Trauma III

Nova Scotia is a lovely, peaceful province, hanging off the eastern edge of Canada. Getting there is a deliberate and often challenging intention. It's known for water views, lots of them, as well as whale watching, hiking, and picturesque cottages. While getting there is difficult, staying there is seductive

Pandemic


"The only thing we have to fear is fear itself."   FDR

 

These wise words from another time of International upheaval, threat, and loss, can still serve as a touchstone as we navigate a range of  events unprecedented in our lifetime.

Up to this writing, 20,911 people

Change

"Change is the only constant in Life."

Heraclitus

 

I used to say that I had to be dragged kicking and screaming into my future. I was no fan of change. That was a fear-driven way of being in the world. It was also a symptom of a victim consciousness.

I now see myself as the co-creator

Sorrow III

"There's a hole in the world tonight

There's a cloud of fear and sorrow

There's a hole in the world tonight

Don't let there be a hole in the world tomorrow"

The Eagles

 

Perfectionism

     Judging ourselves and finding that we come up short is endemic in our high-powered, fast-paced world.  We say things to ourselves that we'd never consider saying to a loved one. "Well, I blew that."  "What a jerk I am."  "I am hopeless." Harsh self-talk is an insidious and destructive

Grief II

Last year my life changed forever. I've joined that club no one wants to be in - one of my children died. My 36 year old son, Joseph, died of a brain aneurysm.

In the first blog on Grief, I noted some skillful ways to help someone who is grieving. The depth of the pain when grieving the loss of a child, including

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Trusting in the Wisdom and Compassion of Animals

About Us

About Meg:

My sensitivity, compassion, and thoughtfulness were born, through some mysterious alchemy, from a childhood that was unpredictable and often violent. I am drawn to careers that involve working closely with people, especially children, and their animals. 

My husband introduced me to the healing power of animals. Together we have been parents to 10 dogs, and raised two breeds over decades together. My first Airedale Terrier, Gabriel, was a dog with whom I had a unique bond, as he was my Service Dog. He was trained to help me maintain stability in walking as my balance is compromised by Multiple Sclerosis. 

One Sunday morning, as we were reporting to a conference, I received a text that Gabriel had gone missing from a trusted kennel. He had not been found by the time we were on the home stretch of the Interstate. It was us who found him by the side of the road. We had a few moments to weep and say our good-byes before Animal Control took away his body. We had some comfort from a miracle as we sat in the car at that roadside. A cloud in the distinct shape of an Airedale was visible through our windshield. 

I was undone by the loss of Gabriel. While searching for anything that could help make sense of him leaving us in such a sudden and violent manner, I came upon the Animal Communication school of Danielle Mackinnon. After five months of clear contact with Gabriel through one of Danielle’s practitioners, I signed up for an Animal Communication workshop. That exciting weekend led me to a year of intense study to add this skill set and offer it to you here. I am now a Certified Professional Practitioner of  Soul Level Animal Communication.

 

 

Credentials

 

 

About Noah’s Ark Now:

Noah’s Ark Now offers affordable Services to those who are grieving, feeling lost, or having problems or questions about the animals in their lives. It includes a regular Blog on some aspect of emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual healing.

I can help you identify obstacles to healing and assist you in getting on a path toward a better life situation, whatever your circumstances.

I will work with you to discover what steps will allow you, the client, to begin to create the life you envision for yourself.

In keeping with the spirit of Noah’s Ark, we can seek guidance from the animals in your life, who are here to assist you, loving you unconditionally. 

 

 

Everything I need to know, I learned from Noah’s Ark

  1. Don’t miss the boat.
  2. Remember that we are all in the same boat.
  3. Plan ahead. It wasn’t raining when they built the Ark.
  4. Stay fit. When you are 60 years old, someone may ask you to do something really big.
  5. Don’t listen to critics; just get on with the job that needs to be done.
  6. Build your future on high ground.
  7. For safety’s sake, travel in pairs.
  8. Speed isn’t always an advantage. The snails were on board with the cheetahs.
  9. When you are stressed, float awhile.
  10. Remember the Ark was built by amateurs; the Titanic by professionals.
  11. No matter the storm, when you are with God, there’s always a rainbow waiting.

 

About Us

About Meg:

My sensitivity, compassion, and thoughtfulness were born, through some mysterious alchemy, from a childhood that was unpredictable and often violent. I am drawn to careers that involve working closely with people, especially children, and their animals. 

My husband introduced me to the healing power of animals. Together we have been parents to 10 dogs, and raised two breeds over decades together. My first Airedale Terrier, Gabriel, was a dog with whom I had a unique bond, as he was my Service Dog. He was trained to help me maintain stability in walking as my balance is compromised by Multiple Sclerosis. 

