I feel so privileged to meet you here in this incredible space of love, connection, knowledge and communication.
For you to be here shows your commitment to the animals — as well as showing great courage, for it isn’t always easy to stand tall in the face of something new or that you are still perfecting.
So I want to begin by congratulating you on just being here. On showing up.
There is SO much I want to share with you that will help support, guide and teach you on your journey in Animal Communication. And I have been guided by the animals to drill down on just one very important teaching tip for you.
And before I go straight there, I would like to share the dream I hold for you:
My biggest dream for you — as it is for all my students — is not that you become
an Animal Communicator, but that you become a Confident Animal Communicator
It doesn’t matter how great an Animal Communicator you are, if you don’t have the confidence to step out and shine light on your gifts, everyone misses out — especially the animals.
So I would like to share with you one of my students’ favourite teaching classes of mine that supports their confidence in connecting and communicating:
From Fearful to Flowing
We ALL experience doubt and fear — even us seasoned Professional Animals Communicators. And fears and doubts, when harnessed positively, can help us reach even greater heights of effectiveness as we push ourselves to be the best we can be.
Yet sadly, what I see most students experience is that awful gripping paralysis that fear and doubts about their ability can cause — meaning they often struggle to even connect with the animals, never mind communicate with them. And whilst the fear is usually always driven by deep desire and integrity to do right by the animals and their guardians, when we allow fear and doubts to creep in we are actually doubting the animal — distrusting them and what they share with us.
So how do you shift from that place of doubt and/or fear?
It is my experience — and now the experience of my students — that fear and gratitude cannot reside in the same place. So get grateful!
Some of my favourite affirmations to shift fear and doubt include:
Top Tip: It is essential that you don’t just say/repeat the words, but you feel the words. Feel that gratitude. Feel that love. Feel that connection.
Then you are flowing.....
Wishing you much magic in your communications!
Love & Blessings,
Having lived all her life terrified of animals, Sarah-Jane had no experience of animals or animal communication until a strange experience one night in 2004. This experience of a talking dog shook the very foundations of her logical, ordered world. Trusting the signs that were presented to her, she left her career in Education to pursue these leads into Animal Communication – a world she never knew existed.
She found it a long and lonely journey, fraught with frustration, fear and insecurity. Never giving up and always learning from the animals, she has spent the past 15 years dedicated to supporting students so they do not ever have to feel alone, doubtful and without support – like she was.
Utilizing her background in Personal Development and Education, Sarah-Jane delivers robust training courses in Animal Communication including her Professional Practitioner Programme.
Sarah-Jane’s work has received widespread media attention both nationally and internationally, appearing on numerous Radio Shows, TV , magazines and newspapers.
Find out more at http://sarah-janepetwhisperer.com
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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.
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!
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.