Have you ever wondered what your pet could be thinking? Do animals feel and experience life the same way we do? An animal communicator can answer these questions.
Animal communicators can help find lost animals, communicate with deceased pets, help to better understand behavior issues, or just simply facilitate more understanding, love and free flowing communication with your animal companion.
Communicating with animals is an ability we are all born with. As we grow, our sense of speech takes over and we forget how to truly “listen” to others, human or animal. Our innate telepathic sense allows us to communicate our thoughts, feelings and emotions over distance.
Telepathy involves tapping into a level of consciousness that allows communication to occur that does not involve speech and is not conveyed through gestures or body language. Because animals do not verbalize, they communicate this way all the time.
When humans and animals experience things, it creates electrical activity in the brain. This activity is measured in Hertz, or cycles per second. Animals typically communicate within a lower brain wave state than humans. To hear what our animals have to say, we need only to lower our brain wave activity to match that of our animal companion. When we are able to master this skill, a wide variety of information becomes available.
Using brain wave states to enhance telepathic communication with animals can be explained very simply and scientifically. This takes the “woo woo” out of communicating with animals. Communication is a sharing of thoughts, feelings, insights, emotions and experiences.
Now you can take a workshop that will introduce you to techniques in animal communication. The instructor, Jennifer Martin, has completed a course of studies program with Carol Schultz and Kristin Thompson of Animal Spirit Network.
The workshop will be held Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 12 and 13, from 1:30 to 5:30 both afternoons, at the Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. Cost is $115. If you pre-register and pay by Jan. 31, cost is only $95. To register or obtain more details, call Annie Miller, director of Southwest Light and Learning Center, 759-2983.
For more information on how to better communicate with your beloved animal companions, contact Jennifer Martin at 264-9358 or visit www.insightsfromanimals.com. Southwest Light and Learning Center is a nonprofit 501(c)3 institute for higher awareness. Check out upcoming events and classes at the website, www.southwestlight.org.