Monday, December 24, 2018

Catmas Wishes - A Conversation with Coryelle

Have you ever wondered what your fur child is thinking or trying to tell you? Do you wish you could communicate with your feline (or other pet)? 


Truffle and Coryelle Kramer communicating during one of their video sessions

We've shared some posts in the past about our conversations with Coryelle Kramer, who is a Seer, Healer, and Animal Communicator. We've been amazed at the insight she's been able to share with us, so we thought we'd let her tell us about talking with the animals.


Since Truffle is the alpha kitty at home (and thinks she is in charge) and tends to talk to Coryelle the most, we thought we'd let her interview Coryelle. 



Coryelle: In a nutshell, Animal Communication is the ability to hear and speak with animals in the exact same way that you hear and speak to a human being. But it can be more intense because it’s done mainly through a telepathic and or an empathic connection. So you not only hear but can feel what the animal is trying to express and relay to you.



CoryelleWhat does it feel like? I LOVE the question no one has ever asked me that before lol. With Animals that I’m doing a session with I communicate with them them through a combination of a Intuitive, telepathic and empathic connection. Basically, it’s the same as when you do a reading with a psychic; they are connecting to your energy and jacking into you intuitively. This is the reason that I can connect to an animal no matter if they are alive or not, what I do transcends the physical world’s limitations.


How does it feel? Many time it feels great! It’s like no other feeling in the world for me, it’s being deeply open to another being and sharing their feelings, it’s helping them to express how they see the world, their life and their wisdom so that they can share it with their people. Sometimes it feels like the top of my head and the space between my eyebrows (known as the crown and 3rd eye chakras) are tingly and pulsing which makes me feel incredibly connected, peaceful and happy. Not to mention the satisfaction I get when I do a session with them helping them to express whatever it is they need to and helping their person gain more insight and knowledge about their animal companion, essentially making their connection even deeper. Now, many times it does feel great but there are times when being an empath can be physically challenging because whatever that animal is physically suffering from; I start feeling it as well. But then I’m able to gather the information as quickly as I can and dispel the sensation so I can continue to effectively do my work.


Coryelle: Wow that’s a hard one to pin down, there are SO many, I’ve been doing this for over 2 decades and have talked to animals (both wild and domesticated from across the globe); they taught me almost everything I know about the metaphysical world. So, the first one that comes to my mind would be a Chihuahua I talked with in spirit. When I connected to him he showed me him laying on his back on a blanket looking up and the stars (not something that usually happens right?) but I started to “download” his story (what I mean when I say that is, that it’s like a movie is playing in my head) I know when that happens that I’m VERY connected because there is no time for my logical mind to come into the picture, it’s just pure 100% information coming in. His story was that he adored his person and loved his life and lived it as intensely and openly as he could, but that he loved to look at the stars and that his person was always wondering why. And it was believed he was a Star Child (otherwise called a Star Seed) and that he came from the stars and that he returned to them when he left. Now I didn’t know anything about Star Child (what I did know you could put into a thimble) and I was terrified to tell this woman what I was getting because I was worried that she would think I was crazy. But then the Chihuahua told me “Your job is only to be the messenger for me to my person,  nothing else, so don’t worry and just give her what I sent you.” So I did and as soon as I started telling her tears came to her eyes and she started sobbing “We used to lay down all the time and look at the stars!” She said “I used to talk to him about being a Star Child!” That was the first time I ever did a Star Child reading for anyone.  I’m thankful to that sweet little Chihuahua to this day because I still remember what he told me “I’m only the messenger” in every session that I do. 

Coryelle and Mom Paula enjoying conversation at BlogPaws 2018


CoryelleYes, but what people should also know if that they are already doing it. Maybe not to extent that I am, but still through the love of their animals they are already connected to them. But the first real step to actively communicating with their animals is to quiet what I call the “squirrel mind”. Getting into the habit of meditating or quieting your mind as much as possible will go a long way in helping you talk with and more importantly hear your animals. Then taking a course in animal communication would be a benefit to them as well. Also become aware of the words that they use when referring to Animals, do you use the word “it” instead of “she or him”? This keeps us in a distant mindset of “us and them” which blocks the ability to hear animals clearly.


