My Teleseminar – random sharing of an Animal Communicator and Regan Golob

Regan Golob Bonus Call.mp3

This is one of the many upcoming calls for The Animal Education Teleseminar Series. For more info go to http://www.joanranquet.com.

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Bo the White House Dog and other random thoughts of an Animal Communicator

Obama Promised PuppyBo is waltzing into a world following Miss Beazley and Barney. Buddy and Socks. A big world that will end up in the Presidential Pet Museum. Bo has a lot to live up to and a lot to offer. This will make life seem rather normal for those girls, Sasha and Malia. (I’m thinking a cat or a second dog would be great – but that’s just me.)

I personally love that the country is making such a big deal about the dog. It is important. Right now I have two dogs looking at me like this was a rather boring Easter. Boring or not……the world is better having that pair or a couple of pairs of eyes to answer back to.

I personally love this breed. They are cute, fun, smart, very trainable and look like their jammies are a size too big. They bounce. They are alive yet have a work ethic and value a job. Bo has an supersize me job in this country – with our love of pets and our eye on the Whitehouse.

It will be fun to watch – fun to talk about. We all need something fun! Meanwhile, my own two dogs that are a little bored by a bad weather Easter and a low energy human (that would be me – yes I actually watched a movie today)…..deserve some big dog time tomorrow. We are all weather weenies so the big hike is out. It always comes down to a toy parade around the couch throughout the day to blow off the steam.

More to come for sure on the life and times of Bo………..all within the first 100 days of the presidency. Stay tuned.

cat thief –

Embedded video from CNN Video

Amazing Animal Stories – Random findings of an Animal Communicator

This is the story of a seeing eye miniature horse, it’s awesome: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/30155540/.

Random thoughts of an Animal Communicator

photo11Rafiki – a favorite cat friend enjoyed my book so much he refused to get off the counter – you gotta love that.

Long day – boot camp for horses continued, they were both excellent – fun clients – it doesn’t get any better than that. Ready for a long bath. Reading. And having no random thoughts – sleep ~

more random thoughts of an animal communicator

   The girls - Isabella & Olivia                                                                                                                                                            

So I got a new camera. I always have these amazing ideas when I think of finally getting the new camera. Every other minute there is a plethora of amazing shots with my animal. Humbly I submit some rather average photos. I suppose if I keep taking photos one out of the masses will be superb.  

Meanwhile, I am pasting my two dogs up.  This was in the morning – after feeding horses, before their breakfast. I have the whole place in a boot camp so to speak. A trainer is working with me and the horses.  I’m working more with the dogs. I’m even asking the weeds to show a little discipline here. (I’ll keep you posted on that story – for sure).  

All in all, it’s a very busy time for me with clients and the University. So creating that space in the day for each of my animals doesn’t leave me crabby at the end of the week.  I can get going so fast that in a week that by Friday I realize I haven’t ridden or done an outing with the dogs. I’ve worked with everyone else’s animals, except my own. Then I overdo on the weekend like some Disneyland Dad. 

Then in my travels – I have to say to clients do as I say, not as I do. That is not the life I want. So I’m glad I made the personal /animal time.  

Boot camp is etched into the schedule. In pen. In 18 pt. Bold print, underlined and with red shading. And I love it. They seem to be enjoying it as well.   

Anyone else in a training or personal boot camp? Let me know!

Rollie & Gabrielle

Communication with all Life, Random thoughts and events of an Animal Communicator

I got to talk to a superstar today. I actually was there because of the other dog, Winter is having hind end troubles. Oddly enough he does well with wheels. I say oddly enough because, the reason his person, Ruth and I met is when Winter was 2 1/2 he freaked out pulling a cart and wouldn’t do it for the dog shows. This was 9 years ago. At the time, his brother Max was a champion. Max is long since gone. Winter is 11 and now he’s getting around with wheels. Ah the ironies in life. If it weren’t for his cart phobia I wouldn’t have met him, Ruth or Max. And Max and I had many sessions together for years and years.
There are Max stories in my book, Communication with all Life. Ruth came to one of the book signings at Barnes and Noble with the dogs. She’s been a big fan of my work and I hers. And now Tonka is coming up the show ranks. So I got to work on Winter and talk to Tonka today.

