If you have animals, you might wonder how you can communicate and talk to them in a meaningful way. Talking to animals can be something that is fun and exciting and if you are patient, you can do it too.
Find Familiar Animals
The first thing that you need to do is to find animals that you are familiar with. You want it to be a pet or some animal that you are close to. Cats and dogs are different, and they communicate differently. They will talk to you if they want to, but a family pet or dog might talk to you more.
How to Communicate with Dogs
Here are some ways you can talk to your dogs:
- Sit in a quiet place with your animal.
- Sit down in the floor by them and touch them.
- Pet them on their favorite place.
- Talk to them lovingly and then repeat a word that you want to tell them.
- When you say this a few times, be quiet and close your eyes.
- Don’t pet them and imagine what you want to tell them.
- Ask them to give you a sign that they know you are talking to them.
- Pay attention to if they get in your lap or if they touch you.
- When you have a clear picture, imagine it coming to them.
- Give that picture to them like a cloud.
- Doing this till your pet leaves or gets on your lap.
Dogs that are non-neutered might get up and leave and if he does, follow him, and keep doing it until you get the message. Neutered dogs are easier to talk to.
Communicating with Cats
Cats are different and they are sometimes stubborn and rude. You will have a harder time sending them pictures and if they don’t want to hear it, they won’t.
Ways to Communicate with Cats
Here are some ways that you can communicate with your cat if they want to:
- Talk to your cat in their favorite voice.
- After they come to you, talk to them about 5 times saying the same thing over till they get bored.
- Scratch and pet them.
- Give them a quick picture but make it fast.
Sometimes your cat might respond by tilting its head or by running its body around you. They might point to you or get on the floor to understand you better.
Small Animal Communication
Here are some points of communicating with small animals:
- When you talk to a small animal, you need to remember that they have smaller brains, and it can take longer.
- If the animal is a pet, it should know your voice. If not, it might be harder.
- Be patient and know that it takes time.
Animals that know you will have a favorite sound. Some will like little noises such as saying, “ahhh” or others will like other sounds. Find what sounds are favorite to your animal and if they don’t want to be touched, just use sounds.
- Make a rhythmic sound.
- When they get used to it, let them come closer to you.
- Visualize a picture for them fast and send it to them.
- If you have an animal like an iguana, see if it wants to crawl up your arm.
- Send them the message with the cloud again.
- Practice until you get it right.
Helping Needy Animals
Once you learn to talk to your own animals, go out into the world and try it on other animals. You can ask them questions and send them to the cloud to that animal. You can find animals that need help and ask them what they need.
This is a talent that is very special for people and can help the safety of an animal. If you are communicating with an animal that you don’t know, keep your distance so that they do not get scared. Send them love and peace.
Do Animals Talk Back?
Some animals can talk back to you and can send you pictures of what they need back to your mind. Pay attention to what you hear and what you see when you talk to an animal.
Do You Need to Be Psychic?
You do not have to be psychic to talk to animals. Animals will come to you and will want to communicate with you no matter who you are.
Being a Psychic
Everyone has the ability to have some psychic giftings, they just need to practice them. Learn to use your own powers to talk to animals and see what kind of abilities that you might have that you never even knew.
Remember that you can practice, and you can learn to talk to animals. The more you do it, the more you can communicate with them and get the answers that you need.