Monday, July 9, 2018

Animal Communication Does Not Equal Coercion.

dog-cute-adorable-play.jpgWhen people think of animal communication or animal communicators, they immediately think of a person who can see into the mind of their animal and the animal will instantly obey them – regardless of what the person is saying.

This simply isn’t true. Animals are not subservient to us.

The act of animal communication is something that involves a quieting of the mind, a clearing of any preconceived notions, and accepting the animal as a fellow being. From there – intuitive/telepathic communication can be achieved (remember - “telepathy” means “to feel from a distance”.) As an animal communicator, I am open to what the animal has to tell me or show me. We work together to find out the deeper meaning of why they are exhibiting a particular behavior – not demand that they stop. In the course of the conversation – we can encourage them to stop as well as ask what we can replace that behavior with.

One example is a cat who finds the edge of your expensive area rug irresistible to claw. In communicating with the cat – we can offer and show an alternative source to claw and scratch. If this is a practical solution for the owner – then we have come to an agreement that the cat can stop scratching the rug and go for the new scratching post (or whatever the alternative is).

To begin your journey to open communication with your animals put these three things into practice:

First and foremost: Accept your beloved animal companion(s) as fellow beings.

Take a deep breath and clear your mind of any expectations/preconceived notions.

Be open to hearing what your animal has to say, and allow it to happen.

After you’ve given these steps a try - I’d love to hear from you to see how you did!