Daily I am greeted with questions from 2-legged clients and folks interested in animal communication. They are curious, they want to know how/why/when/if animal communication works. There is so much curiosity about animal communication that I’ve decided to take these questions and turn them into blog posts! Because one thing is for sure…..if someone is asking that question, there are more folks out there who are wondering the same thing and looking for the answer!
So welcome to Inquiring Minds in Animal Communication!
Today’s question: What if I don’t hear words when I’m communicating with the animals? Am I doing it wrong?
Answer: Absolutely not! As my horse Shiloh says, the only wrong way to do animal communication is to not do it at all.
Intuitive information comes through different avenues for different people. It can come through our senses, our dreams, even through another person. We may hear the answer through thoughts or words in our mind, we may hear the answer through the words of another person, either in real life or virtually. We may see pictures, feel emotional or physical feelings, smell a scent, have a physical taste. Whatever way the information comes to you is how it comes to you at that time.
The information at first comes through your avenue of least resistance – through whatever way you are most open to receiving the information. If you like words, like to talk, the information may first come to you through words. If you’re an artist or a photographer, the information may come to you through pictures or colors. You get the idea.
As you become more experienced and open to receiving intuitive information, you may find it begins to come to you in different ways. Maybe now you’re dreaming the information, or have a sudden, instant knowing.
What’s important is that you are experiencing the information, regardless of the way it comes to you.
Leave your comment, let me know if this information was helpful to you! Also, if you have a question about animal communication, please submit it either in the comments below or send me an email. If you are wondering about an animal communication, you’re not the only one!