Five Tips for Connecting with Your Pet through Psychic Pet Communication

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Foster a better relationship with your pet using psychic Pet Communication 

You ARE psychic and pet communication is within your reach. Actually, everyone is psychic, however some people have taken the time to work on their pet communication skills while others have not. Being psychic is very much like running. We can all do it – but some of us really train and excel, while others prefer to simply walk.

I’ve been teaching animal communication for twenty years now. There are many ways that you can connect with your pet without using direct animal communication – whether or not you believe you are psychic.  Here are my five easy ways to pet communication (even if you think you’re psychic).

ONE: Send happy thoughts and images to your pet.

Since animals communicate psychically with each other every day, they find it very easy to pick up on what we’re thinking. Imagine that you are “sending” a thought to your pet almost like email in your head – and your pet will receive that thought. For example, imagine that sending the thought of, “I’m safe and I’ll see you at the end of the day!” will allow your pet to know that you’re OK and what the plan is.  If you’re interested in how pet communication really works, learn more about how animals communicate psychically here.

TWO Take advantage of your pet’s natural affinity for touch

Animals naturally align with their environment (and those in their environment) via touch. Because they are so in tune with their intuitive side, all touch is expanded and exaggerated for them. When you spend time petting (or hanging out with) your pet, you’re also effortlessly sending messages about how you feel, your emotions, your thoughts and even your concerns to your pet, through the touch. To give this a try, notice how your pet reacts to when you’re touching them while feeling loving versus while feeling anxious. This form of pet communication is often overlooked.

THREE Your pet understands all that you think and say

Even without touch, your pet (and all animals) understands everything you say about him. Your cat may not care about the stock market, but he can certainly understand your feelings and emotions about it. So, when you are talking about your pet, be aware that location and volume don’t play a role. Whispering in the bathroom with your husband about how much you hate your dog for pooping in the middle of the living room is not actually a private conversation. Anything you say or think can and will be picked up by your pet. So, be careful and aware of what comes out of your mouth and instead, be conscious of what you’re saying about him. 
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FOUR Avoid using your pet for emotional support

Because animals are so in tune to humans, and because they have lessons they are teaching us (see my Animal Lessons book for more on that), the animals in our lives can sometimes become our emotional punching bags.  For those of you who want to help others, who have a heart of gold and are always reaching out to ensure those around you are safe, secure and happy – you may find that you lean emotionally on your pet.

Do you cry to your pet or on your pet? Perhaps you pour your feelings out to your pet because he/she is the only one who understands you? Maybe you feel that your pet is your absolute best friend and the most incredible listener ever? When we look to our pet for emotional support, our pet begins tapping in to us to help support us even better. This means absorbing our upset energy, and taking on the role of caretaker as well. For better pet communication, avoid leaning on your pet for emotional support and keep the connection between the two of you clear. Take care of yourself so that when you two are together, you can have a nice, clear connection through which both of you can benefit!

FIVE The More Physical the Better

Get physical! Animals, no matter what kind, are physical beings! Turtles, birds, ferrets, dogs, and horses all like to get out and do their natural thing. Spend time running through the field with your dog, galloping with your horse, rolling around with your cat… all of these create a physical and energetic bond that will allow the two of you to come together in the best way. It’s a physical pet connection that you will both value. Instead of always asking your animal to live in your world, spend some time in theirs. This will help balance the energy between the two of you and create a beautiful sense of closeness.

 Of course, there are more ways to connect with the animals in your life – sending pictures, receiving their feelings, releasing energies, feeling their body in your body and communing in a more psychic way (and these are what I teach in my animal communication classes and my psychic development classes – but know that if you can implement the five tips above, connecting in a more traditional psychic way will be that much easier! 

 

7 replies
  1. Kate Hansen
    Kate Hansen says:

    I never knew that pets can understand your feelings about them. Recently my cat has been having some issues with my family and has been acting out a lot. She also gets mad whenever we try to touch her so we might hire a professional animal communicator. I’ll make sure to keep these tips in mind if I do decide to try it on my own.

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  2. J. Amberfield
    J. Amberfield says:

    It got me when you said that animals rely on their intuition and that the way they perceive touch is exaggerated, so the best way to communicate with them is by petting. I might give that a try, but considering my relationship with my cat, she fears me enough to not let me touch her. It might be a good idea to seek the help of an animal communicator if I want to improve my relationship with my pet.

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  3. Laura
    Laura says:

    I just ordered your book and can’t wait to receive! Thank you for being so amazing and sharing yourself with us!!
    Blessings!!

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  4. Angela
    Angela says:

    I wish that I could afford a session with you. I’ve lost a lot of pets in the past few years, and the last one was just last night, a five month old kitten who was born on our property. One of his brothers is all over me right now, purring away.

    I have been very sensitive, my whole life, picking things up, having suspicions confirmed, and being unable to be around certain people. I tend to know certain things about my pets, as well, but this one is a head-scratcher. :/

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  5. Maricarmen
    Maricarmen says:

    This is awesome!! and yes, I tend to cry and hug my maltese Tequila– I shall not do this again. You really need to do some Pet Communication Classes! 🙂 not far from Memphis, TN if possible!

    Love you!

    Maricarmen

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  6. Susan A
    Susan A says:

    Thank you for this wonderful reminder Danielle. You are such a wonderful person for doing this work and sharing with us. Everything you said is so right on. I especially love when my animals shop with me (in my minds eye) at the pet store and they try to convince me to buy them treats that I normally wouldn’t buy. lol They are such incredible beings. The plant world is now reaching out me in a way I never would have imagined could be possible. It is very interesting when you realize the plants are talking to you like the animals do, but in a different way. what an amazing process.

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  7. Dorothy Rondeau
    Dorothy Rondeau says:

    Dear Danielle, You are part of God’s saviors here on Earth. You are fabulous, and when I am able to finanically afford you, I will seek you out because you speak the truth and so brilliantly! I see every free telecast I can about you. You have never been wrong. The Earth is changing and so must we. Thank you for your faith in mankind, and assistance to see the truth in all you do. Bob Olsen introduced me to you by telecast. I wish you would do more. You have so changed my life for the better. God Bless, Dee Rondeau

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