Talk to the Animals

Written by Dale Power

If you ever had a pet, you are likely aware that animals have their own personalities, they have likes and dislikes and feelings of affection and, at times anger. It often seems that they are trying very hard to tell us things and trying let us know what it is they want. If we could just understand them. Which with just a bit of practice and understanding, we can.

All animals can be communicated with on a psychic level, in fact they always do! Every time you meet an animal, your subconscious mind lets them know how you feel about it, and in turn, they respond by sharingrepparttar same information about their thoughts and feelings with you. Every single time. The trick, then, is becoming aware of this communication and using it in a way that will create a bond of understanding between you and our animal friends.

To do this we need to understand how psychic communication with animals takes place, how animals think and react on a mental level and what to expect from your “conversations” with animals.

All psychic communication with animals takes place inrepparttar 122111 generally subconscious strata of your brain, for that matter, most psychic and intuitive processes do. Animals think like this allrepparttar 122112 time. This means that animals think in ideas rather than words. They simply “know” what they want or need. They “feel” their way throughrepparttar 122113 world, rather than using reason and logic.

In a manner of speaking, every animal is psychic, as they live and exist in a manner that is completely intuitive in bothrepparttar 122114 manner of thought andrepparttar 122115 parts ofrepparttar 122116 brain used. They lack our higher brain functions however and our ability to learn to focus such abilities. Which explains how a dog may travel over a thousand miles to find his family, yet still not know that he is going to be hit by a car when he gets there. He just doesn’t understand whatrepparttar 122117 information received means.

When trying to connect with an animal, it is important to remember that there won’t be any words or clear pictures coming fromrepparttar 122118 them, at least most types of creatures, so all information that presents itself that way is your own interpretation of their thought, or, more likely, your own imagination filling in information. If you can resist the, very normal, urge to “put words in their mouths” you can get a lot of information from them.

By dealing with them on this level you can get very clear understanding of what they think and want. In turn you can, by clarifying your position, let them know what you think. They are animals though and will have a limited ability to understand abstract information, letters or numbers. This is alright though, because onrepparttar 122119 deep subconscious level you will have to reach to connect with them, you will have some trouble with those concepts too!

Communicating with an animal is notrepparttar 122120 same thing as seizing control of their minds and forcing them to do your bidding! They are still separate entities that have their own needs and wants. If you demand that they do things they don’t wish to, they will ignore, or perhaps, even resent you. If you try to scare them into behavingrepparttar 122121 way you desire, say with threats and intimidation, you may find immediate success, but they will come to fear you. The way to gain good behavior from an animal isrepparttar 122122 same one we always use. Offer them a reward for doing what you want.

Death, Time, and Struggle

Written by White Feather

Okay, let's say that we got a sudden psychic premonition that we were going to die exactly three years from now. The premonition is so strong and clear that there is no doubt as to its veracity. Would we fight it and try to change it with our thinking, ordaining it away? Or would we "give uprepparttar struggle and allow a quiet and non-resistant departure"? And if we did "give uprepparttar 122110 struggle", would we suddenly find that life was very different without "the struggle"? Withoutrepparttar 122111 struggle, would we find that it really did not matter how much time we had left?

The key elements here are time and struggle. THEY ARE VERY RELATED! If we change our concept of either one, then our concept of death must also change.

And if we really truly have free will, then we cannot die unless it is a choice on at least some level. This, of course, begsrepparttar 122112 question, "Why would any of us choose death?"

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