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Dear Pet Column,
I recently heard about the growing number of people who practice animal communication. Is it real and how does it work?
To best answer your question, I interviewed a few recognized leaders in animal communication, admitting that there are many who work in this field, and I have no opinion that one is better than another. The first interview was with Lauren McCall. who teaches animal communication worldwide.
“Animal communication is telepathy between humans and animals. Every being has its own frequency, just like a radio station. When we connect with an animal telepathically, it’s like tuning our radio to that animal’s frequency, just as you would tune your radio to find a particular station,” she said. “To take this analogy further, radio waves travel great distances, around the globe in fact. Similarly, animal communication can be done remotely. I have clients all over the world. Distance is not an obstacle. I’m very interested in quantum mechanics and I believe that one day science will catch up with things like telepathy and be able to account for it in a rational, scientific way.
Tera Thomas was the next animal communicator I spoke with. She runs an animal sanctuary in North Carolina called “Hummingbird Farm”, where she teaches convicted animal abusers how to emotionally connect with animals.
“Telepathy is the language behind all language, it is the feeling that wants to express itself. In our unique human way, we find words to express our thoughts and feelings, often forgetting that words had a source, a source from which they sprang. Telepathy knows neither time nor space, so it is possible to speak to another distant being, or even to a being who no longer lives in a physical body. We are all telepaths, it is part of our nature, but we have covered our abilities with layers of doubt and disbelief.
As a Cornell University professor put it: “Some psychic researchers theorize that senses such as these may have once existed in man, only to be overwhelmed in some way or another. another in the evolutionary process. Perhaps people with apparent psychic powers are just tapping into once-used, but long-forgotten abilities.”
I think the important thing about animal communication, beyond how it works, is whether it works. Eve Haslam, another animal communicator and teacher, commented: “To this day I don’t understand it, but I have witnessed success after success and reveled in the transformations in the relationship between animals and humans.
So consider this pet column as an introduction to animal communication. In a future column, we will explore its applications. In the meantime, if you want to get your animal telepathy skills back come to the sanctuary to chat with me, I’ll give you a hint of what you’ll hear, “take me home…”
My name is Teenie, a two-year-old homeless cat. I’ve been waiting for a home since last May, far too much of my life has been without family. I don’t know why I continue to be overlooked by adopters. I’m adorable inside and out and get along well with other cats, although a little uncertain about these canine creatures. I am ready for my real life to begin, come meet me today.
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