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Recently, a client asked if there is a time frame to wait before communicating with a departed pet.
The answer is no.
Time as we know it does not exist in the afterlife. There are no clocks, no 24 hours days in linear form as we have here on Earth but keep this in mind:
The animals are usually in such bliss from the moment they leave their body as the nourishing love from the afterlife fills their soul. They feel exhilarated and limitless. They launch into higher realms and receive energetic refueling and can communicate immediately.
Some pets may want to explore their new environment and can be a bit distracted at first while others are content to reach out as soon as they can.
Humans on the other hand have a more difficult time after their pet dies. While you can send loving thoughts right away I recommend that you wait until you are emotionally calm and ready to bring positive energy to the session before you schedule a communication session.
Grief can cause mind-numbing pain to engulf us and that makes it difficult for messages to come through and very difficult for you to be open to receive. Grief shuts us down and makes it difficult to function on the simplest level. That heaviness from the pain of your loss can cause you to miss important messages that come through.
Departed humans souls are also quite ready to communicate upon leaving their bodies behind.
Keep in mind each soul is unique and some may be exploring the cosmos and distracted by the beautiful spirit realms.
There is no set time frame as time does not exist in the afterlife.
Each person is different each soul is different
To honor the departed in the highest and best way always bring calm and loving energy when you do connect.
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Karen is an award-winning animal communicator and best-selling author who specializes in pet loss and the afterlife. She has documented her journey with her books, 'The Amazing Afterlife of Animals' and 'Hear All Creatures'.
She also offers animal communication coaching programs for all skill levels as well as loving support and guidance for those struggling with the loss of a beloved companion.
Karen is the CEO and founder of Painted Rain Ranch, a non-profit animal sanctuary that serves as a final refuge for elderly, special needs, and abandoned companion animals. Located on a 30-acre farm in the Inland Pacific Northwest, Karen devotes her life to helping animals in need.
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