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Questions for psychics that can communicate with animals...

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posted on Feb, 21 2012 @ 08:54 PM
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1) What animals do you talk to?

2) Do they have any advice for humans? If so, what advice?

3) Which animals tend to be the most spiritually connected?

4) Do all animals able to experience the huge range of emotions humans can feel, can some feel even more?

5) What do you think about trees and plants and what do they say?

6) What wisdom have you picked up from these experience? How should a person live?




posted on Feb, 21 2012 @ 09:34 PM
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No offense, but I really don't think pet psychics are legitimate. Heck, psychics who cater to the human crowd will lie right to your face, the advantage of reading pets is that they can't confirm/deny/argue with you, and it's that much easier to take the gullible owners money. If anything, they are animal behavioral experts who have found a nice niche for themselves.

I don't think you need a "psychic" to learn from your pets. Seeing that little furry face greet you with their tail waging, or having a cat jump up in your lap and purr like a motorboat, shows that they do have some form of emotion and awareness. If you are feeling down, they tend to come and cheer you up and act sweet towards you. A seemingly meaningless animal, a "lesser being" in some peoples eyes, loves you unconditionally, and it's nearly impossible not to return that love. That's the biggest lesson they have for everyone, and it's the simplest one.



posted on Feb, 21 2012 @ 09:42 PM
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There are animal psychics that knew that they animal was born in another country or that they had been offered a role in a movie but didn't take it and was sad, so many details that you could not know with just basic body language...

Anyway, I'm hoping to get some answers soon. I really want to know what animals psychics think about my questions. What are the philosophy of the animals? Are there one or many? I want answers.



posted on Feb, 21 2012 @ 10:50 PM
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I would recommend to you to research Karen Anderson, she is the real deal. I was also very skeptical that anyone could communicate with animals but she proved me wrong. She has helped me located two lost cats over the last few years and they were found healthy and alive. She has written a book about how she does this and how much healing has taken place between animals and their families by bridging the communication gap between our species. She also teaches an online teleclass for anyone interested in learning how to communicate with their own animals. I have used some of the techniques she has taught and was floored when I actually was able to tune into the minds of my cats, it was quite an experience!



posted on Feb, 21 2012 @ 11:07 PM
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These 'psychics' may be reading doggy body language, sure, but they could tell you anything at all really and who would contradict their tall tale? Not the animal in question!
How do you verify the facts?

Your best bet is to observe the animal friends around you that you love and watch lots of cool documentaries that showcase the best animal nature has to offer... these might give you insights into what you seek...

I think one of the best literary examples of animal behaviour where anthropomorphism or human projection serves a purpose would be The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling.
Animal archetypes are represented in this story that reflect our own fears, failures, communication, social ingenuity and lessons in life.

Or perhaps you could start by researching some of the more basic symbolism surrounding many great animal groups that are prevalent in many indigenous cultures from around the world?
American Indian or Australian aboriginal are just a couple.
Even the artwork created and depicted by our Neanderthal or Ice age ancestors can give you some enlightenment as to the powerful and pervasive spirituality furry fellow earth-dwellers have shared with us side by side for millennia...

Good luck with your mission


Wag



posted on Feb, 21 2012 @ 11:21 PM
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Everyone is entitled to their opinions on this, this is certainly not a run of the mill subject.

I will add that when the animal communicator I mentioned worked with my lost cat and I, the communicator was on the west coast and I am in the mid south, and my cat was about a quarter mile away from me, so the 3 of us were in 3 different locations. Body language had nothing to do with the information she gave me. She was attuned to my cat's mind and gave details only my cat would know.



posted on Feb, 21 2012 @ 11:43 PM
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Very true...
I don't have an opinion either way really.

One of the strangest things that happened to me was when I was a wee tweenager.
I was mid-travel around Australia with my mother.
We were living quite basically out of a car and had been on the road for many months.

With us was my beaut little #zu named Prinny (short for Princess - obviously lol)...
unfortunately she had been injured (long story) and was not travelling well, at this stage we were on a long stretch of road just south of Cairns, a tropical city in northern Queensland.

A house in the distant cane fields offered some much needed rest and water for her so we pulled over and asked the owner if we could water our dog.

