Animal-Human Communication

Often your cat will stand by its food bowl and meow in a way that doesn’t leave much to the imagination. In moments like these, animal-human communication can be direct and unmistakable.

However, there are other times when you may sense subtler changes in your pet that are not connected to anything obvious. Your animal might be moody, standoffish, or depressed. She might react to the move to a new apartment or fights between you and your spouse. The animal might suddenly dig up a new flower bed or shred the carpet, or use it to release himself.

In such situations, an animal communicator, who is skilled in sensing the subtler messages, can create a bridge from human to animal and help to understand the deeper messages hidden behind troubling behaviours and find solutions to resolve the behaviours.

Good communication is a foundation of a healthy relationship.

Animal communication is about relationships, about relationships the animal experiences with other animals, with their human friends, or with life itself. Just as importantly though, it is also about the person’s relationship with their own self, with other humans, and with the world.” – Penelope Smith

Intuitive communication with an animal is not about reading body language. You do not even have to see the animal you wish to talk to. You can get a photograph of the animal, connect telepathically, and start sharing feelings or thoughts.

Telepathic communication involves the direct transmission of feelings, intentions, thoughts, mental images, emotions, impressions, sensations, and pure knowing. Animals experience the full spectrum of emotions, just as humans do. Information can be sent or received mentally as an emotion, a physical feeling, a picture, a word, a phrase, an idea, a scenario (like a movie), a smell, or a taste.

How can Animal Communication help me and my animal?

  • Animal Communication will enhance your relationship with your pet.
  • Animal Communication can assist animals with transitions and environment changes to prevent anxiety and fear of abandonment.
  • Animal communication can help them during difficult times such as illness and when it is time to cross over, to share last wishes the animal may have, and letting you know when it is ready to pass on.

Animal Communication should, however, never be used as a substitute for professional veterinary care. A licensed veterinarian should always be consulted when an animal is ill. The information obtained from an animal during communication can be provided to a veterinarian to assist him/her. Useful information for the veterinarian may be what level of pain the animal is in or where and how the animal feels when taking medicine, how the animal feels physically, and if the animal is ready to pass on.

Many of us feel guilt over the the decision to end the life of a beloved animal, and we ask ourselves repeatedly: “Did I do the right thing?” or “Did he suffer terribly?” Through animal communication, we gain a better understanding of how animals view death and dying, and how their depth of love enables them to accept our decisions and receive the final acts of caring and love we give them.

“If you talk with the animals they will talk with you and you will know each other. If you do not talk to them, you will not know them, and what you do not know, you will fear. What one fears one destroys.” – Chief Dan George, Salish, British Columbia, 1899-1981.

For an explanation of how animal communication can be enhanced using Linking Awareness please click here or go to the Linking Awareness page.

BodyTalk practitioners who specialize in Animal Communication:

Arjen Faanhof Mnandi
Advanced Certified BodyTalk Practitioner (PaRama)
Cell: 083 285 8033 | Email:

Beatrice du Plessis Rooihuiskraal
Certified BodyTalk Practitioner
Cell: 082 821 6564 | Email:

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