Gina Palmer, Animal Communicator Animal Communication
Consultations
with Gina Palmer


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What is covered in a session Code of Ethics for Interspecies Telepathic Communicators

About Our Work

Mare and Foal In our work, we seek resolution to and harmony in all issues presented to us. Sessions are about joy, understanding, and education on animal communication and human/other species misunderstandings. We listen to your viewpoint, and then seek to hear the animal’s viewpoint. As communicator/facilitator, my job is to remain neutral and non-judgmental. This creates an energy field which allows the truth to unfold with love. Animals have taught us that all issues are either a call for love or the need to send love. Often the problems are simply a matter of misunderstanding. Sometimes the issues are far more serious: health-related or related to euthanasia and grief.

We can answer questions you have about problems with an animal companion. Understanding and cooperation are more readily achieved when you know how your animals think and feel, what they do and don't understand, and how to treat them to create more cooperation and partnership. I facilitate to listen, not to fix. Listening is the key to finding missing or lost animals or addressing health and behavior concerns. Our attachments within our relationships (human and non-human) sometimes cause us to block information that is vital to resolution. As a mediator/facilitator, I can help.

Telepathy defined is:
TELE: distant transmission defying distance
plus PATHY: suffering or feeling.

Animal psychic is a label which only partially describes my work. Animal, translated, means soul animating. Psychic comes from the word "psyche," meaning Soul or Spirit. My work is psychic because it accesses telepathic communication networks. The essence or authentic self of the being contacted is who and what I connect with. This being is often disguised in fur, feather, scales, etc. Their true essence includes their thoughts, perceptions, values, purposes, emotional and mental bodies, and spiritual qualities. We work from what you know about the situation/condition/issue to what is un-known from the animal’s viewpoint in order to resolve behavior problems, misunderstandings, psychosomatic aspects of illness/injury, which are not healing or are resistant to veterinary care. I work to restore body energy and balance through spiritual healing and applications with flower essences, color, light and sound therapies.

Of obvious benefit to any difficult situation is wellness, joy, and understanding. Finding out how your animal feels about life, his or her purpose, enjoyments, and concerns, often sheds light where only darkness was felt, particularly in the case of death or missing animals. Animals have not forgotten they are eternal beings. They often do not view situations as dramatically as we humans do. Even in difficult situations, the animal is often calling attention to something that has gone unnoticed.

The human conventional world view is one of fragmentation rather than that of wholeness, of separation rather than unity. A consultation session realigns one with the animal’s viewpoint, which in all cases remains rooted in wholeness. A thorough consultation session will result in release and/or relief, as often reported by clients and students. Our sessions and classes emphasize an expanded state of awareness, which frees the intellect/ego and allows all concerned to take part in true knowingness, which can only be experienced from the heart. When true Self meets true Self, authentic communication takes place, and we find, at least for a moment, that we have touched the soul of another — and through that other, we have touched God.

What to Expect

A consultation with Gina, whether in person or by phone, is an opportunity for direct, two-way telepathic communication with your animal companions. You can get questions answered about problems you are having with your animal friends. You can understand their viewpoints better—how they think,what they do and don’t understand, and how to treat them to create more cooperation and a better partnership in living or working together.

Gorillas' Handshake

All non-human animals communicate telepathically. This is not something spooky or weird. It is an inborn ability of all beings, including humans. In our culture we are conditioned from childhood to deny telepathic communication, so we lose the ability. If we are sensitive, receptive, and attentive, we can recover, develop, or increase our own ability to communicate mentally with other species.

During a session, Gina has her own style of tuning in with your animal companion. She first sets the intention for resolution and harmony within the animal. Connecting, or merging, with the soul or spirit of the animal, she asks first for the best possible outcome for all involved. Posing your questions to the animal, she asks for the animal’s viewpoint regarding the issue presented. Your viewpoint is framed within the question.

Gina asks that your question be as concise and straight-forward as you can frame it. She then listens for the animal’s insight, viewpoint, wisdom or concerns. She receives the animal’s response, frames it for your understanding, and then verbalizes it to you. Communication is intended to gain deeper understanding, thereby minimizing difficulties that you may be having with behavior, health, challenges, or misunderstandings.

Sometimes it is just fun to discover how your animal feels about your relationship or to hear the purpose your animal has for being in your life at this particular time. Sometimes the result is a valuable insight into blocks in the relationship or in the animal’s health or behavior.

A beneficial consultation can clear these blocks, restoring wholeness, vitality, and happiness. Most people feel a sense of relief or release, which is also felt by the animal.

The sessions can cover:


Discovering the roots of the relationship and its purpose
Finding a missing animal
Grief counseling
Helping the animals deal with travel or a move
The transition of death
The challenges of multiple animal households
Litter box mishaps
Aging animals
Euthanasia decisions
Resolution of problem behaviors
Support and insight during illness
Your animal’s viewpoint on life
What your animal can teach you
Ways your animal assists you in life
When to stop treating ill or elder animals
Any other concerns you may have regarding your animal.

Having a photograph of the animal is helpful, yet not required. It is especially helpful when consulting for a multi-animal household. Have you ever entered into a kindergarten classroom when all the students wanted to talk at once? Well, it is common, when more than one animal is living in the house, for everyone to want a turn to talk. Having the animal’s photo and one of you helps to keep the session focussed.

