My name is Su Burnett. I am an intuitive animal communicator, horse whisperer, pet psychic, Dr. Sulittle, there are a lot of names to describe my job.
Basically, what I do is, I talk to animals. I have conversations with them. I ask them a question, I listen to their reply, then I translate what I receive into language, so that other humans can understand.
I use my intuition to do this.
Here in the western hemisphere it is spring and for some horses and us humans it is allergy time. These acupressure points are a super helpful tool in helping your horse clear their reaction to the changing environment and relax and breath deeply.
Acupressure is an ancient healing art developed in Asia over 3,000 years ago, using the fingers to press key points on the surface of the skin to stimulate the body’s natural self-curative abilities. When these points are pressed, they release muscular tension, and promote the circulation of blood and the body’s life force energy (Qi or chi) to promote health and healing. Using the same points as Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupressure applies a comfortable range of pressure from gentle to firm. Acupressure is safe, non-toxic and definitely habit forming… And the horses absolutely love it! [Read more…]
This is a story about a very sweet dog, I often see him in my head when I am in need of comfort and the assurance that everything really is okay, to do my best to relax, trust and have some faith that what I am creating will turn out better than I can imagine.
It is autumn, I am sitting in a chilly garage in New Brunswick, Canada. With me, is a lovely woman in her 40’s, her Mum and a jaunty, cheerful Jack Russell. He has just driven with his lovely human from Ottawa. His human is mentally and physically fatigued, is crying, sad, her spirits are low and she is experiencing some culture shock. She has just packed up, moved house, quit her job, split from her husband, driven 985 km and is living with her Mum. She is in very much doubt about her decisions and is really upset about whether bringing the Jack Russell, was the right thing to do. Would he have rather stayed in Ottawa with her husband? [Read more…]