Chances Are You’ve Done This (Inborn Gifts)
Students never fail to amaze me at how quickly information from animals comes to them during our classes. I have been teaching animal communication for over 10 years and I have seen a quickening over time in the ability of people to intentionally communicate with animals. I have witnessed an increasing consciousness of the connectivity of all species, which has led to individuals more rapidly knowing what animals are thinking and feeling.
One of the most powerful methods of opening students’ eyes to their ability to communicate with animals is to “remind” them of how they have previously communicated with animals. An amazing example came from David, a student in one of my recent Level 1 Animal Communication Courses.
During a meditation, David was recalled an incident where his nephew appeared to be in imminent danger. A dog, who was off leash in a park, began running towards the small child at high speed and appeared to be about to attack. The adults knew they would not be able to get to the child or the dog fast enough. David explained that he instinctively and intuitively told his nephew’s dog, who was standing next to David, that he was going to have to intervene. David’s nephew’s dog suddenly ran intervention between the child and the dog who was charging at him. The dog took off in the other direction!
Many people describe incidents where they have moments of communication that they barely recognize, dismiss or soon forget happened. My life’s work involves helping people to see how they have already communicated with animals and why this is so important to recognize. All species, human as well as animal, have a great deal to benefit from interspecies communication. Learning from each other is how we all grow and animals are ready and waiting for us to share in this deeper level of connection with them.