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Friday, August 28, 2015

White Lions and Animal Communication

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As spiritual workers we are able to help many species. There is no greater joy than to shine a light and help others. As empaths, we often take on energy that weighs us down and we must be careful to keep ourselves healthy. How can we do this with so much suffering in the world? We must look within.

As a professional animal communicator I am open to waves of negative energy that flood through me. It took me some time to learn how to decipher their energy from my own, and it is with protection that we must all walk carefully. Meditation is key in spiritual development AND helping us to take on the sorrows and negativity that effect so many species.

I recently was told (in meditation) to offer 100% of the fees earned with communications (my side job), to the White Lions now struggling for survival. Hundreds in captivity, yet less than 20 in the wild. I was shown that by turning this endeavor back to the animals it would be beneficial to all. I had no idea what awaited me.

Since working for the white lions I have had amazing encounters that I don't think words could ever describe properly. I write this not to ask you to work for free, but to encourage you to take a deeper look at ways in which you can help others on our planet. It can be an act of kindness shown to someone in need. Perhaps you have a neighbor that needs a ride to their doctor, a child that needs watching so a single parent can go to the market. If we move with this intention, our lives are not only enriched… but doors of opportunity seem to swing wide open. Like attracts like. Follow your intuition and find a way of being a service to others daily. Send a card, make a phone call, BE love to the world. You will be raising your vibration and your meditation journal will be filled with exciting adventures.

If you know of anyone that would like me to speak with their animals please contact me. I work globally using photos, general cases, animals in spirit and missing animal cases. ALL is done for the white lions. Contact me: Lorraine Turner.
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To learn how you can meditate please read my book Sæ-sii Meditation: How to Find Your Bliss in 15 Minutes a Day



Friday, July 17, 2015

Just Dive In…You'll Learn to Swim Later

Survival. As we continue to face economic hardships, mounting health problems and global warming where can we look for guidance? Should we look to the media with its parroted news flashes bought and paid for by corporate leaders? Should we look to government officials that are sitting upon their thrones of authority, clearly they must have the answers. Or perhaps we should just follow the paths of our ancestors and stick close to the wisdom of the family tree, after all this takes the pressure off of actually thinking for ourselves. How about following your intuition?

in·tu·i·tion
noun
intuition
the ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning.

How can anyone hear themselves glued to TV, Internet, I-Devices and the daily addiction to social media?

Throughout my life I faced many storms and I do not pretend to know all of the answers, but I have learned to navigate the turbulence by tuning in. Can intuition really be a tool we can use for survival? Of course and it begins with meditation. I have included a simple link on How to Begin below.

Life disasters such as job loss, divorce, a death in the family, illness, depression, etc. can appear upon your horizon like a turbulent storm. With it comes a tremendous life altering calamity, that for many, may seem beyond their ability to survive. They may turn to family and friends for advice, cruise the internet, ask their community leaders— but in truth, they must make personal decisions by following their gut. We must learn to exercise this ability to soften the static input and listen to the guidance waiting within.

Anxiety and self doubt stop many in their tracks. They spend hours, days…years listening to others and stay rooted in toxic relationships or negative energy fueled by their depression and inability to really LET GO and TRUST their intuition. How do we break this cycle? By DIVING IN and learning to swim later.

It takes only 15 minutes daily of silent meditation to connect to your higher self. This will bolster and encourage you. Self empowerment will lead you to a place where you can ignore the naysayers and move forward with your head held high. You CAN do this and no one is stopping you but yourself.

I have watched many people stuck doing the same thing year after year too afraid to chart a course and swim to higher ground. They complain about their miserable lives and do nothing to improve it. They will list a multitude of excuses as to why they cannot achieve their goals, and in actual fact if they put as much energy into DOING instead of thinking, they would find themselves much happier beings.

Survival is becoming harder and we as a people must learn to think for ourselves. But if we really sit in silence and tune in we will realize we are never alone. A multitude of guides and helpers are there to help you and will never leave your side. Begin today with a positive affirmation, look your situation face on and say, "I am a beautiful person and I will seek my happiness by being true to myself. I will begin in silence and I will learn to ignore the chatter and welcome the guidance that has always been within me— my intuition."

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My website: How meditation helped me move my thoughts into action.
How to Begin Meditation

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Animal Spirit Guides and a Ferret

Meditation has many benefits, one of them is connecting with animals in spirit. I've had many wonderful lessons brought to me throughout my daily sessions, but none so close to my heart as when I am connecting with animals. Why would this touch me more deeply than connecting with people? I'm not sure, maybe I'm just wired differently than some—but, perhaps YOU are too!

Over the past year I have studied animal communication. I was led to do this by the many animals that kept visiting me in meditation. At first, I thought I was seeing so many as I am an author and  they are the subjects of my stories. I would thank them for their visits, journal the sessions and go about my day. After months of this I realized it was much more, it was as if I was being called to speak with animals and share their wisdom. That is when I realized it was beyond a daily meditation of going to my harbor of peace, it was about sharing their wisdom. These animals are spirit guides and they have much to teach. Now after successfully completing my training, I now do this for others professionally (see link below).


