Stay safe, be cool As it’s getting to be summertime, you’re going to need tips on how to keep your dog cool to keep them safe. Did you know that a dog’s breath is 102 degrees with 100 percent humidity? They cool themselves by panting. But during the summer, it can be harder for them […]
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Pet Communication: Understanding the Importance of the Heartmind Connection
This article was previously published February 9, 2014, and was updated on April 12, 2022 Did you know that your pet is talking to you telepathically and energetically all the time? They are using their own communication – pet communication – just begging for you to understand them. I believe everyone is equipped to feel, […]
You Are Not Communicating With Animals As Clearly As You Think You Are
Are You Communicating With Animals As Clearly As You Think You Are? Are you struggling with to communicate with animals? I’ve been thinking about animal communication a lot lately and help students improve their intuitive skills and abilities. Often, new animal lovers come into our community by starting with my free ebook, Hidden Secrets to […]
Communicate With Animals Using These 3 Techniques
3 Ways to Better Communicate with Animals The only true way to know if an animal is sad, depressed, lonely, or bored… or if they are in pain, or have a headache… or, the classic, “how do I know if my pet is happy?” is by communicating directly with them. When you can communicate with […]
Do You Have What It Takes To Be An Animal Communicator?
Eddie asked, “Can you tell me what to do to turn pro as an animal communicator?” You might be wondering, too… After all, you love animals; you care about their health and well-being. You are interested in learning how to talk with them. You know they have a voice and a rich inner life, and […]
The Amazing Story of Ginny the Elephant (warning – get kleenex!)
Once upon a time, I took my group of animal communication students to the San Antonio Zoo. Their instructions were to wander around and find animal teachers to practice communicating with for about an hour. Then we were all to meet at the elephant enclosure because there was a very special elephant there named Ginny […]