Most people probably think that telepathic communication, especially with animals, is just a fantasy, something that has no scientific evidence and doesn’t exist. They might recognize it as an anthropological phenomenon, but they probably won’t recognize it as a legitimate way of communication – nor an advanced method of communication.
However, modern science demonstrated that we live among much more information than what our five senses can detect; examples are the theory of relativity by Einstein or the studies on DNA and its expressions on cells under the influence of the emotions and our way to deal with the world.
Gregg Braden highlights it on his book “The Divine Matrix. Bridging Time, Space, Miracles, and Belief.” It is an intriguing text that anybody can read, and it provides data and scientific argumentations that guide the reader to discover the existence of a non-local world; a world where communication can be instantaneous, as the time-space separation is not an obstacle for the consciousness that’s embedded in everything that’s alive. And in Nature everything is alive!
If we take a closer look, “everything is about the way we perceive ourselves in the quantum field of possibilities.” Of course it doesn’t come immediately, and it’s not easy to let go of the “certainties” we relied upon to build our vision of reality; however, we have a chance to choose to operate a transformation within us and give our contribution to changing the world for the better. Braden’s book is of great help in starting this path through 20 keys of conscious involvement that talk about our history. The history of humans that know they’re part of everything that exists.
It’s a millenary, primordial experience; a wisdom that finds expression in the most advanced scientific research, which confirms the intuitions of mystics, poets, wises, and ancient philosophers.
It’s not a coincidence that the book starts with a beautiful poem by Christopher Logue: “Come to the Edge”.
“Come to the edge.
We might fall.
Come to the edge.
It’s too high!
COME TO THE EDGE!
And they came,
and he pushed,
And they flew.”
It’s a very inspirational poem, and it is also a beautiful metaphor for all those who are willing to welcome telepathic communication with animals as a true expression of our existence beyond the matter, without prejudices.
Even if the book doesn’t face this topic (which I’m very fond of) directly, I highly recommend this reading to everyone who wonders about the fundaments of telepathic communication. Enjoy!
Nicoletta Toniutti, Professional Telepathic Animal Communicator
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