Hour 1 – John J. Higgins and Barb Adams, Week in Review
JOIN Barb and John as they discuss some of the top stories from this past week, including Robert Mueller’s first public comments regarding the Russian investigation where he refused to clear Trump of criminal wrongdoing.
Joining the show during the second hour is author and veterinarian Dr. Joanne Lefebvre Connolly. Dr. Joanne will be discussing her book, Animal Teachings: From Hayley’s Angels Methods.
How do we heal our planet and build a better world?
Dr. Joanne Lefebvre Connolly believes that by opening up to all the divine teachings of both animals and people we meet along our path, we can build happier lives and a better way of life for all of us.
In her book, Animal Teachings: From Hayley’s Angels Methods, Dr. Joanne hopes to open everyone’s heart and mind to improve our world and better the lives of all living creatures, one at a time.
We can all have a positive impact on someone else’s life by bringing more joy, hope and healing than we ever thought possible. Together, we can learn to care not only for the physical body, but also for the mind and the soul.
Connolly hopes her book inspires both medical and veterinary students to become better doctors and also guides the medical community and health care professionals in bettering the care for all patients, animals and humans. She also hopes her book helps serve as a guide for everyone reading it to take better care of themselves.
During the interview Dr. Joanne will discuss such topics as Why do we (animals and people) get sick? What are Animal Communication and Intuitive Medicine, and how much can they help you and your pet live better, with maximum health and happiness, as well as facilitate the transition into the Afterlife, with dignity and peace? Do animals and humans go to the same place?
Dr. Joanne will share her own journey and the teachings of animals on her path. Together, she believes, we can heal our planet and build a better and happier world through rediscovering our own power and how to use it selflessly in a global effort to help the world rise to a new level of energy and consciousness.
Dr. Joanne grew up in Canada and graduated from veterinary school at the University of Montreal in 2001. During her senior year of veterinary school, she completed externships at Cornell University, Tufts University, and Colorado State and Ohio State universities. Dr. Joanne was one of the few selected for a year-long internship in small animal medicine, surgery, and emergency at Michigan Veterinary Specialists. In addition, Dr. Joanne published a scientific and clinical study in the British Journal of Small Animal Practice.
After helping her beloved dog Hayley transition in 2007 in the comfort of her own home, Dr. Joanne was guided to create Hayley’s Angels Veterinary Services, the first home euthanasia service for pets in Southern Arizona, which she felt was Hayley’s legacy.
Dr. Joanne has specialized in end of life care and counseling for the past 12 years. She has helped over 10,000 families find peace and closure in regard to their pets’ illness and passing. She promotes intuitive medicine for the mind, body and soul; and guides families in tuning in with their pets, themselves, Nature and the Universe to make better medical decisions, prevent diseases and accidents, speed up healing, and allow for a peaceful and dignified passing. “Better living and better dying for all.”
Dr. Joanne is vegan and her life purpose is to inspire all animals and humans to live in balance as One with the web of life. She teaches how to reconnect with Source to awaken our dormant powers and passions to follow our life purpose. Along with her husband, Dr. Joanne rescues animals of all kinds and lives as sustainably possible. She has held seven (7) Compassionfest events over the years to promote “Caring for ALL animals, humans and our planet” in both the U.S. and Canada.
For more information, visit http://www.hayleysangels.com.
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