Animal Communication is the sending & receiving of information between animal and human telepathically, & interpreted by the human via intuition.
Believe or believe it not, you have the power of telepathy and intuition within you. It’s a vital element in connecting with animals on a level where they can convey their needs and wants clearly. It removes the need for making assumptions, second guessing, and dealing with symptoms. In using this method of communication you are able to come to agreements with an animal, making life easier for all concerned.
Sadly, animals often go unheard because our thoughts and emotions get in the way.
Below is my latest experience with Animal Communication and the gorgeous chap in the photo, with permission given by his guardian to post my findings of the sessions and the client’s testimonial in the hope that you will be inspired to re-open the natural gift you were born with. This is an example of what you can achieve if you have the belief and the commitment. It can be life changing for you and the animals in your care.
I received an enquiry for an Animal Communication session from a lady called Pat, referred by Jo Huntsman, an expert Kinesiologist who had helped Harry to settle into his new home with Pat by means of a Kinesiology session.
Pat was at her wits end with Harry’s uncontrollable habits and behaviour. He would also frantically bark when left on his own.
His history, up until around 18 months old was a mystery; Pat’s daughter had taken him in from a local rescue centre in 2011 where Harry had been aged at around 18 months old.
He remained with Pat’s daughter and family, where he was given the best care and attention, until recently when it was agreed that Harry would live with Pat and her husband due to personal family reasons. Pat advised me that prior to her daughter taking him in, Harry had been found roaming the streets resulting in his time in the Rescue Centre.
When I connected with Harry from a photo for the first time at Pat’s request, it became apparent that the issues were many, and included a mixture of blocked energies stemming right back to puppyhood, behaviours due to a lack of proper learning processes as a puppy and generally throughout his life, and natural traits relating to the Rhodesian Ridgeback breed.
In spite of his abrupt and straightforward manner towards me, Harry felt quite disillusioned, misunderstood and never quite knew how to behave. Boundaries were alien to him due to having insufficient positive human direction and positive input while Harry was a puppy and as he grew into an adult.
I felt he had never had any constructive empathetic direction, only stern commands. Pat confirmed later that abrupt commands were necessary because Harry would not listen to nice quiet ones. She was desperate to help Harry and told me that she hoped it was a case of misunderstanding between dog and humans. Trainers had come and gone with little success.
During my first connection with Harry, he gave me the impression he had lots to get off his chest, but right now was not the time. He did take up my offer of sending him healing energy. After a little while, Harry began to slowly release some anger and frustration while I supported him remotely.
Pat had asked me to look into various behaviour concerns she had about Harry, for example, the need to steal clothes and shoes and take them to his bed; his obvious aggression towards cyclists, horse riders, joggers, children, and his refusal to do his business in the back garden.
Typically with animals suffering anxieties and vulnerability, Harry would sleep in a protective curl.
During my second connection with Harry, his energy had changed dramatically for the better; it was lighter, brighter and certainly calmer. He had processed a great deal and was now quite willing to talk to me. By asking specific questions of Harry, I was able to build a picture of Harry’s life as he gave me information telepathically.
By asking specific questions of Harry, I was able to build a picture of his life. As he gave me information, the negative energy surrounding his past physical and emotional abuse from being a puppy began to dissipate, helped along further by healing energy sent to him with an intention, that supported him in releasing more recent energy blocks.
Once the negative energy had been eliminated I was left with the bare Rhodesian Ridgeback breed – the particular traits of the breed, and the negative behaviours due to a lack of direction which until this point had been misinterpreted by his family and outsiders as disobedience.
Harry made two agreements with me:
- He now felt confident enough to do his business in the back garden;
- He would be calmer around his guardian and not rush around.
The two agreements were quite easy for him to make because the reasons behind the issue of not wanting to do his business in the garden, and his anxieties and frustrations around being with humans no longer existed. The healing abilities of the communication and universal energy had wiped them out.
A third agreement that Pat had requested of Harry was refused by him and was not up for discussion. The issue here was around seeking out and attempting to chase the cats along one of his walking routes. This particular issue was not related to any of his emotional issues; this was a game that Harry liked to play, it excited him. It is a typical pastime of many dogs, and as animals, like us, have free will, they can decide not to abide by our wishes.
Pat, Harry’s guardian is loyal to him; throughout my work with Harry and since, she has implemented and achieved amazing results from the advice and exercises I gave her that enable her to work with Harry on the deeper emotional level rather than the symptomatic physical level.
Below is Pat’s feedback.
‘I contacted Avis Senior Animal Communicator at the recommendation of Kinesiologist Jo Huntsman on completion of her therapy session with Harry with the aim of helping him to settle into his new home with me.
After connecting with Harry, Avis began to explain his behaviours and anxieties in ways that I could easily understand. She was able to fill us in on the 18 months or so before Harry entered our family. I understand now the reason why Harry was anxious about doing his business in our back garden – a garden that triggered memories of the first 18 months or so of his life chained to a kennel in a small yard where he was also forced to do his business, and then physically abused when it had to be cleaned up.
Harry was true to his agreement with Avis and he did his business in the back garden!
He is far more relaxed. When resting after his first connection with Avis, Harry actually slept on his back with his legs in the air. He had never done that before!
Avis has opened our eyes to the fact that we hadn’t been taking enough emotional notice of Harry. Her comprehensive notes and updates have helped us so much and I do understand a lot more.
The exercise Avis taught us to bring our minds and our hearts into the present time with Harry has worked enormously and he has calmed down a lot.
Avis has also given us a good understanding of the breed and that many of his traits that we considered issues will remain because they are associated with the breed and species; she assures us though that they can be toned down to an acceptable level with help from a professional who has an understanding of the breed, ethical learning processes in behaviour, and the emotional levels of animals.
Life with Harry has become much easier since Avis made her first connection with him. I now know that we humans have issues like Harry, and like Harry, we must also learn how to release them.’