Learn to communicate in a language your animal truly understands! Animal Communication happens all the time between humans and animals, and among animals in the same or different species. It comes in the form of body language, telepathy, sounds and signals. Your animals in your household are picking up on your words and feelings at all times and you are picking up on theirs as well. This course offers simple steps that you will learn to allow you to connect with your animal in a meaningful way, and establish a mutual understanding of each other.
Telepathy is the transference of pictures, words and feelings. Animals communicate this way. A great example of this is when a small herd of buck take off without any seeming signal. Or a flock of birds all seem to know they need to get out of the way. When we talk or think, we are actually thinking in pictures. When we speak out loud, whether we know it or not, we are transmitting pictures. We are also always picking up pictures, even if we don’t realize it. I like to illustrate this because, a lot of times, we think things are our idea.
When you suddenly get off the couch and, as if you were a robot, being driven by something, go and get the leash to take a walk you didn’t even feel like taking, you were probably being sent directions by your dog! If the dog beats you to the leash, either they had been sending you the message for a long time, or your abrupt pictures led them to run to catch up, because, they finally get to go on the walk!
Pictures, words and feelings are telepathically being bandied about, at all times. I know that some people don’t think they see pictures. They don’t even realize they think in pictures. I had one student that used to come to my workshops and say “I don’t see anything from the animals. When I close my eyes, I only see black”. I knew she was seeing pictures, because of the images she would describe after doing a reading of one of my animals. After a couple of workshops, one day, this same student said “And I saw a lot of greenery, like bushes, behind the barn.” All of the other students and I just looked at each other. I said to her “Okay, you finally admitted that you “saw” greenery. She was amazed. Like I had been saying all along, she was indeed thinking in pictures also, it is just so subtle, she didn’t realize she was doing it until she said those words!
Many people say, “if only my dog could talk” or “my cat is acting funny” or they simply can’t understand why their sweet loving horse is suddenly bucking. Everyone secretly wishes they could communicate with animals. What if you could hear what they had to say? What if they truly understood what you wanted them to hear? What if you had a simple and effective system for connecting and communicating with your animals?
Animal communication is demystified when you realize how much you are already doing it. If you come home from work, after a stressful day, they are aware of it. If you are not on your “game” because of your physical health, they are aware of it. This is where animal communication begins
During this course, you will be guided through specific, easy to use steps that will allow you to:
- – Learn what your animal really wants and learn to ask the right questions
- – Be able to communicate with your animal in ways they can understand
- – Learn how your feelings are sending messages to your animals
- – Notice how your thoughts affect animal behaviour
- – Understand the essence or persona of the animal
- – Recognize physical issues in your animal
What this E course consists of:
- A PDF manual with all the information you will need to learn how to communicate with animals
- A video teaching of me guiding you in a step by step process.
- Exercises and tools to prepare you psychically for communicating with your chosen animal.
- Personalised case studies grading the student so they can receive the certification of graduation.
The fee for this course is R1 800 and to enroll now, please call me or Whatsapp me on 072 971 8450 and as soon as I receive your payment, I will email you all the material.