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What is Animal Communication/Telepathy

Telepathy is defined in my dictionary as: "Apparent communication from one mind to another

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otherwise than through the channels of sense." (Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary, copyright 1977) I believe all humans possess this ability; however, most of us have simply forgotten how.

For me, animal communication occurs in one of four ways, often coming through in combination with one another. Here's how it works:

  1. Every time we form a thought, we create a mental image at the same time. These "Pictures" are what animals communicate with most, especially when communicating across species. They are not big, elaborate pictures, like you may expect them to be, being played out on a screen before your eyes. Rather, these pictures are so subtle it is very easy to miss them. If you think of your animal right now, the picture in your mind is the same caliber of picture the animals share with me during communications.
  2. "Feelings" come next. Comprised of a wide range of emotions, like joy, grief, fear, anxiety, etc., usually they are shared individually, as animals are not so intense and complicated as humans seem to be. Specific characteristics of a health ailment is also shared in this manner as well. So, if an animal is communicating that it has pain in the lower back, on either side of the spine, I often "feel" the sensation on my own body. Many times, what is causing it also comes through, such as a kidney infection, or a tumor in the same region.
  3. Animal communication takes place within the realm of "Universal Language." This is above common language, so I am responsible for interpreting what the message is. This is why I can speak with an animal in another country where English is not the language spoken, yet I can still understand what it is being conveyed. Actually, when an animal speaks to me, using specific words, he is really sharing with me an attention-to-detail which he wants to stay intact. One rule here... they can only use words that I already know. In the past, I know many have been disgusted with my poor vocabulary. To appease them, I have bought a thesaurus.
  4. "Thought blocks" are a combination of the first three, and then some. When an animal shares a thought block, they often pay strict attention to my interpretation of it, and early on in my career, I would sometimes begin to stumble around for words because of this. Usually the animals will use a word that I would never think of to use for that particular situation, and in retrospect I find it is often very basic, yet descriptive.

Great Blue Herons grace the waterways by our home in Central New York. Leaving after all of theGreat Blue Herons other migratory birds seem to disappear each year, they also seem to be the first ones to return. The year this picture was taken, it was my first spring sighting of one of our local herons, during the third week of February. Right on time. It was also the year of the 500-year flood.

Months later, when the flood waters were finally beginning to recede, I was walking home for the mail box when I saw one of the herons standing in the shallow waters alongside our road I was thrilled to see him, because only a few days before I had taken note that we handn't seen any herons in a month or more...just before the flooding began.

Immediately, the heron began to speak to me. "Scout" was the first word that wanted to jump out of my mouth, but as soon as my lips began to form the word, the strangest sensation came over me. It was as if this heron was flipping through my vocabulary like a human would a thesaurus. It was a comical feeling indeed, but more so was the words that came out after..

"Look-ahead," he said. "I'm the look-ahead." He went on to explain that he was back to check the water levels; after all, it was time to nest.

Never in a million years would I have worded something in this way, and I treasure each time the animals communicate with me like this. Always it makes me laugh, and each time is confirmation to me that I'm not nuts... Animals DO talk!

The best thing about telepathy is that it knows no distance-boundaries. This allows you to experience an animal communication even when your animal friend is not present with you.

Having spoken with animals as far away from my office in New York as a cat in Istanbul, Turkey; a petpbdayhats pig in Port Elizabeth, South Africa; and both show and race horses in Ireland; most of my work has been done with dogs, cats, horses, potbellied pigs, goats, sheep, turtles, and rabbits who live in the U.S.

Animals have much to say about life and those around them. So, enjoy a conversation with your animals today. Make an appointment, a list of questions, then sit back and prepare to be amazed. You'll be glad you did!

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