Thank you for taking steps to communicate and build the bonds between animals and humans.
Over the years, I have had to remind myself that what comes through in a communication is from the animal’s perspective. When you do more and more communications, you may come across some people, with good intentions, who feel you haven’t quite picked up on their animal's situation correctly. Let me give you an example using my dog.
I have an American Staffy that we rescued some years ago. When he first arrived, he decided that his job was security. He felt like he was doing an amazing job and if anything came near the house or the fence or anywhere near us, he would spring into action and he felt that he needed praise for all of his hard work. From our perspective, he was NOT security, he was becoming more trouble than we anticipated and quite frankly, we found him being a bully to our other dogs. Not only did he need good, positive, consistent training, we needed to communicate with him and negotiate the terms of his job. While he felt that he should be somewhat like a policeman with a gun, we felt that he should be more security guard at a gathering, with no guns, so to speak. In this situation, human and animal had very different perspectives on the same situation. As the animal communicator, it’s our role to explain both sides of a situation to the other party. I have found that sometimes just by making the animal feel ‘heard’, they will change their behaviour.
Another example of perspective
I could say to someone ‘that person is quite tall’ because to me, they are. However, to someone taller than I am, the person could just be normal height.
These are a few examples how perspective on a situation can be completely different. Neither perspective is wrong.
I want to encourage you that what you get, you get from the animal, from their perspective. It doesn’t mean that what you get is wrong, it’s just from a different perspective. I always tell clients that what I receive is ‘the animal’s message’ and it’s the way that they see the situation.
As you do more communications, you will become more comfortable in knowing that even if a client might not understand the message you bring across at first, once you explain that it’s from the animal’s perspective, they will appreciate the information which will ultimately bring the human and animal into a more bonded relationship.
The information that you bring through is invaluable to an animal's person.
Trust yourself and in your ability.
Nicole Elizabeth is an animal medium and communicator as well as a Certified Usui Animal Reiki Practitioner. She works remotely with animals all around the world, living or deceased, specialising in passed pets. She works by pure spirit to spirit communication, with no need for any divination tools. Her aim is to bridge the gap between animals and their people, which strengthens the bond between the two. Nicole brings through the animal's message, in their words. More information about Nicole at www.connecttoanimals.com
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