Connecting with animals is an intuitive process. It is similar to turning on a radio and tuning into the station you want. The bond can be made through photographs, fur or feathers, the animal’s human companion, or in person. Once this link is made, the animals “speak” through thought forms, pictures and occasionally words. They also send messages in the form of metaphors. This is a two-way process: just as we tune in to their thoughts and feelings, they also tune in to ours. They know much more than most of us ever imagine.
An animal communicator can help in a variety of situations:
- Resolving behavior problems that make perfect sense to the animals but drive their people crazy
- Alleviating issues such as separation anxiety, trauma, adjustment to new situations, rivalries, etc.
- Comforting a grieving animal
- Understanding an animal’s perspective on their health
- Learning an animal’s wishes about living or dying
- Supporting and enhancing the relationship between people and their animals
Because our animals are integral members of our families, they often reflect the dynamics in the family. Resolving a pet problem requires patience, gentleness and respect. As family members learn to relate more effectively with their pets, there is often an added, unexpected benefit: they incorporate those skills and attitudes into other areas of their lives, leading to improved interpersonal relationships with other people.
Note: Animal communication is NEVER a substitute for training, veterinary care, and proper nutrition. It is a powerful supplement for these practices, not a replacement.