I Missed Two Comments Which Came In Months Apart; But, Look How Well They Fit Together!

Well, this is interesting! Got to be Serendipity! Sometimes, my life as an 80-year-old, fulltime, around-the-world traveler gets in the way of my efficiency as a Blogger. I missed these two comments when they came in….. Lora wrote months ago, and Heidi wrote just yesterday. Both were commenting on earlier blogs.

This afternoon, I have a rare opportunity to catch up before leaving on my continuing exploration of Laos, so I’m going to see how this, at least, opens Lora’s question. I get many questions about departed pets, and can’t always serve them individually as that is more of a Psychic’s field. However, I have done so many in the past, that I published my fourth book, Hearing Inner Voices: The Dead Pet Whisperer.But, the answer is always the same, for every pet I have checked on. They are doing extremely fine…. so much so, that their owners grief is regrettably holding them to Earth, when they simply want to go running happily about in the famous Elysium Fields. When their grieving owners learn this and their pet advises them to go and get another little furry buddy and they will see them when the Universe whistles for them…. and no sooner…. it’s pretty clear and comforting. So Lora, I am in a noisy hostel lobby, with very limited writing time; so I shall let Heidi give you some good advice. Then, please scroll down through the posts and read the pet question ones. Count on it that your darling would tell you the same thing. And as long as you wait for an answering bark from him, he can’t be free enough to enjoy himself Up There! My book quotes lots of these dead pets, so please read it. It’s pretty good advice for how to treat dead people and loved ones, too. You can order it from Amazon.com.


Lora wrote:

Hello, I recently lost my Dog Haley about 4 months ago. She had cancer and passed at 13 yrs old. I had her since she was 6 weeks. I still miss her every day and still cry alot. She was my best buddy and I love her dearly. Can you ask if she is ok and if she is still with me. Is there anything she wants me to know? I still think I see her in the backseat of my car. Will she always be by my side. She will be my last pet, I cant take that pain again, so I havent asked her to come back to me, I want her happy and at peace. I know someday we will be together forever. Please ask for me. Thanks.

Heidi writes:

Abraham says: “Look for things that make you feel better. There is never a situation in which there is not a way out—but, out of habit, most people continue to choose the “lack” perspective until they eventually find themselves where it seems that there are no more choices. As you look for evidence of Well-Being and thriving and success and happiness, you will tune yourself to the vibrations of those things—and so those kinds of good-feeling experiences will soon fill your life.” I would add to this by saying: Be thankful for as many things as you can think of to be thankful for. Try to stay in the vibration of gratitude rather than thinking about how bad you feel. Gravity works on your negative vibration and will pull you down, down, down whereas Gratitude lifts you up, up, up. Good luck. I hope you begin to feel better and better.

About Linda J. Brown

Linda is a solo around the world traveler, having slowly explored the world's two hemispheres. A third trip around the equator has just begun, planned to last at least four years. After living for a year in the spiritual and beautiful town of Santa Fe, New Mexico, she has transferred to the beautiful and spiritual town of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Feeling honored that the mysterious Hurricane Patricia paid her a call during her first week; she is none-the-less, eternally-grateful that this "worst hurricane in human history" decided to leave the planet alone, after all.
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