You may have heard the stories (or witnessed it in person) about that one person in every animal communication class who hits the ground running. While everyone else is struggling (mostly with their doubts and inhibitions), this person is recording volumes during practice sessions. Apparently, it likely has something to do with how limber their consciousness is; their ability to just let the thoughts and information flow freely. Animal communication author and teacher, Marta Williams, reports that when she once asked one of these rock star communicators her secret, the answer was automatic writing. This is sort of a stream of consciousness, freeform style that has you write whatever comes to mind — without stopping to read or correct. So now Marta recommends spending 10-15 minutes a day doing this kind of writing, on any subject, to help prep your mind for your breakthrough moment. Ready? Go!
If the front door doesn't work, try the back door! That's the gist of Marta Williams' advice when trying to establish intuitive communications with an animal. In her book, Learning Their Language, she outlines two ways to request information: 1) Direct. This is when you mentally send a question directly to your animal friend and record the impressions you receive. Sometimes, however, the animals don't know the answers. In those cases, use 2) Indirect. This is connecting with universal knowledge, asking for that information, and recording your impressions through any of your senses. Marta says she uses both methods depending on the situation. Interesting to know we have options!
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Wouldn't it be great to be able to browse some of the best tips, advice, and methods in animal communication? Sort of like a "greatest hits" album that pulls out the nuggets just for you. That's what this journal is all about — complete with numbered posts to chart the hits along the way. Read More
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