Coryelle: I dislike the word “owner” lol (sorry!) But that’s another word that keeps us distant from the Animals. To answer your great question, I would say that from my own cats I learns some very important lessons. When my heart cat PC (short for perfect cat) transitioned she taught me that having regrets about what I did or didn’t do (especially when it came to her passing) was keeping me in a state of blindness to what her WHOLE life brought into mine and what I brought into hers. She showed me that I was only focusing on a small, tiny part and giving it WAY too much power because my whole life with her I always come from a place of having her best interest at heart, but that at the end humans loss that certainty and become worried and stuck in regret. This is a lesson that is still very much a part of my work as an Animal Communicator, to help people stop living in regrets. The other lesson would be from my cat Socrates, he taught me a huge lesson in life journeys which I talked about in my FB live show the “Animal Experience” I would encourage your readers to watch  that episode because when I learned what he had to tell me, it quite literally changed my life http://bit.ly/AEepisode15.

Note from Mom Paula: I should have typed "pet parent."


Coryelle: Watch their tails; it will tell you a lot about what’s going with them and how they’re feeling, For example, if you're brushing your cat and her tail starts to rapidly swish back and forth that’s your sign that she's had enough and you should stop. They are more than likely getting over stimulated and if you keep doing whatever it is you're doing you may get a swipe of their paw because they are getting irritated.  Another is if their ears are turned back. This is letting you know that they are becoming aggressive, so back up and give them space. What I'll do if my cats are acting a little bratty, I’ll hiss at them. This let’s them know that I'm not taking any of their guff and that I’m the alpha.” They usually chill right out after, like they’re saying “uh oh mom’s mad!” LOL!

Coryelle Kramer communicating with Summer from Sparklecat, featuring Summer:
Therapy Cat and Kitty on the Go at BlogPaws 2018. 


Coryelle: Animal Communication has changed my life, I can’t imagine what my it would be like without having connected to Animalkind (it’s never boring that’s for sure). I did the “Animal Experience” show for the purpose to share all the wisdom I’ve learned from them with the world. It’s got it’s own channel on YouTube as well as its own Facebook page. Season one was 52 weeks and season 2 will be starting again in the beginning of the new year; I’m excited to share more subjects that I’ve learned from the animals. Animal communication is real, it’s not magic, it’s not me making up the things I hear (I don’t have that much imagination lol). Your Animals ARE talking and expressing just like you and me do. We have to get out of the antiquated thought that Animals are dumb or that they don’t have the brain capacity to be able to think, or that they don’t have feelings or emotions. It’s all a lie we’ve been told and we tell ourselves to feel superior or because we’re afraid that if Animals really COULD talk and understand what was happening to them that what they would say to us about their treatment, about how they feel about us eating them (they’re ok with it by the way that’s another episode I did) or that the prospect of them being able to communicate with us is just “too big” to comprehend. But it’s not. When you begin to talk with and listen to them you’ll find out things that will make you rethink almost everything you THINK you know about yourself and your life. I know that it certainly did that for me.

Coryelle Kramer contact information

We want to thank Coryelle for taking the time to talk with us about her experience communicating with animals. If you'd like to read about some of our communication sessions with Coryelle, you can visit us here and here

Mom Paula was pleased to meet Coryelle in person at BlogPaws 2018 and she felt she'd known Coryelle her entire life. We heard many wonderful comments from attendees about the communication sessions with the animals in attendance and through photos. Coryelle continues to talk with Truffle and Brulee and proved invaluable to us during their recent illnesses this past year.

If you'd like to let your pet (either on this earth or already at the Bridge) communicate through Coryelle to speak with you, she has some holiday specials until December 31 that you should take advantage of. We've already taken advantage of a discounted session because we know Mom Paula will need to know what we are saying again in the future.


Giveaway

We’re excited to announce that one of our readers has the opportunity to win a 30-minute session with Coryelle Kramer. No purchase is necessary. The giveaway is open to residents Internationally. Yes, you heard us correctly! This is open to our friends from around the World as long as you 18+ years, except where prohibited by law. The giveaway will run from December 24 – January 2 and end at 11:59pm ET. One winner will be randomly selected by Rafflecopter (powered by Random.org) and notified via email. Winner will have 48 hours to claim her prize; failure to do so will result in forfeiture of the prize and a new winner will be randomly chosen. To qualify for the giveaway, a comment must be left on our blog post (make sure you indicate you commented on the Rafflecopter app). Since this is an International giveaway, everyone will be required to answer a simple question before having access to the optional entries. Other entry options are available after a comment and an answer to the question is left.  Please check your email and be sure to add sweetpurrfections@sc.rr.com to your address book!  Good luck!


