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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