‘I ditched bar work to follow my passion of talking to pets beyond the grave’

A bartender turned dead pet psychic has said she quit her job so she could pursue her dream of being a full-time communicator with those beyond the grave.

Lizzy Adams, 36, believes she has a special gift that allows her to speak to animals, the "bizarre" conversations coming quite suddenly when she found a friend's horse speaking to her.

This conversation with the long-faced ride marked a turning point for Lizzy, who decided that her "visions" should be pursued, MEN reported.

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She said that her journey began in her early 30s, right around the time the horse whisperer began suffering from poor mental health.

Since then, she has turned her attention to the healing potentials of reiki, a Japanese technique of stress reduction that involves placing hands all over the body.

Such a technique works on people as well as animals, Lizzy has said, and she appears to have a calming effect on animals, recalling one time she treated a friend's horse.

She recalled: "I would see images and have different visions. I would feel different things depending on the animals; they would say words or phrases so I’d pick up on these types of things too.

"I’ve had a gift since I was a child. I was able to see people that had passed over. I created a fear with it because at the age of seven, I didn’t know how to deal with it. I blocked it out."

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Knowledge of her gift has since spread, and she managed to quit her bar job to set up her Animal Psychic and Meditation Coach where she claims to be able to get owners in touch with their dead pets at £40 a session.

She said: "It was incredible to know I have this connection. I believe I have it because growing up, my life was traumatic and turbulent.

"I would go off and spend my days sitting with horses or just being around animals because I felt safer with animals than people. Now I’m able to do that – I can let people know their animals who have passed over are OK.

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"Knowing I’ve gone out to help an animal that has anxiety or stresses or trauma and being able to help them alleviate that is incredible for me.

"I feel overwhelmed because it’s an amazing thing and I’m able to do this remotely. I can talk with people all around the world.

"I’ve been lucky enough to have all sorts of animals – dogs, cats, horses, cows, chipmunks, tortoises, rats and guinea pigs. No animal is too big or small for me."

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