What is Animal Communication?
How Can it Help Our Pets?
You may have come across the term ‘animal communication’ or ‘animal communicator’ before, but what exactly is it? Is it the same as horse whispering or a form of behavior training? The answer is much more intriguing and may send you spinning down the rabbit hole on a journey of possibilities.
Let’s begin with what animal communication isn’t. It’s different from ‘whispering’ as done mainly on horses. An animal communicator does not look at body language to help you with your animal friend. There is no training involved, and in many cases, your animal doesn’t even have to be present for a session.
At this point, you may be asking how someone can help your animal without being in their presence? And what kind of things can it help?
If we change the term ‘animal communicator’ with ‘communicating with animals’ it helps us see what it’s all about. It’s a way of understanding animals on a deeper level than previously thought possible, on a scale that opens up so many possibilities and will change your whole perspective on life and how we view our animal friends.
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In a nutshell, animal communication is a natural method of connecting with an animal on a soul level. We learn to tap into the consciousness of another being to send and receive information. Sounds great, doesn’t it? Well, it is!
At this point, some of you may be thinking I must be a real new-age nut-job. That’s understandable, and I began this journey with a healthy dose of skepticism too. After all, we’ve seen the movie ‘Dr. Doolittle’ and that a fun bit of entertainment, but to have that going on, in reality, is just crazy.
And it isn’t like that film at all. Animals don’t talk out loud to us, do they? No, but they can connect to us if we just tune in with them.
If you have ever got into meditation, you will have experienced that profoundly peaceful space within yourself. When you go into a deep meditation, you become so relaxed that both your mind and body are virtually still. That’s a great place to be if you want to communicate with your pet.
By reducing our thoughts and calming the mind, we become more open to sending and receiving with others. Some call it telepathy, others say it’s psychic work. At its core, it is merely a natural connection state that we can enter into once we are ready.
In our day to day life, we are always thinking. Most of the chitter-chatter are of mundane things, and you will find we spend most of our time thinking about the past or the future. You have to be in the present moment to experience a connection with animals.
How can animal communication help?
We’ve all been there and had our dog or cat come up to us and just stare at us. And you were probably wondering what they wanted. You knew your pet was trying to tell you something; that much was obvious. But what’s the message?
By working with an animal communicator, we can discover a whole range of things about our pet friends that will enhance the bond between you and them. It can be something fundamental such as finding out what is bothering your horse in its field. Or understanding why your dog reacts in a certain way to one person in particular.
Going further, we may be able to find out things like why your cat has stopped eating or why it hides from visitors. Maybe you are thinking of introducing a new pet to your family and wonder if your current one will be happy with it. There are so many questions you can ask with the help of an animal communicator.
At this point, it’s worth mentioning that animals have free will and may not always cooperate. We can ask them to do something and they may not. They may not want to communicate much at first. Sometimes the things they say may not be what you want to hear either. I once connected to someone’s cat who had gone missing for a few weeks, and the cat said it wanted to find a new home because the old one was too busy and it wanted a quieter place to stay.
During a pet reading, we can receive information from the animal in a variety of ways. It could be words, images, visions or just a feeling or a ‘knowing.’ A professional animal communicator will have good experience of how to translate those feelings into words for us to understand. I remember one of my first communications was with an Alsatian who I saw in an image in my mind wearing headphones! I felt a bit silly asking the lady about this, but it turned out her dog loved listening to music! And she often played the piano in their home.
How to Communicate With Your Pet
I will leave you with a short exercise you can do at home with your own pet to try and open the lines of communication with them yourself:
- Sit down next to them or at least in the same room and close your eyes.
- Take a few deep breaths, in through the nose and out through the mouth.
- Focus on your breathing, as the breath comes in, and then goes out. Follow your breath for a few minutes. By doing this, we become mindful and quiet the mind, shutting out distractions.
- Visualise your animal friend. Try and view them in your mind – their head, fur, legs, movements. Then call them in your mind.
- When you feel like you may have their attention, or feel a connection, simply ask how you can help them.
- Don’t guess what might come back, just keep your mind empty and see what information comes back to you. Is it a picture, a word, or just a feeling in general?
Hopefully, you will experience communication with your animal friend but if not, keep practicing. Animal communication takes a lot of practice, but the more you do it, the easier it gets.
“What is Animal Communication and How Can it Help Our Pets?”
GUEST WRITER: Jason Wickens is a professional animal communicator and Reiki Master, specializing in pet healing. For more information, please visit www.talkingtoanimals.co.uk
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