Animal Communication Saved My Horse’s Life.
A telepathic "knowing" was enough.
Many years ago, my horse friend, Echo, was staying at a barn about 10 minutes away from where I lived.
It was a hot summer Sunday, and while visiting her that morning, I had given her some deworming medicine, a brand I had never used before.
The day was lovely, and I fell asleep outside in a comfortable chair under some trees.
Suddenly, I popped up, wide awake. "Something is wrong at the barn," I thought to myself.
I just knew I had to go there immediately.
Upon arriving, I found Echo in her stall looking very uncomfortable. She wasn't eating her hay and if horses could vomit, she probably would have, but horse's aren't designed that way.
I stayed with her for several hours, doing some gentle energy work with her. Finally she relaxed and began eating. I knew then that she would be fine.
Because I received her message telepathically and responded immediately, I had probably saved her from having colic on a day when no one else would have been around for many hours to help her.
Since horses can die from colic, I considered us both very "lucky." It was a few years later that I finally realized that I was truly communicating telepathically with Echo.
What would we do without telepathic communication with animals?
Those of us who have been communicating telepathically since childhood may have convinced ourselves as we grew up that we were imagining these conversations.
Some of us buried our abilities, hid them away, and forgot how to use them.
Others, like myself, kept using them, but then would quickly compartmentalize them or label them as intuition or some bizzare coincidence.
Today, I can no longer even imagine not being able to communicate telepathically with my own animals. It is a part of my daily life and I've come to take it for granted.
Of course, I also communicate telepathically for clients as well. I find it very satisfying to hear (or know or feel or sense or intuit) what an animal is thinking about, or feeling, or wanting their person to understand.
You, too, can expand your telepathic abilities with animals.
I encourage you to make it your intention to keep practicing. The old adage, "use it or lose it" really does apply to this as to any skill.
Here are few tips on expanding your abilities:
- Just start having conversations every day about something. They don't have to be long conversations. You just have to do it until it becomes automatic - a habit.
- Tell your animals you want to practice speaking telepathically with them. One or more of them will probably volunteer to help you. Just ask them!
- Always acknowledge what an animal says, and if s/he makes a request, do your best to grant it and then follow through.
- BE PLAYFUL! If you're too serious, you may block out the funny little quips and "smart ass" comments some animals love to make.
- Expand your telepathic horizons. When you're outside and you see a wild animal or even if you see one through a window, take a moment to say, "Hello" and notice the response. If you get one, identify yourself. If not, that's OK, too.
The more you speak
telepathically with animals,
the more your abilities will expand.
As you've seen, even a "knowing" can make a vital difference, especially if you pay attention to it, follow through, and give yourself acknowledgment for doing so.
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To review other basics of telepathic communication, consider the TWA Basic Principles home study course which will help you review the basics and renew your skills.
Need help with a conversation you're having with your animals? An Animal Communication Session with a professional can provide feedback, give confirmation, and unlock a mystery that you may be struggling to understand about your animal.