“How it is that animals understand things I do not know, but it is certain that they do understand. Perhaps there is a language which is not made of words and everything in the world understands it. Perhaps there is a soul hidden in everything and it can always speak, without even making a sound, to another soul.” ― Frances Hodgson Burnett
I have written on this subject before and I am sure that this will not be the last time as it is something that is very dear to my heart. Animal Communication. The longer I am blessed with the ability to communicate with animals the more I continue to learn about them. Since the turn of the year as further and tighter lockdown restrictions were imposed here in the UK I seem to have had an upsurge of people calling either for healing for themselves and also asking if I can help their animals all of which has taken place remotely and with good outcomes.
It is important to note here that I do not replace veterinary care, however, the majority of my clients come to me when allopathic routes have been exhausted and the other two options are to live with the problem or euthanasia, dependent on its nature. When I was younger I will feel terrible pressure to fix the problem, but now from the outset I like to think I manage peoples’ expectations better.
I work a little differently to some practitioners, there is no right or wrong as long as the intentions are pure and there is no attachment to the outcome, in my opinion. I am a healer and this bleeds into every area of my life and therefore when I am communicating with an animal very often healing is also given, with their permission and that of the human guardian. I find the two are not mutually exclusive.
Please watch this amazing short video that was made with Animal Communicator Anna Breytenbach and how simple communication transformed the life of an abused and deeply misunderstood big cat. In the video we can see how by feeling heard and understood the cat began to release all the pain and tension that it was holding from it’s life to date and as a result of this not only was its mental wellbeing significantly improved, but also its physical wellbeing and the relationship with the keepers at the sanctuary.
The soul has a universal language and when we step aside from the conscious mind it is perfectly possible to connect and have the dialogue that is interspecies communication.
Why would we want to engage in Animal Communication? You may ask.
As this is work at an energetic, soul level it is not about human imposing their will over an animal. Something that I teach in my workshops is “Listen, understand and make a difference.” It is my job to listen and then interpret the information in such a way that it can be fed back to the animal’s guardian, thus handing the baton over to them to make a difference to the animals life and wellbeing.
What this form of healing and animal communication has taught me over the years is how very ‘tuned in’ to our thoughts, feelings and emotions many animals are and how many also find their way into our lives when we need them the most. Many animals will openly share and acknowledge their concern for the human family member and this creates a cycle of healing, not only for the animal, but human too. Sometimes the weight of responsibility that an animal can feel for someone can be overwhelming for them and once the concern has been shared the animal will begin its own healing journey.
A phrase that gladly I don’t hear as often as I used to is ‘dumb animal‘ I believe that this phrase was born from the fact that the animal had not learned to speak the native tongue of it’s human When it is actually man (or woman) who has simply forgotten the art of speaking with the soul. Science is now proving that telepathic communication is possible, however, seers, indigenous tribes and intuitives have never doubted it!
One of the most important things is that the information fed back to the Guardian is validatable and can make a difference. If not validateable it could be perceived as fabrication. It is quite common for the communicator to get a real sense of the animal’s personality, whether it has a short attention span, sense of humour, gets grumpy or is a sensitive soul. We will sit and laugh at the quirky things we are shown and sadly, all too often sit and cry at some of the painful things we are shown and told. However, I would not have this any other way as when the animal shares not only can it shine a light on certain behaviour patterns, but there is often the sense of relief and release that being heard brings to all.
It is an honour and a privilege for an animal to trust me enough to open their hearts me, I always have two sittings as for me, trust is built during the first one and day to day information is divulged like changes in lifestyle and in the second sitting communication tends to go deeper and reach a more emotional level.
The majority of my communication is now done remotely from my healing room in East Sussex, this way there are no outward distractions, I am able to keep my prices at a more reasonable rate and if I don’t get a connection the first time I try (it happens sometimes) I can go away do something else and come back at a different time.
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