My “Love Affair” with Jade, the Bouvier Extraordinaire, started 1 year ago. It was love at first sight. Although I have been doing Animal Empathy most of my life, Jade was my first “Official Customer”. I only started my career as a Professional Animal Empath a few months prior to meeting her. I was invited to meet Jade by her owner Mary Giuffre and happily agreed to do so.
On the day I was to meet Jade, my mind was bombarded with thoughts. I didn’t know their significance, but I knew they were somehow connected to my meeting with Jade, so I wrote them all on a piece of paper, just in case.
When I arrived I was greeted by the friendly faces of Mary Giuffre and Paul Clark, but the one who was most excited to see me was Jade. She rushed towards me so fast that I got scared she would miss a step and fall down the stairs. During our session the conversation was lively and full of energy. It turned out that all the “messages” I wrote on My List were actually questions Mary and Paul prepared to ask me. Jade openly shared information and than patiently sat while I was explaining it to her Humans. While a lot was discussed, one thing became very clear, she knew she was getting old and was preparing for her New Journey, but she was very concerned about what would happen to her People, especially Paul. She felt he would have most difficulty saying “Good Bye”.
Jade was so excited someone was finally understanding all she had to say, and connected with me so strongly, that while I was driving home from our session she continued talking to me in my mind. Our conversation lasted well into the night, until finally at 3am I had to ask Jade to please disconnect and allow me to go to sleep. She politely granted my request. A few months later Jade agreed to give me a Video Testimonial about our session. Although the one who actually spoke in a Video was Paul, Jade behaved amazingly well through the entire shoot and was on top of every cue.
I wanted very much to visit her again, but our busy human schedules constantly conflicted. The past few months I was getting an increasingly nagging feeling that I needed to see Jade one more time before she went. I contacted Mary and Paul and planned to set up another visit. Unfortunately this did not come to be. On the night of April 7, 2010, I received a message from Mary that Jade was slipping away. The veterinary appointment was scheduled for the next morning to help her cross over. Mary was hoping I could convince Jade to cross over on her own. I promised to do my best and to pass on any information that I may receive from Jade in her final moments. Once again Jade and I talked all night, but this time she communicated mainly in images and her energy was very calm and peaceful.
Jade did not cross over on her own. At 10am the following morning she was assisted in doing so by her veterinarian. Mary and Paul were lovingly by her side. The reason Jade refused to go on her own was because she was fiercely loyal to her human family. Even though she was ready to go, she needed to be sure that Mary and Paul were completely OK to let her go, and the only way she could be sure was to let them make this final decision, so that they may have peace and closure when they said their final goodbye.
Here are some of the things Jade shared with me as she was leaving this world:
I could see her running around once again like a puppy, playing in a beautiful field with a Big Old Tree and tall green grass. The field was covered in wild yellow flowers and was full of butterflies. The sky was clear, bright blue. The sunshine was pouring everywhere and the air was sparkling with glitter, as if little diamonds were scattered everywhere. The air was chiming with pure crystal sounds.
An image of Paul creating a sun catcher from crystals. He looked very peaceful and had a big smile on his face. She loved to see him happy creating his art and wanted him to continue doing so.
Her favorite spot in the back yard where she would like Mary to plant a Pink Magnolia tree and place a little bench underneath it. She will sit there with Mary whenever Mary needs her. She said even though falling pink flowers create a mess, the petals will remind Mary of her, because she loves pretty pink things.
She said she will return as a Scottish Terrier or a Schnauzer, because they are small enough to hold and cuddle, yet look just like her and have nice pointy ears and beautiful bangs and beards to frame their faces.
She wanted Mary and Paul to know that she understood how truly fortunate she was. Her life with them was happy and she truly enjoyed it. She said if they saw a disturbed patch in freshly fallen snow in their back yard they will know it is her rolling around in it.
Her final gift to Paul and Mary was to find inner strength to say goodbye to someone they loved so dearly.
Her final gift to me was to allow a glimpse of what awaits our furry loved ones on the other side, see its splendor and beauty, and feel complete fulfillment, freedom and euphoria.
Thank you Jade! We will always love you!
Milana comes from a family of highly intuitive Russian women. As a young widow, her grandmother Ana fed three small children by reading fortune cards for soldiers during WW2. Because life in the former Soviet Union was very restrictive, Milana’s mother Inna was denied an opportunity to nurture and accept her own gifts and was unable to encourage or support Milana’s inherent empathic gifts.
Milana has always had very strong connection to animals. When reading them she literally hears their thoughts in her mind and feels their joy or suffering. She is also able to connect with pets who are no longer with us.
She ensures that the information received provides a well-rounded holistic approach to the animal’s well-being. Milana provides you with insight into your pet’s opinion about their own physical fitness, as well as their mental and emotional contentment.