When it comes to animal communication, much of the focus is often on getting ourselves clear enough to understand what our animals are saying. But sometimes it's our animals who are unclear, not only about our meanings, but about their roles in our lives.
Animal communication pioneer Penelope Smith says in her book Animal Talk that we can dramatically improve our relationships with our animals and their fulfillment in life by making sure they have a purpose or job. By knowing for sure, for example, that they are here to teach you patience or cheer you up — instead of guessing that their job is to protect you and the house by marking their territory on your carpets and barking crazily at every passerby — our animal friends can feel at peace, happier, more responsible, responsive, and fulfilled. Penelope recommends first observing your animals to see what kinds of things they like and are already good at (genetics or breed may also come into play). Then talk with your animals and come up with suitable job descriptions!
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