Tuesday, August 21, 2018

4. What are his humans like?

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22 Responses to “4. What are his humans like?”
  1. Amy says:


    • daniellemackinnon says:

      Amy-for this answer, I would love for you to go back and ask Jackson if he meant emotionally cold or physically cold. Jackson lives in Massachusetts and we have had a few very hot days mixed with a few very cold days. You may want to get more info here!

  2. Alana says:

    Male and a female, 30ish, thin, conservative.

  3. Jen says:

    “Lovely. So much fun. They like to walk with me and play but we could always play more. I love to play. I’m here to make them play and enjoy fun and the outdoors. It is very important to have fun.”

    • Jen says:

      Wasn’t sure where to put this, but Jackson wanted me to say that he loves wet food. If he has to have dry food, can it be mixed with wet?

  4. Julie says:

    they’re fun, they like to play with me, and they like to hold me

  5. Belinda says:

    I see 4 human family members

  6. Marion says:

    I see a young male and a father figure. A woman who visits.

  7. brenda says:

    both work…..man wears ball caps…..I see the woman making supper and pup wants to play. He thinks they are too busy.

  8. Elizabeth says:

    A younger man with brown hair…

  9. Cole says:

    He wants some peace and quiet so he can sleep. He needs more time on his own. He wants to go in a big field and run around a lot too. He wants some more alone time from his humans and the other animals. In his alone time, he wants to go in a big, tall grass field and lay down with no one bugging him.

  10. Kari says:

    They like to cook and they wear water resistant hiking gear a lot. They are busy and active, always on the go. The woman has a lot of stress sometimes and the man is not there as much. There is a small child in the house – a boy. He gets a lot of attention

  11. Barbara says:

    Is there a one year old blond baby boy? Heh…

    After asking Jackson what the humans are like, the word “soft” popped into my head :)

    Oddly, so did the name Marguerite, which is my grandmother’s name so I’m not sure of that one.

  12. Julie Cefalo says:

    Busy/active household. Two parents, kids boy 4 and girl 6. Lots of activity and interaction, athletic/parents work, doggie day care being considered for socialization and exercise

  13. Joe Polivick says:

    I hear “tolerant, playful like Jackson.”

    I smell men’s deodorant; next, I smell bagels and cream cheese.

    I see an image of Jackson bouncing on a pogo stick :) (I loved that one!). Then I see an image of someone smiling.

    I get a feeling that silliness is all right wth them. They don’t mind.

    I hear the words “Action Jackson.” Is that what they call him?

    I see an image of a woman outdoors, dropping to her knees, clapping her hands together, and saying “Goooood boy!”

  14. Sal Birch says:

    Yesterday as I thought about Jackson, I felt that his humans were young in age. A young woman or a young couple was my first impression of who his humans may be…..
    I wasn’t getting that it was an much older couple who were for instance, replacing a pet who recently crossed over.

  15. Sal Birch says:

    P.S. Not sure what question to add this input to but…..for some reason, since the night I saw Jackson’s picture, and when I thought of him yesterday……..I kept getting the word
    ‘Winston’. I have no idea what that pertains to however.

    • daniellemackinnon says:

      That’s great Sally! Before being rescued, Jackson’s name was Woody (by his Foster’s).

  16. daniellemackinnon says:

    Few things about this question:
    1. Our expectations of what a family looks like often come into play and make understanding what Jackson is saying a little harder. For example, if you grew up with a single mother, your unconscious expectation of what a family is might be “one person” etc.
    2. Another thing that is always hard about answering this question is that in the psychic world, we receive info about something that we then interpret. For example, you may get the impression that the human is very direct or very alpha and translate this to mean male. Whenever asking an animal about his or her humans, it is best to ask many questions about them to have the most clear answer. For example, hair length doesn’t always determine gender–nor does wearing a skirt! So, be sure to come at the question from many different angles!
    3. Last, your intention behind the question also matters. If your intention is to use this question to ask for specific details about the human, then that is what you are going to get. If your intention is to ask how would he describe the personality of the human, then that is what you are going to get!

    There are two humans in the house–however Jackson is more attached to one of the humans, because the other just got a puppy too!

  17. Amy says:

    I did get cold as in emotionally. I meant to put that. Ater I sent it in I realized I should have mentioned it..

  18. Sarah says:

    They are very loving and cuddly. I am just getting to know them but I will be spending my life with them and that makes me happy. They are fun but there are restrictions that I am learning. [I saw someone with black shiny hair, I think males, youngish, in a T-shirt]

  19. Alexandra Hopkins says:

    The main person in my life is my mistress. She’s in her 20s or early 30s. She has long brown hair in a pony tail. She’s very pretty. She is lean. There’s also a young man around, but he isn’t so much a part of my life. He has dark hair and is also lean.

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