You say that anybody can talk with their animals. I want to learn, but I don’t think I’m intuitive enough. How can I tell if I’m intuitive?
The hardest part of animal communication is believing that you can do it. I can teach a kid how to talk with animals in 10 minutes. It takes at least 10 hours with an adult.
Why is that? Why is there such a difference? Partially, it’s because kids aren’t too self-conscious to try. They don’t worry about whether they can or can’t do something. They try it, and if it works, they use it.
You never hear a kid say, “That’s great, but am I intuitive enough?”
You’re intuitive enough. You just need to tap into it.
Here are a few ways to try:
Start by taking a few deep breaths. Then, just by using your mind and not your voice, call your pet from another room (If your pet doesn’t come, but you hear a “No, I’m comfortable,” you’re communicating intuitively)
When you walk down the street, you might see a dog you don’t know. Use your mind and not your voice to say “Hey! Hi! You look like a nice dog.” See if the dog looks at you.
Just like taking up running, you may need to practice a bit before you show any progress. Don’t get discouraged. Don’t judge yourself.
If I laced up my running shoes and headed outside and expected to run 5 miles, I would be sorely mistaken in my abilities. Does that mean that I can never run 5 miles? That I don’t have it in me? Of course not. It just means that I didn’t do it today.
Intuitive animal communication is way easier than running.