Her reaction on seeing Prinny was a little strange to say the least.
She insisted we come inside while the dog lay outside in shade, and immediately told my mother that the dog we had was her dog- or a 'reincarnation' she was certain of it.
Yeh, right huh?

She pulls out an album and shows us photos of her own dog, a #zu that had passed away time earlier.. I don't recall exactly when.
Very similar looking I admitted.

Anyway, mum and I thought she was weird but well meaning.
Until Prinny was allowed inside....
She raced through this womans house and disappeared into a room out the back.
On following, there she was curled up in the old doggy bed in the bedroom where the other dog had always slept.
Fine I thought, she smelt the other dog... whatever, cute.

The lady called her out to the loungeroom again and she responded really well.
Then Prinny rooted behind some curtains and pulled out what this lady insisted was her old dogs favourite toy!

Maybe we were had,
but this woman was in tears and since we couldn't put Prinny through the rigours of further travelling-car-life and we didn't know where we would end up we left her there with a very grateful, extremely lovely lady who we knew would cherish her...
Do animals experience life after death?
Does the Universe answer their prayers also?
Do they find what they look for?

I really don't know but before someone tells me how to think, or what to believe I would rather experience these sorts of things for myself.
And I will continue to question people who prey on others for money.

I mean I have heard of Horse whisperers, Dog whisperers etc and maybe it's an
ESP thing they have going on anyways?
I'm not sure

Cheers,
Wag



posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 03:44 AM
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Originally posted by arpgme
There are animal psychics that knew that they animal was born in another country or that they had been offered a role in a movie but didn't take it and was sad, so many details that you could not know with just basic body language...

Anyway, I'm hoping to get some answers soon. I really want to know what animals psychics think about my questions. What are the philosophy of the animals? Are there one or many? I want answers.


Do you have a source for that? I'd be interested to read it.

If it was from one of the popular reality TV shows on the subject...I wouldn't put too much stock into it. It wouldn't surprise me that a TV pet psychic picked up on something regarding an animal who was in television or movies. The TV pet psychic knows how the business works, they know a casting agent picks the individuals, or animals, featured in these shows, so it wouldn't take much to start cold reading the owners.

I'm not so sure an animal has a philosophy. They lead pleasantly simple lives. Eat, play, sleep. I'm kind of with wagtail on this, I'm wary of individuals who charge for a service like this, especially one that is even harder to verify than a human reading. An animal behavioral specialist could probably provide more insight on how their minds work than a psychic, who wouldn't be relating the animals philosophy, but their own. For a while I was hooked on Dog Whisperer, and that guy had a lot of interesting things to say. Things about your pets expectations of you, realistic expectations of them, boundaries, respect, etc etc. It's worth a watch.

As wagtail suggested, I strongly recommend researching the Native American symbolism surrounding animals. Also read about peoples encounters with the spirits of their animals who have passed on, or individuals whose animals can "see" them when they travel out of body. Very interesting cases to read. They can probably see more than we give them credit for.



posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 04:19 AM
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Unless you can think in the animals language, any attempt will be futile. But the empathic pathways are still fully functional. I have always said that MC cats are extremely empathic. In fact, it is a text book trait for them. Add an empathic human, and you have good 2 way communication of feelings.

Here is a good example. When I went to pick up my Sasha, sight unseen, she jumped up on my chest while I was standing. And the held my face with her paws, and kissed me (not licks) about 50 times on the lips.

My cat Inky was a ferel cat. I opened my car door, our eyes met, and I told him to come along and he did. Jumped right in my car, and sat in the passenger seat. He had to run through a busy grocery store parking lot to get to my car also.
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posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 05:45 AM
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Originally posted by elouina
Unless you can think in the animals language, any attempt will be futile.


They think mostly in pictures and sounds, so anyone can communicate with them...



posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 06:14 AM
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Originally posted by arpgme

Originally posted by elouina
Unless you can think in the animals language, any attempt will be futile.


They think mostly in pictures and sounds, so anyone can communicate with them...



