For help with behaviour issues, lost animals, answers to questions you have about your animal, hearing the messages your animals have for you, for help with fear issues, and many more issues, Animal Communication can help you understand and help your companion animals.
Communication with animals is an inherent ability we all share but few develop the skill. It is the same principle as telepathic communication between humans, except in this case, it is between humans and animals. There is no barrier between species – communication is possible between humans and all animals – from horses, dogs, cats and other domesticated animals to feral animals including bees, bears, birds, raccoons and all others.
The communication may take the form of words, pictures, feelings, scents, or just a knowing of something. Each animal communicates with one primary sense but will usually use all or most of them. It is up to the Animal Communicator to accept what they get from the animal and to pass on exactly what that animal wants conveyed. Sessions may include energy healing and/or spiritual healing.
Have you ever thought your animal friend was trying to tell you something or wondered why that particular animal was in your life? Have you ever wanted to tell your animal friend something but were afraid it wouldn’t be understood? Animal Communicators help bridge this gap between you and your animal. Messages are sent back and forth – much like a conversation between friends.
In many cases, the messages given to the Animal Communicator make no sense at all to the Animal Communicator – but that animal’s human companion will know and understand it – if not immediately, very soon after the session.
If you are wanting an Animal Communicator to solve a particular behaviour issue with your animal, it often will meet your expectations. Most behaviour issues require the human companion to do the practical work but Animal Communication will help the animal understand what is being asked of it and most behaviour issues are resolved much quicker when the two are combined.
It is not a tool for training — for example, teaching dogs the house rules. Animal communication can help them understand why they are being asked to do a particular thing, but it won’t change them into model dogs.
As with children, they listen and they know what is expected, but do they always do it?
April 2013 Whether they are stolen or they leave of their own accord, leave by some misadventure, or death, so many animals, particularly cats and dogs, are now leaving their human families. Lately several dogs in my area have been stolen from their yards and we may never know why. Even dogs that normally [...]