You have an active imagination. Animal Communication is only verbal.
Animals function only on instinct.
A few of the ideas that have blocked our true communication with all life.
This picture is of me around fifteen years old at a summer camp with my parents. On the first day I noticed this crow in the trees. He was staring at me as though he wanted to tell me something. We locked eyes and I, for some unknown reason, put my arm up. He flew to me and landed on my arm. Throughout the week I was there he would fly from the trees and land on me. It was magical and a defining moment in my life.
Communication with animals (all living things) is a way of understanding through feelings, thoughts, pictures, sensations, or a deep knowing that is not based on verbal language. This is a universal way for all beings, human and non-human, to communicate. We as humans have lost this ability due to an emphasis on only communicating through written and verbal language. Our heart-centered language which is directly attached to our telepathic ability has been deprived and in most cases, forgotten.
Although the word “telepathy” has been often taboo, it simply means “to feel across a distance.” Humans and animals don’t need to be physically present with each other for communication. Humans experience this unknowingly and often with their children and others they may be close to. We chalk these experiences up to coincidence or just knowing someone really well. Animals communicate with each other and with humans in the same way.
I have tapped into this universal language through retraining and practicing with this muscle. I have honed my ability to communicate with animals and to use this ability to professionally assist people and their animal friends in creating balance and understanding in their relationships. It’s something we all can do and something I have always been able to do, just not understand. There is freedom and beauty in finally embracing one’s gifts.
With Love & Healing,
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