The 2-day animal communication seminar led by renowned animal communicator and author, Colleen Nicholson, was an outstanding and successful effort in awakening the telepathic abilities and in developing skills to connect with our pets and with Popcorn Park animals. It was a fabulous, mind-expanding experience and we would highly recommend this effort to other groups, clubs, and shelters.
If you would like to know when a seminar is in your area, just e-mail Colleen Nicholson or call her at 315-652-4964. If you would like to hold a seminar in your area, contact her for additional information. If you own a pet or you had one that has crossed over, Colleen gives readings which can be done by phone. She has authored the book “Crossing the Rainbow Bridge: Animal Journeys to Heaven” which can be purchased through Carp Cove Press by logging on here. To have a seminar for your group, to have a reading or to find when a seminar will be in your area, just contact Colleen as noted above.
Some of the animals that were read by Colleen helped the Popcorn Park Zoo staff to have a better understanding of the animals they care for. Click on any photo to learn more about that animal, and if you would like, how to help care for them through our sponsorship programs.
NYLA – “A Queen is some idea used for distinction, but I will tell you I had none of that until I came here. I now like to watch all who pass me by because I know I am revered here, and I know I’ll be fed at the end of the day. For this, I tell you (John Bergmann, Zoo Director) – Thank you”.
CHAMP - “I know I’ll one day leave here and be with my mom. I think of her all the time and I know that she is thinking of me. I appreciate all the kindness given to me”.
POCO – ”Poco! Poco! Poco! Come see me. Poco!”
Note: He loves to be seen but is wary of cats. He likes treats, but I think he is showing me he’ll save them for later so as not to lose face-time with people when they’re near him.
NEWTON – “People do not look at me like they do the others. Am I plain? I do not have milk”.
Note: He feels children like him but adults almost pass him by. He is very curious and loves to be spoken to.
SEVEN – “I like to be petted by little hands of inspiration”.
TRUDY – “I like carrots and cookies but not dirty fruit (with sand on it).
Note: These girls seem inseparable in that I don’t know which one is saying this: “It’s joyful to stand in the sun with the warmth on your back, a breeze in your mane and birds nearby. The beauty of the day is all around you, as is sadness. Which do you choose to see?”
OZZIE – “I think I’m going to be a very special pig. I think I’m going to be missed when I am gone”. When I ask Ozzie where he is going, he says, “Home. One day I’ll be going back home”.
CAGNEY – “What I like best about being here is it smells so different. It smells like good things: food, life and living. I have no sadness for being here. Thank you.”
PLUTO – “I don’t have problems now but I used to be very hungry. I could not see well and my neck hurt. I used to cry. I did not understand”.
LINDA BLAIR - “I don’t know what to tell you, sometimes I have to poop and it is loose. But I don’t have to do that often”.
Note: I get an unevenness about Linda’s balance at times. It seems to come and go but it doesn’t seem to bother her, leading me to believe she may have always been this way and doesn’t know the difference. She wants to tilt toward the left as it feels her left hand side of her body is heavier and lower than the right. She feels as if she’s floating on her right side. I’m surprised she does feel dizzy.
REMUS – “I was stuck. I was stuck in the tire by the hard wall. I cried. But I can move good now”.
Note: Remus tells me he sometimes can feel his missing leg, he feels his toes. He showed me being stuck in a spot where some large tires leaned up against a wall and where metal tipped over. A man helped him get free, but Remus would not let the man near him after that.