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More About Telepathic Communication

An interspecies communication session is a three-way conversation between the animal, the client, and the communicator. It is important that all three participate in the conversation and that all three have a desire for the free exchange of ideas, information, thoughts, and feelings.

Our animals are almost always eager to participate when our intention is to help strengthen understanding and bring clarity to their relationship with human family members and other animals in the household. They almost always respond honestly and enthusiastically to sincere questions asked by those they love.

The communicator's primary intention is to help the flow of information between the client and the animal. They do this by interpreting and translating the subtle perceptions they receive from the animal. Depending upon the communicator's skills and knowledge, he or she may also act as an advisor or counselor, offering relevant advice.

If any one of the participants is not fully engaged in the conversation, the quality of the communication will suffer. If, for some reason, the animal is not interested in communicating, there will be nothing for the communicator to convey to the client. If either the client or the communicator is distracted or not fully engaged in the interaction, the strength of the connection will diminish. And if anyone has a judgmental attitude toward another, the connection will be corrupted.

The full and honest participation by all three individuals is essential to satisfying communication. A strong connection grows even stronger through the exchange of ideas and feedback. When a strong, clear connection exists, the client will recognize the truth in what is being communicated and sometimes the animal may even display a relevant outward response. On the other hand, if any one of the three participants pulls back from the conversation for some reason, the connection will immediately weaken or even be broken.

Sometimes a client can unintentionally interfere with the connection by asking a testing question. A testing question is a question to which the client already knows the answer, but is instead asking the question to see if the communicator will get the correct answer.

In this case, the hidden question is, "Are you really talking to my animal?" ...and, in truth, the question is being asked of the communicator, not of the animal. This dishonesty, although unwitting, interferes with the subtle telepathic connection a connection which is based on trust, honesty, and a desire to understand the animal's thoughts and feelings.

When a client asks a testing question, the focus is no longer on the animal, they have shifted the focus to the communicator's performance this drastically changes the energetic exchange of the conversation. The animal will feel this abrupt change and his attention may wander away from the conversation. The communicator will feel the change and notice that the connection has diminished and may even begin to feel a natural anxiety as the client's focus shifts from the animal's feelings to the communicator's performance.

Of course, it is natural for clients to want to know if the communicator does indeed have a real connection with their animal companion. The best way to know that the communicator has a true connection is to continue to ask honest, sincere, detailed questions and observe the answers. When a true connection exists, the entire conversation provides emotionally fulfilling and revealing insight into the animal's personality and experience of life. While this may not be quantifiable, the satisfaction gained from such a conversation is unmistakable.

Telepathic communication is based on a deep empathy between all involved. The communicator must bring a sincere intention to put aside his or her own perceptions, desires, and opinions and perceive instead the experiences of the animal and understand what the animal wants to communicate to the client. The client contributes to the connection by asking important, sincere questions with a real need to know the answers. By asking such heartfelt questions, the client helps set up a vibration of trust and is expressing a real longing for hearing the truth from the animal. The animals, knowing that their feelings and experiences are of great importance, indeed are the very reason for the conversation, almost always feel a keen interest in and a real commitment to sharing their thoughts fully and truthfully. This is the setting in which meaningful and rewarding telepathic communication can occur.

2009 :: Shalini Bosbyshell