Did you hear your first answer ‘NO’
that’s not possible?
Did your answer 'YES’ right away?
I say YES to the question and respect the ones who say NO- that is weird. I can understand your opinion. I am communicating with animal beings since more then 10 years - day in day out. I understand their language and so do you. They have so much life wisdom to share with me and their owners. We actually can learn so much from them when we really take time to listen.
We all came to earth with the ability to understand animals. Feel and see children being with animals..they do understand and talk with them. Be with children, just observe how the animals communicate with them. When the children become teenagers they often lose this ability. The society/schools often don’t value that humans can understand animals. Asked is logic thinking. We get our own pets and it is wonderful to have a companion to cuddle and be together. But do we really understand them? Animals communicate visible in one way we can see a sad animal having tears, invisible are their feelings and with our ears we can listen to their voices that show us excitement, fear or anger.
They have voices.. we need to Tune-In
When I communicate with animals, I feel that I tune in a higher level like to tune in another frequency. I tune into a level where we understand each other. You could compare it with a radio where you look for the right channel. What is most important is that you connect before you start to communicate with your Core Self..your own centre. When you have this deep connection you can connect deep with the animal and you will feel how easy it is.
Start meditating every day and take time for yourself and connect with yourself also by writing down. For example, for what you are daily filled with gratitude. It has also to do with awareness.
Yes, that when you are together with your animal that you are aware of the moment and of you both being together. How often are we with animals, cuddle them but then the daily stress gets more of our attention again.
Connect with yourself for a couple of days and when you feel connected with yourself, you feel ready for a deep connection with your animal, sit down on the floor when your animal is around..just be.. and when your animal is interested in you .. connects with you…connect back. Be with your animal for at least an half till one hour. When your animal likes this connection, put lightly a hand on his/her back and breathe in the same rhythm. Your animal can be your teacher who helps you in your communication just be open for what happens.
Would be interested to hear from you about your deep connection with your animal!
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I will present as Animal Communicator and Psychotherapist in Nepal at the Asia for Animals Conference 2017, in Kathmandu. I felt the urge not only to talk but to bring support and help to the dogs ,cats and cows and all animals in need there.
For me I have a vision that no animals should suffer any longer and that animals and humans will live in deep respect and acceptance of each-other. I want to set steps myself of support and stand beside their wonderful saviors and the amazing animals.
I choose the shelters with the support of the Jane Goodall Institute and an Animal Communicator in Delhi - Kathmandu Shelter, Nepal Shelter, Delhi Shelter, Udaipur Shelter. These 4 shelters are where I feel and can say they love animals, respect them and they are all non-profit shelters. They depend on donations. During my time there I will go to be with them, bring them healing energy and help with money to bring them the support so that they can help even more animals. Every small donation bring us close to what we have believed in - "Respect and Acceptance For All Animals".
I can’t do it on my own like the owner of the shelters but with the support of YOU we can change in a bigger picture and bring in Peace, Love, Medical support and Hope for many more animals.
As you know I am busy preparing for my presentation for the 10th "Asia for Animals" conference that will be held in December in Kathmandu, Nepal. The trip for me means more than just a visit to the conference. I want to connect with the animals there and their carers .
Besides being there, connect and give them healing energy all for free, I would love to bring them money to bring in financial support. After my trip to Nepal, I will be heading to India to my students from India, giving seminars and will also visit animals in shelters and bring in support in different ways.
In both countries support for animals is urgently needed!
Andrea one of my wonderful students of my animal communication training in Perth, Australia created a fundraising campaign that will raise the beneficial money that I can offer to the local shelters and animal welfare workers. You can get more details about the campaign here. - Donate Here
My vision is to connect humans and animals around the globe. I feel my vision starts in Nepal and India and I will go on in other countries. When we connect deeply even with giving financial support we will grow closer together till it is everywhere normal that animals are joyful. free and safe and in wonderful connection with humans. Our world will be a better place have a look at my video:
As animal communicator I listen daily to animals and can tell you they have feelings like you and me and have a deep wisdom to share with us .I will spend time with these animals, quality time, can pass on healing energy and love to them. As animal communicator I know that animals need our respect and acceptance. They deserve our support and we can give them back their dignity. It would be amazing when I could give so much money to their carers that they can heal and nurture these animals and give also other animals on the street a better future .
Thank you for standing beside the animals, their carer and with me!
The 10th Asia for Animals Conference is held in Kathmandu.
I very much look forward to be a part of this conference in December and will be giving a poster presentation. My abstract was chosen and I am filled with gratitude.
The topic of the Conference is Changing Human behaviour and as psychotherapist I know that a lot of humans are disconnected, not aware who they are or what they want, need and so they are not conscious about animal’s needs. They live in daily stress have no time for themselves, limited time for others and certainly no time to connect with animals.
Before you can change the connection of humans with animals we need to bring in change in human behaviour. Being in deep connection with yourself will change you, your relationship with other humans and your connection with an animal. You will be more aware what they need and feel also deep respect for them. You will start to have time..for yourself and your connections with your friends and enjoy quality time with animals.
