Why is it that so many dogs know when their people are coming home long before they hear the car?
Have you ever wondered how your cat always manages to disappear just before a trip to the vet? How does a flock of birds create such beautiful flight patterns without bumping into each other? How do ants manage to build those amazing castles? The answer is simple – telepathy. Animals communicate through telepathy all the time. Humans, given the proper mind set and training, have the ability to communicate with animals too. Humans used their telepathic ability thousands of years ago, before spoken language was developed. In fact, some tribes in Africa still use telepathy, while many indigenous peoples around the world have long communicated with animals and share a keen awareness of the intelligence, grace and power of our animal companions.
The basis of animal communication is a deep respect for all forms of life and an acknowledgment of the ways in which we are all connected.
Our gracious, loving and wise animal companions have so much to share with us, and are just waiting for the chance to be heard! Animal communication is a form of telepathy, defined as “feeling from a distance”, that allows us the opportunity to share with our furry and feathered friends. An animal communicator receives information through pictures, sounds, words, feelings, physical sensations or a simple sense of knowing. All the various messages combined can be helpful in understanding an animal’s viewpoints, needs and feelings, particularly when interpreted by the animal’s caregiver who knows him/her best. Telepathic communication with animals is about connecting with the soul of another being. Sharing with and respecting an animal in this way not only provides insight into their world; it lends a sense of wonder to our own.
Just as with spoken communication, telepathic communication varies greatly from individual to individual. Every animal is unique, just as every communicator has their own individual style. Some animals will tell their story through pictures and feelings, while others prefer words. Some communicators are more attuned to words and phrases, while others pick up more easily on feelings that they know are not their own. Other practitioners may be visually-oriented, receiving mostly pictures from the animal. If several communicators work with the same animal, each one will usually receive his/her very own message or two, while most of them will understand a few key points from the animal, but usually in quite different ways. As with a spoken conversation, there are many ways to interpret the same phrase. When you combine the individual traits of each communicator with those of the animals, it inevitably leads to a unique, rich and fascinating experience every time.