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How to communicate with animals

Updated on June 20, 2016

How to Communicate with Animals Using Telepathy?

Having a pet is probably one of the most fulfilling things in the world. However, it is also one of the most challenging. You may probably wonder how trainers can get their animals to do their bidding. Many will say that this has something to with appropriate training. But little did you know that there are telepathy techniques you can use to communicate with your pets.

Before we discuss how this done, it is important that we define telepathic communication. What doestelepathy mean? Telepathy only refers to the ability to feel, speak, see, hear, and communicate with something or someone at a distance without using the five senses. It got the explanation through the psychic abilities of a powerful superhero called Professor Charles in the popular comic book and movie series The Uncanny X-Men.

Understanding Animal Communication

How do animals communicate?

Even though there are many classes of animals, the most commonly observed way of communication between them is through body language and sound. In the absence of the ability to speak, they communicate through sniffing, sitting, tail-wagging, and much more. Regarding sounds, we know that whales sing, wolves howl, dogs bark, and cats purr. Essentially, how animals communicate is done through any of the following means:







Using Telepathy to Communicate

It is also a known theory that animals communicate through what is called a sixth sense, most often in the form of telepathy. And since they do this, humans can, too. It is a belief that every person is born with this capability, but it recedes over time due to non-practice.

Institutions are offering advanced communication classes for telepathy. In this article, we will only discuss the basic steps on how to do telepathy with animals, which described below.

Step 1: Prepare the Sender and the Receiver

There has to be a sender and a receiver. It is very likely that you are the originator, and the animal is the receiver. If you wish to communicate with an animal, you should have an idea of its age, sex, type, colour or any necessary information that will allow you to visualize it.

Step 2: Believe in Yourself

Positive energy influences telepathy. If you do not believe in it, it will not happen. You should also have a sincere desire for telepathy to happen. Poor results often experienced by people who are highly sceptical of telepathy.

Step 3: Relaxation

An essential requirement on how to use telepathy is that you are physically and mentally relaxed, preferably in an environment away from the noise. Focus your thoughts on your intentions. Your intent is to send a message across to the animal and make sure that everything around you is calm.

Step 4: Visualization

Visualization occurs before you start transmitting your message. The previous steps mentioned will allow you to have a clear vision of the animal and what you want it to do or what you want to communicate. Visualize the animal in its full body and try to feel that the animal is actual with you.

Imagine a transparent tube connecting you to the animal. It is the channel by which you are going to transmit your message across. You need to visualize this machine as full of positive energy and believe that it will work. You can use an alternative visualization for the tube such as a bridge or a telephone cord.

Step 5: Transmission

The last step is the transmission. It is the process by which you send the message to the animal through the tube that we mentioned in the visualization stage. It means that if you want the pet to sit, you have to imagine the animal sitting and send the picture traveling to the bridge from your mind to the animal's mind. The vision is chargeable with positive energy, and this energy can only come from you.

Keep on practicing these steps. Once you succeed, you will no longer have problems how to communicate with your cat or dog?


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