Lisa has been an Animal Communication Specialist, Reiki Master and intuitive counselor since 1990. She sees clairvoyantly and decodes
images from animals telepathically through both in-person and distance readings, detecting an animal's needs, desires, and physical issues
that may not be readily apparent to his/her human companion. For the past 21 years, she has worked with creatures ranging from hamsters to
horses, skunks to donkeys, solving communication problems between animal and human companions, from simple daily issues to the greater
concerns of illness and assisting with transition from this plane, to helping locate lost animals on the other side of the continent. Another of her
specialties is communicating with animals who have departed, which provides much comfort to the grieving humans left behind. Her work
has been featured in The Miami Herald, the Sun Sentinel, and on WSVN and WPLG, and WIRK in South Florida, and on Bloomberg
She uses her hypnotherapy certification to teach meditation, visualization, and intuitive development. Her classes and workshops include
Communicating with Animals, Reiki I, II, and III Certifications, Basic Animal Communication, Chakra clearing and balancing, Right -Brain
Writing Strategies, and Intuitive Tarot.
A lifelong student, she earned a graduate certificate in Loss and Healing from St. Thomas University, where she's completing a second MA. in
Pastoral Ministry, and she holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Brooklyn College. Her poetry and curriculum materials have been
published in various literary magazines and educational journals both in print and online, and the research workbook she co-authored is now
in its second edition.. As an English professor at Miami Dade College, she has been awarded two Endowed Teaching Chairs and recently
inaugurated the North Campus Center for Inner Peace, which brings holistic and spiritual programs to students, staff, and faculty.
She is currently a Hospice Chaplain intern in Fort Lauderdale.
As a regular practice she donates her services for the benefit of humane organizations, locally and nationally, and recently volunteered as a
Reiki practitioner and grief support facilitator with Vitas Hospice, where she is currently in a chaplaincy training program.
She is annterfaith minister ordained through The Universal Brotherhood Movement, Inc.
She lives in South Florida with her three dogs and her soul mate, a Severe Macaw, and is grateful for all her teachers on the path.
excerpt from Reikidogs.blogspot.com
read clairvoyantly. Once in a while I hear words. My technique is to stroke or hold the animal and enter a meditative state where I receive the information through visions. If
the human companion has specific questions, I actually ask the animal and wait for an answer, but often, as was the case during most of yesterday's readings, the people
just wanted to hear what their dogs wanted to reveal. And eager to finally be heard in this way, dogs almost always leap at the opportunity to share this usually hidden part
Holding a yellow lab in my hands, I closed my eyes and saw growths or lumps, but when I opened them, didn't see these on him. It's always difficult to prepare the owner
for an upcoming health issue and I select my words carefully as I am not a medical consultant and don't venture into unlicensed veterinary territory. "He is concerned about
growths or lumps that may be bothering him, so check him carefully as something may be emerging," I told her. She turned over both of his ears, exposing very large and
hard bumps in both. "Hematomas. He's having surgery tomorrow." If any of you reading this have any doubt that our animals are aware of everything happening to them
and us, dissolve them. The poor boy was just as worried as we are when we face a medical procedure.
On more than one occasion -- and this is a regular occurrance -- the dog entered the room, sat in front of me, and began kissing me, upon which the owner said,"Now that
is incredible. He never does that. Never." It's common with me. The animals operate on a higher frequency and understand vibrational energy, responding accordingly. We
see this all the time when our animals immediately distrust someone and display apppropriate physical reactions like growling or barking. This is the same principle, only its
positive opposite. The other reaction I see occasionally is the dog being startled by the rush of higher energy and not quite understanding it, creating distance between us.
My late friend Sandy had two dogs who reacted this way. Skylyr would sit very close to me and put his paw in my hand and ask for his reading. Nicky would cower in a
corner while his teeth chattered. Yesterday one little black dog went the Nicky route while his sibling was eager to share.
The day's highlight came from a friendly woman who sat beside me with an adorable shih tzu. I held her dog for about 20 seconds, closed my eyes and said, "You did or
do have another small one at home? A Peke" and she almost fell off the couch. "Yes! I have a Peke! Oh my God,this is amazing!" was her mantra for the rest of the
afternoon. She listened very attentively to the rest of the reading.
At the end of the party, the host entered and said, "This was great! You converted the one skeptic we had. All day, she was telling everyone, 'This is b.s. I don't believe in
this stuff ,' and then you told her about the Pekingese she left at home."
And this,blog readers, is the most significant anecdote because people like her -- even people who love their dogs -- are reluctant to accept them as spiritual creatures who
have missions to guide and teach us. When we (communicators) hit so accurately, it changes their perception about spiritual life, about who we are and about who they
are, and that is really our purpose.
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