So many people want to communicate with their beloved animal family but run across stumbling blocks in trying to do so. When we want Rover off the couch, we will say ‘off’ or ‘down’ with the result that sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t.
This creates a frustrating situation for all species, so what is a work around for that that?
It’s our intuition.
Intuition plays a big part in communicating with animals. Once you are open to using your intuition and become comfortable with it, the potentiality to connect with the animals becomes more straightforward and effortless. Which makes perfect sense – after all, the animals don’t speak English, Dutch or French like we humans!
When using intuition, you are connecting to the natural way animals communicate. You are meeting them on their home territory, so to speak. What’s really great is that the animals are there to cheer us on and encourage us in our endeavors to communicate with them!
Here are 4 of the common ways we humans can transmit information to the animals:
- Clairvoyance: Information is sent through pictures, visions or images
- Clairaudience: Information is sent through sounds, words or thoughts
- Clairsentience: Information is sent through emotions and/or physical feelings
- Clairgustance: Information is sent through smell
Since the beginning of the year I’ve been working on a secret project that will help people experience animal communication more directly and immediately. You can read about animal communication ’til the cows come home, and (frankly) I can talk about animal communication until I’m blue in the face, but it’s when information is brought into the realm of experience, that animal communication becomes real.
When information is brought into the realm of experience, animal communication becomes real
I’m still working on the myriad details of the project, but in a nutshell it’s going to be a one-on-one day experience that supports and bolsters people as they:
- practice communicating with animals
- experience verifiable results
- boost their self confidence and trust in the information received
Because, after all, animal communication is just talk until it’s experienced.
I would love your input on this project. What would you find beneficial in a one-on-one day adventure in animal communication? What are the must haves for you in a communication adventure with the animals? Be sure to let me know.
In the meantime, play with sending information the 4 ways listed above. Which way is the easiest way for you?
When you’re ready to move from information about animal communication to experiencing animal communication, be sure to register for my monthly online 4 week beginning animal communication class. The next classes start in March.
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from Janet Roper, Animal Communicator & Educator http://janetroper.com/how-you-can-send-information-to-animals-plus-a-secret/