I was just about to say the same thing, except to add that they also exert emotional pictures. Everyone has the capability to communicate in their language, if only they could recognize it amid the flurry of other thoughts and things that continually enter their minds at any given time. The incoming information literally gets lost in the sea of brain activity if you're not "in tune" enough to know what's yours and what isn't. Spending a lot of time alone with your own thoughts and in meditation helps to hone this communication barrier. Each type of animal communicates slightly differently, some with more emotion than others, but all of them are very simple in their communication.

I communicate with my dogs very easily, and my family always wonders how I do it. It's very easy for me. Sometimes they use body language, but mostly they use mental images or emotional snapshots. I will immediately "see" these and know what they want. My dogs have a LOT of different tastes and desires that are just as unique as a human, so no, it's not as simple as just food, water, outside, play. It's much, MUCH more than that. They will tell me when they aren't feeling well, even when they have to throw up BEFORE they throw up. When it's something important, they always come to me, because they know I'll get it quicker than anyone else in the house. Ironically, when we owned other animals in the past, (birds, chickens, fish, etc.), it was no different. They personalities and thought forms are species specific, but each one has it's own personality, and it's quite apparent once you learn how to pay attention to what they're "saying".

We owned a large flock of chickens once, and I found them to be, ironically, no different than humans. Some were crabby, some were arrogant, some were shy, some were funny, some were smart, some were not-so-smart, some were depressed, some were extremely affectionate, some were crafty and sly....they even formed their own "cliques" within personality ranges. The older ones naturally gravitated together and the younger ones naturally flocked together...the mother hens would hang out together, and the roos were typical of a group of human alpha males. If they didn't have enough room, they'd bug the crap out of everyone, make a God-awful noise and ruckus, and would pick fights sometimes, each one fighting for the spotlight on center stage. The hens would generally not care for their posturing, and would walk away. The weak ones would get picked on and bullied, just like humans do to their own. They had specific tastes, and loved certain types of "treats". If one was sick and not feeling well, the others would come by to check up on her. One died during the night one time, and when I discovered her the next morning, several hens were cuddled up next to her lifeless body outside of the hen house, presumably to aide in her in her passing during the night. They were, very surprisingly, some of the most human-like creatures I've ever encountered. No lie!! Their concerns were few and basic, and their communications were done in this way as well, but when they did communicate, it was very to-the-point, and they generally did it as a group. When one would suggest something to me, the others would chime in and do the same. Strangely, my dogs do the same thing, which tells me that they not only communicate to us this way, but they also communicate to each other that way. When one has a good idea, the others jump on board!



posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 09:41 AM
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Being a psychic-empath I can communicate with animals with emotion and vice versa. Its usually more difficult on my end to interpret or receive what they intend in specifics but I can feel their joy their sadness and even emotions that I'm sure people cannot feel without a connection with them. Its probably two ways aswell they cannot feel certain emotions unless a human shares them. However once one knows a feeling it can be felt/recalled... I think of this in metaphysical terms of feeling with chakras opposed to feeling with endorphins etc. I can usually tell what my dogs bark is conveying in accordance to how it makes me feel when they do or how Im causing them to feel.



posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 10:07 AM
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Originally posted by arpgme

Originally posted by elouina
Unless you can think in the animals language, any attempt will be futile.


They think mostly in pictures and sounds, so anyone can communicate with them...



true I consider this an aspect of psychic empathy... I think mostly in pictures/feelings myself, I don't receive images from animals as well as I can transmit them but I can usually tell if they have got my message due to the correlative actions an empathic responses.

For instance asking my dog to go to the other side of the house to have their feet wiped before coming in.. They don't know what the words mean but they will do it if I hold an image of the area I want them to be before motioning to them with hand -- pointing in a direction when they are standing at the door waiting to come in tends to give them the message without speaking words, but if they don't have the additional image/intent of where I want them to go they might end up at the kitchen door rather than the laundry.

Also wild animals come closer to me when offering scraps if I show them with images that I only intend to give them food and watch them enjoy it rather than attack them.



posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 06:40 PM
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Yeah, finally some responses from people that can do this. No one answered my questions though. Is there anything that animals wants humanity to know? Anything important? Any wisdom from them?

What do animals believe in? Do they believe in going with the flow? Do they believe in following happiness no matter what? Since they think in pictures and stuff they probably have no abstract term of "God" but do they believe in love and stuff?