One Sunday morning, as we were reporting to a conference, I received a text that Gabriel had gone missing from a trusted kennel. He had not been found by the time we were on the home stretch of the Interstate. It was us who found him by the side of the road. We had a few moments to weep and say our good-byes before Animal Control took away his body. We had some comfort from a miracle as we sat in the car at that roadside. A cloud in the distinct shape of an Airedale was visible through our windshield. 

I was undone by the loss of Gabriel. While searching for anything that could help make sense of him leaving us in such a sudden and violent manner, I came upon the Animal Communication school of Danielle Mackinnon. After five months of clear contact with Gabriel through one of Danielle’s practitioners, I signed up for an Animal Communication workshop. That exciting weekend led me to a year of intense study to add this skill set and offer it to you here. I am now a Certified Professional Practitioner of  Soul Level Animal Communication.

 

 

Credentials

 

 

About Noah’s Ark Now:

Noah’s Ark Now offers affordable Services to those who are grieving, feeling lost, or having problems or questions about the animals in their lives. It includes a regular Blog on some aspect of emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual healing.

I can help you identify obstacles to healing and assist you in getting on a path toward a better life situation, whatever your circumstances.

I will work with you to discover what steps will allow you, the client, to begin to create the life you envision for yourself.

In keeping with the spirit of Noah’s Ark, we can seek guidance from the animals in your life, who are here to assist you, loving you unconditionally. 

 

 

Everything I need to know, I learned from Noah’s Ark

  1. Don’t miss the boat.
  2. Remember that we are all in the same boat.
  3. Plan ahead. It wasn’t raining when they built the Ark.
  4. Stay fit. When you are 60 years old, someone may ask you to do something really big.
  5. Don’t listen to critics; just get on with the job that needs to be done.
  6. Build your future on high ground.
  7. For safety’s sake, travel in pairs.
  8. Speed isn’t always an advantage. The snails were on board with the cheetahs.
  9. When you are stressed, float awhile.
  10. Remember the Ark was built by amateurs; the Titanic by professionals.
  11. No matter the storm, when you are with God, there’s always a rainbow waiting.

 

About Us

About Meg:

My sensitivity, compassion, and thoughtfulness were born, through some mysterious alchemy, from a childhood that was unpredictable and often violent. I am drawn to careers that involve working closely with people, especially children, and their animals. 

My husband introduced me to the healing power of animals. Together we have been parents to 10 dogs, and raised two breeds over decades together. My first Airedale Terrier, Gabriel, was a dog with whom I had a unique bond, as he was my Service Dog. He was trained to help me maintain stability in walking as my balance is compromised by Multiple Sclerosis. 

One Sunday morning, as we were reporting to a conference, I received a text that Gabriel had gone missing from a trusted kennel. He had not been found by the time we were on the home stretch of the Interstate. It was us who found him by the side of the road. We had a few moments to weep and say our good-byes before Animal Control took away his body. We had some comfort from a miracle as we sat in the car at that roadside. A cloud in the distinct shape of an Airedale was visible through our windshield. 

I was undone by the loss of Gabriel. While searching for anything that could help make sense of him leaving us in such a sudden and violent manner, I came upon the Animal Communication school of Danielle Mackinnon. After five months of clear contact with Gabriel through one of Danielle’s practitioners, I signed up for an Animal Communication workshop. That exciting weekend led me to a year of intense study to add this skill set and offer it to you here. I am now a Certified Professional Practitioner of  Soul Level Animal Communication.

 

 

Credentials

 

 

About Noah’s Ark Now:

Noah’s Ark Now offers affordable Services to those who are grieving, feeling lost, or having problems or questions about the animals in their lives. It includes a regular Blog on some aspect of emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual healing.

I can help you identify obstacles to healing and assist you in getting on a path toward a better life situation, whatever your circumstances.

I will work with you to discover what steps will allow you, the client, to begin to create the life you envision for yourself.

In keeping with the spirit of Noah’s Ark, we can seek guidance from the animals in your life, who are here to assist you, loving you unconditionally. 

 

 

Everything I need to know, I learned from Noah’s Ark

  1. Don’t miss the boat.
  2. Remember that we are all in the same boat.
  3. Plan ahead. It wasn’t raining when they built the Ark.
  4. Stay fit. When you are 60 years old, someone may ask you to do something really big.
  5. Don’t listen to critics; just get on with the job that needs to be done.
  6. Build your future on high ground.
  7. For safety’s sake, travel in pairs.
  8. Speed isn’t always an advantage. The snails were on board with the cheetahs.
  9. When you are stressed, float awhile.
  10. Remember the Ark was built by amateurs; the Titanic by professionals.
  11. No matter the storm, when you are with God, there’s always a rainbow waiting.

 

 

 

 

 

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