Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Communicating with Animals - the best film you will ever see

“Some people talk to animals. Not many listen though. That's the problem.”
A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh 

Heads up on this. Maybe you have heard about pet communicators but have not had a chance to work with one or see how their world works. Pet communication is also called Inter-species communication because it really goes beyond pets to include all forms of animal life.

This film may or may not be available in your area. If you have time, watch it now before the link goes away. It might change your view about what is possible in our relationship with our animal kin and how we can expand our knowledge and awareness as we simply make an effort to learn more about them and how they communicate to each other and with us in the best way they know how.

In my own experiences, working as an intuitive with people and pets, I know the methods are unique to each individual but the bottom line is that we all have to allow a greater role to the animals and stop viewing them as lesser beings. We are learning to listen in new ways as we expand our awareness of how to make better connections with all life forms. (Hemingway the Turtle)

This film offers instruction and insight through the observation of one very talented person who is demonstrating what can happen when we stop expecting animals to act like us or limit them to trying to reproduce our language - and simply allow them to present their interactions as guidance we can learn from and follow.

The tide is turning and more people are demonstrating and successfully engaging these communication skills. To that end, we are learning to give animals the opportunity to show us how we can better understand and more effectively connect with them. Finally. 




Also recommended:

Whale rescue - a plea for help
Dolphin needs help to remove hook - and asks Divers to assist
The unforgettable Skidboot - a classic Texas County Reporter feature story
Jane Goodall - TED talks
_ Nova Science - How Smart are Animals?

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