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    He's a Dog Shaman?


    I just did a little googling... you know, to confirm a hunch I've been having.  But I couldn't find anything on 'dog shaman'.

    However... I'm pretty sure that I have all 10 boxes checked on the 'are you a shaman' magazine test.  A small exception is that instead of talking to ghosts... I talk to dogs.

    The dog is 'my vehicle' and I use it to participate in the global awakening currently happening on our planet.    
    I wasn't born a dog Jedi... but  10 years ago I trusted I should just do what I love and have faith that the universe will take care of me.

    My love has led me on a path unleashing my unique dog training tricks.  One of them is that I use emotions (ours and our dogs) as a tool to control their behaviour and train them.  Unconscious emotions reinforce bad behaviour... Certain conscious emotions create a very clear way to say ‘No’.  

    Long story short... Applying my jedi insights with a little wisdom and some conventional training tricks is a million times more effective than regular training.  It actually creates change.

    So here I am... offering you something new... Think of it like an in home consultation.  I come over for one hour and I'll tell you what your dog tells me. You tell me how you wish your dog would behave...and the process of change begins.

    Is this crazy?


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