Given that Telepathic Animal Communication is something very subtle, I believe it is a good idea to spend some words on how I work. Let’s start saying that the serious practitioner has to be extremely careful to ensure that she doesn’t interfere with her mind by creating narratives or interpretations that have nothing to do with the original message.
For this we faithfully adhere to what we receive. It happens as well that we draft immediate reports, sometimes with leaps of logic and without immediate consequentiality, or to provide a complex and fluid dialogue. Each case is a story in itself.
My job is to ask animals questions you are looking for answers from them, but since the animals have their own point of view, which does not necessarily coincide with ours, it can happen that are not available to provide us with answers. It can happen, in fact, that they might not consider them priorities, or have other more important things to report, or they can also decide not to communicate, although the latter case is rather rare.
Normally I get items that allow you to gain knowledge of situations (sometimes even facts) that are related to both the emotional sphere and the physical one.
The information can appear in different forms: images, words, sounds, thoughts, smells, physical sensations, and more. They may have a symbolic meaning, or be related to events on the physical or emotional level.
It may also happen that what I gather from their thoughts may not find an immediate comparison in those who work or live near them, in that case I recommend to take note and keep an eye on the situation. It could, in fact, be something that has yet to happen or that was forgotten.
To put it simply, my job is to translate into words what I receive, leaving their interpretation to those who requested my service. Sometimes it is enough a communication session, other times it is necessary to interview the animal several times. Afterwards I produce a written report, which is followed by a phone call in regards to what they receive and to respond to any questions.
I do not make diagnoses or prescribe drugs even though I can cooperate, upon request, with veterinarians who wish to acquire more information otherwise not available for them to perform their work. Like many practitioners I have subscribed a code of ethics that is my pillar and guide along my professional journey.
With my work I aim to contribute to a new vision of the world where all beings can live together in harmony, where every human being can understand, develop and experience the power of love, mercy, kindness, and feeling intimately connected with Nature and all that exists, so that love and peace will shine within us and on this planet, our Mother Earth.
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