Finding out what my zoo thinks

I was introduced to Natalie Chan of Guardian of Eden through a friend recently.

Friend: Hey, what do you think of animal communicators?
Me: *scoffs* what? like people who claim to speak with the dead?
Friend: Wait wait, I thought that too. But my sister did it. And she said it was quite interesting. At the end of the session, her dog told her that it was worried about her because her head looked like it was in pain. My sister had a really bad headache earlier that morning! How would the communicator have known?
Me: Maybe she’s a really good social media stalker.

Nevertheless, it intrigued me. So, I googled. Not much came up, apart from Natalie’s Instagam and Facebook, but there was 1 blog post. This review/blog about the session made me really want to book a session. As part of my skepticism, I turned all my social media to private. Hey, I like to stalk people, so I assume others do too! :P

After my session with Natalie, I really do feel like I got to speak with my pets. I do think some bits were rather generic, however, there were bits (see below) that are accurate to the individual pet! Continue reading Finding out what my zoo thinks

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Finding out what my zoo thinks [full chat]

[22:30, 5/21/2018] Natalie Chan: Okie let me connect with Gin
[22:30, 5/21/2018] Clara (JP): 👌🏻
[22:31, 5/21/2018] Natalie Chan: First image he shares is of him walking and sniffing the ground intently, through the leaves and grass
[22:32, 5/21/2018] Clara (JP): probably autumn time, that’s when i first started walking him. when he was old enough. he loves the crunchy leaves
[22:32, 5/21/2018] Natalie Chan: He then shows an image of him licking his paw, and it feels like it’s cos he stepped on something
[22:32, 5/21/2018] Natalie Chan: Feels like it happens pretty often but he licks and off he goes again
Continue reading Finding out what my zoo thinks [full chat]

Ponder of the Night:     Creativity     

So, I’ve had this blog for a long time. And, a lot of the times, I kind of wonder what to write in it. I mean, to some point my rants and vents must get old and annoying… I read other blogs and have a sense of jealously; it feels that the words just come naturally to them. They make reading the simplest things so inviting.

I never really started this blog as a means to gain followers, no that’s not really for me. Though, there really wasn’t a “goal” of “theme” to this blog neither… That said though these posts will live on in 1s and 0s in the internet; and in years to come, I’ll re-read them again, or, a partner/friend/family might read them. So, deep down, I kind of hope that they are entertaining, have some value, not to give joy per se, but not to waste someone’s time neither.

I get rather jealous of the creative types. I feel that I have always been a realist, a rational brain, going for the logical answer. I started to provide content for a local free paper that is produced by the company I am working for. And it has been rather fun, I get to have a lot of input in the content and direction of the pieces – but I worry so much that it’ll be boring because I can’t come up with the fun exciting texts that you read in magazines. I work hard to put the content down, I wonder if the words and ideas just come naturally to that of the creatively dominant brain?

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