Liz grew up on a farm in rural Minnesota. At a very early age, she felt a warm and enduring connection with all of the animals on the farm… especially the dogs and the cats. “I don’t believe I was communicating with any of them, but rather felt a special relationship with them.” Of course growing up on a busy farm meant there was little time to think about what this all this meant – there was too much work to be done! But the feeling didn’t go away, it just remained dormant in the far reaches of Liz’ heart.
As time passed, Liz got busy with her life as a nursing student, then as an RN, wife and mother. It wasn’t until she took her first animal communication class with Asia Voight in 2002 that she would experience the familiar connection with animals resurfacing. Suddenly that feeling that was dormant all those years, was making its way to the forefront of her life. It was time to learn more about Animal Communication and whether or not she had this special gift of being able to talk to animals.
Liz studied Animal Communication with Asia Voight of Madison, WI. She also studied with Geri Ryan at the Assisi International Animal Institute in California. During her studies, she learned that animals live in the present moment and that it would be important for her to learn to do this as well. So Liz learned to quiet her mind, listen to the animal world around her and be open to anything she might hear. Animals can surprise you with their honesty and their ability to “tell it like it is.” It’s important for a communicator to remain non-judgmental when listening to a pet talk and share.
Over the past several years, Liz has talked to a many, many animals including: horses, dogs, cats, birds, an elephant, a hedgehog, and one boa constrictor! She has communicated with a wide variety of animal personalities, ages and issues.
Listen to Liz Morrison’s Radio Interview
- Full Radio Interview
Click Player to Listen: A great interview from 2013 with La Crosse Radio WFLN. Many interesting topics covered.
End of Life Issues
Liz specializes in working with people who are facing the difficult decision of helping their pet to pass. Even though we humans make the final decision, it is sometimes helpful to know what your beloved furry friend is thinking – whether he or she is ready to move on to the next life and is asking for you to help them do this. Liz can help by communicating with your ill or old pet. The process of euthanizing is still difficult, but knowing your pet is ready and wants you to help them die makes the loss a little easier.