‘An international research team develops a way to say “hello” with your mind’
By Corinne Iozzio
October 2, 2014
I found this piece recently, bearing in mind my pledge to you that the basis of these blogs was one of scientific evidence.
The evidence in the article relates only to the telepathic communication of one human brain to another. It appears that science is still in the process of catching up with reality as far as the mind to mind communication between a human and an animal is concerned.
Had I not had the privilege of communicating with animals telepathically for almost 5 years to this point, the article would cause me no concern.
The dog’s kidneys were working only at 30%
However, telepathic communication does exist. Otherwise, how would I have witnessed the positive changes I’ve made to the lives of humans and animals? How would I have been able to suggest to one client recently that what the vet could only diagnose as separation anxiety may be a medical issue?
On my client asking for a second opinion from another vet, further tests discovered the dog’s kidneys were working only at 30% of their capacity and the vet was at that point testing for Cushings Disease.
Considering the bad press given to Reiki and other forms of energy healing before its recognition recently, I am confident that telepathic animal communication will soon be recognised as a household name.
I will repeat the message by Abert Einstein
‘It is possible that human emanations exist that are still unknown to us. Do you remember how electrical currents and ‘unseen waves’ were laughed at? The knowledge about man is still in its infancy’.
We are all telepathic beings
Animals communicate verbally, through body language, behaviour, and facial expression just the same as us. However, they also communicate telepathically within their own species and externally. Telepathic animal communication is as vital to improving the lives of the animals in our care as the energy we are able to manipulate for health and well-being.
Communicating telepathically is our true nature. It is how we communicated long before we learned the language of words. It is who we are.
It is a non-verbal exchange of information between human and animal using the senses. Rather than being a language of words and physical interpretation, it is a language of feelings. It is one of the most natural forms of communication.
Let your intuition guide you
Animals communicate telepathically all the time. The human ability to communicate telepathically is inbuilt when we are born. However, for many of us, our telepathic skills often become surplus to requirements; they grow weak and rusty. They lie dormant, trapped by mountains of noise and clutter that rule our busy minds. However, the channel to our telepathic mind, guided by our intuition (sixth sense), can be re-opened at any time.
A whole new level of understanding
In being able to restore our telepathic ability we return to our true nature; we are able to tune into the energy field of the animals we share our lives with. This in itself can be incredibly healing for all concerned while forging a deeper understanding, and building on our relationship with our animals.
This type of communication is invaluable in us being able to understand animal behaviours, along with their physical and emotional environment from a different perspective to the outdated teachings that we must come from a place of dominance.
Body language is a by-product
We often tend to focus on body language, behaviour, facial expressions and tone of voice. When in the presence of an animal it is important to get a feel of what the animal is physically and emotionally conveying. However, it is also important to know that the physical manifestations are usually a byproduct of how our animals and we are feeling. It makes sense therefore that we focus on how the animal is feeling rather than on the physical symptoms.
Animal Communication holds no boundaries
When connecting telepathically with an animal distantly, the option of looking at the physically animated body is not an option. However, the very nature and energy of this powerful therapy holds no boundaries.
A quiet mind with slow, deep, and gentle breaths will move us away from our own thinking state to a peaceful place where we can gently place our attention on how the animal is feeling.
Cambridge Declaration of Consciousness
Although humans and animals have communicated telepathically for thousands of years, science has only recently caught up with what is natural; on 7th July 2012 The Cambridge Declaration on Consciousness declared animals as ‘sentient beings’, meaning it is proven that animals can experience the same positive and negative emotions that we do, including pain and distress.
They also have the ability to exhibit intentional conscious behaviours. Its existence can no longer be ignored.
However, the Declaration did not go so far as to confirm that we and animals have the ability to connect on a telepathic level.
Symptoms simultaneously disappear
The Telepathic Animal Communication process helps us to gain the trust of an animal. In doing so we can effectively give simple explanations and ask specific questions of the animal that help us to understand what has happened in their past or present environment, and so begin the healing process.
When we can reach the core of why an animal presents a particular behaviour, body language, facial expression or vocal, the symptoms will very often simultaneously disappear.
Animals reflect our own feelings
In my work as an Animal Communicator, I have learned that very often animals reflect our own feelings – the positives and the negatives! They know what is going on emotionally, physically, and energetically in the lives of the humans they live with.
Through their behaviours and health, they tell us what they know. When we are able to listen, we will see we are holding the same symptoms. We can make the changes necessary to improve our own lives, health, and the environment. In turn, the physical, emotional, and energetic lives of our animals will improve.
Come from a place of passion and trust
Animal Communication can help with training an animal.
I remember the days of training animals before I knew of telepathic animal communication. I realise now that there was very often a ‘physical’ or ‘emotional’ cost to the animal in question, due to my own frustrations and failings at not getting them to instantly understand what I wanted of them even though I meant well. I always came from a place of compassion and trust … or so I thought!
My big lesson? When we start listening to our animals, they will also begin listening to us.
A safe space where the animal will listen
No matter what method of training you use, telepathic animal communication will always play a beneficial part in helping to create a clearer direction. In being able to ask our animals about their wants and needs, we can achieve great things and amazing partnerships.
This type of communication helps to build trust, confidence, and create a safe space where the animal will listen.
Wow … imagine being able to hear your beloved animal when he light-heartedly tells you that he does not care for the taste of a particular food; or being able to hear him and act according to his wishes when he quietly asks to be released from a tired, old or painful body.
We are privileged to share our lives with animals. We should take the time to work on ourselves so that we are worthy of them.
From now on, be aware of when you say a sentence that begins “I am”. For example, “I am happy” or “I am sad”.
Instead, say “I feel happy” or “I feel sad”.
Be aware of the feeling you have in your body. This exercise is more powerful than you may realise to begin with. Being aware of your ‘feeling’ state is vital if you are to connect with your animal on this deeper level.
I’m so excited to hear about your regular updates on the new amazing journey ahead of you! I’d love for you to comment below if you enjoyed this blog post. Please also share it if you believe it will help others in your social community.