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27 comments:

  1. This is such a purrfect giveaway for this time of the year. Coryelle sounds like my kind of person and I'd love to win a session. Thanks and Merry Christmas Paula!

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  2. There are so many questions. Maybe how the cats will like the new house!

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  3. Sounds pretty darn cool to me too!

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  4. What a wonderful idea! Happy Holidays.

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  5. Oh my this would be so lovely to do.
    A very Merry Christmas to everyone and here's to a fresh start and Happy New Year!

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  6. I would love to ask her about Arty Mouse still miss her so much.~ Alasandra the Cats and Dogs

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  7. I think Mom and I have a special bond. I think she observes me and my behaviors a lot to better understand me. I do the same with her. She says at night time, she'll be thinking of me and then all of a sudden I'll hop up on the bed and curl up beside her. Winks.

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  8. I would love to win to communicate with my Angel Phoebe. I miss her so much.

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  9. What a wonderful giveaway ! Claire would love to have a conversation with Pixie ! Purrs

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  10. What an awesome article and a generous gift!

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  11. Coryelle, I was very touched by your responding to Truffles that a very important lesson you learned when PC transitioned was letting go of regrets about what you did or did not do when she passed and connecting to thre wholeness of your experience together. May I ask how does one begins to heal from living in regrets and how does one communicate to a precious cat who is transitioning or has transitioned one’s love and appreciation for the time shared? And does that relationship continue after the cat has transitioned?

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  12. We LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Coryelle! Lexy and I always love chatting with her and have the best time. And our mom says she's just a wonderful person with a beautiful heart. We're not going to enter, because we'd like to give someone who has never spoken to her to have a chance. What a great interview!

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  13. Coryelle is amazing!

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  14. Such an interesting post!! I just did a podcast with an animal communicator which was really interesting, and I shared my one experience when I had a problem with one of my cats. I'll tell you what, she helped!!

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  15. What a fun/unique giveaway! I've never spoken with an animal communicator and think it would be interesting to do so. I always encourage people to do what they can to communicate with their pets, even if it's just learning to read body language better. I do think our pets communicate with us, we just don't always know how to understand what they are 'saying'.

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  16. Wow! This was so fascinating and something I've always considered doing! I loved reading your interview questions and Coryelle's answers...if I could, I'd ask about my Gibson. <3 I love how Coryelle says we all communicate with our pets, maybe not the same, but we do on a level every single day. Fabulous post! And a really cool giveaway!

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  17. Interesting post and I would love to know how Baby is but in my heart knows she is safe and I feel more comfortable with that. I do believe people can talk with the spirits and admire them but am not sure I would like to do it.

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  18. I would love to know how my furbabies are feeling.

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  19. I have a friend who is an animal communicator and she has helped me many times. I love the Mom’s Mad comment - I do that too (I wish the mayhem brigade listened, teenagers, what are you going to do!

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  20. I'd love a session with Coryelle so I can tell her to tell my human to never get sick again! It blew, having her in bed for four days.

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  21. We've been working with an animal communicator for years now. It's interesting as the first two were quite a bust and I gave up on the idea. Then, Jasmine's physio vet mentioned one she knew ... what a difference that was. She's awesome.

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  22. You know, I think Daffy might have a lot to say and since I couldn't figure out the Rafflecopter thingy, she might never have a chance to say it. I think I'm getting some of her messages, especially when she bites me.

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  23. I have so many questions, but if I had to narrow it down to just one, I think I would like to know what happened to my dog that was lost (and never found.) Or maybe why one of my dogs hates my daughter's puppy so much and how to help find a better way to deal with her feelings.

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  24. This sounds like a very interesting giveaway. I'd like to know if Buckwheat really does get "lost" in our 2 story house sometimes.

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  25. wow, i have so many. i think i would like to know if my 2 gals are happy and healthy. if i could ask another question it would be to Harley, if she misses her older sister, Evie who passed away in 2016. Harley went into a very deep depression when Evie passed away. She was very much attached to her much older (9 yrs) sister. it would be nice to know if my girls loved me as much as i love them.

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  26. That's amazing - how wonderful to have someone who can share their special gifts for communicating with animals. They really do seem to have so much to say when we take the time to listen.

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