For instance, when our pets fall sick or get injured, we often ask them how they feel or where exactly it hurts them. And most of the time, the pet will lick the place of the injury or wound in response. Or they might even lick us to let us know that they are feeling good or doing fine. The telepathic connection between humans and animals is often subtle and hence, it can go easily unnoticed.
“The relationship we share with our dogs goes beyond just giving commands or taking them for walks, there are moments when a single gaze is enough to communicate in an unspoken language. When your bond with an animal is strong sometimes even the thought of a command is enough for the animal to respond to it,” writes Bhavika.
However, this is not restricted just to dogs. Many animals reveal their psychic tendencies when connected with their human friends. Most pet cats seem to know when their owners are planning to take them to the vet and so they hide away or run out of the house.
“Some animals seem to sense when their owners have had accidents or have died in distant places – as documented on my database of more than 5,000 case histories involving psychic phenomena in animals,” explains Dr. Rupert Sheldrake, author, biologist, and parapsychology researcher. He adds that in several cases pet owners also “knew when their pet had died or was in dire need, even when they were many miles away at the time.”
Traits of human-animal telepathic communication
According to an animal communicator, author, and Yoga instructor Nancy Windheart, there are three unique qualities of genuine telepathic connection between humans and animals:
1. It happens instantly
Telepathic communication between humans and animals is extremely fast. As it occurs instantaneously, our analytical and thinking mind is unable to process it or get involved. This is why we are unable to translate telepathic conversations into verbal conversations. It occurs on an instinctive level and so it happens very quickly. Moreover, when we try to interpret the telepathic messages, it often gets distorted and lost in translation.
Nancy Windheart explains “People often first experience this quality of telepathic communication when animals quickly understand human thoughts or intentions. For example, many dog lovers have had the experience of intending to take their dog out for a nice walk, and no sooner has the thought formed than the dog is at the door, wagging her tail with excitement.”
2. It happens unexpectedly
Telepathic conversations between us and our animal friends often occur at the time when we least expect it. So the transference of thoughts may be surprising or catch you off guard.
When genuine telepathic communication occurs between humans and animals, the messages we receive will often include a drastically different point of view than our own understanding. As animals see the world differently from humans, telepathic communications often have a different meaning and help us gain a new perspective.
“I love witnessing people’s excitement in my animal communication classes when they first really understand how dogs smell the world, how horses experience their energy fields, or how chickens and other birds see. These experiences are far beyond our typical human modes of perception, and when they come in telepathically, they are unmistakable,” adds Nancy.
3. It is complete and comprehensive
Telepathic communication between us and animals is usually whole in nature. Nancy explains “Animals don’t generally communicate in human language, although we may translate what we receive from them into human words and concepts. It’s far more common for animals to transmit a whole package of understanding and multi-sensory information telepathically…because this is the world that they live in.”
For instance, when transferring their thoughts telepathically, animals tend to include their feelings, physical sensations like sights, smells, and sound simultaneously. This message also involves their perspective and understanding about how all of this is important for the telepathic conversation to be complete.
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