What is Animal Communication?
If you’ve not ever worked with an animal communicator you may be asking, what exactly is animal communication? The broad definition of animal communication is the ability to communicate telepathically with animals of all types. It is sometimes referred to as interspecies communication.
Telepathy is the acquiring of information from another living thing (animals, people, etc.) through the transference of thoughts, ideas, feelings and mental images. Just as some people are born with various natural talents – the ability to sing or excel at a particular sport – similarly people are born with a natural ability to communicate telepathically.
For me, this involves establishing a telepathic connection with the animal by either being in the same proximity of the animal or over great distances through a photo of the animal. Once a connection is made, I communicate to the animal any questions that their human companion may have. I then relay to their human companion the response that I receive from the animal.
Over the years, I have successfully communicated telepathically with many types of animals. I have learned that animals communicate with a full range of emotions and senses and in the manner in which they are most comfortable. During my conversations with animals, some of them have chosen to communicate in the form of words while others have used images, smells, tastes and/or feelings.
Words are sometimes communicated to me so that I can convey the exact words that the animal wants me to relay to their human companion. Some animals have shared words that have absolutely no meaning to me but, I always relay the words exactly as they are provided. The words usually have a meaning to the animal’s human companion. It’s always interesting to find out what the animal meant by what they asked me to tell their human companion.
Images may be communicated to show me the animal’s current surroundings. This is very helpful if the animal is lost and I’m trying to assist the family in finding their missing animal by describing an area shown to me by the animal.
Smells may be communicated in order for me to be able to tell the human companion what the animal smells that they either like or dislike. This is particularly helpful if the smell is causing an allergic reaction (i.e. chemicals, perfumes, cigarette smoke, etc.) with the animal or if a missing animal is acquiring food from a particular type of eatery.
In various cases that I’ve worked on, the animal has been able to share particular tastes with me in response to questions that I’ve asked. For example, if the animal is being treated with a medication that’s leaving an unusual taste in the animal’s mouth, I will also be able to taste that medicine the same way in which the animal is experiencing it.
Finally, sometimes animals will share their feelings or emotions with me. The feelings and emotions that an animal is able to express are much like our own feelings and emotions. They can convey joy, laughter, dissatisfaction for something or love for a particular person in their home.
Another interesting point is that much like us, some animals can be very communicative while others are not. However, I have yet to encounter an animal that has declined my request to communicate with them on behalf of their human companion. In fact, most welcome it as a way to let their human companion know what their preferences are or, if they are not feeling well.
Animals use telepathy as their main method of communicating with each other. An example of animals using telepathic communication is when a flock of geese need to change their formation. The lead goose falls to the back of the line in order to catch the draft and rest. The other geese move up in formation and a new goose takes the lead. In order to perform this task simultaneously, the geese will communicate telepathically.
The Aborigines of Australia, Native Americans and even very young children up to the age of 5 or 6 years of age know how to freely communicate using telepathy – regardless of the distance between each other. Unfortunately, due to societal influences, the development of telepathic abilities has not always been encouraged.
The important thing to remember about being successful in using telepathy with animals is to first relax by quieting the mind and body and then becoming centered. Using guided meditation is an excellent way to relax and open your mind and heart. Once this is done, opening a telepathic connection becomes very easy to do.
Animal communication is often used in conjunction with many traditional and alternative healing modalities for animals. It’s not designed to take the place of veterinarian care. However, animal communication can be an effective tool to assist your veterinarian in understanding what the animal may be experiencing in a certain area of their body.
Animal communication is also not meant to be a substitute for positive training for your animal. It can, however, be used in conjunction with positive training techniques by providing you with a better understanding of why your animal may be behaving in a certain manner.
Forming a telepathic connection with an animal helps them and their human companions form a closer relationship and a better understanding of each other. In the simplest of terms, I like to think of having a telepathic connection with an animal like being a radio receiver looking for a specific radio transmission. Once you are tuned into the right channel, you will experience all of the wonders of a telepathic connection with the animals in your life.
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