We were all born with the gift of intuition, telepathy, and communicating with all species. But we’ve also been told that we can’t do it, that it's not possible. I'm here, along with quite a few of my own animals, to tell you, you can! Here's what we want you to know:
First, push those negative thoughts aside, because I know in your heart that you can do this and you already are doing it. Call on the animals to help you. Go to a quiet place in your mind, wherever you can be. If you have to, close your eyes and simply imagine what the animals might be saying to you, what they could be thinking, and how they could be feeling.
Be in nature as much as you can, hug trees and feel their vibration, walk in the woods, even in winter. If you can be around water, awesome! Water is a fantastic conduit for receiving messages and communicating with animals and other species! When your mind starts to think a logical explanation, that’s when you start pushing the logic back and allowing in what the animals are trying to communicate to you. Don’t let doubt and fear stop you from doing what you were born to do!
Announcing the Newest Communicator: You!
Once the animals know you want to communicate with them, they’ll pass it all over the the animal kingdom that you’re an open channel and you listen to them. The animal kingdom communicates with each other all the time, so word will soon get around that you’re someone that they can talk with. It’s a “word of mouth" networking system.
In addition to asking the animals questions, you can look at their body language to see what they’re trying to tell you. You may be surprised at the answers you will get. Don’t doubt yourself!
I’ve always found it most beneficial if I have a quiet spot, where there’s no loud music or people talking. I just go into the moment and take slow, deep breaths, and focus on what I am picking up from the animal kingdom. It makes it much easier when you don’t have a lot of chaos around you.
Sabre's Words of Inspiration
“To all my friends who have been told, you’ll never reach your goal, you’ll never achieve what you want in life, you can’t listen to animals, you don’t have the gift, you can't communicate with animals, you can’t receive thoughts from animals — never give up on your dream," says Sabre the parrot. "Don’t let anyone bully, control, and manipulate your life to their liking.
“You are unique and wonderful the way you are! Don’t let anyone rain on your parade and keep you down. If you have a dream, no matter what it is, go for it, shoot for the moon. If you miss, at least you’ll end up among the stars." (big beak smile!)
“Your animal friends will teach you so much. Thank them all for having the chance to be working with them. Be honoured to be their voice and let them communicate their thoughts through you!”
Kim Malonie is a published author and internationally acclaimed animal whisperer/animal communicator who has spent more than 40 years consulting with thousands of domesticated and wild animals worldwide, including tigers, elephants, whales, farm animals, exotics, birds, horses, reptiles, cats, dogs and more to help them resolve their physical, behavioural, and emotional issues. Learn more at www.TheSecretWisdomOfAnimals.com
Did you know that Animal Communication is as natural as breathing? It’s true! You were born telepathic. Perhaps you’ve forgotten.
Most children raised around animals experience telepathic communication right from birth. It’s our natural way of communicating, just as it’s the natural way that animals communicate with each other.
How do I know this? I’ve spoken telepathically with babies, so I know that they are telepathic. I also know that I was telepathic as a small child.
But even though you began life as a telepathic being, you most likely experienced some kind of negative feedback from adults or other children when you told them what an animal said to you.
Those negative responses from other people made you afraid of being rejected or being ridiculed. So your fear stopped you from using your natural telepathic abilities. Over time, you forgot all about it.
I was very fortunate as a child. My parents told me, “You’re pretending.” Since it was OK for me to pretend, I kept on having conversations with animals. As a result, I never lost my telepathic ability to speak with them.
If you’re just getting started remembering how to communicate telepathically with animals, I encourage you to use your imagination. I encourage you to pretend. Don’t focus on being accurate. Just have conversations, as many as possible, as playfully as possible.
When you keep imagining having conversations with animals, the barriers created by fear and your concerns about getting wrong answers will dissolve. Soon you’ll discover that, in truth, you are having telepathic conversations and with some accuracy.
Pretending is fun. It’s playing a game. Pretending is joyful.
Pretending — using your imagination — dissolves the fear of being wrong and the fear of making mistakes. It frees you to access your natural, inborn telepathic abilities.
This is why I believe that telepathy is as natural as breathing.
When we’re afraid, we often stop breathing. So as you practice, if you sense you’re receiving telepathically from an animal, check to make sure you’re still breathing! If you’re holding your breath, take several deep breaths and then go back to the conversation. Shift yourself into playfulness and joy by reminding yourself to let your imagination go and to pretend.
Remember that having fun will help you unlock your innate telepathic abilities.
You’ll quickly find yourself in the natural flow of telepathic conversation and receiving a lot more information than you may have thought possible.
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So you say you want to be an animal communicator? Well, on behalf of the animal kingdom, thank you, sincerely.... We need more really, really, really great animal communicators.
I decided to ask the animals for their counsel on what I should share with you for this Dear Student letter. Below is is what they shared with me, loosely translated for you.
It's not your fault! Your brain has a mind of its own and is constantly trying to protect you from the scary stuff in life, like change, pain, and even growth. But there are things you can do to reprogram the brain to work with you and not against you...
We have found that doubting your abilities is the #1 pitfall, regardless if you are new to communicating or have a good amount of experience.
When I teach animal communication, my students and I always get a good laugh at some point because I become such a broken record when it comes to breathing.
I know that being wrong can be a big block to offering your gifts. No matter how skilled and accomplished, we are human. We all fear embarrassment. When you are starting out, this can be a stopper. But I am here to assure you that this fear is healthy, natural, and need not block you from fulfilling your animal communication dreams!
One thing that really stands out for me over the past two decades of doing this type of work, which quite often is not encouraged or taught: less is more!
This is challenging for me to find the words to describe this STATE of BEING, however, here goes!
Please remember not to put your humanness on the animals you are reading. Too many humans try to make up things as they go along. Animals don't know they have bad teeth, but they will tell you their mouth hurts. They don't know they have cancer, but they know something is wrong. They hurt or they may tell you they have a weird odor about them, but they don't know the word "cancer." When they smell cancer in a human, they don't know the word, but they know the smell.
Self-doubt is not something to worry about. Self-doubt is an expression of your sincerity.
You do not wish to fool yourself, misrepresent an animal, or fool anyone else. I often tell my clients that self-doubt is something to celebrate. Our willingness to doubt ensures that we ask questions, remain humble, and stay open to new information.
Encouraging notes, guidance, and words of experience from professional animal communicators from around the world.