Animal Communication is the exchange of thoughts, ideas, emotions, feelings and pictures. Animal communicator Judi Byers uses her ability to help people and animals understand each other on a deeper level. “My goal as a communicator is to help all animals, (this includes the human animal) to understand themselves and others better. To bridge the gap and to cultivate healing, understanding, and to implement the release of fears, bigotry and mistrust so common in our world today.”
Have you ever wondered how your animal friend knows when you are coming home and is waiting by the door? Or when it is bath time or time to go to the vet and they suddenly disappear? How do birds handle intricate flight patterns and ants find your picnic? Simple, it is called telepathy. Animals-human or otherwise, communicate through telepathy. Most humans shut all conscious knowledge of this ability down by the time they are 4 or 5, but many still utilize it without realizing it. With training and a reopening of the subconscious mind, we all still have the ability, and do communicate with animals.
How does it work?
Worldwide native people have openly communicated with the animals for centuries. However, today with our fast moving, too busy world and too much on our minds, we are taught separateness rather than oneness. From birth it is pointed out how we are different rather, than how we are all connected. Consequently have misplaced many of our natural abilities and must rediscover the art of listening and really hearing with not just our ears. The technique Judi uses requires focusing on and the ability to listen to what an animal intends to share. Not being visual, she tends to feel what the animal feels and receives complete thoughts rather than pictures, as many communicators do.
Telepathy knows no time or space so a communicator will connect with you via the telephone or email. This allows her to establish a telepathic connection with your animal friend regardless of where you are physically located. All she needs is a brief description of the animal: name, age, sex, color and the geographical location. You will then be asked what questions you have for your animal. Do not be afraid to give background information regarding the situation, this does not “taint” the communication, but rather saves time in getting to the root of the problem.