I thought I would write this blog to help you all have an insight into understanding how to get the most out of an animal communication experience, and how my work has evolved over the last few years.
Many years ago when I first started doing animal communications I would specifically say to people - 'don't tell me anything'. This was my way of reassuring myself that I hadn't made it all up. Throughout this period of my learning I was amazed at what information I could get. I remember sitting and endlessly worrying before pressing send on a communication email back to an animals person. Wondering what the response might be, would it be useful, was it relevant etc, etc.
Through this process and way of working I learnt so much, and most importantly I learnt to trust the information I was receiving as more often than not it was validated and verified by the animals people. Often quite unique scenarios or health problems would be confirmed afterwards, which had I of know about I probably would have thought I made it up based on the information I had been given.
Fast forward a few years, and I began to trust myself in the process of the communications and realised that if I had more information available in the first place, the communication could go to a deeper place and generally could be much more specific within just one communication rather than needing several sessions.
I realised it's a bit like turning up to a meeting with someone and saying 'Hi, I'd like to talk, how about you?' and having no framework or subject to work through. You might have an interesting conversation, but not necessarily about anything specific until you stumble upon some interesting topics after talking for a while.
As my work has been evolving, so have the communications. I have started to ask for more background information and specific questions and messages from the animals people for me to communicate to their animals. This has opened up the communications into something even more meaningful and with more depth and information coming through. It has meant that I can get straight to the point with the animals fairly quickly.
Most recently, during the communications I have started asking the animals- 'do you have any messages for humans?' Some do and some don't. The ones that do seem to have quite wonderful life lessons and messages to share with us that come as anything from a few sentences up to a paragraph or so. Sometimes like a poem, sometimes words about something that resonates with their person and sometimes words that are relevant to and resonate with all of life and humanity.
So I really hope this blog has helped give you an insight into how to make the most of your animals communication. If there are specific things you would like to know about then it helps if you let me know before hand. When you send over the photo email to book in, include an outline of the situation or scenario, along with a list of questions and messages you would like me to include in the communication. I then start with this information to 'set the scene and intention' of the communication, and will add in any relevant questions and messages as I go along and let the process unfold in that way.