10 Tools for Living in Communication with Animals

September 24, 2009 by  
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Blogging with Kristin Thompson


I thoroughly enjoyed sharing with you all in my class "10 Tools for Living in Communication with Animals". It was fun and inspiring, as it always is when we connect with each other along this journey with animals.

I open heartedly welcome your questions, ideas and feedback related to the animal loving topics we covered yesterday, and as that you submit your entries here in this blog.

While we discussed many ways that you can lay your own ground work to open your Animal-Intuitive-Self, I felt the 3 that are so powerful right from the start are...

1. Get Grounded Into Yourself
2. Write It Down - And Trust It!
3. Go to School
And here is why.....

1. Getting grounded into ourselves before getting connected into an animal is imperative. We must be within ourselves in order to understand another. Very often this is a misconception and it is perceived that we must leave our body to find another's viewpoint. This is not the case. Your communication skills, the messages you receive, the messages you convey, and the clarity with which you understand an animal's meaning is very much influenced by taking good care to stay grounded in your own body. This means eat right, drink lots of water, get good sleep, move your body the way it is supposed to move (dance, run, play, get physical!)

2. Lighten Up! Really doing so frees up our heart and playful spirit to be open to new ideas and impressions to flow into our awareness, rather than our own droning thoughts. We "hear" and understand the animals with our hearts, not our heads, and the best tonic for our telepathic heart muscle is to Lighten Up!

3. Getting an education, training, guidance in developing our telepathic animal communication skills is a fantastic catalyst and support for our growth and expansion along this journey. The animals just love it when we come together with others of like mind and heart, who are also wishing to "live in communication with animals". During classes and teleclasses the animals in our circles join in and lead the way! They are excited for us to learn their language, and they show us in loving,, affirming and supportive ways.

So, over the next 2 days, I look forward to hearing your stories and awareness about how you can apply these ‘10 Steps' to your own animal communication process. Andplease share how great it feels to do so and how joyful you and your animal friends are during the process!

Thanks Everyone.

p.s.  Here is the link for the free gift I offered during the class.  Thanks for listening.    http://communicatewithanimals.com/cms/freegiftsacforum


3 Responses to “10 Tools for Living in Communication with Animals”
  1. Yes, animals can know what we are saying to them when we speak to them verbally – whether they are present physically or not near us at all. The animals understand the feelings and concepts that are the “meaning” behind the words. And they understand very well. We can often confuse our animals because we say one thing, but mean another, or rather our thoughts/feelings/words/or intentions don’t all necessarily match.

    It happens all the time that the animals understand the discussions that we have with vets/sitters/friends/family/etc. And when the topics are about them, it is very important and respectful to be mindful that they are understanding what we are saying, and include them in decisions about their care. I am so glad you are aware of this – and I”ll bet your bird is too!

    In practicing communicating with your animals, both sending and receiving information is important to work on. Sometimes we only focus on wanting to receive their messages. When in fact, by becoming better senders of telepathic communication, it helps us to align our thoughts, feelings and words – so that we are saying/sending what we really mean – and this is helpful in ALL of our communication experiences, whether with animals, nature or other humans!!! It brings us to in fuller awareness and communication with all life.

    So, yup, as described in #4 (Cultivate Quiet in Your Life), get still and quiet, and be open to receive their messages and replies.

    Have fun!

  2. dcfids8 says:

    Do animals know what we are verbally saying to them or other people when they are there physically? I am curious because in a consultation my bird said she didn’t want any invasive tests. The day before I had discussed a minimally invasive test with a vet when she was present. I also noticed during a consultation that her answers came back very quickly. I realize you said we need to relax and be quiet. Would it be possible to verbally talk to them and receive a response? I talk to my animals all the time but never thought to get still and see if they respond. Thanks.

  3. In follow up to our class yesterday, I wanted to send a note to “Carol” who shared about her grief over losing her dear cat this past spring was keeping her from beginning communication with her. I would like to mention that you might wish to connect with Teresa Wagner, fellow animal communicator here in the AC Forum. One of her areas of specialty in this field is working with those of us who are deeply grieving our animal companions. It feels right that you may find some peaceful and comfortable openings to begin communication with your beloved cat, whether on your own, or with Teresa’s guidance.