Animal communicators, a sort of psychic who specialises in animal communication, think that significant telepathic connection with your pet is feasible. Even you, they say, can do it.
“I shattered my ankle five times,” the anonymous author says at Interspecies Telepathic Communication. “‘I know we come from different cultures, and maybe you don’t think I can help you, but if you just pet me, I will take away your pain,’ I was lying in bed in excruciating pain when I heard, ‘I know we come from different cultures, and maybe you don’t think I can help you, but if you just pet me, I will take away your pain.’ These words came through in my thoughts as vividly as if they were spoken to me. When I opened my eyes, my angel cat Kisa was sitting on my pillow, staring at me. I had a feeling it was her. My pain subsided once I petted her! For the first time since the catastrophe, I slept soundly.”
The author describes herself as a “animal communicator,” one of a rising number of people who claim to have the psychic ability to converse with animals telepathically. The author argues that “anyone can converse with animals,” and that this is done through visualising. “Animals use visuals, feelings, emotions, and thoughts to communicate. You may get a picture of what the animal is trying to say, but more often than not, you will pick up on a feeling or concept.”
What Is Animal Telepathy and How Does It Work?
“”Animals do beautifully communicate non-verbally,” explain the animal communicators of The Fur People, “but they don’t actually open their mouth with words streaming out verbally.” Many times, I receive information from the animal through telepathy in the form of words, feelings in my body, or pictures and symbols.”
According to Raphaela Pope, telepathy between people and animals is similar to telepathy between two people. “Telepathy is defined by the dictionary as ‘transmission of perceptions of any kind from one mind to another independent of recognised channels of sense,'” Pope says on her What is Telepathic Communication with Animals website. “Telepathy, in my experience, is the global language of the animal kingdom. Humans, I believe, are born with telepathic abilities that they repress or forget once they master spoken language. Animals are assumed to be sentient individuals with their own goals, desires, choices, and perspectives on the world in telepathic contact.”
Sentient is defined as “sensitive to or conscious of sense sensations” by Webster’s, and by that definition, most animals must be considered sentient entities. Many people have desires and make decisions. Can they, however, express their preferences and choices? A dog can certainly express that it wants to go outside by scratching at the door or barking.
And amazing discoveries have been made regarding the minds and linguistic capacities of some higher primates, such Koko, a gorilla who was taught American sign language and now has a vocabulary of over 600 words. Koko is able to communicate with her caregivers through sign language and a special computer, expressing not just fundamental wishes like what and when she wants to eat, but also how she “feels” about a variety of topics.
However, there is a big difference between claiming that animals can convey their wants in the way they do now and saying that they can do so using telepathic words and pictures (just as telepathy among humans is not an everyday event for most people). Animal communicators think that not only is it conceivable, but that it is also possible to communicate with animals in this manner at will.
Raphaela Pope recalls a conversation she had with Helga, a German Shepherd: “Joan, Helga’s representative, informed me that Helga had a severely lacerated left ear. She was curious as to how the dog had become injured. When I tuned in to Helga, she showed me a photo of her digging at the wooden fence that encircled her home. Helga attempted to get her face under the fence but ran into an old rusted barbed wire. Joan afterwards asked Helga to show her where the cable was. Joan discovered the old rusted wire coiled around the base of the fence after Helga brought her there!”
Anecdotes from animal communicators abound, some of which may be found in books like Penelope Smith’s Animal Talk and When Animals Speak. But what’s the point of conversing with animals? It’s a business for many animal communicators. They offer their services as consultants to assist consumers in resolving issues with their dogs. “When there are issues, this type of service is most useful to you and your pet,” explains The Fur People. “An animal’s dissatisfaction can be expressed in a variety of ways, including behaviour and sickness.”
How to Go About It
Is it possible to communicate with your pet? These are some suggestions from animal communicators:
“One of the secrets to efficient communication with nature, I realised, is to be clear within yourself, emotionally and mentally, and to inject some emotion into the communications. Allow yourself to notice, listen with your heart, talk from the heart, and trust that you are connecting.” – Laura Simpson, “The Art of Noticing Your Pet,” from “The Art of Noticing Your Pet.”
“Visualize what you’re attempting to persuade them to do or what you’re trying to tell them. Send them your feelings and emotions as well. If you aim for your message to reach its intended audience, it will. Try not to bend in close to your animal in order to hear what they’re saying. Allow the animal’s thoughts and feelings to come to you while you sit back and relax.” – Telepathic Communication Between Species
“Creating a state of stillness and receptivity in order to really receive the communication, transmitting the message, and getting the answer are the essential processes of telepathic animal contact.” Raphaela Pope is a member of the Raphaela Pope Foundation.
How can you tell if your experience is real? Raphaela Pope responds as follows: “‘How can I be sure the answer came from the animal?’ people who are new to animal communication sometimes wonder. It feels as if I’m fabricating the storey.’ The information that comes to you must be from the animal if you are in a tranquil and relaxed state, not putting out a lot of thoughts or emotions. It may appear to be from you because it arrives through your intellect, your emotional sense, or your visual perception. When you get an unexpected response, you’ll know it’s not true.”
“Many folks will want to dismiss the communications, thinking their imagination is working overtime… but if you listen closely — and with your heart — you’ll soon discover that your imagination knows what it’s doing… the images and words come up as they do for a reason, and if you will respond in trust that your insights are valid, you’ll find that your pets, and in fact if you will respond in trust that your insights are valid, you’ll find that your pets, and in fact if you will respond
Still, since pets are unable to explain their issues and illnesses, how can we know if we, or an animal communication company we could engage, are truly comprehending what the animal is attempting to communicate? As they say, the proof of the pudding is in the eating. If the condition or illness disappears or improves as a result of this conversation, there may be something to it after all.