Intuitive Experiment with Animals!

Want to join me in a cool intuitive experiment?

Here’s the deal. If you’re reading my this here, I’m sure you already believe that psychic communication with animals is possible. Maybe you’re not 100% sure YOU can do it (you can, by the way), but you’re open to the idea that it is real.

But one of the hardest things for people to grasp is that, very often, when communicating psychically with an animal, that animal doesn’t physically respond.

For example, I could be having an incredible intuitive communication with my dog Tuukka, but while he’s in the middle of sharing deep and loving information – he farts.

Now, for people struggling to believe they aren’t making their intuitive info up, that fart could really throw someone off!

The thing is, it IS totally possible for animals to respond in the physical world to our psychic connection (in a way that makes sense), they just often see no need to do that.  But THIS is what I want to play with here! Let’s do an experiment: Can you connect psychically/energetically with an animal and have that animal respond in the physical?

Here’s the experiment:
You can do this with any animal – but my suggestion is that you do it with a wild animal such as a bird or a squirrel as wild animals are more sensitive to human energy than our pets.

  • STEP 1: With the wild bird/squirrel about 20 feet from you, close your eyes and GENTLY send your energy over to him. (Gently because it’s only YOU that thinks you have to try hard here. The animal will feel your energy easily). Send your energy to the bird/squirrel by simply imagining (like a little kid) that your heart is linking up with the animal. That’s all. Nothing fancy – just imagine it.
  • STEP 2: Wait and watch to see what happens. Perhaps the squirrel looks at you? Maybe the squirrel runs away? Perhaps he inches closer or readjusts his body to be more in view of you?

Whatever happens, look at it as a response to your intuitive connection (which means, you have to temporarily suspend your disbelief!)

If the animal leaves your presence after you try this, it could be for many different reasons and it doesn’t necessarily mean you did something wrong. It could be that that animal was simply not interested in engaging at that time – or maybe the animal was on a mission and couldn’t be bothered. If this happens repeatedly, when you reach out for the connect, imagine that your energy is like a cloud touching another cloud. This will help create a more gentle connection that an animal may be more interested in.

And please share what happened in your experiment below!

Love and Light,

21 replies
  1. JR
    JR says:

    I have fed sparrows for years. I am a believer that species have a mass communication system, it’s also known that this genetic type of communication allows species to evolve continents away in the same manner. Long story, short – no matter where I drive. park and proceed to open my car door, a sparrow or two flies to the driver side of my car, more often than not.

  2. Angela Ribeiro
    Angela Ribeiro says:

    I tried this on my dog who at the time was rolling around on the carpet. When we connected, he stopped what he was doing, sat straight up, and looked at the front door. My connection with him may have confused him into thinking that I was coming home from work. I tried the experiment again and got the same reaction from him. I will try it on wildlife next.

    • Danielle MacKinnon
      Danielle MacKinnon says:

      Angela – do you think he was confused or simply, giving you the attention your connection created 🙂 I love that you had the experience – can’t wait to hear about your experience with wildlife!

  3. Karen Dendy Smith
    Karen Dendy Smith says:

    I love the description of how to do this! I recently connected with 2 hummingbirds and as I opened my heart to them, they flew together and hovered in front of me no more that 2 feet from my face. I swear I heard them say “hi! Welcome to our garden!” and then they flew away. So Cool!

  4. Jaime Weintz
    Jaime Weintz says:

    I have several feral cats coming on to my patio for the past three winters. Grey tabi and white on his chest, he’s beautiful but seems fearful. I always talk to him, telling him how pretty he is. I show him the food and slowly put it in front of him. He no longer runs when he sees me. I told my dogs the kitty is cold & hungry, don’t bark at him. This morning Sara (my dog) was standing in front of this cat who was laying on the chair on the patio. Sara was wagging her tail, but not barking. I opened the door, and Sara came in. I placed the food on the floor, and the cat jumped down to eat. Everything was good. I was so proud of Sara and told her what a good girl she was.

  5. April Cottrell
    April Cottrell says:

    I did the connection with a female cardinal. She sat in my 40 year old lilac bush, there were other chickadees trying to get into the feeder, she sat on a branch for the entire time, she would look around and then when I thought we were finished connecting, she turned to me full front, and jumped closer to a lower branch. She stared right at me!

  6. Janet Sturman
    Janet Sturman says:

    I do this with my dogs and they usually come closer, change position, or sigh! I will try with a bird today.

    Here is something very exciting! One of my dogs loves to play the blink game♥️ If I blink slowly, she blinks slowly. If quick then she copies that!
    It is usually during communication but others have seen it too! More non verbal communication. Love this is working on various levels! Thanks Danielle

  7. Ann Hedderickannh
    Ann Hedderickannh says:

    Yes I want to join.

    I volunteer at the Exotic Feline Rescue Center in Indiana. So I am going to try to do this at the Center. We have about 170 animals from Bobcats to lions. Looking forward to this.

  8. Patsy
    Patsy says:

    I’ve Done this without realising. I love Robins sweet little birds I can connect with them they stop and come really close. They only fly away when someone else startles them


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