There’s more to your animals and you than you might think. . .
Hello, thank you for visiting my site. My name is, Jane Broccolo. I’m a natural born animal, spirit, and nature communicator, and so are you, in case you forgot.
Out of my respect for the intrinsic rights of animals to have full lives of their own, I don’t have them tortured or slaughtered on my behalf; horrors that will eventually cease to exist as we remember how beautifully connected we are to all life.
Since I first began years ago facilitating relationships between us and other animals and the natural world, I’ve been witnessing what we’ve always known deep down inside to be true. Intuition, empathy, telepathy, compassion, and wisdom are not only human traits, but qualities that come with the territory in all animals…in all life, actually. Science is slowly but surely coming around to discovering this.
Sad that the brilliance of our animal companions goes untapped, their unique minds wasted on human ignorance. I know that if I were to open up a dialog between you and your animals, most could give you helpful and often profound insights about you, about themselves, about life, if you really wanted to know.
Often, many health, emotional, and psychological issues our animals might have are because they are mirroring–acting out–imbalances within ourselves. When this is the case, animal communication can help heal our own personal issues, as well.
Clients tell me that my method of animal communication, often combining long-distance healing energy work, yields unexplainable results:
Nervous animals become calm, cats agree not to leave the yard, arthritic joints are soothed, recovery from surgery and illness is quickened, transitions–end of life, or otherwise–are eased, insecure animals become confident, destructive ones cooperate, and all involved including you, get to breathe a deep sigh of relief. That’s how powerful animal communication is. And I do it mostly by phone.
Read testimonials to there’s more to my animal communication work than you might think…
- About resolving animal behavior issues
- About communicating with dying and deceased animals
- About helping animals recover from emotional and physical trauma
- About finding missing pets
How could an animal’s thoughts translate into English? I don’t know. Perhaps my setting the intention for clear communication prompts my brain into accessing words that match the incoming thought frequencies I receive from the animal.
What I do know for certain is that when we listen to our animals for a change, change happens.
The peace every planetary species longs for, jumps into our hearts, and changes the world, at least our own little worlds.
Thank you for listening.