What If The Animal’s Voice Sounds Like Mine?

February 20, 2014 by  
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What If The Animal's Voice Sounds Like Mine?


When you are clairaudient, meaning you are hearing telepathically, the voice most often sounds exactly like your own voice in your head.

When first learning animal communication, this is one reason why it's so easy to doubt that you're receiving telepathically.  However, continued practice will demonstrate a variety of differences in reception.

For example, some animals speak at a normal volume.  Others may shout.  Others are so quiet that the messages come through in a whisper or even almost completely silently.

Some animals seem to speak with accents.  There was a French Bulldog I spoke with years ago who had a French accent.  He was born in the US, so I have no idea why I heard him that way.  But each time I spoke with him, there it was!

A mare I spoke with once had a definitely Southern accent, and then there was the very, very elderly cat who sounded like an immigrant whose natural language was Yiddish.  This cat had all the inflections and intonations of someone from that culture.

It's best to go into conversations being open to whatever we receive in whatever form is comes.  Then, as you have conversations with more and more animals, you'll find that while mostly their voices sound like your own, you truly are communicating telepathically with animals.



The Owl’s Corner #2, Sept. 2011 – The Hunt

September 25, 2011 by  
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Hunting is still a way of life for many humans. Is there a way to hunt for our food and still honor the animals?

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Emily asks:

I'm interested in hunting this year and I want to get a turkey and a deer. I have the book Animal Voices and I looked at it a bunch, but I guess my question is this:

If I ask the animal if I can use his/her body,
how will I know what the answer is?

I'm also looking into a sort of Native American way of honoring their spirit and body before and after the hunt.

I guess, to answer my own question, would be for me to just honor the animal and trust my intuition.

I've never hunted before but I would like to experience it.

I'm wondering if you had any thoughts or ideas about the process of respecting/honoring the animal.