A couple of weeks ago my friend Patti from Lightspirited Being posted about the fascinating topic of animal communication. I commented that this is something I would like to start trying (and I do!) and that the topic enthralls me. Patti answered my comment with an email and offered to do a complimentary reading/session with my (almost) 9-year-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Chester, as a means of testing the process. Patti has been practicing animal communication for years but only recently started offering her services professionally. I was more than willing to participate. As it turns out, Chester was too!
My ex-partner and I share custody of our sweet Chester and you don’t even want to know the point to which we’ve personified him and given him a “voice”. Or DO you? So of course I wanted to hear what Chester really has to say!
I emailed Patti a few photos and some questions that I was hoping she could get answers to from Chester. She was able to connect with him so well that even I (who believes whole-heartedly in this sort of thing) was shocked by the connection she had with him! Patti sent me the audio of the session – her asking Chester the questions aloud and then relaying the messages from him back to me. I laughed, I cried and I was just blown away by what she got. A couple of days after Patti sent me the audio files we connected on the phone to discuss the session and cover certain topics in greater depth.
Cool! But how does animal communication actually work?
Animals communicate via telepathy – by sending the communicator images, thoughts and emotions. As we grow (us humans, that is), we learn to rely on verbal communication and our telepathic skills are pushed aside and become out of shape — kinda like how our muscles turn to jelly if all we do is sit around like a couch potato. Just like your muscles, if these skills aren’t used regularly, they become weak and need some work to get toned.
Although we can all participate in animal communication if we practice enough, we know not all of us are going to take the time to do it. It’s awesome to have people like Patti in the world who offer these services to us pet lovers. I almost said “owner”, but anyone who’s ever had a pet knows who owns who in these relationships.
Patti’s connection with Chester brought me a deeper understanding of my canine family member and has strengthened our bond. It even helped solve a long-term problem that had been plaguing me (and my living room floor) for far too long! I can recommend Patti’s services with confidence, so go check out her page!
Have you ever communicated with animals? What is your experience?