What is Intuitive Animal Communication?
Intuitive animal communication is the act of exchanging information with an animal through the sharing of energy. Telepathy is the ability to receive and understand that energy cognitively.
Everyone intuitively communicates with their pets. We pick up information all the time about how they’re feeling and what they’re thinking. Most people chalk this up to interpreting their pets’ body language, but there is something deeper going on.
Telepathic information can be received in 8 different ways:
1. Clair-audience: Hearing words
2. Clair-voyance: Seeing pictures, movies and symbols
3.Clair-empathy: Experiencing another’s feelings
4. Clair-cognizance: clear knowledge of a situation or history
5. Touch- experiencing physical sensations (pain, etc.)
6. Taste- experiencing what the animal tastes (not always a pleasant experience!)
7. Smell- experiencing what the animal smells
8. Inner-body experience- when it feels like you’re actually the animal
Do you have to be in the same room with my pet?
No. I have talked with animals across town, across the country and around the world.
How Does That Work?
Energy is not limited by matter. You experience this when you talk on the phone. You can talk to someone around the world just by punching in a phone number.
Each animal and person has their own unique energetic frequency. I tune into that frequency. Pets can be literally anywhere, including on the other side.
If you’re talking to an animal in another country, an animal that doesn’t speak English, do you hear it in English?
I hear it in English.
How can animal communication help me?
Want balance? Want a better relationship? Want your pet to stop destructive behaviors? Want to support your pet through a hard time? Want help grieving?
These are the main reasons why people seek out an animal communicator.
I work out the rough spots with pets.
Sometimes difficult behavior is just a difference in values. Your dog doesn’t understand that it’s not okay on jump on people.
Sometimes bad behavior is a sign that something is out of balance.
By including your pet’s opinion in developing a solution to a problem, your odds of a successful outcome are improved.
Other times, you may want to involve your pet in medical decisions. I often work with pets that are going through cancer treatments. Their owners want to know how they’re doing.
Or perhaps your pet is grieving the loss of another pet.
Or your kid has gone to college and your pet is still looking for him.
Or your pet is dying and you want help with the transition.
Anytime that you are thinking, “Geez, I wish I knew what she would say…” that’s the time to hire an animal communicator.
Can you answer training questions?
Absolutely. Whether we’re talking about horses, cats, dogs or even birds, I can give you advice about how to teach and reinforce good behaviors.
I like positive training techniques with non-abusive, consistent consequences.
For example, I teach people how to curtail barking, how to get their cats to stop spraying, how to introduce horses, and how to integrate pet households.
If you’ve got a problem, I’ve encountered it with my clients, and I can teach you how to resolve it in your home.
Can you help me find my lost pet?
I’m sorry. I don’t help people look for lost pets. I’ve done it. I’ve even helped get some home, but I’ve had too many experiences where I found the pet alive and couldn’t get the pet home. Watching an injured or lost pet go through their final days is emotionally difficult. I have instead focused my practice on working with living pets and pets that have passed away.
The Humane Society is an excellent jumping off point for your search. I wish you the very best of luck.
Do you teach animal communication?
Yes. Everybody can learn to talk with their animals.
I teach workshops in-person and online. To learn more, visit here.
Other questions? Click here to email me.