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How To Read Your Pets Mind

Updated on July 11, 2009

According to leading paranormal researchers, you can indeed tell what your pet is thinking. The experts maintain it is possible to establish telepathic communication with your pet through the following simple exercises.

To make contact with your pet, think of it intently, and form a mental image of what you wish to communicate. Think of your mind as a vast reservoir of energy ready to be released into the unknown.

Form the image in your mind and visualise it floating into your pet’s brain. Set a time limit and note how long it takes to get a response. A simple start is to mentally ask your pet to come to you when it’s out of your sight.

Next, wait until your pet is looking away from you and is relaxing or focussing on some other activity. Then start to concentrate on the back of the animal’s head. Imagine there is a stream of light flowing from your eyes. Then imagine in that stream of light you are sending the message: ‘Turn around and look at me.’

Keep at it. After a few minutes your animal will turn and stare directly at you.

 

EXPERIMENT

Once you have mastered the above, you may be ready for the following experiment: Seat yourself at a well-lit table with a piece of paper in front of you. Make sure you’re facing your pet, which should be sitting or lying some distance away with its back to you.

On the piece of paper draw a simple sketch of an object that would be familiar to your pet – a ball or rubber bone for example.

Then concentrate on the drawing for a minute.

Next, focus on your pet, and send the image with your mind. Finally, take three deep breaths and command the animal to bring you the object.

Continue for another minute.

With practice you’ll be surprised at how well you’re able to communicate with your pets.


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    Mark Halliday 7 years ago from Australia

    Well, a lot of people who have been in long-term loving relationships do indeed read each others minds. They often finish each others sentences, and know what the other is going to do or say, or even if they are in distress before they have been told.

    And I'm sure a lot of people like you Destiny :)

    Good luck with the new kitten - make sure to send him lots of messages with your mind - and thanks for taking the time to read my article.

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    Destiny 7 years ago

    Do you think that reading cat mind trick can work with humans to just wondering.It would be so cool if I could see what people where thinking about me then Id know if they really like me or not.

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    Destiny 7 years ago

    Im going to get a new kitten any time soon and im going to try reading his mind to try to understand him my last cat ran away and i really hated it that i didnt know what he wanted i hope this helps me with my relationship with my new cat.

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    Mark Halliday 7 years ago from Australia

    Thank you for the kind comment VivekSri - Blessings to you my friend. :)

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    VivekSri 7 years ago

    what a great sharing, you and your hub simply rocks! wish good health and long journey...

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    Maria Teresa Rodriguez - Laurente 8 years ago from San Antonio, Texas, U.S.A.

    I wish I could do this with my dogs MarkHall. It frustrates me when they are outside and it seems they are crying and when I check on them, there's nothing there.

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    Mark Halliday 8 years ago from Australia

    Thanks Enelle - I was doing some editing and must have doubled up - thanks for pointing it out - problem fixed. :)

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    Enelle Lamb 8 years ago from Canada's 'California'

    Great hub :) am off to read some more :P

    (p.s. You repeated the experiment twice...not sure if you knew that or not...)

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    Mark Halliday 8 years ago from Australia

    What a beautiful story - thank you for sharing it. Blessings my friend :)

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    Barbara 8 years ago from Stepping past clutter

    I had a very communicative relationship with one of my cats. When she was ready to deliver, she came down to the kitchen and meowed. I knew she wanted me to follow her, and she led me straight up to the attic where she had prepared a "nest." It was precariously balanced and so I carried it and her to the basement closet where I wanted her to deliver. The kittens came within the half hour! It broke my heart when she died, saving one of her kittens from a predatory owl.

    Thanks for the sensitive hub.

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    Mark Halliday 9 years ago from Australia

    Well - yes she did. She gave me one of those looks that only a woman can give. The type that kills birds and and small animals. :(

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    Joilene Rasmussen 9 years ago from United States

    I'll bet she turned around and "looked" at you, all right! ;)

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    Mark Halliday 9 years ago from Australia

    Good luck, Joy. I tried it on my ex-wife and it didn't work - but it works with my cat. :)

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    Joilene Rasmussen 9 years ago from United States

    I used to communicate this way with my horses all the time (due to life circumstances, I no longer have any). However, I haven't been able to form this connection with our dog. I'll try some of the exercises, and let you know if it helps.

    Thanks for the ideas.

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    Brian McDowell 9 years ago from USA

    Very interesting. I am intrigued. I am going to have to try some of these exercises and just see what happens. :)

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    Ivorwen 9 years ago from Hither and Yonder

    :P

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    Mark Halliday 9 years ago from Australia

    Very cool - Ivorwen. If I am ever attacked by a pack of angry wolves, I want you by my side. :)

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    Ivorwen 9 years ago from Hither and Yonder

    My dad always told me that animals could read our minds, therefore, never think about the cow you want to catch, because if you do, she will be the only one to high-tail it out of the coral. And he was right!

    I have used this method many times, with various animals. When riding horses near vehicles, visualizing the cars as very small helps to keep the horses calm. With strange dogs, I like to visualize them as tiny compared to me. The instant they get the message, they back off.

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