I believe we all have psychic ability, and we either “turn it off,” or we never get the opportunity to develop it. It’s like any other skill or talent – if you practice, you can get better at it. It’s the same thing with learning to “hear” your pet.
Different animals “think” in different ways, so don’t look for them to actually “say” words. Some animals think in black and white, some in color, some in emotional temperatures (lizards, iguanas, snakes), some are very psychologically emotional (cats, rabbits). You will be able to translate their messages into our language as your skills get stronger. Dogs are the easiest to begin with, yet cats can be easier for those who have a stronger affinity with them (or a fear of dogs).
Your comfort is important as theirs, so make sure they are in a place or position that is “safe” when you begin. They need to be awake and the best results at first will be when they “need” or “want” something as they send out psychic images then. You can confirm receiving the message by sending back an image showing them a mental picture of yourself doing what it is they want you to do. Don’t use the words or signals you usually do to make them aware that you understand and will give them what they want. Rely purely on psychic communication.
Now no matter what it is, even if it’s not the usual time for this to happen, you must follow through, so don’t offer something if you’re not going to actually provide it. If it’s to go for a walk, picture the leash and the two of you at the front door. If they react as they normally do, without any physical or verbal alert… then you know you’ve read their mind! You can give a treat in the food bowl if it’s not meal time. Whether it’s rubbing a belly, scratching their neck, or letting them come up on your lap… listen, and then respond psychically only. As they come to trust that you hear them, they will send more messages to you, and you will hear them clearer.
This can be very handy when they are ill. If you get to know their mental dialogue better, you can look deeply into their eyes and get strong one word translations that will POP into your head, like “pain,” “sad,” or “sick,” and then you can use imagery to explore where it hurts or why they are sad. Sometimes animals can foresee things that are about to happen, and react to it before it does; this can give you psychic glimpses into events that are about to happen in your world. It’s always nice to learn the language of a loved one.
What do you think – what’s the best way to psychically communicate with pets?
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Thank you Yemaya:) My best buddy is Mr.Snuggles. He’s my black cat. My daughter and I went to pick up a pizza( it was our “cheat day”) Any-who we came home with two kittens. Puff is my oldest daughter’s best buddy. Hmmm… They owe us a pizza! We just talk to them like we talk to each other. Animals are soooo cool. Thanks for this article. Animals are people too:)
Namaste, Ivy oxox
I practice this on my own animals, and, when I teach basic obedience classes at the shelter, I try to stress this to new animal owners.
I liked this article very much. Animals, in general, are much more psychic, and smarter overall, than most humans give them credit for.
Blessed Be )O(
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