Have you ever looked at your animal friend and said, “He understands everything I say”? (But wish you could understand him).
Have you ever wondered what your animal friend thinks about all day?
Are you concerned your pet may be unhappy, or worried, or feeling unwell?
Does your animal companion exhibit behaviour you can’t understand, is making life difficult for others, or you just want to discourage?
Would you like to develop a closer relationship with your animal friend, more loving and understanding than you ever thought possible?
If you have answered, “yes” to any of these questions then I can help. Through Animal Communication or ITC (Interspecies Telepathic Communication) I can help you bridge the gap in communication.
Animal Communication is a telepathic process, and one that we are all born with. Mothers and their babies communicate telepathically or subconsciously from day 1. It may be called “Mothers or “Women’s Intuition” but it is actually a from of telepathy.
The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched – they must be felt with the heart. Helen Keller
Unfortunately as we grow up we are generally encouraged to use verbal language as the accepted and “higher” mode of communication and discouraged from using our ability to receive thoughts and messages directly from people and animals around us.
We are also conditioned to believe that animals are generally inferior to humans in that they are seen as merely acting on instinct and “nature”, rather than being able to think, reason and feel, so we learn to separate ourselves even more from mutual and equal communication with them.
Put simply, thoughts are electromagnetic energy and work like radio frequencies. Anyone can pick up the signal if their equipment is tuned in to it and there is no interference. This explains how an animal can tell what we’re thinking and feeling. Initially, it’s easier for animals to be able to do this than humans, because they live fully in the moment. When animals try to get through to us on a telepathic wavelength, all they get is the “busy signal”, because Humans think an estimated 40,000 thoughts every day! For us to hear, feel and see what the animals want to tell us, we have to train our minds to quieten down, switch from “send” to “receive” and to shift the dial on the radio receiver until we get a clear signal.
The universe is full of magical things, patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper. Eden Phillpotts