Talk 2 The Animals: What Happens At The Missoula Animal Communication Meetup? 

Every month there is an Animal Communication Meetup held at Liquid Planet on Higgins in Missoula, Montana.

Of course, we talk about animal communication, what it is, what it is not and how it works. Many times this is the first introduction people have to the topic and their interest and inquisitiveness are just popping out!

People who attend usually fall into one of two groups:

  1. Those who not only believe interspecies communication is possible, they know it is possible and they can’t wait to experience animal communication for themselves
  2. Those folks who are open to the possibility of animal communication, but are looking for more information, proof that it is possible

And yes, there is the occasional skeptic who sometimes shows up, asking hard questions to confirm their knowledge that talking with animals is just a bunch of hooey.

More than just being informational, the meetup is experiential and gives local animal lovers the opportunity to get together and share personal stories about the animals in their lives. These stories are important, they give us the chance to posit questions about our animals and discover potential answers to those questions.  Learning and sharing with each other are an important part of the meetups.

At the end, you leave with ideas for ways to jumpstart communicating with the animals in your own life, and naturally, new connections with like-minded people are made.

The Missoula Animal Communication Meetup meets the first Thursday of the month. Click here for more information about the meetings and to register.

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If you’re in or around the Missoula area, I hope to see you at the next Meetup on September 7, 2017!

Here’s To New Beginnings,


from Janet Roper, Animal Communicator & Educator


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