For as long as I can remember I have dreamed of traveling. For the past 10 years I have been able to travel more and more. In 2011 I made the decision to follow that dream totally. I sold my home in Missoula, MT where I’d lived for 40 years, and set out to travel full time. Of course, the decision to be mobile has affected my animal communication business. The wonderful part of working with the animals telepathically is that I do not need to be near the animals to work effectively with them. The inconvenient part of traveling so much and loving back-country woods, deserts, and oceans is that often I am not in range of cell phones and internet connections. At first I attempted to keep the animal business going. But it has become too difficult.
In the past two years I have had the fabulous luck to enter the Volunteers in Parks program in the national park system. For two winters in the Everglades and this past summer at the Grand Canyon I have been an interpretive ranger. These fun and rewarding jobs keep me studying, learning, writing programs, memorizing them, and delivering talks and walks. With all of that intense left-brain activity, it has become more and more difficult to switch into the more intuitive mode I use as an animal communicator.
Therefore, I have ended my business of animal communication. There are some wonderful communicators, more and more each year, who can carry on this good work. You can find a list of working communicators at Penelope Smith’s website, www.animaltalk.net. Thank you for your interest in animal communication and for checking out Bear Dancing Dialogues. This bear is now dancing in the national parks.
All the best to you and your furry friends. And don’t forget to visit the national parks to find the places that can renew your soul.