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post #1 of 19 Old 04-15-2008, 12:27 AM Thread Starter
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Animal communication

Hey everyone! I am curious if any of you have ever experienced animal communication with your horse. Positive or negative, I'd love to hear! I am a true believer due to my experiences and after hearing others. I have not yet called in on my girls but am anxious to do so!
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post #2 of 19 Old 04-15-2008, 12:43 AM
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I had Banjo tell me Niketa ( my cousins horse ), was hurt.
They were in seperate paddocks but next to each other. They were standing together by the fence. I was out filling the troughs, and Banjo just wouldnt stop looking at me, it was like he was trying to get me to focus on him, something about they way he was looking and everything was different than normal, but i didnt know why. So i was thinking ok wats up. Went over to see him and noticed Niketa was resting 2 of her legs, a front and back.....and i was thinking thats odd. I tried to get her to take a couple steps becaue i coudnt see what was wrong. And OMG she really couldnt do it :( So i ran and got her owner. We ended up getting a vet out, and it turned out she had a stone bruse , plus had badly foundered in her front hoof...

Banjo the legend had stayed by her untill he could get someone to notice, he even stayed with her when i took off and got help, not untill the vet and stuff were there did he leave her side

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dont know if thats what you were meaning, lol, but yea. One of my favourite memories of owning Banjo
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post #3 of 19 Old 04-15-2008, 10:26 AM Thread Starter
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aw, that's awesome. Horses do do that I have noticed before! We have these two old horses we keep together and one morning one of them was having a belly ache. The other guy was doing the same thing. Seemed he was saying like, "Hello? We need someone over here, he's not feeling so hot!" haha.
I was talking more on the lines of calling an animal communicator about your horse. My friend called in about her horse and the main thing that stuck out to me was that he told her his left front often hurt after being shod. And to tell the farrier that he needed to be more careful with his angles. Well, a few weeks prior to that he was dead lame after a shoeing and we found out because his hoof angles were much too sharp. That was pretty amazing.
Another time was my trainer's beloved horse coliced really bad three yrs ago and they called an animal communicator and he told them somehow ( I dont exactly remember) that he had a growth on his intestines that had looped over another part of the intestine. Anyway, when the vet came out that's exactly what she found. I blew me away. Unfortunately, the poor guy had to go that night. :(
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post #4 of 19 Old 04-15-2008, 05:20 PM
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personally no. I would never have someone do that to my horses as I would feel it would be a giant waste of my time and money for someone to come and pretend to 'talk' with my horses. I don't believe in phsycics (wow I can't spell) or anything to that degree.

No offense to people who use those means this is just my opinion of them
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post #5 of 19 Old 04-15-2008, 05:31 PM
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I don't really 'talk' to her like that, but I know that she knows how I'm feeling & I can understand her too. ;) Just by body language I guess.

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personally no. I would never have someone do that to my horses as I would feel it would be a giant waste of my time and money for someone to come and pretend to 'talk' with my horses. I don't believe in phsycics (wow I can't spell) or anything to that degree.

No offense to people who use those means this is just my opinion of them
Hey no problem. :) Thanks for the input!!
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personally no. I would never have someone do that to my horses as I would feel it would be a giant waste of my time and money for someone to come and pretend to 'talk' with my horses. I don't believe in phsycics (wow I can't spell) or anything to that degree.

No offense to people who use those means this is just my opinion of them
Hey no problem. :) Thanks for the input!!
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post #8 of 19 Old 04-17-2008, 06:26 AM
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i dont no hey. i find others experiences very interesting but i dont no whether or not i believe it. i guess im sitting on the fence in the middle and watching. i would definitely try it though because if they told me something that no one else knew but my horse id be stoked. i definitely dont doubt that people have gifts like that and other science fiction abilities.

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post #9 of 19 Old 04-17-2008, 10:35 AM Thread Starter
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ha, I know. It's a pretty bogus thing to believe in. I still am like, I dont know about this, but I really feel there's things about this world that we have no comprehension of. A lady I knew said animal communication is listening to your initial, gut thoughts and blurting them out. The more you practice, the more accurate you become. Who knows!
Pretty interesting though!
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post #10 of 19 Old 04-18-2008, 12:34 AM
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No, I don't believe in it, but I talked to one lady years ago when I was considering selling my mare, and she said some things (appearantly that Dancer had "said" to her) that made me feel much better about letting her go. Thing was, it was free... I don't think I could ever justify paying a "horse communicator."


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