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Communicating with Animals - Intuitively Communicating with Your Pet - The Psychic Awareness of Animals
Communicating Intuitively with Your Pet
The Psychic Awareness of Animals
Ancient cultural and tribal wisdom from all around the world looked to the secret language of Mother Nature for guidance, advice and knowledge. In particular, the activities and behaviours of the animals were of interest.Animals were looked upon for nourishment, healing, their direction and their law.
The ancient teachings of the early Australian Aboriginals, African peoples and Native Americans, are still recognized today and practiced on a daily basis by many of their people.The skills they used are easy to learn and interpret, with practice and patience, by those who look to the old ways for answers on all levels - physical, emotional and spiritual.
Animals leave signs that indicate their presence while also leaving a constant trail of messages intended for those who seek them out as teachers and counsellors. Animals, both domestic and wild, play an intricate part in our lives, giving unconditional love, assistance, companionship and devotion.
Animals have been known to warn and protect humans from all kinds of disasters, both natural and health-wise.
Our remarkable bond with our animals inspires us to give love and care, with the reward of many hours of joy and healing in return.All of the world’s animals - large, small and in between, deserve our love, respect and honour.
People who are animal lovers are usually receptive to their own instincts and intuition and are invariably kind and trustworthy in nature. Because of this they form strong links and bonds with their pets that go beyond ordinary levels of communication. This same intuitive awareness also enables us to communicate with wild birds and wild life in general in gardens, forests, bushland and sanctuaries such as zoos.
For thousands of years, pets have given unconditional love, trust and protection to their owners. A significant number of pet owners can recall at least one instance when their animal or bird has apparently read their thoughts or alerted them to an unreliable stranger or potential hazard to which they had been previously unaware.
This deep unconscious link is based on the enhanced instincts possess by animals, combined with the deep love felt by pet owners that enables them to understand and communicate with their pets and other creatures in ways not measurable or accountable by current scientific knowledge. This ability can allow us to strengthen the channels of communication and to come to understand our pets as ‘spiritual beings’ with much to teach us - providing we listen and acknowledge it.
Telepathic and psychic powers and abilities in humans have been widely observed and studied between mothers and children of all ages and is often described as ‘maternal instinct’. For animals, the two-way connection means that we can learn to send messages to our pets to reassure them if we are to be late, unexpectedly away from home, or in times of stress or fear. Though these ‘links’ are often spontaneous, you can use telepathy or directed thoughts to reassure and calm your pet.
As you develop the link you will find that you can easily access the innate power of telepathy with animals whom you share a deep bond of affection. This telepathic link works in two ways so that an animal can save the life of an owner by intuitively hearing or sensing the silent cries for help that the owner may not be able to make out loud or may be too far away to be audible. In times of distress animals can show amazing initiative. Some of these instances, described as ‘animal instinct’, make front-page news.
There is no doubt that ‘telepathy’ – unspoken communication between pets and humans – comes from the deep bond of love and loyalty between pet and owner. Some of the day to day incidents in the lives of animals and humans are quite remarkable and yet pass unnoticed because they are so commonplace.
Some pet owners believe that if we talk to our animals they will reply telepathically and our minds can interpret their feelings as words. A number of successful pet and animal healers around the world have used this method to diagnose what is wrong with an animal and find it especially useful for diagnosing stress-related illnesses in particular.
Psychically-open humans and pets are able to connect quite easily. If you want to get into the mind of your animal, whether to share a deep level of communication or to understand a health problem that is eluding conventional diagnosis and treatment, one effective method is by momentarily moving your mind into the aura of the animal.
The secret of horse and dog ‘whisperers’ is that they speak continuously in a soft, mesmeric tone that puts the animal and themselves into a light trance state so that the barriers between the energy fields meld.
The conscious mind has strong analytical powers, but these are only the tip of the iceberg. Those powers that we often call psychic are not usually amendable to formal testing because they are spontaneous and cannot be repeated in a laboratory. What seems certain however, is that what we call enduring emotions, such as love and loyalty, do act as the channel for this ability.
Intuitively Choosing a Pet
Sometimes the reasons for choosing a particular animal are obvious, whilst at other times it is only weeks or months later that we may realize that we could have picked no other creature to be our companion.
One common sign that a particular animal is intended to live with us is when a young animal shares their birthday of a former pet or was born on the day or the anniversary when a beloved animal companion died. Some owners feel instinctively that the new pet has been guided to them – not as a replacement for the lost animal as each animal is unique – but as consolation and as a way of overcoming grief.
Modern science is becoming increasingly aware that everything is made up of connected particles of constantly moving energy. Some researchers believe that humans and animals emit particular frequencies of energies. These energy fields are more compatible with some people and animals than with others. This would explain how particular animals seem to tune in to us emotionally, and how animals and humans are drawn together by what seems to be pure coincidence, but is actually a kind of intuitive radar.
There certainly seems to be an intangible chemistry between humans and animals that brings together particular pets and their owners, sometimes in the most unlikely ways.
The Use of Pendulums in Finding a New Pet
Pendulums are one of the few psychic methods trusted by science and industry and have had spectacular success in finding water and oil for many years. Latterly, they have been used in war situations for locating enemy submarines and landmines, sometimes using only a map.
A pendulum is simply a weight on a chain. It can be made from crystal, metal or wood, or can even be a favourite pendant. It is useful for all forms of decision making.
