All over the world animals have their unique way of communicating. They use signals which can include visual, sound-based, chemical, pheromones or touch-based cues. Birds sing and sometimes dance and bees dance. As a young child, I often found myself talking to animals. It was only later that I discovered not everyone could do this. In adulthood, I learned to embrace my gift and wanted to help connect others with their animals to find joy, inner peace and answers to questions they’ve walked around with for a long time. Here’s some insight into taking part in an animal communication session.
Why animal communication is important
Communication is ordinarily between beings of a single species; however, it can also occur between beings of different species. Because it’s difficult for humans and animals to understand each other, it’s essential to find a way to communicate needs, wants and fears effectively.
Animal communication is exchanging information, feelings, thoughts and emotions between all living things. This is why I encourage everyone to participate in an animal communication session. It has many benefits.
Benefits of animal communication
Animals go through a lot in their lives and can benefit from an animal communication session. They face disruptions in their lives like moving home, relocation and introducing new animals into the household. Communication can help with their health issues.
For me it is more involved in understanding the physical well-being of your pet. I dive deep into the mindset of both the owner and the pet for more holistic results and maximum benefit. Animal communication can assist with behavioral issues, trauma release and counselling for the abused, neglected and rescue animals. It can also include connection with animals who have passed on or gone missing, as well as the death and dying process so that you can support them and yourselves.