No one wants to be around a grumpy, angry, or stressed out person. That includes your animals or any of those you wish to connect with. Which is why it's so important to create the right mood before communicating. Amelia Kinkade recommends summoning the deep love you have for the animal as one of the first steps. Marta Williams suggests beginning with a positive thought or affirmation. Christophe Ambrosino offers an interesting method of always beginning with happiness so that animals will be open or attracted to you rather than repelled or closed. Whichever method you use, it does seem like the end result is the same: send good vibes and you'll get them back.
You don't have to yell to get your point across or to be heard. In fact, as animal communicator Christophe Ambrosino says in one of his wonderful YouTube videos, you can say everything you need simply by projecting through intention. In this video, he takes you through a simple exercise to demonstrate this, first starting you off by saying "hello" out loud, then gradually reducing your volume, yet retaining the same genuine intention behind the word. This works the same when you do it in your mind. This may be the emotional element many of us are leaving out of our communications. Let's see what happens when we starting putting it back in...
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