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Frequently Asked Questions

What is animal communication?

One definition of animal, or interspecies communication, is the exchange of information through a variety of physically cues where one animal understands the message of another animal. For example, most residents of a household know to leave a cat alone when it hisses.

The other definition is having an actual conversation with an animal. Here the exchange of information is not through physical cues, but through intuition or telepathy, in which the parties involved end up with an understanding of each other’s perspective on an issue.

How does it work?

Living beings create energy fields though their thoughts, feelings, and physical processes.  Anyone that is prepared with good intentions can receive the energy from others and with intuition and practice can understand the information.  This type of communication is received as images (snapshots in time or movie-like), feelings or emotions, physical sensations, symbolism, and sometimes words.  The animal communicator relies on the strong caring connection between you and your animal friends for a successful interpretation of information as the conversation unfolds.

Don’t you have to be with my animal to get their messages?

No.  The exchange of information through energy is not limited by distances.  Nor do all parties involved need to be in the same room.  In fact, a consultation by phone is often much easier for the animal communicator because there are no distractions and she can focus only on the intuitive information and not on the behavior of the animal in the moment.

How do I prepare for a session?

As described in the answers above, the humans and the animals do not need to be in the same room and the session can be conducted by phone.  However, the humans involved must be ready, willing, and able to be in a good space, physically and mentally, for a successful conversation.  I will ask that you send a digital picture of your animal(s) where I can see their eyes, which are the windows to the soul.  I will also ask for the general theme of the session, but do not want any questions sent before the session.  You can prepare a list of questions from most to least important to ask during the session.  Depending on how the conversation unfolds (your animal may have a lot to say on a single topic), we may not get to all your questions in the time allotted.

What can I ask of my animal and the animal communicator?

Animal communicators do NOT tell animals what to do or to stop doing something.  We help with a conversation between you and your animal over an issue or problem, so that each party involved can understand the other’s perspective.  The humans in the household may actually be the ones that need to change their behavior to make the household harmonious.  Often, what appears to be bad behavior on the animal’s part actually has good intentions behind it; the misunderstanding just needs to be cleared up.  Sometimes just talking about each other’s feelings and perspective can change the situation.  The animal communicator is part of the conversation to help uncover the details and work with all involved to find solutions and compromises.

You don’t always have to have a household problem before calling an animal communicator for help.  Sometimes people just want to know what their animals think about changes in the household, how their animals feel about daily and occasional activities, or why they exhibit an “out of the ordinary” behavior.

You may also contact the animals that have passed into spirit through an animal communicator.  Animals that are free of their bodies are often more forthcoming with answers to life and relationships.

Animals are very honest and come with as many views on life as humans have.  Unlike humans, animals prefer to live in the moment and rarely dwell in the past or wish for the future.  So be prepared to hear from your animal loving truths and wisdom about you and their lives.

Will you diagnosis my animal’s medical problem?

No.  An animal health professional, who is trained and has the proper equipment, should be consulted. However, animal communicators can ask the animals how they physically feel and where pain or discomfort resides in their bodies.  This information can be taken to the Vet to help in the diagnosis of the problem.