September 20, 2020

Giving animals a voice is very special work

GIVING ANIMALS A VOICE IS VERY SPECIAL WORK By, Eden Scott Cross What is your animal friend thinking… wouldn’t you love to know? Maybe you need to know what’s going on inside of them… how is she feeling… is the medicine making him feel worse? Does my best friend want the surgery? Why doesn’t she like this new trainer? Why suddenly isn’t he eating his food? Where is she feeling pain and what kind of pain? Etc…

Giving animals a voice is very special work

By, Eden Scott Cross

What is your animal friend thinking… wouldn’t you love to know?  Maybe you need to know what’s going on inside of them… how is she feeling… is the medicine making him feel worse? Does my best friend want the surgery? Why doesn’t she like this new trainer?  Why suddenly isn’t he eating his food? Where is she feeling pain and what kind of pain? Etc…GIVING ANIMALS A VOICE IS VERY SPECIAL WORK  By, Eden Scott Cross   What is your animal friend thinking… wouldn’t you love to know?  Maybe you need to know what’s going on inside of them… how is she feeling… is the medicine making him feel worse? Does my best friend want the surgery? Why doesn’t she like this new trainer?  Why suddenly isn’t he eating his food? Where is she feeling pain and what kind of pain? Etc…

So, what’s this about Animal communication, you ask. It is some kind of hocus pocus?  No, it’s a very real and often exceptionally helpful modality, that can do wonders for our animal friends and we their human family and care givers.  It’s telepathic communication with an animal, mind-to-mind and heart-to-heart.

What is Telepathy? The word originates from the Greek words tele meaning far and pathos, feeling.  It means ‘the communication of feelings and impressions from a distance’.   Animal Communicators are able to listen to an animal it in its own language, in order to obtain information from that animals’ personal viewpoint.  As you know, animals communicate through their body language, odors they express and sounds they make. What you may not know, is that they also communicate through the transmission of their feelings, emotions, sensations and impressions, images, thoughts, and yes – even words (typically words are obtained from domesticated animals or ones who’ve been around humans).

Why would an animal need to have a reading?  Readings shed light on what your animal is feeling emotionally or physically, how they’re coping with unresolved issues, what brought about a sudden change in behavior, relationship conflicts, dealing with an animals’ grief or fears, destructive activities, aggression… your questioning is it time for them to pass on… understanding their distress after a catastrophic event eg: Hurricane, Tornado, Flood, Fire, death, divorce, vacation away from your pet… and more.GIVING ANIMALS A VOICE IS VERY SPECIAL WORK  By, Eden Scott Cross   What is your animal friend thinking… wouldn’t you love to know?  Maybe you need to know what’s going on inside of them… how is she feeling… is the medicine making him feel worse? Does my best friend want the surgery? Why doesn’t she like this new trainer?  Why suddenly isn’t he eating his food? Where is she feeling pain and what kind of pain? Etc…

After a reading, many animals act a bit differently, feeling honored and respected in a very special way, by their human(s). Animals are often very appreciative, realizing they’ve finally been heard and hopefully understood!  You too, may find yourself feeling closer to them. Better communication is the key to a finer, deeper caring in all relationships.

Once a care giver understands an animals’ issue(s) from its’ own perspective (not simply a typically perceived notion), an animal in jeopardy of being euthanized can sometimes be saved, etc.  Many issues are resolved once understood and properly handled. Put yourself in their place — it helps you really begin to “get it” from their perspective… and by the way, animals don’t appreciate humans doubting their intelligence.

Animal communicators (like other professionals), have varied strengths and abilities. Some work in- person with the animal, while others may do a reading over the phone or they may work from a photograph of the animal. Some are also able to do readings with animals who no longer walk amongst us, but have passed on… These readings help many people to have closure and obtain a measure of peace while dealing with their loss.

Remember, a true animal communicator will always give you evidential information that proves to you beyond a doubt that they’re talking / communicating with your animal friend.GIVING ANIMALS A VOICE IS VERY SPECIAL WORK  By, Eden Scott Cross   What is your animal friend thinking… wouldn’t you love to know?  Maybe you need to know what’s going on inside of them… how is she feeling… is the medicine making him feel worse? Does my best friend want the surgery? Why doesn’t she like this new trainer?  Why suddenly isn’t he eating his food? Where is she feeling pain and what kind of pain? Etc…

Note: “While I may describe certain pain your pet is feeling or a health issue, this does not take the place of consulting with a licensed Veterinary professional to maintain your animal’s best health.”

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