconsciously I had a desire to be running faster and that’s why I recalled it! As I reflected on the story as I ran, I realised that Aesop’s fables are an example of how animals have long been […]

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