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We are able to Communicate with the so called Animal$..

Everyone has the ability to re-learn this skill if they have an open heart, true intention, and respect for all animals as unique, intelligent, spiritual beings – capable of complex thought, feelings, emotion and purpose. 

The truth is that animals and humans are all part of a whole living together. Humans have destroyed the natural bond we have with animals with our cruelty and fear. Every animal (including humans) has a right to live freely in their world.

Opening up to animal communication is truly a very individual spiritual journey, that will change your life… It gets better and better… The animals have so much to share with us.


Animal communication is the process of talking directly with animals through thought. The communication can be experienced through dialogue, body sensations, emotions, or pictures.

Fear seems to be the one thing that prevents us from communicating effectively with another animal. The opposite of “LOVE” is FEAR, not hate, therefore if you replace the energy of fear with the energy of love, the fear disappears and you are free to move forward.

Just try to open up to hearing the animals around you.

Recognise your intuition and trust it! This is probably the most important thing when learning 
to understand animals. Cast off all your negative beliefs about “dumb” animals. Forget 

everything you’ve been told about animals being poor, helpless beings who can’t 

communicate their needs. They can and they do.

Once you have started focussing on the messages you are sending the animals, and they are responding to them- you are on the right track. You need to tune in to the animal, sending them loving thoughts,(LOVE is the key) and explaining to them that you want to` be able to “listen” to them. Meditation and focussing on your higher self will help you tremendously.

You might start getting strange pictures in your mind, that you can make no sense of. Don’t shrug them off. Some people may hear a voice answering them in their head, others may get an intense feeling.

The best way of confirming feelings and mental pictures is to work with a friend’s animal. Ask them questions that you don’t know, but your friend does. Start with something simple like “Where do you like to sleep?” You may get an image of a red chair, or you may feel the heat of a fireplace. You will be amazed at how often you are right!

Another thing to remember is not to let your human logic interfere with your intuition. The first image that comes is normally the correct one. It may not make sense to you and sound silly, or impossible, but go with’ll be surprised.

The Basics: Four Easy Steps of Communicating With Animals 

The basics of communicating with animals are not that different than communicating with people: you share an interesting thought or observation and await a response. This may excite you to share something else and listen eagerly to a reply. And so it goes, back and forth, an exchange of information, ideas, thoughts, laughter, sadness, joy and delight. What could be more natural?

1. Attuning
Attuning is about moving deeper in relationship, intimately feeling the bonds connecting you to the animal. To begin, get comfortable in a quiet place. Close your eyes, breathe deep and allow the center of your being – your heart, your mind, your soul – to connect with your animal. Feel the animal connecting to you. Sense the flow between the two of you. Don’t force the situation; rather, let it unfold. Your only goal is to quiet yourself and welcome the adventure.

2. Stating your Intention
As you sense a deeper connection, address your animal directly, just as you would a good friend. You can use words (
I’d like to talk to you) or images (picture yourself conversing) or feelings (feel your desire to communicate). Or, use all three (say it, picture it, sense it). In truth, it doesn’t matter so much what you do or how you do it since this isn’t about doing, but about being. Allow yourself to be in that place that genuinely desires to connect. It may help to first express your feelings – I’m nervous about this, but I’d really like to talk to you.Or, you might ask a question: Is there anything I can do for you? What’s it like to be you (a dog, a cat, a horse)? Do you have a message for me?

3. Receiving
Here’s where you let go of everything and open up wide for the answer to come. Let go of all your thoughts about what could happen or might happen. 
Sshhh … how can you hear when you are listening to doubts or planning what to ask next? Be open, relaxed and receptive. Welcome any and all feelings, sensations, images, words, smells, tastes or combinations thereof. Don’t judge what you get or wonder if it is “right.” It is what it is! Allow the full message to come to you before you send a second message.

4. Closing, Giving Thanks
Good manners never go out of style. Offer warm feelings and thanks as you end your conversation. By thanking the animal, you acknowledge your appreciation and make first contact something you can build upon. Remember to thank yourself too! Thank your intuition and desire to connect with life in a deeper and more meaningful way. Even if you don’t sense anything, thank your animal and yourself for a very good start. Really mean it, too, because although it may seem that what you are doing is little, what you are being is deep and expansive and very great indeed.


As you continue to tune into animals, remember that the universal language is one we already know and share with all life. Since it has been awhile that humans have used this language in a conscious way, we are a little out of practice. So be kind to yourself. And celebrate yourself, for in learning how to remember, you are helping the entire world to remember too!

this is our world & the animal kingdom is a part of it.. be cool! – ti$a




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