Pamela Revercomb ~ Soul Level Animal Communicator® and Soul Level Intuitive Coach®

It all started with the animals...

I grew up on a dairy farm in upstate New York—surrounded by animals: cats, dogs, horses, cows, pigs, chickens and many others. I’ve always talked to animals and believed they were listening. 


                                                                  Me at 6 months old!

 

I was especially intrigued with the feral cats who wintered in our barn—often left abandoned by the side of the road. I could sense their apprehension, and I’d spend hours trying to connect with them and gain their trust. I learned a lot from these animals, just by watching them interact with the world. More than anything, they taught me about unconditional love.


Over the years, animals continued to teach me lessons and offer sage advice. Yet, some behaviors are bewildering. My cat Twig, started delivering Ziploc plastic bags around the house 10 years ago. Of course, I tried to figure it out. It seemed like a game because I'd put the bags away, and she'd deliver them again the next day. Sometimes she'd drop the bag, look at me and scoff, and walk away. (If you know anything about cats, you know they can scoff.) I knew there was a message, and I wasn't getting it.

If someone sends you a message in Morse code, you might be able to receive it. But until you learn Morse code, you will not be able to understand it. With Twig, I needed to connect on the same "channel" to receive what she was sending. So, I learned how to use my intuition to connect with animals. 

During the courses, I did practice readings with other students. It's difficult to read your own animal, so I had a practice partner ask Twig about the Ziploc bag deliveries. Twig's message was actually so direct, it was embarrassing. The bags related to a project I started after my parents passed on. I'd sort through boxes of family "heirlooms", and put things in separate Ziploc bags for my siblings. I abandoned this project in 2011, and this dear cat continues to remind me daily to get back to work.

I love working with animals in this way. It is especially rewarding to share the animals’ point of view. People reach out to me when their animal is acting out or exhibiting unusual behavior. They are looking for answers. Animals are as unique and complex as humans, and I never know why they do what they do until they choose to share it with me. I continue to learn every day by connecting with animals and taking in all the wisdom they’re willing to share. And when they do, what a gift it is for their human!

Speaking of those humans, here's why I became an intuitive coach...

My desire to become a certified Soul Level Intuitive Coach® came about because of things I learned from doing the intuitive animal readings.  A person comes for a reading because their animal is doing something out of the ordinary.  The person is concerned because they can't figure out what's going on and hope I can find out.  I start the reading by making a brief connection with the human - to get the gist of their personality and relationship with the animal.  It lets the person know they are an integral part of the reading.  It's a shared experience. 

During the reading, the animal shares the purpose of their behavior.  It might be about something physical that's going on with them, and the human needs to take their animal to a veterinarian.  Other times, it's the animal's way of reminding their human about a life lesson they are already working on.  Here's an example:

A client wanted me to find out why her dog would interrupt her when she was trying to work at her desk.  The animal showed me he did this when he was upset with the way she was talking to herself - both out loud and in her head.  The client seemed surprised about this, so I asked the animal to elaborate.  He was trying to get her to notice when she said negative things about herself, and how it made her feel.  He wanted her to know he appreciated and loved her unconditionally.  He was simply reminding her to work on her own life lesson of finding value in herself and knowing she is lovable. 

Many of my readings were similar:  the purpose of the animal's behavior is directly related to a commitment to help their person with one of their life lessons.  It seems like an "Ah-ha" moment for the client... but not really.  They admit it is something they need to work on, and are surprised their animal is aware of it and wants to help.  

After most of these readings, the animal is clearly relieved. The human now knows why her dog does those things, and that he wants to help in any way he can.  The human is touched by her animal's love, and grateful the reading allowed them to communicate so clearly.   But sometimes, clients feel like there is no way to make things better.  One client put it in words: "OK. Here I am with this wonderful dog who loves me, and is trying to help me.  And I want to work on this stuff.  I just don't know how to do that."

That is why I decided to become a Soul Level Intuitive Coach®.  Working with my guides, I offer support for clients who are tired of listening to their own negative thoughts and beliefs.  They feel stuck not knowing what to do about it.  With Soul Level Intuitive Coaching®, you learn how to redirect your negative thoughts and energies in a positive direction. Then maybe your dog can take a break from the cartwheels he's been doing to get you to notice he's there to help!

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I like being with my family, learning new things and new stuff about old things, preparing and eating food, singing close harmony, playing ragtime piano, dancing in my kitchen (well… anywhere, really), reading, watching TV (mostly History, Science, Science Fiction and Animal Channels), Netflix , living in the woods with the wild animals and growing up on a farm, plants and growing things, walking, Cape Cod, stormy weather, psychological aspects of astrology, snowmobiling, driving (anything from lawn mowers and tractors to fast cars), watching people, laughing about things, water color painting, making my own bread, riding my horse and hanging out in the barn.

Here I am with my sisters on top of a wagon full of silage, with Tuli (English setter) and Nimrod (the barn kitten I'm holding).  Be sure to check out my Photo Story Blog for a story about the kitten in this photo and other life stories with different animals.

Other Interests and Possibly Amazing Talents
Certified “Touch for Health”  Practitioner

Competitive Synchronized Swimmer

Last but not least (drumroll, please): The very special ability to write upside down and backwards - in script - with both hands at the same time and starting from the same point.

If you are interested in my education and previous work experience, click here: Education, Work Experience Info

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Phone: (315) 655-5971 (H); (315) 447-2718 (cell/text)

email Addresses:  pamela@pamelarevercomb.com; zorbetta@twcny.rr.com 

 

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