Would You Like to Know What Your Animal Companion is Thinking and Feeling? Now You Can!

Written by Susan Dunn, The EQ Coach


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What can this do for us? Both people and animals benefit from adding this level of communication, says Jacquelin. Besides deepeningrepparttar connection with our pet and enjoying being closer, animals help us and teach us about ourselves and one another.

COMMUNICATE WITH MORE THAN A PAT OR A STROKE

How does an Animal Communicator do this? Jacquelin works mostly overrepparttar 125537 phone where she helps owners understand their pets.

"Sue called me," she says, "because she couldn’t figure out why her cat, Jane, would not userepparttar 125538 cat door to go outside. When I asked Jane why, she shot me a picture ofrepparttar 125539 cat door and showed me thatrepparttar 125540 first time she started to walk through it, she got scared and didn’t feel safe. She feltrepparttar 125541 walls might close in on her. I could feelrepparttar 125542 fear she felt with this experience. Then I communicated nonverbally with Jane and told her she’d be safe and thatrepparttar 125543 walls wouldn’t close in on her. I sent her a picture of how she could walk through it. The next day Sue called and told me that Jane was now usingrepparttar 125544 cat door."

Jacquelin can help you getrepparttar 125545 message across in ways a pat or a stroke cannot. She offers step-by-step techniques for communicating with your animal companion that you can learn with consultations, workshops, booklet or tape.

"I can’t tell you what a relief it was," says MJ Abell, one of Jacquelin’s clients, "to find out what was going on. My cat was doing destructive things while I was at work, and Jacquelin showed me what to do. It worked like a charm! My cat had been trying to tell me all along, but I wasn’t gettingrepparttar 125546 message."

Visual images are important, says Jacquelin, especially when you’re trying to work with your animal companion for a behavior change, one of Jacquelin's specialties.

I think I’ll pick uprepparttar 125547 phone right now because Baby Kittee has been meowing for several minutes and I have no idea what she wants!

Jacquelin Smith, Animal Communicator, http://www.jacquelinsmith.com , offers private consultations, workshops and other materials to help you learn to communicate with your animal. She’srepparttar 125548 founder ofrepparttar 125549 Prayer Line for Animals, and author of "Talking withrepparttar 125550 Animals©." Mailto:jacquelinsmith@jacquelinsmith.com to schedule your session.



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Late-breaking News About Our Companion, the Dog

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Dogs and humans go way back. It appears Palaeolithic humans tamed dogs 15,000 years ago. According to Peter Savolainen, an evolutionary biologist atrepparttar Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden, that's when we bred aggression out of wolves and made dogs pets.

Another researcher, Brian Hare, at Harvard has been studying dogs' special ability to communicate with humans. He did experiments where he hid food and then used nonverbal means of communication to indicate where it was. He tested dogs, human-reared wolves, chimps, and puppies. Chimps and wolves couldn't find it, but dogs and even puppies, who hadn't been around humans, knew what it meant when researchers pointed atrepparttar 125536 place, or 'eyed' it, or placed a item on it.

Hare's studies are showing that although chimps are our closest relatives genetically, they cooperate and communicate very poorly with us. But oh our dogs can! Want to make a webpage for your dog? Go here: http://66.13.229.109/mature_pet_page.asp

Want to nominate your dog for pet ofrepparttar 125537 day? Go here: http://www.petsmart.com/smart_pet_of_the_day

Want to enter your dog in Pet ofrepparttar 125538 Month contest? Go here: http://www.indulgeyourpet.com/iypenter.shtml

©Susan Dunn, The EQ Coach, offers The EQ Foundation Course© on the Internet, for individuals and for licensing. Your EQ is more important to your happiness and success than your IQ. www.susandunn.cc. mailto:sdunn@susandunn.cc for FREE ezine.




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