Cinnamon Dog

Telephone Consultations

All telephone consultations are booked in advance.
A one-hour session is $150.
A half-hour session is $90.
In the event the session requires additional time (at your discretion) the additional time is billed at $90 per 1/2 hour increment. Minimum fee for any session is $90, due and payable in advance of the session date.

Lost/Missing Animal Case Sessions
Consultations for lost/missing animals are $3.50 per minute.

Regretfully, Gina no longer accepts 'new clients' for lost or missing animal consultation sessions. Please refer to web site at www.animaltalk.net for a list of other nationwide animal communicators.

If you are a past client of Gina's, please call to schedule your lost/missing animal session.

Cancellation Policy: Credit to client for future session up to one year from date of cancellation. No refunds of any portion of payment(s).

Rescheduling Policy: There is a $25.00 rescheduling fee which will be applied to any date or time change requested by the client other than the original date/time arranged by client and confirmed in writing by Paws & Claws. Rescheduling fee is not applicable to any date/time changes initiated by Paws & Claws. Prior payments made by the client will be credited to client's account, less the $25.00 rescheduling fee for up to one year from the date of the original confirmed consultation.

Photo of animal and caregiver are helpful but not required. Include with photo and payment your concise (one-sentence) “statement of intention,” recalling your hopes and dreams for being in relationship with the animal when you originally came together in the relationship. I will be asking your animal for his/her “original intention,” as we begin your session. Also include at least three primary questions you would like answered. I can usually speak with up to three animals in one session.
Mail payment, photo and quesitons to: Gina Palmer, PO Box 2525, Vista, CA 92085-2525. It is best to schedule your session date and time in advance of sending payment by calling 760-630-0777. All bookings require receipt of payment and information prior to session date to be considered a confirmed booking.
Gina is happy to refer you to another animal communicator if these criteria or your time constraints do not comply with the standard outlined.
  You can also contact Gina by e-mail at ginapalmer@pawsandclaws.net to schedule a session.

In the event fees create financial hardship, individual cases are referred to business manager, Kim Patrick.

Book appointments through Kim Patrick by calling our Paws & Claws office at 760-630-0777 or contacting us via e-mail.

Mr. Green the Iguana

How to Prepare for Your Consultation

In the beginning, I will ask you a few basic questions about the animal’s name, age, and breed to help me put their answers into some context and therefore understand them better. I can tune in with your animal friends and find out basic matters like how they feel about life, their purposes, concerns, attitudes, enjoyments, etc., but a consultation is facilitated by you asking specific questions that are important to you. Animal companions may not talk about your areas of concern unless you focus their attention on them. Questions about health, attitudes, behavior, environment—past, present, future—are all welcome.

So please have all your questions ready, written if necessary. If you’d like to record the consultation, have a tape recorder ready.

My ability to comprehend or put into context what the animal is saying is increased if I first have your information about a health or behavior problem. Then, I can get the animal’s viewpoint about it, which may be very different from what you think. Or it may fill in the picture of what you or others perceive. Just asking “What’s wrong” with this horse, dog, cat, won’t necessarily be productive, especially if they don’t feel anything is worng with them or have no immediate pain or stress. A challenging or hostile attitude creates mental static and headaches and wastes time and energy. Full communication and receptivity from all concerned is the key to maximum benefit from a consultation.

Have an open attitude, whether you are skeptical or not, and you may find that your consultation is an interesting and helpful experience.

Code of Ethics for Interspecies Telepathic Communicators
As practiced by Gina Palmer, Animal Communication Specialist

Grasshopper

Our motivation is compassion for all being and a desire to help all species understand each other better, particularly to help restore the lost human ability to freely and directly communicate with other species.

We honor those that come to us for help, not judging, condemning, or invalidating them for their mistakes or misunderstanding, but honoring their desire for change and harmony.

We know that to keep this work as pure and harmonious as possible requires that we continually grow spiritually. We realize that telepathic communication can be clouded or overlaid by our own unfulfilled emotions, critical judgments, or lack of love for self and others. We walk in humility, willing to recognize and clear up our own errors in understanding others’ communication (human and non-human alike).

We cultivate knowledge and understanding of the dynamics of human, non-human, and interspecies behavior and relationships, to increase the good results of our work. We get whatever education and/or personal help we need to do our work effectively, with compassion, respect, joy, and harmony.

We seek to draw out the best in everyone and increase understanding toward mutual resolution of problems. We go only where we are asked to help, so that others are receptive and we truly can help. We respect the feelings and ideas of others and work for interspecies understanding, not pitting one side against another, but walking with compassion for all. We acknowledge the things that we cannot change and continue where our work can be most effective.

We respect the privacy of people and animal companions we work with, and honor their desire for confidentiality.

While doing our best to help, we allow others their own dignity and help them to help their animal companions. We cultivate understanding and ability in others, rather than dependence on our ability. We offer people ways to be involved in understanding and growth with their fellow beings of other species.

We acknowledge our limitations, seeking help from other professionals as needed. It is not our job to name and treat diseases, and we refer people to veterinarians for diagnosis of physical illness. We may relay animals’ ideas, feelings, pains, symptoms as they describe them or as we feel or perceive them, and this may be helpful to veterinary health professionals. We may also assist through handling of stresses, counselling, and other gentle healing methods. We let clients decide for themselves how to work with healing their animal companions’s distress, disease, or injury, given all the information available.

The goal of any consultation, lecture, workshop, or interspecies experience is more communication, balance, compassion, understanding, and communion among all beings. We follow our heart, honoring the spirit and life of all beings as One.