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Jessica Montañez of The Holistic Being to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

MINOT, MAINE, UNITED STATES, March 19, 2018 / -- Jessica Montañez’s goal has always been to deepen and strengthen the connection between animals and people.

Montañez is an animal communicator, healer, spiritual and holistic wellness coach and the founder of The Holistic Being, where she offers holistic and spiritual well-being services for animals and their people.

“This work is about giving the animal a voice,” says Montañez. “For me, it’s a way to help animals live the best possible life. If their owners and their handlers and their veterinarians can really understand them, their life is going to be better. You want to be able to understand them and honor them the same way you would a family member.”

According to Montañez, communicating with animals is something we do naturally when we're children. It's not until we learn how to talk that we discover animals cannot talk back to us. Montañez discovered her gift at an early age when a local equine veterinarian recognized her intuitive ability to share the thoughts, emotions, energy, and physical sensations that the horses were experiencing. Over the years she continued to hone those skills and pursue training in various holistic healing modalities.

Montañez works remotely with animals–dogs, cats, horses, birds and even a few reptiles–all over the world, communicating telepathically with the animal.

“I do my work through meditation, so it's dialing in and being on the same channel with the animal, so I can receive messages, sensations and imagery,” explains Montañez. “I explain in great detail everything that I see and capture. It’s like reading a really beautiful story about your animal while also getting the answers you need to understand your animal companion on a deeper level, including gaining clarity on their behaviors, desires, and symptoms.”

And because animals are natural sponges and empaths, they are our greatest teachers. They can show us what's going on inside of us through their behaviors and actions.”

“I’m proud of the understanding I can bring,” says Montañez. “For me, what keeps me doing this work is knowing the difference it's made in their lives and in their pets' lives.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Jessica Montañez in an interview with Doug Llewelyn on March 20th at 11am EST.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio.

If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

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