The Healing Power of Animals

Dr. Julia invites animal intuitive Sigrira Savitski onto Medical Girl Mystical World to discuss the healing powers of our animal companions. Sigrira explains the spiritual and energetic meaning to some of our pets’ behaviors, and reveals the roles animals often have in our soul contracts. 

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7 comments to The Healing Power of Animals

  1. ttottx at 2:37 am

    I walk in the door and one of the cats … or several… are in my face it means I need to put out food 😛 (17 cats and a dog here)

    I have a pic on my fb page somewhere of 63 lbs of cat on me. I think it’s Sith, Ying, Sam, Norl and Creature 😛 No wonder that poor chair kept breaking 😛

    All my cats are rescues excluding the ones (3) born to me. I’m told I’m a lighthouse beacon to them.

    Luckily I don’t get sick so helping my cats isn’t ignoring my own health. Broken bones don’t count, I was up under my truck fixing it a couple days after breaking my ribs 😛

    My cats all have different personalities, give and receive love and get to be cats here. It is like running a daycare though with their stuff going on and the little spats 😛

    Stripe went quadriplegic and passed last friday, May 4. My body whacked out over the weekend although I do have a very short grieving period.

    And it was nice to see Sigrira again as well 🙂

  2. Dr. Julia Spinolo at 6:45 am

    Hi there! Thanks for sharing your story. With all those fur babies, you have a lot of love and healing around you for sure. Love the comment about the cat day care–LOL.
    I’m so sorry to hear about Stripe–loosing our animal babies is very difficult. I’m sure his spirit is with you.
    I loved have Sigrira on the show. She fascinates me!

    • ttottx at 2:30 pm

      It seems that every time I exceed 16 cats I lose one or 2. I claim 17 but one is a wild cat, Skeeter, who may show up from time to time. At least I had him fixed so he’s not out spreading kittens around. I hear he’s having a good time though. Stripe says she’s going to hang out around me as a guide for taking such good care of her. Not particularly needed but I’ll take all the guidance I can get 😛

      The whole reason I ended up here was worrying about my cats. Humans can (or should be able to) take care of themselves.

      The dog? Maui was my mom’s dog and she passed last Sept. I got her in the will 😛 I lived with mom (and dad until he passed in 2010) helping out until she had a stroke and heart attack in 2013 so Maui was around my then 16 cats. They get along. I’ve got Maui’s weight down to normal and she can run and sort of chase cats again. She’s 13 so I thought I’d give her the last few years active again.

      I also volunteer with my local Humane Society. 🙂

  3. Dr. Julia Spinolo at 7:56 am

    I’m sure they all (animals and humans–alive and in spirit) are very grateful for you!

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