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What Animals Talk About

What Animals Talk About

I love animals so much and I want soooo bad to talk to them telepathically. But, I don’t know, I mean, I’ve heard something like “Animals don’t have an intelligent level of communication like we do,” or something like that. I mean, besides petting and simple words, can we SERIOUSLY talk to animals? I’ve never heard of anyone being able to do that. It doesn’t seem possible. How come I’ve never heard of it before? Are there just some people who are gifted to communicate with animals like that? Please let me know. Thank you! *K.T.*

I guess it depends on what you want to talk about with your pet. You’re not going to get any information from them on topics that aren’t part of their life experience. No political views for animals. They will visit with you if they think you’re serious about doing things to help them change something that directly impacts them. No frivolous chatter, it will shut them down. No major philosophic discussions either. Just be with them and if they feel like you need to know something they will find a way to tell you about it. If you don’t hear it they will probably act out their opinion for you.

Read Arther Myers book or some of Penelope Smith’s books for further clarification and examples of what pets think about. Dawn Brunke has a new book out called Animal Voices. It has information in for you too. Take care, Laura

You make a good point – only in rare circumstances will we come upon an animal philosopher who may have a larger view of the world… but the key purpose of most animal communications is about learning how they feel, what they like and don’t like in their environment, how we can exist together in a more harmonious way… animal communications can help a lot in the training process, but they also make living together more interesting and enjoyable. Lotsa LLLove, Danielle

Animals on Social Issues

Can animals communicate to us on national/international issues such as unemployment, the environment, war, health care, etc.? Many thanks! Mark

Most animals would just kind of say “duh” if you asked about the larger questions that you describe… some who have had some number of incarnations with humans show themselves as philosophers, but there again, most of their insights would be around the way we live our lives, as opposed to the environment or the political situation… that said, they are tuned in to their personal environments and probably would respond to questions about their own worlds and what they sense around them… animals are basic in their communications – they talk about how they feel, how they think you feel, what they like and don’t like, and who and why… but their interest is in relationship with their specific worlds in the smaller sense, ie in terms of how it affects them in the here and now.

They understand the weather and some can be very sensitive to changes in the seasons and the climate, can tell when storms are coming, or when the earth might break apart around them… but this knowledge is almost genetic in nature, in the sense that the knowledge of what certain sounds and sensations means is almost genetically programmed… so even this knowledge isn’t so much psychic and intuitive as it is instinctual. Hope that helps. Lotsa LLLove, Danielle

I agree with Danielle. You aren’t going to find animals willing to have intellectual conversations. They have no time for that or concept of what the greater benefit it could be to them. They aren’t even aware of the dynamics you asked about.

Your better source for those types of questions are the talking heads on the TV and radio talk shows. Those political pundits have all the answers and little or no way to get what they desire put into effect. Animals have no interest in those things. As Danielle said they are only interested in how things would directly effect them and their home life. Take care, Laura

I Want Advice From My Animals

Laura says, be careful, animals and humans DO think differently

Hello Laura! I want to ask you…I have a mixed breed dog. Her name is Trixie. I want to ask you if you do far-away readings, because I really want to know if my dog can help me in some way to understand her, and ask her if she really wants to talk with me. I live in Sweden. And I can’t afford anything expensive, so if you could help me. I’ve just finished reading a book about talking with animals, and it fascinates me. I have always wanted to do this, read the animals minds, and in that way help them with their problems or maybe ask them for advice or just have a “chat” with them. I love animals and what could’nt be a better way to learn more about them and their thoughts. Maybe get beneath their furry surface and just learn to love them as a person, not a pet! With love Emma Lindmark, Sweden

Trixie tries to let you know her wants and desires in many ways. Most of them are body signals and vocalizations. If you respond to her vocalizations with a similar pitch in your voice and ask a question, or make a statement, see how she responds to you. Does she just look at you – as if to say, ‘ You didn’t get it” or “Wrong”, or does she get excited and wag her tail – as if to say, “That’s it! ” or “You got it!”. That’s how she and you can work together to get the flow going. Also watch her eyebrows. They can do some talking to! Also, blinking or closing the eyes means a lot too.

Do remember though, Trixie is a dog, not a person. She won’t really know how to respond to you if you ask her about issues that relate to people. Or if you are looking for a response that a person might give, don’t expect Trixie to answer in that way. She is a dog and needs to be respected for those views and not made into a little person in dog suit. It isn’t fair to her, and you’ll be missing the lesson in Trixie’s wisdom. Animals have a different conciseness than humans. Humans have a lot of things we have to do that our animal friends don’t have to deal with in there present incarnation. It gets too convoluted to mix the two up and lowers your awareness in the process. Granted these are times that enough people are waking up to see the the animals point of view on things, but it is not the same as a humans responsibility to the collective consciousness of the world. It is also important for dogs, and each other species, to blend their thought and each species to grow as a whole in collective thought.

There is a story about an ape observer watching monkeys in the wild. One day he noticed one monkey using a twig in a new way for a tool. As time progressed the whole band of monkeys learned how to use the tool in the same way. Finally it came to where the hundredth monkey learned the lesson then, as if by magic, the whole species of monkey were using a twig for a tool in the same way. This is collective consciousness. If enough of any species gets the lesson it gets into the daily life of all. It is important for each species to grow at their own rate and not be blasted into something that would be ungrounding for the animal. They would have no way to reference the thought or the action.

For example, you wouldn’t expect a toddler to do quantum math. In the case of a dog or cat, we can’t expect animals to behave and communicate as a human would. Mimic possibly, but to truly understand? You get the point.

It’s easy to anthromorphosize our pets, but it isn’t fair to them. To paraphrase Freud, “Sometimes a horse is just a horse.”

Keep up the good work and keep “listening” to the animals around you. Love, Laura

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