A pendulum operates by psychokinesis: your hand is guided by your unconscious mind to move the pendulum towards the correct choice from a selection of possibilities.
We rarely recognize or trust the ‘automatic radar’ that operates in our subconscious mind – but when we use a pendulum, it gives us an external and tangible expression of our ‘automatic radar’.
Deep within our intuition we have all kinds of buried, useful information, and pets are remarkably efficient at loosening our intuitive inhibitions. A pendulum held over a written list of possible locations will reflect our hidden psychic awareness of where we will find your new pet. The pendulum responds by a tugging, downward movement or a sudden heaviness over one choice on the list.
Dreaming About Animals
Sometimes we may receive a signal that a particular animal is intended for us through a dream. It is the ‘automatic radar’ in our subconscious mind, alerting us that a specific kind of animal or even one individual creature is right for us, even if our conscious choice would be different.
Pet owners tend to be especially alert to this form of guidance because they are sensitive to their own intuitive processes, and therefore, are tuned in to the needs of animals - even those they may not have met yet.
Sometimes our conscious minds can create all kinds of practical obstacles, but the subconscious mind will guide us effortlessly to make the right decisions – if allowed to do so.
You may wish to establish in advance, a psychic and emotional connection between yourself and your future pet so that mutual recognition is instantaneous. If this is the case you could try visualization – an effective psychological method of focusing on what you want and desire.
The power of the mind is far greater than we realize and we can make a telepathic connection with an animal that is on our emotional wavelength through visualization. We can create a space in our mind in which we can visualize or imagine our future pet. This works because animals that are seeking owners are so open that they transmit intuitive vibes of love into the cosmos and our own ‘radar’ picks these up unconsciously.
Even if you find it hard to accept the idea of innate psychic powers, by allowing your mind to form the picture of the pet you can open your conscious mind to alternatives that might actually suit you better than the choice made by your conscious mind. If you find an entirely different creature appearing in your visualization (or daydreams) it may be a way of alerting you to an affinity you have with a particular animal that you had not recognized.
Some people believe that you can draw the right animal closer to you through an innate psychic power call ‘psychokinesis’ – the same power that lies behind pendulum work. This is the ability of the mind to draw compatible people or animals and circumstances towards you.
Choosing the Right Name
It is often difficult to choose a name in advance as animal personalities differ just as humans do. Anything can prompt a name once your animal has arrived, such as a colour or personality trait. Often you or a family member may speak an unplanned name when you first see an animal and in that split-second you will know it could not have been anything else. The name just suits the animal perfectly.
Telepathic bonds that can call your Pet home
Wild creatures have an amazing homing instinct; for example, it is well-known that salmon and trout are able to find their way hundreds or even thousands of miles to their original spawning place, and there are countless stories of wartime carrier pigeons taking messages back to base through enemy fire, even when injured.
With a pet the telepathic bond is tuned in to its owner and it operates over great distances regardless of whether or not the pet has been to the place where the owner is.
Animals have Foresight
Animals sometimes seem to be aware of events before they happen. This may be because (unlike humans) their minds are not limited to linear time, or it may be because they are so sensitive that they are able to pick up early warning signals of danger on their ‘automatic radar’ before our human radar can tune in. An animal’s sight, sense and hearing are certainly more acute than a human’s but this does not fully explain how a pet can anticipate danger to the owner, sometimes hours or even days before it occurs.
Like humans who have premonitions that often involve a close relative or friend, pets often change established behaviour patterns for no apparent reason, and have saved their owner’s life as a result.
The unprompted howling of dogs without reason is almost worldwide and has been considered a warning to humans throughout the ages. Animals spontaneously leaving an area en masse has often been a foreboding warning to humans, such as in times of earthquakes, volcanic activity and tsunamis, for example. It has often been documented that not only pets, but wild animals such as monkeys, birds and elephants, instinctively leave an area prior to a natural disaster taking place. These animal warnings can occur up to a week or more before an earthquake, though they are most dramatic during the 24 hours before disaster strikes. Animals and birds are so in tune with the earth that they can alert us to all kinds of changes, from adverse weather conditions to volcanic eruptions and tidal waves.
Everyday Warnings from Pets
Most warnings from animals and birds are not of the life and death kind, but they can alert us to dangers we would prefer to avoid.
- If you are buying a new dwelling of any kind, and there are no birds flying around outside, be aware that there is something ‘wrong’ with the place.
- If possible, introduce briefly to a new home before making the final decision. If the animal refuses to enter the house or go into certain rooms, find out as much history as you can about the house and property prior to purchase. When animals are uncomfortable with the energies, there is a good reason.
- If a normally friendly pet takes an instant dislike to a stranger or new acquaintance, be wary not to leave the person alone in your home, or for that matter, be alone with them yourself. It is a clear indication that all is not well.
Animal’s Predictive Powers in Relation to Health
The protective feelings animals have for their owners seem to enable them to predict impending danger to their owner/s. Animals can also alert owners with chronic health problems to an onset of an attack. It is becoming increasingly evident, as more and more cases are being documented, where people who suffer from epileptic or asthmatic seizures and the like are being pre-warned by their pets prior to an attack or seizure. A close bond with the owner as well as the sensitivity of the individual animal are major factors.
Guide dogs are such an example in caring for their blind owners and are devoted to their wellbeing.