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So often people are interested in learning the ancient art of animal communication because they desperately want to learn how to communicate with their own animal. They then become frustrated because they just can’t seem to be able to receive information from their animal even though they may have had previous successes with other people’s animals. Disappointingly they may then give up or lose hope, believing that they just do not possess the animal communication ‘gift’. 

I am here to tell you that the ‘gift’ is given to all human beings and as long as you are taught in the right way, you can learn it too. 

You will have far more success if you begin with domestic animals that you don’t know. Why is this? The answer is really very simple..

Within Seership, if something emotionally matters to you, it is far harder to be an accurate receiver. For instance, if we are very worried about our animal – if it is unwell for example, then it is far better to recruit an animal communicating friend or professional to have that chat for you.

This is not to say that you will not have received accurate information from your animal. It is just that it will likely have been crowded out by all the other hundreds of possibilities that your worried mind is imagining. 

The best place to begin to practice your animal communication skills is to begin with a photograph of an animal from someone that you don’t know and whose animal you do not know. Animal Communication Workshops  are a great way of experiencing this. However, outside of workshop settings, this is best undertaken with a photograph of a friend of friend’s animal.

Don’t forget that at this stage, it is better to avoid anyone who wants animal communication proving to them. Remember you are just beginning out on this journey or maybe just a fledgling so your confidence is precious and must be protected at all costs. Create an emotionally safe environment so that you will feel able to say whatever it is that you are receiving. 

Gaze at the soul in the photograph for a few moments and then turn it over so that you cannot see it any longer and then imagine the animal in front of you. If you cannot imagine it well, just ‘know’ that its presence is in front of you. This will lead to far better results in the long term and will maintain your confidence so that your skills continue to grow. 

The other wonderful thing about photographs is that they don’t wriggle, scratch themselves or wander off! This will support your ability to concentrate at the beginning.

By working with animals that you don’t know and getting feedback from the animal’s guardians, you will begin to know when you are truly holding a thought conversation with an animal and when it is just your internal dialogue. The last stage is applying your skills to communicating with your own animals. This is really the last step!

Good luck and never give up!