Those who have not experienced an animal communication session before are often at a loss as how to proceed. Which makes perfect sense, because how do you prepare for a session where one of the participants wags their tail or perhaps slithers on the floor? Let’s face it, that’s usually not in your everyday lexicon of life. Scheduling the appointment is easy: you just have to look at your calendar and see what works for you. It’s what comes afterwards that is challenging. So challenging, as a matter of fact, that it can actually stand in the way and become a block in seeking the help for your animal pal that can literally be transformational.
Let me help you by shedding some light on this possible stumbling block.
People often have questions about the mechanics of animal communication, how it works and why it works. Coming into an animal communication session knowing this fundamental information will often put a person’s mind at rest. While the results of animal communication are tangible, the process of animal communication itself is usually not, especially when it is experienced remotely. Remotely means when I am doing an animal communication session, neither your animal nor yourself are in front of me, either physically or virtually. You and I are most likely communicating via phone or email, but we are not together in real life.
Here is a list of animal communication FAQs you’ll find helpful.
What Kind of Questions Are Asked in a Session?
Before your session, I will need some basic information from you – think of this as a basic intake form. What is going on that prompted you to call? I will also need basic information and history about your animal – name, age, breed, etc.
The questions you have for the session will be connected to what prompted the call in the first place. Has there been a recent change in the household, a change in your animal pal’s behavior? Is your buddy getting ready to cross the Rainbow Bridge? Has your animal pal recently passed and you are looking for support for yourself as you experience this grief?
Here is a list of questions to help you create and structure your own.
If you’re still wondering if an animal communication session is right for you and your animal pal, let’s talk! I now offer 15 minute introductory conversations, giving you the chance to find out for yourself if an animal communication session will be helpful. Tell me what’s going on and I will give you my recommendation.
A little bit of information can go a long way in giving you peace of mind with a new experience. Not only will it help you, but your animal pal will see that you are feeling comfortable with this, which will help them feel comfortable! Click here and book your free 15 minute introductory conversation.
Here’s To New Beginnings,
from Janet Roper, Animal Communicator http://janetroper.com/questions-animal-communication-session-janet-roper-animal-communicator-educator-missoula-montana/