When I talk to an animals, I always pay close attention to their physical well-being as well as their emotional and spiritual health. Some animals will tell me right away that something hurts. Some animals will send me a picture of their painful area. Then there are animals, especially dogs, who will be very stoic and not offer any complaints at all. So, I have to go searching.
Animal communication is like that sometimes. Besides being able to “hear” what the animal is saying, most communicators will also”feel” for the animal’s physical health. This doesn’t mean that a communicator can pick up everything that might be happening with a pet. This is not about saying “I think your pet is in kidney failure” or “Your pet’s liver is damaged.” This is about feeling and sensing that something just isn’t quite right. We are not diagnosticians nor are we perfect. There was a time when I didn’t pick up that a dog had a cancerous tumor on his paw. Instead, this same dog told me that he doesn’t feel like eating. When I did my “scan”, I felt some nausea. And when I told this dog’s owners about their dog’s lack of appetite and the nausea, they confirmed that yes, “Spot” hadn’t been eating much and threw up a few times….”but did he say anything about the tumor on his paw?” I had to tell them that no, he didn’t mention the tumor. But what he did say was that he doesn’t feel well, he can’t eat. Sometimes animals don’t understand or acknowledge what’s obvious to us….. but they do understand not being able to eat.
Animals don’t talk about everything that’s hurts or bothers them. Nor do they know any of the words we use to describe their illnesses. They don’t use words like cancer, liver damage , diabetes. They may start to use them when they hear them often enough from us. But usually our pets talk about the “bump” on their paw, the “hurt” in their hips or the “itchy” in their ears. This is what they feel and understand.
Recently, I had an experience of sensing something that was not quite right with a dog I was asked to talk to. As this animal approached me, I was immediately hit with a feeling of pain in her back legs. It was very faint, but it was there. I asked “Annie” about her legs. She said that “she had hurt in the back.” The dog’s owners verified that they noticed “Annie” was having some problems with her back legs. When taking her for a walk, they would have to stop or turn back because “Annie” just couldn’t go any farther. In my experience, this is generally the way physical problems get communicated and passed on to the pet’s humans….in very plain, straight-forward language.
Plain, straight-forward language…. I think this may be one of the reasons I love talking to animals…..their conversations are so uncomplicated.
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Blessings to you and your furry friends,