The beginning of each session with a new client usually starts with me asking them if they’re familiar with how animal communication works. Most new clients have had some input from others who have encouraged them to experience a session for themselves. At core value, I explain that animal communication is very much like translation. It’s no different than working with foreign languages, although animals don’t speak English, or your native tongue.
Animals communicate using visuals, but during the translation process, words may be included in a way that I can understand. Animals may also provide sounds, smells, and even, taste. All animal communicators work a little differently, so it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself by asking questions, before a session starts.
A few basic things to consider will set the tone for success and also give you more value for your money:
I’ve been conversing with animals since I could talk, and it wasn’t until my teenage years that I learned not everyone hears their voice. In my case, animal communication is both a gift and a blessing. We all have the ability within us to develop this skill, and you can learn how in one of my classes. Many people ask if it’s exhausting, overwhelming, or mind-jarring to hear so many animals talking at once. The answer is, it could be! It’s much like walking into a party and hearing many small conversations taking place. Fortunately, by raising my vibration, I can “tune out” the chatter, and establish a quiet space in my mind.
This “tuning” is an essential part of how humans can hear animals communicating with us. Much like dialing into a radio frequency, the technique relies on quantum physics. When the human vibrational frequency is adjusted to that of the animal, the wonderful world of animal communication becomes possible. This technique is how I communicate with animals from around the globe- simply by using a photo.
Jen Ortman, owner of Holistipet (LLC) is a Professional Animal Communicator, Animal Reiki Master Teacher, author, and speaker.