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Spirits in Animal Bodies & A Little About Tiny Horses


animal brothers and sisters

Animals have souls too and are Spirit in physical form, choosing the body and experience that best supports their journey and the collective tapestry weaving and unfolding. I have always seen them as equals and one and the same as humans. In fact, they have been, and are, my best friends, partners, co-creators, teachers/guides and students, soul mates, and twin souls. As a little girl, they were all I felt most connected to and where I felt most comfortable being in their company.

I remember a channeler once looking at my aura and energetic field and saying how many animal spirit guides I had around me – more than he’d ever seen around someone and – and even my dear Laura sharing, long ago, that she’d never met someone who’s been an animal in past lives more than me (at least at the time that she shared this). ūüėČ

Needless to say, I love and get these sweet souls (as I know many of you do too and would share similar feelings and experiences) and know that they have much to teach us, which is why much of my life is devoted in helping to be a voice for them and their important messages/ways of teaching us, and helping people to recognize they are just like us – helping to look beyond appearances and feel into the heart and spirit.

Yes, stop judging a book by its cover extends to all books.

While I love them all, over time I’ve discovered the ones that speak most to my journey and are constantly around me (like rabbits, horses, butterflies, hawks, whales, dolphins, geese, tortoises…and others I wear on my skin as sacred tattoos). Although new animal spirit guides will wander in and out when needed and in cycles (like many of the ones I post photos of and share about in my blog and on social media, as they flow into my life).

And some in fact are my familiars.

I came into this life with a huge love for horses, likely because of my repetitive and transformative lives as one, but discovered this has been part of my integration and healing process that then has led me forward. And while horses will always be powerfully and soulfully connected, since there is that mirror of recognition and resonance, I’ve now moved into what I like to call the “tiny horse” realm.

This, of course being rabbits.

Why do I call them “tiny horses” you ask?

Well, because in fact they are more closely related to horses than they are to a rat or mouse, contrary to belief.

Rabbits are lagomorphs, not rodents, although do share similarities, but some major differences including their teeth and the fact that lagomorphs are herbivores, whereas rodents are omnivores so they have digestive differences.

There’s also differences in male reproductive parts, whereas rodents have baculum (penis) bones and rabbits do not. Humans, horses, cetaceans (whales and dolphins), and marsupials also don’t have baculum bones.

This may be one of the reasons rabbits are considered close relatives to horses because they both seem to have retained primitive traits from the most primitive boreoeutherian mammals.

Rabbits and horses have the same digestive systems, teeth similarities, eat the same kinds of foods, have similar behaviors, sensitivities, prey instincts, and body language, not to mention they are amazing mirrors for therapy work on so many levels. Their faces and heads can literally look like a horse too, minus the long ears.

If you know about horses it definitely will help you to understand rabbits, so no surprise of my own evolution with this.

And a new “tiny horse” is on his way into my life in just 10 days! Yes, I’m doing the countdown. It’s been a long, patient journey awaiting his arrival, due to our travels, but he still hasn’t been adopted and that means our connection has been solidified through our telepathic journeys.

Just two days ago I solidified things further by ordering all of his new supplies, gifts, and special herbal and nutritional items to make him feel right at home and fortified in well being. We don’t have much room in this small treehouse up in Lake Tahoe, so I couldn’t go all out as I wanted to with Faery bunny extravaganza, but he will have the best of nutrition and loving touches of which I can integrate in here to meet his needs. Will be tight, but full of love.

And in the one photo I do have of him, which is what drew me in in the first place, I do have to say he looks like a tiny horse for sure.

Excited for the journey we will share for however long is meant to be.

I will continue to be a voice for the spirits in animal bodies, especially through my magickal rabbit friends, as our Cosmic connection aligns most with my own.

New Zealand Now Recognizes ALL Animals As Sentient Beings!


This is a huge shift that will hopefully create a domino effect. The article shares:

The Animal Welfare Amendment Bill, passed last month, aims to make it easier to prosecute people in animal cruelty cases, as well as banning animal testing and research, and making all hunting, capture or ill-treatment of any wild animal illegal.

Animal rights activists have celebrated the decision.¬†‚ÄúTo say that animals¬†are sentient is to state explicitly that they can experience both positive and negative emotions, including pain and distress,‚ÄĚ said¬†Dr Virginia Williams, chair of the National Animal Ethics Advisory Committee.¬†‚ÄúThe explicitness is what is new and marks another step along the animal welfare journey.‚ÄĚ

To read more about this “landmark decision” and to review the entire Bill please visit:

New Zealand Now Recognizes ALL Animals As Sentient Beings!

Thank you Dawn for sharing this. YAY!

20+ Animals With Unexpected Colors


These are so uniquely beautiful! I’m personally really vibing with the Purple Snail – love snails and this one is so enchanting makes this faery want to ride its beautiful spiral shell, the Nicobar Pigeon – loving the rainbow essence that seems so like a painting and reminding me of my own paintings and my painting style, the Black Rooster Ayam Cemani – so mysterious and iridescently potent, the Blue and Green Parakeet – I have a soft spot for this one, as I used to have blue parakeet and my brother a green one, and here this one merges both, and the Regal Ring-Neck Snake – loving the vibrant colors and that amazing, magickal teal, wow!

Between these and Iceland’s amazing photos today, I’m feeling extra enlivened with inspiration, which is perfect for a brief painting spree of custom pieces I’m about to jump into here shortly. MMMM!!

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