An animal communication is an opportunity for you to have a direct exchange with your animal companion. It will help you to gain a deeper understanding of their likes and dislikes, how they feel emotionally and physically, and what they understand or don't understand. You can address specific questions like, 'do they want a companion?' or 'where is my missing dog? A communication can help you to resolve a behaviour issue, understand physical concerns, track missing animals and make contact with a beloved animal in spirit. If there is something specific you would like to know you will need to ask the question.  
     
   
 

The best way for you to benefit from a communication with your animal is to have an open mind. For many of you this will be the first time you have considered connecting with your animal in this way and may not trust that it is possible. For this moment, be positive and with an open heart. During the consultation it is best to be in a quiet place where you are unlikely to be disturbed.

"If you expect the best, you will be the best. Learn to use one of the most powerful laws in this world; change your mental habits to belief instead of disbelief. Learn to expect, not to doubt. In so doing, you bring everything into the realm of possibility." -- Dr. Norman Vincent Peale

 
     
   
 

Once I have made a connection I will discuss some things they have communicated so you can be reassured that this is your animal we are communicating with and then we continue with your prepared questions. Animals are great guides and teachers and able to offer clear and positive advice. This can be a very enlightening experience and you have much to gain from listening to your animals.

 
     
   
     
  Any animal is able to continue their daily routine while also communicating with me telepathically.  
     
   
  A communication is a pleasurable experience for an animal and they are often grateful for the opportunity to express what they feel. However they do have the free will not to communicate if they choose not to, just like people!  
     
     
   
     
 
Tortoise and Hippo
 
 

After it was swept away by the Tsunami waves and lost its mother, this hippo (nicknamed Owen) was traumatized. It had to look for something to be a surrogate mother. Fortunately, it landed on the tortoise and established a strong bond. They swim, eat and sleep together.
The hippo follows the tortoise exactly the way it follows its mother. If somebody approaches the tortoise, the hippo becomes aggressive, as if protecting its biological mother. The hippo is a young baby, he was left at a very tender age and by nature, hippos are social animals that like to stay with their mothers for four years.

It is incredible. A-less-than-a-year-old hippo has adopted a male tortoise, about a century old, and the tortoise seems to be very happy with being a 'mother'," said ecologist Paula Kahumbu, who is in charge of Lafarge Park.

"Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away."

Of course, they are also sentient like ourselves. We often know when they are happy or sad but they feel much more than that. Any emotion we may feel they can also experience. They forge deep friendships, they laugh and play, they have a sense of humour and can play tricks on us to make us laugh, they have hopes and fears, dreams and desires and they also fall in love and grieve the loss of loved ones. They are very aware of our moods and and our hopes and dreams. They understand our limitations when we may not acknowledge them ourselves. Animals also have emotions we often can't accept ourselves; they are full of forgiveness when we let them down, they have a huge store of empathy and understanding and give their love generously.

 
     
   
  Everyone has some degree of intuitiveness or telepathic ability. After all, how many times has the phone rung and you just knew who was going to be on the other end of the line? I have always had a strong connection with animals but it wasn't until I went on an animal communication workshop that I found this ability was within me waiting to be discovered. As it is within all of us if we are ready to open our hearts and our minds. To communicate it requires much practice just like learning a foreign language and also heaps of silent focus and patience. Children are born intuitive and are particularly skilled as communicators because they are still communicating with their hearts. As we grow older our society discourages us from listening to our sixth sense which will eventually diminish or vanish until we awaken it again.  
     
   
  Yes, you can and I teach workshop in animal communication to areas all across the UK and countries in Europe too. To communicate it requires much practice just like learning a foreign language and also heaps of silent focus and patience. Children are born intuitive and are particularly skilled as communicators because they are still communicating with their hearts. As we grow older our society discourages us from listening to our sixth sense which will eventually diminish or vanish - but it can be awakened again.  
     
   
  Yes, I can hear words and also the tone of voice and the rhythm of words. Sometimes the hearing ability (clairaudience) is very clear and it is possible to hear words like the name of your cat's best friend. Other times I may receive a close approximation such as hearing "Hayley" when the correct name is "Kayly". As a nonverbal form of communication the words I hear are much softer that those spoken out loud. I receive pictures (clairvoyance) from animals; seeing them within my mind rather than with my own eyes. I find the easiest way for me to communicate is by sitting in complete silence with my eyes closed.  
     
     
     
     
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
       
 
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