Animal Communication & Animal Healing
What is Animal Communication?
Is It Really possible to communicate with Animals?
YES! It is possible and even more than that. As everyone knows, animals do not speak our language, but with a process called telepathy, we can interpret their thoughts and feelings. With Telepathy we can send and receive accurate information and messages. Like how radio waves, Wi-Fi or satellite frequencies work, we become senders and receivers of invisible information that is easily accessible once you know how. All we have to do is tune in, and connect mind to mind, heart to heart, then tap into the universal, language of all species. Animal communication is an experience that is going to change your life and that of all species!
When I communicate with animals, I receive from them pictures, feelings, animals communicate commonly through telepathy. It is the most basic form of communication, an ability we are all born with. As humans, we learn to rely on verbal communication and our telepathic skills are pushed aside and become rusty. Like a muscle, unless used regularly, these skills become weak and ineffective. Humans, given the proper mindset and training, have the ability to communicate telepathically with all species. If I were to ask a horse what part of his body was sore I may feel pain in an area of my body that corresponds to his, i.e. wrists - fetlock, knees etc. The animal can also send me a picture of the area or send me a picture of him moving to show me the lame area. Sometimes the animal will even show or tell me how the injury happened. I act as the voice for the animal.
From a scientific perspective:
The process of intuitive/psychic animal communication is all about energetic connection, falling under the scientific banner of quantum (or meta) physics. Building on the work of Albert Einstein and other great scientists, Quantum Physics explains how our world is energetically made up and that every living being within it is energetically connected. It is this energetic connection that is at the heart of intuitive communication.
NOTE: SABINE DISCONTINUED SERVICES RELATED TO 'FINDING LOST /MISSING ANIMALS'
It is difficult to locate an animal telepathically. If they are truly lost, they cannot tell us where they are, but usually they can indicate any landmarks near their physical location, which may be helpful in your search. We can also convey important messages to the animal such as advising them to stay away from danger and how to find help.
Separation anxiety :
It is a serious and very common problem for dogs today. If your dog suffers from separation anxiety, he's having a panic attack similar to the ones humans have. This is a condition over which he has no control. When left at home alone, a dog with separation anxiety will often engage in at least one and often several of the following behaviors: Vocalizing, (this is typically barking, whining or howling), drooling, destructive behavior etc.
Problems can often be resolved once you know why the animal is behaving in a particular way. Examples include barking, chewing, aggressive behavior or house breaking/litter box issues. Hearing the animal's perspective helps you find a solution together. However, communication is not a replacement for gentle, positive training.
Find out if the animal you want to buy matches your lifestyle:
There are many different types of animals that could be right for you and be a wonderful complement to your life. Your animal choice should be based on what sort of animal suits your personality, works best with your lifestyle, and matches your needs.
Death and Dying:
It is difficult to make a decision about your animal companion’s future without knowing what they want. You can ask: Do you want help in passing? How can we make you more comfortable?
Notify your animal of upcoming changes:
You may want to let them know there may be changes at home such as; you are moving, bringing a new person into the home, someone is leaving, you are going on vacation or your daily schedule is changing.
Sometimes you just want to know how your animal companion is doing. Has the animal adjusted to a recent change; want different food; getting enough exercise? How are they feeling physically and emotionally?