If you listen... they will speak
Beyond Logic Podcast Featuring
Debbie McGillivray is a professional Animal Communicator and Pet Intuitive with over 20 years of experience and clients all over the globe. She is author of 3 books, "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Pet Psychic Communication", "Untamed Voices" and "Animal Communication Boot Camp."
Debbie is dedicated to helping people "hear" their animals, and has an online Animal Communication Course that anyone can take to learn to communicate with their animals on a deeper level or to some day use those skills professionally. Please check out her Youtube channel and Facebook page.
"I feel very blessed to be able to bridge the gap of understanding between humans and animals. It is through this subtle communication that compromise is addressed, harmony achieved and healing is elevated. I look forward to sharing this experience with you." To learn more about Debbie, click here.
Debbie offers live and online courses. It will cover everything you need to know in order to communicate with the animals on a deeper level. We will discuss behavioral challenges, lost animals, animals in spirit, holistic healing, and how to scan a body for pain. Each lesson will build a foundation for you to expand upon and grow your natural ability to access your animal on a deeper level of understanding.
Debbie offers phone consultations with non verbal or special needs children and adults. The first appointment is free of charge.
Email Debbie for more information on this service.
Animals are amazing beings, ... they live, laugh, play... think, feel, weep ... grieve, worry, want, and above all else - LOVE.
Animals have so much to teach us, all we have to do is open our hearts and listen.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"I called because we couldn't figure out a lameness/behavior issue. The first words out of your mouth were "he says his left hind is sore and that is why he is refusing jumps." Then what he said next.. really convinced me you were talking to him... he said he missed a horse that recently left and no one understood this! His stablemate died and Duke was good friends with him. Thank you for helping me to know my horse on a level that I never thought existed."