What is Animal Communication?
At one time, many Native American and aboriginal peoples communicated with animals. However, most people today have forgotten and must rediscover this valuable skill. One of the fundamental concepts of animal communication is that individual animals, just like individual humans, have their own thoughts, personalities, needs and perspectives on the world in which we live. Our ability to communicate with animals opens up whole new possibilities for sharing and learning from wisdom that animals want to give.
The techniques used to communicate with animals are to focus, sense and listen to what an animal intends to share. Animals often communicate their ideas by sending images to the person with whom they want to speak. As humans, if we want to communicate with animals, we must break down our communications into images, rather than words, as well. Conversations with animals can cover many subjects from, "How are you doing today?" to "What do you feel about euthanasia?" to "What do you think of my new boyfriend?"
What I do as an animal communicator is to facilitate the conversation between you and your animal friend so you can learn more about each other. The communication is based on questions you have regarding the animal's health, behaviors, personality or what ever else you want to know. Each animal, like each human, has a unique perspective and wisdom to share with us. If given the opportunity, our animal friends can teach us a great deal.