In my training I give as animal communicator, in the first 2 sessions I keep the focus on connection with yourself. Wonderful is that I experience that after these 2 sessions my students already start to understand animals. They feel a deeper connection with their animals because thanks to the connection with their Core self they are open to deeply connect with the animals.
When we, people who love animals, start to bring in connection with ourselves, we can bring in like a ripple effect that will touch many people. Like a stone that falls into the water. We don’t need to tell others what to do, we can by changing ourselves bring in a change that will lead to a wonderful connection between humans and animals and will lead to a delightful life for the animals.
Imagine a world where humans and animals are deeply connecting and understand each other and live in harmony together!
Donate Here - Animals of Nepal and India need you!
On 9th of June 2017, I went to listen to the speech of Dr Jane Goodall. I was there already early and was so much looking forward to meet her (in person) and listen to her. I bought an amazing book “Reason for Hope” a spiritual journey and for my grandson I bought “Me…Jane”.
She is 83 years old, and brings in HOPE! She is 300 days a year busy to bring - A message that concerns the nature of human beings and our relationship to the other animals with whom we share the planet.
A message of hope- “Hope for the future of life on earth”. She came from England and lived for a long time in the forest with the chimpanzees and studied science and realised we are so similar like other animal beings and we belong to the same planet. Before the event started with her speech I started to read in her book, was touched by her thoughts and saw that we are connected in many ways. After listening to her speech, I felt how humble she is and how connected with the people. It was nice to see the young generation there asking her questions about her work, inspirations and much more.
I had bought a meet and greet ticket, so I got a chance to meet her in persona and I also brought my vision poster with me for her. We didn’t spoke much when we were a short while together but there was a deep connection between us. She signed my book with her words” Follow your heart” how well she did understand me without words. I am One with my heart and learn more and more to follow my heart.
Since that day my life is kind of changed. The next day I received a mail from Jane Goodall Institute in Kathmandu that my abstract has been accepted and I am invited to give a presentation there. I truly believe in what Dr Jane Goodall is doing and through my practice, I bring in change and connection between animals and humans.
I feel my meeting with Dr Jane Goodall was so essential for me: a confirmation that my vision is ready to go alive. Dr Jane Goodall is a role Model and she has touched many hearts and also mine in a profound way!
Like you might have seen on my webpage I have 2 dogs Joya, she is 13.5, a wonderful Labrador and Buddy, 8 who is a wonderful Golden Retriever.
Joya is starting to get deaf and blind and is really getting elder. Still she enjoys her food and can play like a puppy when she likes another dog in the park. She starts to cuddle a lot with me. I feel she starts to lose her energy. Buddy is amazing. Joya is like his mother and they really love each other.
Buddy starts to take care of Joya.
When she wants me to let her out in the middle of the night ..he immediately stands up..lays his head, because he can reach me, on my belly and waits till I get up and goes then back to sleep.
Joya has since she is one year old from time to time seizures and had yesterday again one and Buddy otherwise laid always meters away from her. This time he laid behind her so she had his support till I came and did care for her. I love to see that Buddy takes over the care for Joya. Before it was Joya who cared for Buddy.
Thank you Buddy you are AMAZING! I feel that Joya needs you and you give her exactly the support she needs. I bow my head in respect for you and my heart is filled with love for both of you!
We somehow forgot how to be connected with nature and her language. Your animal is waiting for you to connect. Animals are social and long for real and deep connection with you.
Connecting means to take time with your animal, to sit down and start to be in real contact with your animal. Real connection from eye to eye, like you would be with a common friend or family member. Yes you can! I am sure that every person has the ability deep inside her or himself to connect with animals and even to communicate in your own unique way. The positive news is that everybody can connect with another living being. More positive news is that you can relearn it as most would have forgotten this language of connecting, feeling and understanding each other.
I have successfully connected to hundreds of animals internationally. I have remastered this lost language of ours and want to share with you my knowledge. I can guide you to regain the lost connection and language. I would love to support you to understand your animal in a deeper and more profound way.
Many of you might wonder whether or not I had communicated with Cecil, to answer that question no I did not however I had followed the developments with the murder of Cecil. Today I watched an emotional video of Jericho, the brother of Cecil. If you are interested you can click the ““Link”. You don’t have to be an animal communicator to see the emotions that are portrayed by Jericho of sadness and uncertainty.
For many of us it is hard to believe that animals feel the same emotions as we do when they lose a fellow being which they were close to. This popular believe that we differ and are superior to other living beings I reject based on experience of other animal communicators, research and my own experience. I can only imagine how the pups and females of Cecil must feel as the pups are on their own and might get killed at any stage by another dominant male seeking to take Cecil’s place.
When I learned of the death of Cecil I was sad but also felt that this killing should not be without a “meaning”. This should be the turning point of people “accepting” the hunting and killing of animals.
