Animal Communication – If you have ever felt that your animal wished to communicate with you but didn’t know where to begin, you are not alone. Millions of people make animals an important part of their lives, but it is a far lower number that can actually understand what the animal needs, want, and feels.
It takes an experienced animal communicator to gain insight into the needs and wants of one of our animal friends. Sometimes, animal communication techniques include communication through the mind, such as with animal communication telepathy.
It is also possible to read the energy field of an animal to pick up on cues that the animal sends off. Using techniques specific to the task at hand is decided on a per-case basis, but no matter how the service is performed you can be sure that the animal will feel more at peace having been ‘heard’.
What is Animal Communication?
In a telepathic sense, animal communication is similar to what we do as children before we are trained to depend on written and spoken forms of communication.
While all humans possess the innate ability to communicate with animals, and indeed each other, in this way, it takes a good deal of practice and experience to keep the necessary telepathic doors open.
An animal communicator using a telepathic connection with the animal can transmit feelings and intentions to the animal and receive them as well. This includes being able to transmit mental imagery, emotional states, ideas, concepts, and more.
Put simply, communicating with animals through telepathy or any other method is a lot like tapping into the natural modes of communication that animals already put to use.
Forms of Animal Communication
Animals use a variety of ways to communicate with members of their own species as well as with others, and they accomplish all of that with none of the structures linguistic systems that we use. Despite their lack of words, animals have a lot to share about themselves and the worlds around them.
The best-known forms of animal communication are visual (gestures, facial expressions, gaze-following, color change and bioluminescent) auditory (vocal communication), touch (tactile communication, huddling, social integration, mating, grooming, stroking or rubbing, fighting and foraging) olfactory (chemical communication – smell), electric (electrocommunication), seismic (vibrational signals), thermal (infrared thermal radiation) and telepathic (distant perception).
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