Sometimes when I hear a politician speak, I can hear his words but I don’t understand what he’s trying to say. Or, I may understand what he’s trying to say, but the words don’t make any sense to me. In communicating with animals, I may experience the same problem. The difference between listening to politicians and listening to animals is that animals don’t have ulterior motives nor do they tell half-truths. There’s no need for me to have “PolitoFact” verify anything an animal tells me….
When I communicate with animals, I always try to have an open, clear mind so I can truly hear what the pet is saying to me. I also try to ” feel” what the pet is saying. Many times animals will talk with their emotions, especially when they’re worried about their humans or something has happened in their homes. By being able to feel and understand the pet’s emotions as well as their words, I get a clearer picture of what this animal is trying to tell me. If I think of an animal’s words as hot water running into a tub, I can immerse my hands into the water and let the heat soak in…….word meanings become clearer to me when I get a sense of how they feel.
On occasion, I do misunderstand what a pet is telling me. So I go back over the conversation with the animal again. Besides paying closer attention to what I’m hearing, I also heighten my “spidey-sense”. Sometimes the best place to understand what animals are trying to tell me is in my “gut”. These “gut feelings” can make the difference between just hearing words and really understanding a thought process.
The other thing I try to do when talking to an animal is to visualize what I’m hearing. I find that when I do this, animals will send pictures back to me… usually the picture is about something that’s happened to them or their human. A while back, I was talking to a dog, asking her how her body was feeling. This wonderful girl sent me a picture of her mouth and teeth. She had no words for what she was trying to tell me, just the picture. When I asked her human if something was going on with her dog’s mouth, she said that yes, her pet had many teeth removed in the past due to pain and disease. Since the dog didn’t indicate present pain to me and/or further problems with her mouth, I came to the conclusion that she just wanted me to know what happened to her teeth.
The most important things to remember when talking with animals is that they are incapable of lying, they have no set agendas or ulterior motives… .they are not going to try to fool you or pull the wool over your eyes… in other words, what you see or hear is what you get. They talk about things in their lives as they see and feel them. This might mean they don’t always see or understand what goes on in their lives correctly or (and I’m talking about cats here) they might skew what they see, hear, smell or feel to their favor. (Nothing will ever be a cat’s fault, for example) But then, who of us hasn’t made ourselves the hero of a story from time to time…
Animal communication is all about listening to words and understanding what they mean. We can do this by hearing, feeling and seeing these words with open, clear minds.
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Blessings to you and your furry friends,