By Keri Stella, January 16, 2017
For those of you have seen my personal blogs, I’ve talked about my friend, George, before. He’s a gorgeous, sweet, lovable cat, who also happens to be deaf and blind. I’ve worked with him a few times over the last year, giving him reiki either where he lives or at my house, and communicating with him from a distance – among my first experiences with animal communication! I met George, through his person, Mary Beth, who is a friend of mine at another company we both work for.
So, here’s the latest story of George. About a couple of weeks ago, Mary Beth and I sat down over coffee, and she told me about how distraught she was over George’s behavior as the New Year began. She had just returned from vacation, where she left George with a friend, so she was thinking this new behavior could have been a result of her leaving him. What was happening was that George no longer wanted to come into bed with her anymore. In fact, he ran away from her, and he would wake up in the middle of the night, spinning around in circles while loudly yowling. This wasn’t like him – Mary Beth knew he was upset about s
omething, but she didn’t know what it was about. I offered to try and find out what was happening.
So, the next morning, I meditated as I visualized my chakras (or energy centers) being cleansed and cleared by a golden light, so that I could be a clearer channel to give and receive messages from George. I also made sure not to have my morning coffee yet, as I wanted to be free of any chemicals that could prevent me from being a clear channel. I also asked my spirit animal guide, Wolfie, to help me with George. And lastly, I used a specific breathing technique that I learned during a recent psychic development class I took in December, which helps improve psychic ability.
And with that, here’s what I picked up: George was indeed upset. It’s because something changed in the house. He said there was a corner he
liked to go in and something changed about that corner. I saw an image of the side of a couch, looking from George’s perspective (as if he could see). There was something he liked and then it changed – something about that corner. I picked up that he liked to scratch there and now he can’t, or that something was put in the corner or the couch so he can’t do the thing he liked to do before. It was hard to determine exactly what changed, but just that something did.
I informed Marybeth of my findings, and she let me know that she did place a tube that she bought for the cats behind the couch. Her cats were not interested in the tube, so she needed a place to store the tube. I used my pendulum to dowse whether that was the issue, and I got a strong “yes”.
So, what happened? About 3 days after Mary Beth removed the tube from behind the couch, George was now sleeping with her again, and his spinning and yowling was greatly reduced! I told her I could check in with George if the yowling and spinning continued. Mary Beth was extremely happy with the changes. And I’m glad I could help! Here he is sleeping in Mary Beth’s bed.