Do you wish you could talk to your dog? There are people who are naturally, and through training, very in tune with animals and able to communicate with them more effectively than the average person. Known as animal communicators, these professionals can interact with your dog and give you insight into how they are feeling and what they are thinking. Here are some guidelines and tips to keep in mind so that you can have as productive a session as possible with your dog and an animal communicator.
Tell the communicator a little about your dog.
Sometimes, in an effort to make the communicator "prove" that they can communicate with animals, the pet owner withholds information about their pet. However, this practice does not benefit anyone. It's best to share some information about your dog before the session since doing so helps the animal communicator better understand the messages your dog is trying to convey. In other words, knowing a little more about your dog helps give the communicator context for what the dog may be saying. If you spend just five minutes telling the animal communicator about your dog's history, their preferences, and any health problems they have had, you'll get more out of the session.
Give the communicator space.
When the communicator is there, you obviously want to be in the room and available so they can tell you what they're learning from your dog. However, you do not want to get in the way. Unless the animal communicator asks you to do so, do not hold or touch your dog. Don't interrupt the communicator, verbally or otherwise, while they are working with your dog. Overall, your role is to be quiet, observe, and listen. This helps keep the dog's focus on the communicator and the communicator's focus on the dog.
Start the session in a calm state yourself.
Before the session with the communicator, do something to bring yourself into a state of calmness and relaxation. This could be anything from taking a walk to doing some yoga. Animals are very in tune with the feelings of their owner, so if you are calm, your dog will be calm. Dogs that are in a calm and relaxed state typically communicate more openly with the animal communicator.
If you go into the session feeling relaxed, and if you give the communicator space and tell them about your dog, this can be an incredible experience.Share