What should I do to prepare for my session?

Make a list of all the questions you are interested in exploring with your animal(s).  You can ask them about their likes and dislikes, their aches and pains, their feelings, and more.  Specific questions (e.g. do you like this food?) are easier to answer than open-ended questions (e.g. do you have anything to say to me?)

At the time of your session, you should find a quiet room, free of distractions, where you can fully concentrate on the call.  This is an invitation to be completely present, so please turn off the television, and tell other family members you need quiet, uninterrupted time.

Give yourself about 5-10 minutes before your session to slow down, take some deep breaths, and quiet your mind.  Release any expectations about what you *want* to hear; sometimes the animals tell us what we *need* to hear!  Be open to all possibilities.

Your animals do not need to be in the same room with you at the time of the call.