Have you ever looked at your dog and wondered what it would be like if he could understand what you were thinking? Well, according to some experts, they can, in fact, and everyone can.
Usually, these experts are known as animal communicators or a special type of medium that works with animals. And according to them, telepathy between you and your pet is not very different from telepathy between two people. Raphaela Pope explains on her website that “the dictionary defines telepathy as “the communication of impressions of any kind from one mind to another, regardless of recognized sensory channels”.
“My experience is that telepathy is the universal language of the animal kingdom. I believe that humans are born with telepathic abilities, but tend to suppress or forget them when they learn spoken language. Telepathic communication assumes that animals are sentient beings with their own intentions, desires, choices, and their own way of seeing the world.
And there are many examples of this telepathic sense that animals seem to have. One man who was a sailor avoided telling his mother this on his way home because she was worried if he was stopped on his way home. But she always knew when he was, thanks to her cat. Apparently the cat, who was very attached to him, sat down at the front door and started meowing very loudly for about two hours before he was supposed to come home.
Other incidents have been reported in which other cats hid from their owners before going to the vet. Some people have even reported that before a mass disaster, animals could somehow sense the impending disaster and behave in an unusual way. There have been 177 reports of dogs reacting strangely to their owners’ death or starting to suffer when their owners died away from them, while 62 cases of cats have been reported.
Now, if you want to “embark”, no pun intended, on a journey of communication with animals, it’s actually quite simple. Observe your pet and calm your mind. Now, in the same way as in meditation, immediately ignore all imaginary thoughts. Animals communicate through images, movement, and short visual stories, so you should do the same.
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