This is Ruth and Tonka in full action: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbsIa_wgbXE. Awesome. They are quite a team. And I’ll tell you Tonka is great at Obedience, carting, agility, freestyle – all of it.

And Winter of all things is a superstar just with sheer will. He is getting himself around like an amazing superstar.

And if you play this video – I’m warning you – your dogs may end up barking!

More Communication with all Life, random thoughts of an Animal Communicator

There is always the good with the bad. Life in my Animal Communication world is awesome. Yet, I’m still so saddened by the loss of my horse trainer’s horse. She (the horse trainer) okay I’ll name her – Cindy is my kind of horse trainer. She doesn’t push me to show but wants me to have exquisite education, meaning, doing it right by the horse in the classical dressage way and yet, enjoy.

I am one who loves to learn. (Okay with technology, I’m challenged!) With animals – I always love to learn – whether it’s health, behavior, animal nutrition, healing techniques or training. I showed horses as a kid. I have no desire to show now. My measurement is that aha moment in a lesson. Or that brain checkout on the trail. I have one horse for each of those needs. As I stare out into my sleepy barn aisle now, I know boot camp is about to hit April 1! My guilt assuaged, a program in place – all is good. I’m very excited. Yet my joy comes from the idea that there will be fitness, fun and learning. That is my personal end result with me and my horses (and dogs). I have many, MANY, many friends and clients that love to show and I applaud them. I sometimes even show up physically to say AWESOME. I have nothing against it – it is just not personally for me. Yet the learning aspect is.

However, my trainer just lost her horse Sully to colic. As an Animal Communicator or Pet Psychic whatever you want to call me, there is a place that each animal I connect with touches me. (And if we just go by weekly – it’s a LOT!) They all touch me.

Sully was someone that I thought I had a future with. I met him in person and did some work with my healing machine to get him ready for a clinic. He showed me intimate details of ‘how he got into the zone’ at the race track and how he could work with that with Cindy’s dressage program. As a result of what he taught me, I shared with Cindy and they had nice rides his last couple of weeks. However, I had anticipated he was going to teach me more (as I’m sure Cindy had thought the same about her beloved).

It is that constant reminder that the time is now and love is now. Whether you are gearing up for the Olympics or going out to the back yard to brush your 28 yr. gelding. Or helping your dog down the stairs or the cat up to his or her special feed bowl…..or even my 89 ¾ year old father. For me personally, with all of life, all of the news, all of technology, all of the Earth Hour or whatever is going on in life, the time is now.

With my Father, I know the time is now. With Sully, I’m still so surprised. He had a wonderful round of healings, went off to a clinic – was a prize student and partner and left the planet.

So many great beings are leaving the planet – like a Natasha Richardson or fill in the blanks. I recently lost a friend – Bill Lagan. He died, almost to the day of the death of my childhood friend Robin Webb 2 years ago. Both are such huge tragedies, yet, all perfect when we look at the set up. What did they stand for? What did they teach us? That lesson will still be with us even if it is not embodied.

I personally have to remember, wow, I have a giant team on the other side. Meanwhile, it doesn’t take away from the pain in the moment of losing that physical being. And the reality of that animal/person being gone.

I have created a space in my Communication with all Life University site for those animals that are challenged that are still hanging on to life. . . . if you so chose to place an animal there, there are some wonderful beings in all dimensions that will look after them. Please check out: http://tinyurl.com/c78v22. Please join, add, whatever you feel like if you are with an animal or have a friend who could use some support.

I know somehow Sully taught me something that I may have initiated from him the lessons I needed , I will now have to go out and practice that with others. A very amazing technique I originally thought was exclusively his – it’s now universal. More on those experiments later……this was a dynamic changing event no matter what species, what discipline, what intention. Thank you Sully.
Blessings to you and your animal companions in all realms, Joan