Communicating with animals is easy to do and anyone can do it! The hardest part of communicating with animals is to quiet your own mind so that you can hear them. The easiest way to do this is to get into a meditative mind set. When starting, I found that soft gentle music with no words was the easiest way to drop into this space. Anyone who has meditated before knows that the first few times aren’t always easy and that is totally fine. It is after all, a practice.
If you have never meditated before, start by listening to some soft gentle music and just listen. See if you can simply just listen to the music without random thoughts running through your mind. If the thoughts do come up, simply let them go and refocus on the music. If you find yourself dozing off that is perfectly fine, you are headed in the right direction, relaxation is the key!
Once you can comfortably sit in meditation without the mind chatter is when you can call in the animal you’d like to communicate with. You can talk to any animal you wish, all you have to do is visualize them. Picture the animal until they come to you clearly, once you can feel them in your presence you can begin to communicate.
My definition of animal communication is the transfer of information from one animal to another, or to a human using telepathy. Telepathy is the communication of thoughts or ideas by means other than the known senses.
So now you’re probably thinking, okay well how does this actually work?
Here is how it works for me:
When I communicate with an animal, they usually show me in pictures what they are trying to convey, though sometimes they will also use words. The animals will also use my body to make me feel the things that they are feeling so I can better understand what is going on. Sometimes they will even share with me how something tastes! My first experience with this was with my horse Miss Moose. She wanted me to know how much she enjoyed eating fresh green grass, and she made sure I knew exactly how it tasted! From her point of view it was very refreshing & I could see why she enjoyed it so much. The picture she showed me was her in a big field surrounded by tall green grass & a few wild flowers in the spring time, (according to her this was when the grass was at its best) & she was in pure bliss! The birds were chirping, the sun was warm & shining down on her & she didn’t have a care in the world!
Another example was from a wonderful tortoise who wanted me to understand why he enjoyed mealworms more than earthworms. In case you were wondering, they are very crunchy on the outside & very gooey on the inside, & no I was not a fan! He wanted to make sure I understood the difference & could accurately describe it to his human. We all had a good laugh & she promised to get him more mealworms & less earthworms.
It is an honor to be a vessel for communicating between animals and their humans (worms and all). If I can help you communicate with your furry friends, please contact me.