Do animals communicate telepathically with each other?
Animals can communicate with one another telepathically, with their own species and cross-species. This is not to say that they always understand one another, or agree to “get along”. In consultations I have received complaints from dogs that the cat is “saying rude things”; on the other hand some animals who seem to interact very little physically, are sometimes close friends because of their telepathic connection. Animals are very aware of telepathy, and they consider their thoughts to be “out loud”. A wild rabbit will avoid telling its fellow rabbits about an illness to avoid having a fox intercept the telepathic message.
Are animals surprised when a human communicates with them telepathically?
Animals are rarely surprised when I contact them. They are accustomed to “hearing” the thoughts of humans, and many assume that humans can hear their thoughts. Usually it is the opposite; people are surprised at how much their animals have been paying attention to what they say in the house and on the telephone!
Do animals wish that their people could talk with them telepathically all of the time?
Most species are not chatty; people tend to communicate more than many animals. Telepathy is not small talk; it is about feelings and understanding. Animals are generally comfortable in the moment, not feeling a need to discuss every detail, just being together is enough. When I am around animals, I usually receive a sense of peace and quiet, not telepathic chatter. Animals living with humans appreciate when the human understands their emotional state and looks after their needs for physical and mental well-being. This can be achieved without special telepathic abilities, and over time can be enhanced with more telepathic practice.
What can I do to listen to my animals?
Meditating with your animals is a very effective way of receiving thoughts and feelings from your animals. Don’t expect a booming voice in your mind; the feelings are much more subtle than that. You might like to sit with your animal and enjoy the sunshine, breeze, and delicious smells of the outdoors. There is no need to try hard to understand, just allow moments to unfold, appreciate the surroundings, and your animal’s natural ability to be in the moment will help you focus.