Click on the photo to listen to this sweet interview. Emma and Mira interview me about Animal Communication and I do a live reading on Emma's horses Sterling.
I am excited to share about a new therapy I am learning about, called Neurofeedback. The treatment is primary for humans but I have seen some youtube videos of animals receiving therapy. It is on the cutting edge of scientific exploration. Sensors are placed on the scalp to measure brainwaves while the patient watches imagery on the screen. There is a feedback system so when the patient's attention fades the screen flickers. So one becomes instantly aware of one's thought process. It is very effective for ADHD, epilepsy, depression and much more. Very accomplished athletes use it to enhance their performance. I look forward to trying it in the coming weeks so I can improve my equestrian abilities. This is a very basic explanation, so if you are curious, look into it!
Usually at this time of year we are experiencing freezing temperatures and frozen ground. This makes riding outside very limited. But we have been having a lovely warm November this year. I even cantered in the outdoor arena. Each sunny warm day is a gift at this time of year. Feeling grateful!
I am so excited to read the this special issue of National Geographic covering Animal Communication. I think I am going to get really busy! I will write a review once I have read through the issue.
Teddy and I had a wonderful few days at Adult Eventing Camp in Chase Creek. The property is spectacular. There are fields and forests with jumps and obstacles as far as the eye can see. We went through water complexes, up and down banks, over ditches and logs and galloped in tall grassy fields.
I have been a Professional Animal Communicator since January 2016. I have been an animal lover and admirer for a very, very long time.