The Animal Communicator’s Guide: Reveal Your Pet’s Inner Thoughts
Have you always wondered what your pet is really thinking? While our furry friends are always happy to be in our company and will often be a soothing presence during times of need, sometimes we just crave that extra glimpse inside their thoughts. Experienced animal communicator and author Pea Horsley tells us more about this energy-fuelled form of connection…
What is animal communication?
Animal communication is an intuitive exchange of non-verbal information between humans and animals. ‘Interspecies communication’ or ‘animal telepathy’ refer to the same method of connection. But don’t confuse this with the term ‘horse whisperer’ or ‘dog listener’, which are forms of reading an animal’s body language and understanding a particular species psychology. In animal communication, information is sent and received non-verbally by intention using the senses. The details – thoughts, feelings, sensations – are electromagnetic energy. So, animal communication is essentially an exchange of energetic information. This means, for examples, that a human doesn’t have to speak tortoise and a tortoise doesn’t have to talk human for them to understand each other…
Willow, the Sophia Loren of the cat world…
Jane approached me back in May 2007. She was 40 years old, the director of her own marketing company and an experienced guardian to cats, having lived with them all her life. She wanted me to communicate with her 15-year-old cat Willow. Being based in Gloucestershire, she opted for a distant communication.
Jane e-mailed me a photo of Willow and the questions she wanted me to put to her. She wasn’t looking for a specific answer to a physical illness; what she wanted to know was what was going on in Willow’s mind and whether she was happy. ‘She has been my cat since she was eight weeks old and she is 16 years old next month. The bond between the two of us seems immense. She talks to me, says “Hello” in a cat meow and I am just captivated by her. This one will certainly break me when it’s time for goodbye. Could you just have a general chat, as I am fascinated by the connection I have with her? I love all my animals, but the connection with Willow seems so strong.’
When I looked at Willow’s picture I saw a cat exuding elegance. Her fur was a subtle blend of toffee, coffee and chocolate and she was lying on a fawn-coloured cushion on a sofa, her face towards the camera. Her right leg was draped beautifully over the left, revealing two pristine white paws. She boasted a white heart-shaped chest and her whiskers, too, were milky white, proud and wide. Her pale pistachio eyes immediately commanded respect. Willow was posing for the camera and waiting.
Many animals seem to expect me when I communicate with them, but it doesn’t matter if they are busy doing something or even sleeping, because the connection is energetic. It goes beyond the external behaviour to discover what the animal is feeling on a deeper level. It transcends body language. It also transcends space. I don’t need to have the animal in front of me – a good photo is enough for me to build a link with them, whether they are still in physical form or have passed over…
Want to read the rest of Willow and Jane’s story? This copy has been extracted from The Animal Communicator’s Guide Through Life, Loss and Love (£10.99, Hay House)
Pea Horsley is the a highly regarded animal communicator, and is the author of Heart to Heart and The Animal Communicator’s Guide. As well as her UK events, Pea is teaching animal communication on a Humpback Whale and Dolphin Retreat in Panama in 2016. Pea is passionate about helping people awaken to the teachings our animals wish to share.
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