Animal Messages

Interview with
Rose De Dan,
Lilou's Juicy Living Tour

The Pachamama Stakes: Race for the Earth

Tales from A Walk on the Wild Side and Windwalker's Message

What is Reiki? Audio

Reiki Master Rose De Dan answers your questions about Reiki benefits for animals & people.

Two Dogs

A story of animal communication and compassion

Connections

Quotes

"Then I was standing on the highest mountain of them all, and round about beneath me was the whole hoop of the world. And while I stood there I saw more than I can tell and I understood more than I saw; for I was seeing in a sacred manner the shapes of all things in the spirit, and the shape of all shapes as they must live together like one being. "And I say the sacred hoop of my people was one of the many hoops that made one circle, wide as daylight and as starlight, and in the center grew one mighty flowering tree to shelter all the children of one mother and one father. And I saw that it was holy... "But anywhere is the center of the world." — Black Elk, Holy Man of the Oglala Sioux

Little Black Kitty Synchronicity

This story originally happened in September, I just haven’t had time to post it until now.

Oh my gosh, what a day! Saw a post this morning at 9:30 a.m. on NextDoor where a walker reported hearing kittens crying last evening. She tried to rescue the two little black kittens she saw, but they ran away. She …Continue reading

Animals Are So Aware of Energy

Animals are so aware of energy. Recently I was telling my hair stylist about the anecdotes people have shared about their animals who listen to my monthly Storytelling for Animals and People which includes Reiki and shamanic energy as well as animal communication. How one cat family kept requesting replays of the audio to soothe the …Continue reading

Invitation to the Fountain of Lavender Butterfly Bee Tranquility

I love to garden, and as an animal communicator and animal shaman/healer I enjoy spending time in nature with All My Relations.

The large lavender plant in the back yard is currently in full bloom and is a beacon for bumblebees, honey bees and the rare butterfly. I revel in the scent of the lavender and the …Continue reading

Luna’s Choice: A Client Story

Note from Rose: I consider it an honor to be asked to serve and support clients with end-of-life issues for their animal companions. I feel incredibly blessed to have witnessed the loving connections between Joel, Brad, Astro and Luna, and am grateful that they agreed to share their deeply beautiful and personal journey with us all. …Continue reading

Crow Friendship

For several years my resident male crow was a handsome fellow I called Dark Wing. He was easy to distinguish because one wing had been injured earlier in life, and kind of drooped if he did not consciously hold it up. We had a close relationship as far as communicating went, but I got the impression …Continue reading

The Spirit Animal Telesummit: connect with Spirit Guides and Totems

I am excited to share that I will be a speaker at The Guardian Gateway Spirit Animal Telesummit—a FREE EVENT that will show you how to create powerful, ongoing relationships with Animal Spirit Guides in all their forms.

Twenty speakers come together April 24 – May 5 for two one-hour calls every weekday, and will show you …Continue reading

Manitou and the Mole Caper

I was hard at work on the Woodland Park Zoo photos for students of Listening to Zoo Animal Ambassadors when I heard the unique cry that my cat Manitou uses to tell me that he is at the back door and has a “present” for me.

Answering his call I discovered that he had killed a mole. …Continue reading

Turning Lost into Found: ReikiShamanic tips for missing pets

I frequently receive requests to help find a lost dog or cat—a service that I don’t offer as a healer/animal communicator.

However, I have had enough experience with lost animals both personally and professionally to be able to offer some general support and guidance for anyone that finds themselves in the nightmarish situation of not knowing what …Continue reading

Answering the Call of the Wild, Part 3

This article was originally written in 2009 and appeared on my old website as the third of a series of three entitled “Answering the Call of the Wild.” It feels like the time is right to publish them again. In Part 1 I struggled to understand what a wolf in the Woodland Park Zoo was trying …Continue reading

Answering the Call of the Wild, Part 2

This post was originally written in 2009 and appeared on my old website as the second of three articles. It feels like the time is right to publish them again.

In Part 1 of this series I experienced a strong connection with an old wolf at the Woodland Park Zoo. It felt like there was something he …Continue reading

A Walk on the Wild Side 2017 at Earthfire Institute

I am delighted to announce that registration is now open for the 8th Annual A Walk on the Wild Side: Answering the Call of the Wild 2017.

When: October 5-8, 2017
Where: Earthfire Institute Wildlife Sanctuary, Driggs, Idaho

This 4-day event offers participants the opportunity to meet highly respected wild Animal Ambassadors and participate in shamanic ceremonies with them.

A …Continue reading

Answering the Call of the Wild, Part 1

This article was originally written in 2009 and appeared on my old website as a series of three. It feels like the time is right to publish again.

What do wolves, chimpanzees, and trees all have in common?

It is not a riddle, not exactly. It was the challenge presented to me recently as an animal shaman and …Continue reading

Shamanic Dream for the Future: A Healing Ride

I awoke on the long-dreaded inauguration day of a 45th President of the United States (whose platform I do not support), with the joyful memory of a powerful dream.

I dreamt that I was going horseback riding with a group of people. Somehow I ended up on the lead horse—a mare—who I seem to recall was named …Continue reading

A Tribute to Orca Tilikum, Master of Splash

On March 11, 2016 SeaWorld announced that Orca Ambassador Tilikum was dying. The focus of documentary film Blackfish, Tilikum’s story helped raise awareness around the world about the plight of orcas in captivity.

Most Zoo Animal Ambassadors are well cared for and happy to be ambassadors for their species. And they are delighted when they find someone …Continue reading

A Wildlife Thanksgiving

It’s Thanksgiving Eve, and the aroma of the old-fashioned pumpkin pie as it bakes is heavenly.

As we all know, Thanksgiving is a holiday that traditionally involves physically gathering with friends and family, and the celebration of abundance in the form of good things to eat.

Earlier in the day, as I completed tasks in preparation for tomorrow’s …Continue reading

Animals As Spiritual Beings: Interview with Rose De Dan

Last week I had the honor of being interviewed as an animal expert by Dr. Cara Gubbins. The topic was Animals As Spiritual Beings, and of course I knew that I was going to be telling stories!

When I have an interview scheduled I sit down with my guides and ask: Which are the stories most needed …Continue reading

False (sadly): Buffalo did not stampede DAPL protest at Standing Rock on their own

Nothing would make me happier than to report that the viral story circulating about the buffalo showing up on their own to support the water protectors at Standing Rock was true—especially since what I teach is that animals have opinions about what we are doing in this world, want to be heard, and are patiently waiting …Continue reading

ReikiShamanic A Walk on the Wild Side 2016, Part 2

On October 2nd my shamanic allies, shamanic buddy/driver Charolette Anderson and I hit the road for 10 days of ceremonies with the land and wildlife of Yellowstone National Park and the Animal Ambassadors and attendees of A Walk on the Wild Side 2016 at Earthfire Institute. Here are some of the highlights of the second part …Continue reading

ReikiShamanic A Walk on the Wild Side 2016, Part 1

On October 2nd my shamanic allies, shamanic buddy and driver Charolette Anderson hit the road for 10 days of ceremonies with the land and wildlife of Yellowstone National Park and the Animal Ambassadors and attendees of A Walk on the Wild Side 2016 at Earthfire Institute. Here are some of the highlights of the beginning journey.

Day …Continue reading

Manitou and the Flying Jaguars

The day after sharing some lox during lunch with the flying jaguars (otherwise known as yellow jackets), I was relaxing on my lounge chair when I felt a pinch between the webbing of my big toe. Looking down I saw a yellow jacket, and now that he had my attention he inquired, “Lox?” Apparently the Rose …Continue reading

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