Animal Communication: A Meditation to Ignite Your Telepathic Spark
by Lisa Shaw, OM Times
Animal communication tells us that healing isn’t restricted to physical discomfort or ailments; healing occurs in our mental and emotional systems, which are often the precursor to whatever physical issues befall us. Even more significant is that our own telepathic healing is not restricted to our individual selves; as we heal, we affect all energies that surround us.
Those of us who live with animals and wish for their maximum health and wellness are able to manifest those wishes through spiritual and telepathic tools, the easiest of which is meditation. Using meditation as a vehicle for animal communication, you are able to learn more about your animal’s needs on emotional, physical, and spiritual levels.
Animal Communication Facilitation
Sometimes, an illness not readily identifiable can be discerned simply by asking an animal who appears unwell precisely where the pain or discomfort is. We can asking a grieving animal (a common state for those who have lost their own companions) what we can do to comfort them. Animals appreciate the opportunity to express themselves this way.
Consider how frustrated they are when their caretakers don’t recognize what they need most deeply. Working on your animal communication abilities through meditation and visualization is a prescription for their wellness and wholeness. It will enrich your relationship as well, in ways you could never before fathom.
Meditation to Enhance Telepathic Connection
Here is a meditation to help you communicate with your animals for their highest good. The residual benefits for you are, naturally, relaxation and exercising your telepathic, intuitive abilities.
Begin by relaxing through breathing. Intentional breathing slows your system down and opens channels for release and acceptance of new healing energies. Inhale through your nose to the count of four. Hold it to the count of four. Release slowly through your mouth to the count of eight. Again: In for four, hold for four, release through your mouth to eight. As you repeat this, feel your body release tension and your mind begin to relax.
World-renowned animal communicator Amelia Kinkade
Do animals really think and feel just like us?
Exactly. They fall in love, they grieve, they reason, they laugh, they hope, they dream, they scheme, they play tricks on us, and they guide and direct our paths more that we could ever imagine. Not only do animals have an astonishing awareness of the emotional climate in their households, they can explain what their humans do for a living, what their psychological limitations are, who they recently married or divorced, where their humans are planning to vacation, who recently passed away in their human’s families and if babies are on the way. Animals can describe in detail not only their own medical conditions but also the medical conditions of their owners. They fall in love deeply, and even those animals who don’t scientifically “mate for life” like dogs, cats, and horses, lament the loss of their chosen loved ones for years after their separation.
Animals experience the full spectrum of human emotion. Although they don’t always express these psychological dynamics in human fashion, it is dangerous and foolish to assume they are not capable of our entire range of emotion. In fact, it has been my experience that their scope is sometimes larger than that of humans not only in terms of their spontaneity, loyalty, ferocity, grace, and unprecedented powers of forgiveness, but I’ve found that they are also privy to transcendental states of consciousness and more miraculous states of deep healing not accessible to most humans. The unspoken collective human agreement is that animals are shapes, not volumes, empty outlines with nothing inside. From a dimensional sensibility, I view animals for what they are: three dimensional beings with minds, hearts, and souls, not 2D cartoon characters bred for our exploitation.
How can I learn to listen to animals?
Learning to quiet your mind and enter the silence is the foundation of every skill I can present to you. Only an empty cup can be filled. When we think a thought, it is our natural tendency to manufacture our next thought with no time in between. We rarely–if ever–listen. Only when our mind is at rest can we receive intuitive impressions from the outside. Start by sitting in complete silence for a few minutes every day. Learn to turn off your brain as if it were a radio station that perpetually sends programming out into the ethers. Give the deejay a coffee break. Instead of allowing your mind to be filled with thoughts and fears–products only of the past and worries about the future–focus your mind on the present moment. Now focus on your heart. Let your breath be your only song. Now sit with your animal–in the moment–in love…and listen.
How can I tell if it’s “just my imagination” or if the information is really coming from outside of me?
Intuitive data has a slightly different quality than the images we manufacture from the inside. The thoughts come in quicker, or sharper, or warmer, or funnier, or they seem to hit us “from left field.” Only when you become acutely aware of what kind of information your own mind perpetually manufactures can you identify data from the outside. The first step is to learn to monitor your own thinking process at all times. Many people don’t really know what they themselves are thinking or feeling. Get to know the contents of your own mind.
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