By working with so many different animals, I am learning that some speak in symbols, songs, scents, images or sounds. I happily admit I will always be a lifetime student, as each day I learn new lessons. Although I would love to share the many sessions that I now do with animals, I must follow a code of ethics that protects the animal's and human's privacy. And so I will give an example without disclosing identities or details.

Sample session: A person gave me a photo of a Ferret and I am asked if it likes its food and environment. It begins with a meditation and setting the intention for the highest good. Throughout the session, I am shown images of a cave, a closet and a tiny wooden box. I am given a song about money and I am smelling garlic and feeling intense heat. The feedback from the person confirms that the ferret lives in a very small cage in the kitchen near the stove. They feel due to finances they should not have even taken this animal in, as they really do not have the space. Also they add, they resent having spent money on the ferret. After a few sessions, the animal suggested a place that it would be more comfortable and the arrangements were made. At this point an animal spirit guide stepped in, I saw a ram and it spoke of finances. The message was about the money spent on entertainment and cigarettes. You can imagine how difficult this was to convey to the pet's guardian, but with the help of the ram, the language and wording was provided to bring this message to light. So as you can see, a person's questions about food and environment of a ferret, helped them take a closer look and adjust some of their spending habits.

Can anyone do this? Of course, but it takes "commitment to self " to sit in daily meditation. Meditation helps the development of animal communication and many people of all ages are beginning to do this with ease.

Although I enjoy doing this work, I feel I am being guided to teach others. I am currently developing a workshop to teach children as I feel they are the future guardians of our planet. To learn more about the work I do with animal communication, please visit my website.
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Animal Communication Training with Wynter Worsthorne
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To learn how you can meditate please read my book Sæ-sii Meditation: How to Find Your Bliss in 15 Minutes a Day

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Animals Aren't Souvenirs - Messages From a Shell

Have you ever picked up a shell an found the animal still living in its home? As humans we are fascinated with touching and prodding different species.  Is this just our curious human nature? What if a large animal picked us up and prodded and sniffed us. How would we react? Would we try to move away, try to fight them off? I hope none of us ever has to witness this happening to our friends and loved ones let alone ourselves.

Yesterday was my "unplug" day. I live near the beach and I pack nothing but beach gear—no electronic devices or cellphones, sunscreen, lunch and lots of water. There are many beautiful migrating sea birds that flock along the shores and many visiting tourists. Quite honestly I am more comfortable with the animals than the people. The animals forage for bits of food among the debris that is washed up. Many have to pick through plastic bottle caps, styrofoam and other man-made items. This is something they have come to accept and sadly so has mankind.

But it doesn't have to be this way, and if we rally took some quiet time to observe nature we would feel more connected and our self-preservation vibes would spread to world around us. It would include the plants and animals that share our communities. And this would be taught to our offspring and together we could bring change. Meditation is key to helping raise our awareness.

Yesterday I used my floating-in-the-water time to make this connection. It is such a beautiful thing to switch off and float. A water meditation can be done anywhere you can quietly submerge yourself in water. If you use your tub, just imagine the sights, scents, feelings and sounds that bring you complete peace.
You start very simply with an opening prayer. Here is the one I use:
To my highest guides and helpers second to none

Bless me and keep me safe at this time that I sit
Knowing that all that is said, done and heard, felt or sensed in any way
is with absolute love as I blend myself with my consciousness
I wish at this time to be at one with my spirit
I close my eyes and feel myself floating in the water (I use a floating raft, but you can also sit on the beach with the water lapping up on you) I breath along with  the rhythm of the water feeling the rise and fall of the sea. I feel the wind and I hear the sea birds. I smell in all of the beautiful scents that abound at the ocean. I then just LET GO of all thought and I allow myself to be carried. This lasts no more than 15—20 minutes, and after it is finished I close with a prayer of gratitude. I allow whatever sensations, feelings, images, sounds or thoughts to be brought to my conscious state and (after I dry off) journal everything. These journals have brought tremendous insight and peace.

I came away from the meditation and found myself in conversation with a fish. There are many tiny fish that scoot along the shoreline and one came and sat beneath my raft. I had felt my disgust with some of the people I had seen picking up the conchs and wanting to take them home as souvenirs. This happens so often that I find myself trying to gently educate them as they run screaming to their friends to come and look at what they "found" as if they now have a right to where it gets to reside—in their beach bucket or back in the sea. This fish was letting me know that even though I sound like I am a broken record, I am the one with the voice, I have the vocal chords that can communicate with humans. "But," I said, "I don't want to be the beach police, I came here to relax and enjoy nature." The fish replied, "Isn't part of that enjoyment protecting what you love?" Before departing he swam a few circles around my knees and I thanked it for its wisdom.

And so, I will continue to visit the beach and I will carry on collecting trash and speaking to people that toss animals around like toys. But I will also continue to teach about the importance of daily meditation. Fifteen minutes a day can bring you inspiration, insight and oh yes, wise counsel from the creatures sharing our planet.


To learn how you can meditate please read my book Sæ-sii Meditation: How to Find Your Bliss in 15 Minutes a Day

I am a Professional Animal Communicator, I can speak with your animals! learn more

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