What is their beliefs basically?
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posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 06:58 PM
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the pets I have communicated with experience love like people do in as much they seek relationships and they love life, they just want to have fun.

Wild animals are different becasue they have to take care of themselves so fight or flight is very common in keeping them on their toes most the time,(tho wild birds will seek relationships and love) but none the less they still enjoy life. The birds when safe up in their tree tops enjoy the swaying breeze during the morning and afternoon, they keep on the move during sunny days so they don't get hot. They are concerned about the planet when they feel the distress that it undergoes in its various electromagnetic fields but as far as I can tell they dont have a philosophy of god as such, their just aware of unity at a fundamental level



posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 09:17 PM
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Most humans that can feel the unity call it "God" or "Love" or "Peace". Do the animals associate this unity with any kind of emotion? Also, do they know that they are eternal beings or are they scared of death because they don't know what happens next?



posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 10:47 PM
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I agree with what you have stated. My cat that I learned to communicate with referred to the unity as "the energy". Love was very important to him and he loved me and my daughters tremendously and we loved him dearly. Well, he decided that it was time to leave, and last spring he did and returned to spirit. It was a devastating loss for us but we let him go because it was what he wanted. I feel him around at times, especially when I am hitting my low points about life. But I know that he will always be a forever friend.



posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 11:34 PM
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I think it all depends on the animal 2 of our families recently departed dogs (don't feel sorry its all good) both had very strong empathic connections with me. The most recent one had a very concerned look in his eyes before he was driven off to be put down, tho once he crossed over I knew it because I could feel a great deal of love coming from his soul signature (if you will)... Similar thing occurred with a wild bird that had a tick on its neck I tryed to get the tick off (the bird was near comatose; still breathing and figiting its wings its eyes were closed and its neck was limp) when I pulled the tick off it was too much pain and the poor thing died of shock, the tick was deep and near its spinal cord. Tho some minutes afterward I was sitting down (feeling a bit dissapointed) and got an image of the pidgeon fluttering infront of me.. this image persisted until I acknowledged that it was already too late to have saved it before I tryied... when I released the disappointment and wished the bird's soul well the images stopped a I felt allot of gratitude from the pidgeon.. I knew it was the pigeons gratitude cos I could empathicly feel its consciousnesses ebb and flow as I was attempting to remove the tick and it was the same soul signature when I acknowledged its departure... part of what I felt as its appreciation was the fact that I came and covered it from the sun and put a towel under it (before I knew what was wrong).

This experience allowed me to release my sadness for my last dog that died and I didn't even cry I was happy that he was gone cos he was old and a bit decrepid I knew he would continue to exist and I think he was mostly concerned about going into the vet cos he had been keept there when sick before..After meditating latter on the day he had passed I thought of all the good times we had together and got a psychic sense of him licking my face...It also felt like he was relived that I was not grieving over him as the rest of the family was.

It was beutifull that made me happiest.
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posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 12:00 AM
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I have seen my dogs in dreams since and they looked vibrant and happy in most of them. Shortly after the last one died I saw the 2 that have departed (the first to leave was the latter ones son.) and they and our current pet who were all friends and lived with us on 10 acres, were all romping around happily.. It was one of those dreams where you can sense and see light everywhere like a luminous mist... I figured it was the celestial realm of light and that they had wanted me to see them there.



posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 02:08 AM
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Alot of animals gravitate towards me and it is usually the nice ones but for me I just go by how they make me feel and if I feel uneasy around them I just leave them alone. I dont read them as such I havent really tried to do a proper reading on them but I can tell if there is something wrong with it like it is having an off day just little subtle clues. As for plants there have been test done that plants do feel pain and also feel love and hate. If you tell a plant you hate it how do you think it is going to grow plus music effects them and also water crystal are affected the same way. I feel plants if they need water.The dried up or nealy dead side will be hot the green side is cool that was my first exercises to practice when trying to learn. Trees I feel them more than plants some are closed off like pine trees but oak trees real warm and open and loads of energy. I can tell if their roots cut or in need of help or are fine and strong.It all comes in images in my head...People put out the most energy I dont have to touch them to read them and the same with animal...plants and trees I have to touch them to get a reading like psycometry




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