Eli and I attended a very fascinating “Discover Your Pet’s Paranormal Abilities” Panel Discussion last night at the Edgar Cayce NY Center. The evening was hosted by inspirational speaker Dianne Navarro, radio show host and producer of Working Things Out Radio Show, with guest panelists Olga Horvat, author of Paranormal Pooch, animal communicator Carol Gurney and animal whisperer Val Heart, otherwise known as the Real Dr. Doolittle. I am inclined to believe it.
As soon as I walked in the Edgar Cayce Institute, I instantly had a feeling of peace. Eli tuned into the energy and became very relaxed. A paranormal pooch in his own right, he tuned into the meditative environment and slept the entire time. I took notes on the lecture for him:
Olga Horvat began the discussion by talking about dogs’ sixth sense.They are more sensitive to energies than humans, and some can even detect cancer and predict seizures in people. Joshua Warren, a paranormal expert who wrote the forward to her book “Paranormal Pooch”, says that all animals are psychic. Pythagoras was not only a mathematical genius, he also believed that animals have souls, reincarnate and are the most close animals to humans. When a human would pass on, he would even bring a dog to their death bed, so the human’s spirit would enter dog’s body.
According to Olga, animal paranormal activity occurs in three scenario’s: through the use of black magic to control animals (for example, sending birds to swoop down and peck at humans), during storms and the full moon, and as a result of an entity attaching to the spirit of the animal. It may sound unbelievable, and creepy, but it actually happened to Olga’s purebred poodle Princess, about whom “Paranormal Pooch” was written.
Animal Communicator Carol Gurney explained that bad behavior in animals always has a reason that makes sense once you listen to the animal. One of her more interesting story was about a horse named Timmy who suddenly developed narcolepsy and was depressed. Carol intuitively spoke with Timmy and heard him say “I don’t want to live anymore. Where is she?” It so happened that his best friend had been euthanized a few weeks earlier. Carol explained to him that she had been put to sleep, and that they were sorry they had not let him know. After that, Timmy was fine, and was also saved from being euthanized.
Carol Gurney’s advice for owners dealing with an aggressive pet is to sit with them quietly, ask them questions and listen. Dogs speak in a different language, according to her, and communicate in images, but we all have this ability which can be developed. Through the Gurney Institute, Carol teaches people how to communicate with their pets. She will be holding an animal communication workshop for those interested in Warren, NJ on June 2-3.
Val Heart, an animal whisperer since 1993, has worked with dressage horses and professional animals of all kinds. In one instance, a ranch owner complained that every day at dusk all the horses would suddenly get spooked during riding practice. When Val tuned in intuitively, she saw an image of the ground open under them and the spirits of Indians and settlers rising up and fighting, scaring the horses. She sent these beings back to the light. A few days later she received a phone call that the horses were no longer freaking out.
According to her, there are three ways we can communicate telepathically – through clairvoyance, clairaudience and clairsentience, or a combination of all three. Val also teaches people how to develop these skills in online classes and CD’s which can be purchased on her site.
It may all sound odd, but if your dog mysteriously has sudden behavioral issues that can’t be solved by a vet or an animal trainer, these communicators may just have the answer!