Now that he has had some time to settle in and had some healing of his own, Blue has started to take on the role of studio guardian and  healing spirit. His regal presence has been a comfort to the women visiting the studio. I knew as soon as I met him that he would follow in the steps of his sister Feats and take on this role.

I mentioned this to my vet and she said, "I worry about them in that role, like us they take on a lot of energy, but can’t verbalize what is happening." I honestly had not thought about that, but it feels right on. I told her that I often clear the energy in my studio with a mist of Clary Sage and that I would start doing that to Blue at the end of each healing session. I often forget to do it for myself, so this was a beautiful reminder.

Part of the healing journey is to allow old, toxic or unwanted energy to move through us. Our guides hold the energy until we are ready to shed that particular skin, therefore keeping our studios and healings spaces clear is important. My friend One Paw gave me some sacred sage and a feather, when we met last year to facilitate a wedding ceremony. My vet’s comment is a reminder to clearing techniques more often so my space, my heart and Blue are clear to be present for client creativity and healing.

3 Responses

  1. What an open-minded vet! I think extra clearing is a wonderful idea. We all often forget this and that sometimes are dogs need the extra help. Many of our dogs are great healers and can handle and know how to transmute energy, and Blue has some lovely energy! Sorry, needed to comment. I am a closet reader of your blog and find it lovely. You started to talk of my passion, animal communication, and of course, I had to put my two cents in. 🙂

  2. Ronni,
    WOW!I loved your site. Thank you SO much for commenting. You clearly have a gift and animals everywhere are so lucky to have healers like yourself, who can help their owners communicate.
    I am intuitive and empathic, but with my animal I can always wonder if I am projecting.
    How awesome! Everyone, click on Ronni’s site, it’s really amazing. You can find her in the inspiration list.

  3. Thank you Sheri! Such an honor to be included on your list.
    I think it’s hardest with our own animals because of that. I had a recent experience with my own dog companion, Foxy, where I doubted what I was receiving because I thought it was my own wishful thinking! And I do ac for a profession! Ack! (Little known fact among communicators–we have our own blindspots too. )