Animal Psychic Communication

 

Telepathic animal communication, also called intuitive animal communication or interspecies communication, is the ability to communicate with other species without using verbal or body language. It was used by St. Francis of Assisi in the 1200s.

Telepathic communication allows direct transfer of thoughts, words, images, feelings, sensations and emotions or energy over distance, transcending time and space.

It is not based on assumptions deriving from observation of the animal's behaviour or body language. It can in fact be practiced not just with animals near us, but also from a distance with animals we don’t personally know, as well as with deceased animals.

Animal communication also helps resolve problems between animals and people, from litter box problems, to helping abused animals heal from trauma, to assisting in times of illness, loss and grief. In many ways, communication with animals is no different than communication between humans - sometimes it's regarding problem solving of major life issues, sometimes it's sacred, sometimes it's funny, and sometimes it's about mundane issues of everyday life. The only difference is that we are talking telepathically rather than verbally.

 

When to use animal communication

 

• Discover the causes of behavioural problems as well as negotiating changes and solutions.

• Understand emotional issues such as fear, aggression, withdrawal, depression etc

• Help rescued animals to understand sheltering and fostering, identify what they want in a new home (i.e. kids, other animals), adjust to new family and home, and to heal from neglect, abuse and abandonment.

• Learning about a rescued animal's past.

• When getting a new animal, to find out if they are right for you and whether they will fit into the rest of your family, including establishing what the animal’s needs.

• Finding out the animal's likes and dislikes

• Assisting a veterinarian to find out about physical problems.

• Deepen your understanding and bond with your animals by discovering what they are thinking, feeling and what they revere.

• To prepare an animal for surgery or other medical interventions.

• Assisting the animal during illness and death.

• Speaking to an animal that has passed on.

• Understand and support your animals' needs through grief and anticipatory grief regarding death of other family members (animals grieve the death of animals and humans just like we do).

• Help your animals understand family structure changes, for example the arrival of new animals or humans; discussing your animals' needs before adding a new animal family member; departures of animals or humans through divorce, separation, etc.

• Let your animals know the procedure pertaining to moving or vacations and that you will return from business trips and vacations, as well as explaining who will care for them. This will help reduce or prevent separation anxiety. Can also show them images of a new home beforehand.

• To track lost animals.

 

To comunicate with an animal I need a picture or two of the animal's full body, preferably one where I can see the eyes, name of the animal and the reason for the communication and/or a list of questions you would like the animal to answer.

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