Trade Secrets – 5 Essential Tips For Hiring An Animal Communicator
When seeking out an animal communicator there are several things to keep in mind. My intention in providing you with this list of considerations is to help you to have the best possible experience in connecting on a deeper level with your animal.
5 Tips On What To Look For In Animal Communicator:
Experience -I recently attend a concert of one of my favorite rock bands. Famous since their early 20’s, Guns N’ Roses members are now in their early 50’s. Their show was actually better than I remember when I first saw them live when I was, well, younger. They have had all of those years to continue to hone their musical abilities. Not to mention life experience that adds a certain something; such as starting the show on time.
I have spent over eleven years intentionally focusing on honing my skills in the field of animal communication. I can honestly say that there is a certain combination of talent combined with sustained practice that lends itself naturally to the ability to go deeper into all aspects of an animal’s experience. Like with anything, trial and error greatly enhance the foundation upon which a stronger craft is built. Therefore, don’t be afraid to ask how long a communicator has been working on their skill. That being said, there are also several other factors to take into consideration and you may find the right communicator for you does not have extensive experience.
Training – there are a variety of ways that an individual becomes a professional in the field of animal communication. Once I became aware of the ability that I have to communicate with animals I honed that skill by studying with some top animal communicators, as well as by practicing with many animals, before I developed my practice into a business. You may want to inquire if the animal communicator has studied under any other more experienced communicators.
Sensitivity – a session with an animal communicator can be an emotional experience as, after all, we are talking about your beloved family member. Whether furry, feathered, scaled or other you have a right to have your questions and concerns addressed respectfully and with sensitivity. Some communicators may have a strong ability to communicate with animals but if they cannot talk with you and provide you with information in a respectful manner it can decrease effectiveness. You and your animal may hold back and also you don’t want a difficult interaction to leave a negative mark on what should be a beautiful experience.
Connection – an animal communication session is a very personal experience. With any service it is important that you feel a certain level of connection and comfort with the service provider; this is especially important when you are seeking a deeper understanding of your animal. Every animal communicator has their own personality, style and way of conducting a communication session. Spend some time looking at the communicator’s website and sense if you feel drawn to them. Read over their bio and see if their outlook and description of their method feels like a good fit for you. Referrals from those you trust are great but keep in mind that no matter how good they are they need to feel like the right fit for you and your pet. You may also find a communicator to be a good match now but in the future there might be another who provides a better fit at that moment in time.
The Session – the communicator will often request some baseline information about your animal for grounding purposes and also to make sure they are connecting with the right animal in your home. I send out a form before a session with a new client to acquire some very basic information. I do not ask for a great deal of information because I want to keep the session free of influences. However, I will ask for name, age of pet, some medical history and for a photo if I am working from a distance with the animal. People “know” when a communicator is connecting with their animal. That’s why I communicate to the human whatever the animal is telling me with as little interpretation as possible, even if the information means nothing to me. People are often in amazement about how I can possibly know the information I have about their animal but I am simply relaying to them what their animal is communicating. I have learned not to hold back no matter how illogical or random something may sound as that is often the most important thing an animal has to communicate. In my rookie days I learned from the regret of not stating the information out of fear of being wrong because something didn’t make sense to me.
What’s going on in the heart and mind of your beloved animal family member? Schedule an animal communication session with Anne Angelo to find out! http://www.intuitivetouchanimalcare.com/index.html