What is Animal Communication?

Communication with another species is done telepathically. Telepathic means feeling at a distance. The communication may be received in words, feelings, smells, tastes or pictures. It is a heart centred two-way conversation that animals choose to be part of. It is not about being psychic but is dependent on an ability to communicate through the heart. It is vital to become still enough to deeply listen and receive any messages.

Kerrie with Maverick

Animals send me words, pictures, feelings, smells, tastes and thoughts that I translate into words. They talk about what’s important in their world from what’s worrying them right up to what their favourite food is.  Most of my work is done via Skype (or telephone) and your animal does not need to be with you at the time of the consultation.  As I communicate telepathically, I do not need to attend in person to facilitate a conversation between you and your animal.

Animals don’t always tell us what we want to hear
but they do tell us what we need to hear.

They are wise, funny and never complicated and all animals I consult with can’t wait to start talking and have their story told. I constantly hear from people how there is an instant change in their animal after the consultation. This ranges from greater calm to there being a stronger bond to a change in behaviour.

All animals, including humans are born with the natural ability to communicate without spoken words. All children can do it until it is socialised out of them, but this is definitely changing.

Animals are sentient beings and have feelings and emotions just like us. They have the ability to make decisions. They communicate with us constantly and desire to communicate more deeply with us. You may just not realise that you are communicating with your animals because you think that the thoughts and feelings are your own.

The animals want us to learn to communicate with them and want to see us walking on the earth in deeper connection with ourselves. In connecting more deeply with ourselves communicating with animals becomes possible.

Animal communication can help:

  • Hear what your animal is thinking and feeling
  • Deepen the connection and bond between you & your animal
  • Negotiate changes in behaviour
  • Calm fears and adjust to new circumstances or surroundings
  • Support and assist veterinary care
  • Support and assist in times of dying
  • Sort out relationships with other animals
Kerrie feeding mother and daughter at Singapore Zoo

Please note: Animal Communication is not a substitute for veterinary care but a tool to assist in the deepening of the bond between you and your animals. It can bring lasting change for you both.