Animal Communication Over The Phone – Seriously?

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Animal Communication Over The Phone – Seriously?

In this day of technology, many of us are able to telecommute to our work from the convenience of our home office. We can hook up via the Internet to stay on top of emails, and our cell phones can link us in to most meetings quickly and easily. Does the same apply to the profession of animal communication? It’s one thing to participate in a meeting via phone or web conference, but can an animal communicator work with animals via phone or web conference?

One of the most frequently asked questions I receive from new clients is: how can you work with my animal if you aren’t right here with them?

Most of my animal communication consultations are performed from my home office via phone. I have a comfy chair where I curl up with my phone and the provided photograph of the subject animal. I work with the animal’s human guardian on the phone, giving the guardian real-time access to their beloved pet’s comments, feelings, and concerns. In the same way, the guardian has opportunity to express their love, appreciation, and expectations to their animals in real-time.

While the phone line connects me directly with the guardian, my link to the animal needs no physical, tangible connection. By focusing on the animal through a photograph or verbal physical description, the telepathic linkage to the animal is created.  With the guardian present via phone, I invite the animal to join us in conversation. Quite often the animal is immediately and enthusiastically ready to chat; occasionally the animal is a little more reserved until they are assured of the purpose of our conversation and that their beloved guardian is fully present and participating in the conversation. At the beginning of the consultation I “test” the linkage by describing a few general characteristics of the animal as presented by the animal to the guardian for validation, and then we proceed with the guardian’s questions and topics for their pet.

Does this differ from an in-person animal communication session? The only real difference between a phone and an in-person consultation is the presence, or lack thereof, of the phone itself! Very often the animal will come and go from the room in which our consultation is happening. With just a brief visual of the animal initially, the same telepathic linkage to the animal is present during an in-person consultation just as in a phone consultation.

The only true advantage of an in-person consultation is for the human guardian to have the comfort level of a one-to-one connection with the animal communicator. This is very valid, and I am happy to offer an in-person communication session if the human is most comfortable with this approach. The advantage of an animal communication session via phone is the absence of distractions, both for the animal communicator and the animals. If your pets are shy or have stranger fear, or if the home is a bit chaotic with the demands of young children, for example, then a phone consultation may be more comfortable for all concerned.

I look forward to working with your beloved animals for a variety of relevant topics. Schedule your animal communication consultation now for a deeper understanding of behaviors, symptoms, and quality of life.

1 Comment

  1. Lauren says:

    Wow! Is this really true? It’s the first time I heard about it. this is more convenient. Is there a vet that performs telepathy her in stillwater

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