If you haven’t heard of animal communication before that’s entirely understandable. It’s not something you hear mentioned in everyday conversation and, truth be told, most people will think it’s a bit ‘out there’. You may have heard of it under other names though, mainly ‘pet psychic’.
We live in a world of mixed emotions when it comes to animals. On one hand there are the pet loving societies who absolutely adore their furry friends, but on the flip side there is much animal abuse happening all around the world. The two oppose each other like chalk and cheese. Animal lovers cannot comprehend how someone can be cruel to an animal, or put money over the animal’s health. It’s a desperate state of affairs for us animal lovers and as an animal communicator I’m trying to bring some balance back.
Of course nobody can single-handedly save all the animals or change the world, but I think all animal communicators are here to give the animals a voice and help bring about a greater awareness of how every creature on this planet deserves to be treated with respect and compassion.
So What is Animal Communication?
Put in simple terms, it is a way to connect with animals on a deeper level that enables you to talk with them telepathically. Once you have picked yourself up off the floor I will continue! By tuning out our own thoughts and emotions and bringing our complete awareness to the animal it is possible to make a connection on the unseen and unheard level. We are able to tune into the consciousness of their being to find out things that would otherwise be impossible to know.
Telepathy is not something new, and people throughout history, all over the world, have been connecting on a telepathic level in some form or another. Telepathy is a form of ESP and derived from the ancient Greek words ‘tele’ meaning ‘distant’ and ‘pathos’ meaning ‘feeling or perception’. As we develop out telepathic communication skills we discover that not only can we connect to animals and people, but trees and plants, insects and birds. Literally, anything that is alive and has a form of consciousness. All we are doing is making a connection to their own mind, thus negating the need for verbal communication.
You might ask how animals can understand English, and that is a great question. Think of it this way. When you send a text message on your phone you type in the words and click send. The words then get converted to a data packet and send to their destination. The other phone then decodes the message and voila! there is your message the other end. So some form of natural translation gets made so we can understand each other.
Animal communication can be used in many ways. If an animal is not being itself we can ask them why. The animal can then let us know why and we can tell the animal’s human friend what needs to change. It can be great for behavioural issues, health issues and emotional issues. Just by giving the animal a voice you are helping your pet on so many levels. They tend to feel a relief as if finally they are getting heard. What you have to understand is animals communicate in this way naturally, so for us not to hear them is quite frustrating for them. How many times has your dog just sat in front of you and stared, like it’s trying to send you a message? My dogs do this but now at least I can understand them more.
The great thing about being a pet psychic is that anyone can do it. Some people will tell you it’s something you have to be born with but that just isn’t true at all. I learnt animal communication a few years ago and it has taken a lot of dedicated practice to get to a level where I can be confident of helping other people and their pets. If you are interested in learning to talk to animals you can search online and find many workshops that provide a great introduction to animal communication. That’s how I started out and now my journey with animals is well and truly beginning.
About the Author
Jason is an animal communicator and lives in Worcestershire in the UK. He also offers animal healing which can be done in person or sent through distant energy healing. He is passionate about helping animals and humans live a better life together. Jason can be contacted through our directory at :
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