I’ve been very spoiled the last eight years. We’ve lived close to Sedona, the capital of weird and much psychic activity. Most of my friends are all intuitive in some way and see things from a higher perspective. It is not uncommon to speak about animal communication or about our Guides and Angels in our normal conversation because this is our reality. We moved in the past year to an area that is beautiful and filled with activity and unknowingly moved into a small town that is very religious and church-going. Our own family is very spiritual but not religious. We all have such wild psychic experiences on a regular basis it is hard not to believe in psychic ability. Our daughter is going to a school that is very structured. She does well with structure, but we found out most of her friends are very religious and have regularly tried to save her soul on numerous occasions just because she has different beliefs. I have been pretty isolated from all of this and usually hang out with the other healers in the area. Until today.
We went to a lovely new vet. A huge coincidence (:)) was the new vet just happens to be a vet I met long ago when she was just starting out and I was just starting out in my animal communication biz. I drew her logo for her biz back then, and in return, she did a house call for our babies. She believed in animal communication, alternative healing, and flower essences, and even lived in a spiritual retreat center. We had a lovely visit today and found out Foxy, our red dog, was having some kidney stuff. Foxy herself had communicated to me that she felt her dog food was too rich and salty and was causing a strain on her kidneys. In the vet’s office, I knew then, that she needed to check Foxy’s kidneys, and was right. (Big validation I heard Foxy right). The vet also asked me if I worked with dogs’ behavior issues. At the end of the visit I felt great that I had finally found an aware vet and left some business cards at the counter. Much to my surprise and amazement, I received a phonecall from the Vet’s office saying I needed to remove my business cards because the owners are Christian and don’t believe in that “stuff.” Not missing a beat, I just suggested they give the cards to the vet we worked with who WAS into that kind of “stuff.”
I am still amazed. Perhaps I’ve been too sheltered being surrounded by like-minded’s for so long. I don’t see how being a Christian excludes you from believing in healing with Nature and working with your intuition. Many of my students have a Christian background and believe fully just from experience alone. Perhaps I was sent there that day for reassurance for the Vet we know. I am not sure if we should look for a new vet for our girls or not, or what we were meant to learn from the experience just yet. I do know that I felt excluded and unaccepted for who I am (afterall, God made me psychic!) and that is not what Christianity is supposed to be about. Christ, I recall, was all about unconditional love and acceptance for everyone. And wasn’t Christ himself able to talk to animals, heal with his hands, channel God and his messages? Hmmm. What do you think?