|Dr. Monica Diedrich
P.O. Box 6107
Anaheim, CA 92816
About Dr. Monica
In addition to private consultations in person, by phone or by e-mail, Dr. Monica also works in the community, offering 15-minute introductory consultations.
Using her intuitive gift, she enables her clients to participate in a dialogue with their pets. After a consultation, they're better able to understand their pet's wishes, needs, fears, behavioral problems, health challenges or end-of-life requests.
Dr. Monica feels her greatest gifts involve bringing physical, emotional, and spiritual healing to as many animals as possible, and teaching people, who have an especially deep bond with their pets, to communicate effectively with them, thereby improving the quality of their pets' lives.
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|An Animal Communicator is...
...a person who's able to carry on a "conversation" with an animal without using any spoken words. He or she then takes the picture information the animal "sends," and "translates" it into sentences, so that it makes sense to the animal's human companion.
|Here's how you can contact Rog:
835 W. Warner Rd. Ste 101
Gilbert, AZ 85233
about healing pets and plants
Greetings to all my dear friends and clients!
Now that I have put the final touches on the last book of my book series "For Pet's Sake, Do Something!" and made it available on my website
, I'm looking forward to spending more time with you!
I'm delighted to present this e-newsletter where we can connect with each other. It's a wonderful opportunity for me to share information about pets and healing, and to give back to every one of you and the pets who have given me so much joy over the years.
I believe in synchronicity and the Universe has provided someone who complements my work to better understand the whole of nature, not just our animals. I am thankful to Roger Wyer who has agreed to share with me in bringing you this e-newsletter "For Pet's Sake!"
Every other week, we would like to send you some stories, information, wonderful articles on how-to, and answer your questions. We hope you'll enjoy reading "For Pet's Sake!"
If you love it, write me a note
and let me know. I invite you to include your questions so we can answer them here. It's our hope to open two-way communication with you, just as I have worked to open up two-way communication between you and your pets.
Please join in the fun!
||From the Pet Bible|
I'm very excited that the third book in my series "For Pet's Sake, Do Something!" is now available
. It's wonderful to hold it in my hands, and even more wonderful to imagine you reading it and applying the wisdom it contains to help and heal your pets.
My intention with the series was to share everything I could about helping and healing your pets. This final book, "How to Heal Your Pets Using Alternative and Complementary Therapies," stands on its own as a kind of Pet Bible. If there's only one book on your shelf concerning pet healing, I would want this to be it.
As I was preparing to write each book in the series, the two questions you ask me most often were with me constantly. "What can I do to make my pet more comfortable when he or she has to cope with pain, illness, or a chronic condition?" and "How can I improve my pet's overall health?"
I was able to consult with experts to make sure I'm providing the best information possible - it has been a great learning experience for me, as I'm sure it will be for you! In the book, you'll find chapters covering flower essences, essential oils, homeopathy, magnetic therapy, massage, reflexology, sound and color, crystals, incense, acupuncture and acupressure, chiropractic, and hydrotherapy. Many of you have experienced the relief these methods bring humans and wondered if they could also help your pets. The Pet Bible tells when and how to use each - and when not to.
Book Three also includes chapters about pre-test remedies, how pets age, making your own first aid kit, first aid for emergencies, and poison-proofing your home. I also write about providing for your pet's future if you're no longer around, and my favorite topic: communicating with pets!
I hope you'll take a look inside my book and see all of the exciting ways we can improve the lives of our pets.
||Dr. Monica's Story|
I often say that healing can be accomplished through communicating with our pets at an emotional level, with only a little understanding needed.
A new client called regarding her horse, and as a good neighbor also paid for a consultation for a lonely, difficult horse living in the same barn. Her horse didn't like his neighbor - my client wanted to know why.
I usually do not talk with pets without their owner's consent. But in this case my client really wanted to 'fix' whatever was bothering "Good Boy." She told me his owner was a friend of hers who didn't believe I could help her depressed horse.
My client and her horse live in Argentina. I have never visited a stall in Argentina, nor have any knowledge of how things are done there. But I knew what the horses were telling me and quickly learned about how sad Good Boy was, and why. We needed to change things and fast. Even though he had no physical illness, he was loosing his will to live. He felt lonely and unloved.
In our conversation Good Boy volunteered information about how undignified he felt. After winning many trophies in his young life, he was now doing lowly work as a hired ride for beginner riders. He complained about his owner not talking with him and about never being caressed. When I asked my client why this was so, she said Good Boy often bit people and refused to be touched. He had completely forgotten how to behave. As I often find, the misunderstanding was coming from both sides.
