As an intuitive and animal communicator, I see, hear, and feel what humans and animals are currently experiencing, all within mutual parameters of ethical, spiritual practices.
Animal communication is similar (to me) to intuitive sessions with people. Both require a higher vibration to gain entrance to the space that offers the mutual exchange of energy where the telepathic information can flow back and forth. “Tele” meaning – over the waves of frequency and “pathy” meaning feeling – as in empathy or sympathy.
Humans and animals are souls who inhabit different bodies with very different purposes. Both are natural conduits of sending and receiving energy, although animals do it more naturally. We do it already in ways we may not realize it. We might get a ‘bad vibe’ from someone we just met. Or we might choose to cross a street rather than pass an approaching stranger on the same side of the road. Both of these examples are nonverbal energy exchanges.
I love communicating with all animals, both wild and domestic. I have connected with a few well-known glorious beasts who catapulted to fame simply because of man’s treatment of them. I blogged the wisdom they conveyed that blew me away that I felt deserved a far wider audience.
I love assisting those who want to know how to be more engaged pet parents; who know they are loving, responsible guardians but feel a peek inside their furbaby’s mind will help better serve them and offer an even deeper bond.
Domestic animals are beautiful, pure souls who just love love love and love some more and, I’ve found, they all have a few things (messages!) in common.
To help bridge the connection between humans and their pets, I’ve cultivated a list of the Top Four Things the domesticated animals I have connected with have conveyed to me that they want their humans to know and the One Thing they never want us to do!
The animals in your life want you to know:
1). I love you.
Animals are the most intuitive sentient beings among us all. They trust and use their instincts for survival more than any other being on the planet. Therefore, they are skilled at conveying (and showing) us how we can trust our own instincts. They innately know and accept their role and place on the planet; as teachers of wisdom, love, loyalty, patience, and forgiveness.
Animals remain connected to their divinity. They find us more often we find or choose them. There is nothing we can do to them that can make them ‘humanized’ (they have no ego). Animals are an evolved species already, meaning their purpose here on earth is not to evolve, but to teach, heal, support and love the humans who are here to evolve (us!). They are a uniquely designed support system to assist man to assist the evolution of the planet. Because when humans evolve, the planet’s vibration naturally raises. It is in part why your pet is incapable of holding grudges or being mean-spirited, as well as the animals I’ve connected with that are farmed for food or enslaved for entertainment. Oh, how they patiently serve knowing it’s our learning curve, not theirs. So, even when we are not aware of what we do not even know, are too tired to play or take them for their walk, or leave them alone too long, they have already forgiven us when we apologize and love them up. Even cats. All animal personalities can reflect displeasure, and even cats are back purring on our lap before we know it.
2). I feel you.
Animals just know what we’re feeling and respond because they trust what they feel! (This is where the ‘pathy’ part of telepathy come in for them). Even domesticated animals are survival based and naturally rely on their intuitive instincts as their first nature, so their day to day m.o. relies on being in tune with their human’s inner climate. Pets are always feeling out how to love the hand that feeds them. They feel what we’re feeling when we’re feeling low, ill, sad, and happy. Several dogs have shared with me how they prefer to show their support to their human when they’re feeling down: They will jump up beside them on the couch or the bed with their back end abutted up against their human, not plopping their face in their lap. They have mentioned how humans often prefer privacy when crying or feeling low but appreciate their best friend’s warm body as a witness to their grief. Many have also translated to me that when they hop up and put their face in your lap, it’s for them to be seen, loved, and validated.
3). Give me clear safe boundaries and enforce them.
As much as domestic animals know their place in their human’s lives, they still don’t know all the dangers that can separate them from you. Pets depend on humans in navigating and enforcing boundaries that keep them safe and keep them able to do their job in the home with confidence. Domesticated animals depend on us for almost everything that keeps them alive. From their food quality to house rules to safe play inside and outside and to veterinary care. They thrive in routine and in obeying the rules. But there have to be rules and a routine to obey. They can flail when left to their own accords. They expect that if they are free to roam, inside or outside, their humans have their safety in mind. They really don’t mind fences, harnesses that aren’t tight (not neck leashes, I’ve heard) or being on a long runner. Domesticated cats prefer screened porches or windows with plenty of bird feeders and flowers for bees and butterflies to visit than being outdoor cats regardless of their innate curiosity to go outside.
4). I’m aging, too.
Animals don’t physically change as quickly as the children or adults in their lives, but on the inside, they are aging at several times the rate of their human family members. What they want you to know is that their needs, thought processes, and energy levels change faster than we realize. Maybe they don’t walk as fast anymore on the daily route as they have joint aches and pains they can’t articulate but who still loves their daily walk or outside time. It is natural for aging pets to be occaisonally cranky or short tempered. They don’t necessarily want us to ‘fix’ anything as much as just witness and be there for them as they age. They’re the same soul who has always loved you and the family unconditionally, but their bodies have different needs as they grow older.
Lastly, the ONE thing animals want us to stop doing:
Don’t lie to me.
Animals are on the playing field of mutual love and respect. So when their human tries to sneak out of the house without telling them thinking they won’t notice; this is the number one lie that backfires because it unnerves them by deeply disappointing them and, ultimately, teaches them not to trust. As well as when the day comes to address their pain or ultimate transition; Let them know the truth. Look them in the eye and with your unique loving way, convey to them: You are safe and I love you.
As the most intuitive species on the planet, pets are animals who thrive in a relationship with their humans based on straightforward – look me in the eye communication -as they unconditionally bestow the same courtesy to us.