Karen Anderson

Karen Anderson, "America's Animal Communicator," brings you right into the hearts and minds of the animals in her new book, "Hear All Creatures". Although her abilities were revealed to her in early childhood, she perfected her skills through years of practice and determination. The animals with whom she communicates are her primary teachers and she continually draws upon their wisdom to gain a deeper knowledge of her craft. Now Karen is able to connect with animals both living or deceased, bringing messages of love, forgiveness and much needed healing. Mastering her intuitive skills as a Deputy Sheriff, Karen learned to trust her inner voice as she encountered life-threatening situations while on patrol. With special training in Domestic Violence and victims of abuse, Karen draws upon these skills to assist animals in need. A member of animal rescues since 1999, Karen has spent countless volunteer hours counseling and mending the broken souls of hundreds of animals. As the current president of the FPCA, a non profit animal rescue group, Karen is active in spay/neuter education and feral cat T/N/R, Trap, neuter, return.Karen now travels the world lecturing, teaching workshops and sharing her passion for this work with others. Karen lives and works in Elk, Washington, where she continues to be a voice and advocate for all creatures. Hear all Creatures! The Journey of an Animal Communicator is Karen's first book. Karen offers many different teleclasses and if you missed one don't worry they are downloadable. Just check the website under Events for more info.The only book I have written is "Hear All Creatures" I did not write the other books listed below, that is another Karen Anderson"




Кристина Байдебураhas quoted2 years ago
This means we “act” without allowing ourselves to fully feel, express, and most importantly, see what they are trying to teach us
b2355440244has quoted2 years ago
Write down as many details about this example or situation as you can. Don’t censor yourself. Write down what your mother did or didn’t do; what your mother should have done; what she shouldn’t have done; how your life would have been different if it had or hadn’t happened. Write it all down. Get the whole thing out of your head.
Pare it down to the bare facts, with no opinion or judgment placed on it. It might look like this: My mother said __________.
Ask yourself what you made it mean about you and write it down.
When you think about what you wrote in step 3, how do you feel?
Now list the things you do (or don’t do) when you feel that way. In other words, how do you show up in the world when you feel that way?
Describe what your life looks like as a result.
Sum up your story as briefly as you
b2355440244has quoted2 years ago
can. You’ll end up with something like this:
My mother said ___________. I made it mean that I am ____________. There’s a part of me that feels _____________ because _______________. And when I think about that I feel _____________. And when I feel that way I _________________. As a result, I ______________.
Drag & drop your files (not more than 5 at once)