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    02-17-2009, 11:49 PM
intuitive animal communication

I am studying the art of animal communication which I have been so far successful at. I am a psychic working for the last 10 years and have now started working with animals especially horses.Mr Bear my horse is very good at it and we work together at solving everyday problems that arise between us.Is there anyone out there that can do the same thing?
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    02-18-2009, 09:34 AM
I think anytime you spend a considerable amount of hours with an animal you get to know how they react to things. I don't consider it have psychic ability. But power to should get a show on Animal Planet like that one lady.
    02-18-2009, 12:15 PM
I do some animal communication for myself and friends, and it's been very successful. I also work with two animal communicators that are professional (as in do that for a living) and they are wonderful and great at helping me get better at it. Often I find it harder to get details out of my own animals not b/c they aren't willing but b/c there is a lot more that I "want" to hear that I'm working on filtering out. For example, I do past life readings for people and have found that I specifically need to be careful with my own animals to ensure that it's not "wishful thinking" and will in those cases use an animal communicator to further clarify as I get better at this.

It's a learned skill, and like all skills some are better at it than others. There's a lot to it, in being open minded and having a clear head. I'm not really good with having an "on/off" switch and have immense respect for people that do this full time for a living. Right now I just do this for some friends in exchange for a donation of their choice to the horse rescue I work with :)

Would love to share stories/network and so on.
    02-23-2009, 09:14 PM
I'm not sure if you can count this but I certainly do. I try very hard to work with and talk to my horse, and all animals at their level, in their language. So I spend alot of time watching herd dynamics in the field, reading or watching how animals interact with each other and trying to use that as the translator for when I work with them. Of course it means becoming part of the herd or pack or flock before working with an animal, but in the long run it makes everything we do better for both of us.
    02-23-2009, 09:47 PM
Thanks guys nice to know there are like minded girls out there
    02-24-2009, 04:42 AM
I have had some experience with animal communication. I have had my horse read several times. I my self have the start of the ability as I tend to get waves of emotion from my animals...Especially my horse. I am hoping in the summer to take a course with a woman who was trained by Penlope Smith.
    02-24-2009, 01:12 PM
I work with my horse as far as understanding horse mentality/heard mentality, body language, etc. But as far as people who claim to be able to "speak" to my horse, I am a bit apprehensive. I tend to be willing to believe a lot, but it seems like they will just tell me my horse is hungry and wants me to stop doing serpentine's with him haha.

Im also not willing to fork over the money to get a reading done though so I guess that plays a part =P
    02-24-2009, 01:39 PM
Yes, I can 'do' it too. I've talked to several friends' animals for them.

I talk with my animals all the time - it's pretty much automatic, like you'd have a conversation with people, but it's harder work to talk to animals you're not around all the time and I find I have to practice and keep at it, and it can be really emotionally draining. For instance, a lady asked me to talk to her two 'rescue' ponies who didn't want to be caught - and how do you tell someone that these ponies simply wanted to be left alone and didn't want anything to do with her?

So I don't tend to talk to other people's animals, unless I've already done so and know them a bit already, but I do have a very close connection with my own.
    02-24-2009, 01:44 PM
Originally Posted by Jenna    
For instance, a lady asked me to talk to her two 'rescue' ponies who didn't want to be caught - and how do you tell someone that these ponies simply wanted to be left alone and didn't want anything to do with her?

But isn't that just common sense? Im not meaning to sound rude, just curious. I mean...when you say you have conversastions with it like "Hows the weather" or is it more understanding why a horse is doing something
    02-24-2009, 02:14 PM
No, I see where you're coming from. In this instance, this lady just sent me a photo of her two ponies - I knew nothing about them beyond their names, and I got that response from them.

I have conversations with mine, as in everyday sort of stuff - what my dogs think of snow, if they're hungry, sometimes I'll 'tune in' to my horses just to catch up and see what they're up to at that precise moment. It's harder with other people's animals as they usually want specific questions answered, ie 'does he love me' or 'why does he do that' - often things I can't answer!

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