My client's horse, Camaro, also received and understood the pictures I was getting from Good Boy. He realized that what Good Boy needed was a friend. Even though Good Boy had tried to bite him on several occasions, he set out on his own to be friendlier.
After our third session, my client sent me this wonderful picture of the two of them together. Camaro insists on visiting Good Boy, stopping by his stall and saying hello every day when he is taken out on his walk. Good Boy is a different horse now. He enjoys his human, who now showers him with love and praise. His riding work with beginners has been put on hold and he now enjoys and looks for treats and love when people stop by to talk to him and remind him how handsome he still is at 18 years old.
Good Boy's last comment to me, "It's nice to have a friend," reminded me once more that healing can be as simple as someone smiling at you or wishing you a good day.
Our idea for this e-newsletter is to involve you as we create it. We want it to be exactly what you're looking for in your mailbox. So please, let us hear from you!
We also want it to speak for us - in our own voices - sharing our ideas and what we're learning in this great adventure of working with your pets.
In order to make this work financially, we're looking for several co-sponsors. We would like to open our e-newsletter to them, to share their ideas along side ours. If you are interested in joining us as a sponsor, or know someone who might be, please email me
. This is an opportunity to expand our "team" a little bit and bring more love and support to you and your pets.
Thank you for helping us make this e-newsletter the best it can be for all of us!
My editor forwarded an e-newsletter to me, advising me that the writer and I had something in common. I laughed to myself, thinking back to 36 years ago when no one even knew what an Animal Communicator was. And now a like-minded person is going to connect with me through a common friend - by e-mail no less?
I was wrong, Rog is not an animal communicator at all, but he does 'talk' with nature and in his way he communicates too.
I read his e-newsletter with interest and then visited his blog. I laughed again at his funny way of poking fun at what he does and, by extension, at what I do. He calls his blog "Woo-Woo Wellness
" and I could almost picture him shaking his hands as he says out loud the words "Wooooo- woooooo!"
I liked his humor and I loved his writing. It occurred to me that you would love him too.
I asked him to share his wisdom with us, and he was only too happy to do so.
I am a Tree by Roger Wyer
When I was a landscaper, I figured out it's a lot easier to work with Nature than against Her. That seems pretty obvious, but it's highly counter-intuitive in a field like landscaping, where the apparent goal is to shape Nature into exactly what you want it to be.
During this period, I read an interesting book about the Findhorn community. It opened my eyes to a whole new way of seeing gardening. By this time I was already defining landscaping as "three-dimensional living art." At Findhorn, community leaders tapped into Source to guide their art.
There's just too much writing and evidence about Nature Spirits to ignore or write off their existence. Call me an English major if you like, but those old poets did have a hot line to something of value that many of us seem to miss in our daily lives.
When I moved to Gilbert, Arizona, I left behind my personal Ĺ-acre botanical garden, which I had been working in and on for more than twenty years, and started over with a clean slate in a tract subdivision. I decided to ask the Nature Spirits for help.
In less than four years, I find myself once again living in a botanical garden - one of peace and joy. This time, I'm amazed at how little time, energy, and money went into it - remember, I used to do this work professionally, so I've done more than a few designs and more than a few estimates.
This time, I simply follow the guidance of the Nature Spirits.
And, this sets us up for healing plants. Plants want to be healed. Nature wants to cooperate. The knowledge and information is "out there." It's up to us to listen and follow.
||Q and A|
|Q: I've heard reflexology is a powerful healing tool for pets and would like to try it on my dog Rusty, but he won't let me touch his paws. What can I do?
Dogs can be very responsive to reflexology. If we catch a condition early, a single treatment may eliminate it. Here's a bit from the chapter on reflexology in my latest book:
"Many animals are very sensitive about having their feet touched under any conditions. At first, they'll automatically pull away, even when no pain is involved. They need time to discover that good things happen when you touch their feet, and the need to learn to trust you.
If you get your pet as a puppy, it's important to begin right away to gently touch and hold its paws several times a day so the puppy becomes used to the feeling. If you adopt an older dog, he or she can also become accustomed to having the paws touched regularly, though it may take a little longer."
This chapter contains a lot of additional ideas and details to point you in the right direction. Keep at it - Rusty will be glad you did!
It's a blessing to feel connected to all of you again. Let's stay in touch!