As an animal intuitive, I often work with people who are concerned about their pet’s health or who are anxious to find out why their pet is displaying a particular behavior. I love working with animals and their humans in this way, because it’s a type of problem solving that produces an almost immediate solution.
“Your dog is upset because of the move to the new house,” or “Your cat does not like the noise in the apartment next door” are very gratifying things to be able to tell someone because the humans involved have the opportunity to make changes in their environment and often experience an instantaneous shift with their pet.
But there’s another question people always ask that I find even more enjoyable to answer – and it’s probably the same thing you’re wondering – how can you better communicate with your pet? When I hear this question, I always get excited!
Animals communicate intuitively with one another every day. When you see two dogs 40 yards apart in a field, crouched down, watching one another – they are using their eyes for communication, but they’re also using their intuitive abilities. They have conversations with each other like, “I’m going to jump on you!” and “No, you’re not! I’m going to get you first and then run around that tree!”
So, how can humans tap into an animal’s innate intuitive language?
Animals are very visual beings. Their intuitive sight is so strong that, not only can they send images to one another, but they can also see the pictures we hold in our head as we speak!
Learning this should open up a whole new avenue of communication with your pet. For example, when you’re going to be late, just imagine “sending” an image of a clock to your dog that depicts when you’ll be home. Or when you want your cat to meet your new boyfriend, imagine “sending” her an image of your boyfriend sitting on the floor playing happily with her or of you looking lovingly into your boyfriend’s eyes. Easy right?
Give this a try with your pet today. Send your horse an image of his new saddle or tell your turtle you love her by sending her a picture of a big heart. Yes, it’s that easy!
And no need to worry! Animals are always tapping in to their humans, so you can’t mis-send an image. Your pet will know, innately, exactly how to pick it up!
*This article was originally featured on Beyond Words.com.