Contemplation with a Spirit Guide (Pony)

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"My Little Huckleberry" ~ Finn

"To be one’s huckleberry — usually as the phrase 'I’m your huckleberry' — is to be just the right person for a given job, or a willing executor of some commission." www.worldwidewords.org

Finn is "my little huckleberry" and he'll be yours too, if you'd like!

He refers to himself as a Spirit Guide (Pony) and he will happily join you in conversation and guide you in spiritual contemplation.

If you would like to include Finn in your Listening session with Kali, please mention so when scheduling your appointment. If you would like to include Finn in your thoughts and meditations, please feel free to do so at anytime. You can use his photos to familiarize yourself with him. You will recognize him in your thoughts, as he is wonderfully wise, always insightful and very direct. He asks that you do not expect him to beat around the bush or be anything but matter-of-fact, as he prefers honesty and integrity of words.

Finn sets off boldly, going straight to your heart, to quickly bring to your attention those things which require more contemplation. In response to those who ask, "how does he know so much about me?" he speaks of love, purity of heart and mind, and of the utmost faith in the Creator. Finn converses freely and with pleasure.

Wondrous Words of Wisdom from Finn


  • "Ask yourself what you Have. Ask yourself what you Want.
    Now you have everything you need ... Perspective."
  • "We each have plenty to offer to someone who has something to offer to us."
  • "Take compliments more seriously, criticism not at all,
    and leave judgment to someone else."
  • "Some things are as close or as far away as you know they are."
  • "If you open your heart today to everyone,
    someday someone will thank you, and everyday You will thank God!"

 

 

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"Recognize Yourself"

rec•og•nize - [rek-uhg-nahyz]
–verb (used with object), -nized, -niz•ing.

  1. to identify (yourself) as something or someone previously known.
  2. to know (yourself) from past experience or knowledge.
  3. to perceive (yourself) as existing or true; to realize (yourself).
  4. to acknowledge (yourself) as the person entitled to speak at a particular time.
  5. to approve of or appreciate (yourself).
  6. to show awareness of (yourself);
  7. to perceive or show acceptance of the validity or reality of (yourself).

 

"Always do right. This will gratify some people, and astonish the rest." ~ Mark Twain

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* Information shared during a listening session and any recommendations or suggestions offered are always done so under the assumption that the client has previously consulted their veterinarian or regular health care providers to attain a formal diagnosis. The information provided is not intended to be a replacement for traditional veterinary treatment, or a medical diagnosis for illness or injury. I cannot accept responsibility for the practical application of any suggestions offered. I can however, graciously accept all gratitude.