We have to focus, not looking away and bring in from now on safety for animals! We are destroying nature and living things surrounding us. Being on the top of the food chain comes with responsibility to protect and preserve. Nature does not need us to survive, but we are dependent on it. We can bring the change in the world. The United Nations stated in a report that the fate of nature lies in our hands! Endangered wildlife is under attack and Cecil’s story prompted the United Nations to draft a resolution restricting the illicit wildlife trafficking. It’s one to draft a resolution but it is another to actually implement it. It is up to each and every one of us to support the restriction of wildlife trafficking and abuse. For more information visit the following “Link”.
It is a matter of awareness which determines how a society looks at nature. In some parts of the world the animals we perceive as humans best friends or as cute are a pest or meal in another part of the world. In Japan dolphins are slaughtered and in India they are labelled as non-human persons. There are wide gaps between the respect and awareness in the world. Every year hundreds of species go extinct. A century ago there were over 200’000 wild lions roaming in the African savannah, today it is estimated that there are up to 30’000 lions in the African wilderness and the numbers keep plunging as we erode their habitat and kill them for fun. I don’t want this blog to protect solely lions around the world but all the living things which are victims to our inhumane actions.
I am sorry Cecil that you had to die.. I promise in special to you that with my vision and my work animals will live in dignity and get respected !
Rest in peace Cecil.
The Red Cross Australia First Aid course opened a new horizon to me .You can give first aid to your animals in the future!
It was the first time for me to take the First Aid course since over 20 years. The reason why I decided to partake in the first aid course was that it is a requirement as psychotherapist and provider of private health insurance.
Besides a lot of valuable knowledge I also learned how to give Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and how to use the Defibrillator. I realised how essential these new skills are and that everyone should do this course to support and save life’s.
When the instructor mentioned that the CPR technique also applies to animals I got very excited as an animal communicator. I asked her if she would have further information on this topic, which on my request she provided me with a great resource that I am sharing with you now. I think that also as owners and friends of animals it is important to know how to save our loved ones shall they be humans or animals.
I remember that on one morning when I woke up, my Labrador dog remained laying down on her bed which is not normal for her as she usually greets me as soon as I stand up. A bit later I went back into my bedroom to check up on her and she still did not move, she was unresponsive and looked unconscious. I took her straight away to the veterinarian doctor to safe her. If only I had known at that time how to provide a CPR to her I would have known how to react and saved valuable time.
Please view the attached file that includes this vital information and share this widely so we can safe lives of our beloved animals. They deserve our support.
A story bound to touch you!
Inspiration special for owners of a very sick animal.
Since nearly 3 month I was first in daily later in weekly communication with a dog named Baci in the United States of America.
The owner of Baci asked me to communicate with her while she had to go away on a business trip to Canada. The owner of Baci had just found out that Baci suffered from Osteosarcoma in her left front shoulder and that the need for amputation was imminent. Sickened by this news the departure for her business trip felt even more difficult for Baci’s owner.
I found it to be a wonderful gesture of Baci’s owner asking me to communicate with Baci. I was the acting bridge between the two of them. I realised immediately was that Baci shouldn’t undergo the amputation while her owner was not with her, and therefore having the amputation whilst Baci’s owner was on her business trip was from my perspective not a viable option.
After performing several body checks with Baci I felt that the emotional and energetic levels of Baci were very dim. Graciously Baci’s owner had listened to my recommendation to postpone the operation date in order for her to be there when Baci will undergo the amputation.
Besides being in a difficult time Baci felt emotionally much better when her owner returned from the business trip. It is clear that the bond between the two is very strong and that they are important to one another.
I performed a lot of long distance meditations with Baci sending her healing energy in order to give her the strength, support and inner balance for the upcoming ordeal which stabilised her emotions.
Despite my deep hope Baci’s front leg had to get amputated. I feel that it is important to be aware of what will happen to us and the same goes for animals, therefore I communicated with Baci and explained the amputation to her and showed her in meditations at the same time that she could walk with 3 legs. I performed another several meditations to prepare her for the upcoming operation and give her inner strength.
The first few days after the amputation had taken place, Baci was devastated, she was filled with fear and pain. After the operation I communicated with Baci every day and showed her in the meditation in which we connect how she could get back on her feet focusing on walking again and seeing the positive. The picture I got in the meditations was to let Baci swim a lot, which is said to be one of the best ways to regenerate strength and balance animals with amputated limbs. The owner of Baci went swimming soon after with Baci. This regenerated Baci’s positivity and she soon started walking again.
Currently Baci is on a holiday with her owner. Sadly a tumour was found in her right hind leg. Baci is now in the care of an alternative vet and receives vitamin c infusions.
Her owner takes Baci swimming as often as she can (you can see the photo of Baci in the water with her stick).
I will talk again with her, after I publish this blog article. I know she fights for her life and her owner supports her in this fight and I am with Baci as long as she needs me. She told me last time that I am a pillar for her where she can lean on and I intend to stand strong like pillar for her.
Baci means a lot to me and I believe that her story is an inspiration for all other owners who have a pet with an illness. Like the rings in the water I hope that Baci’s story will go around the globe to touch and inspire as many people possible to connect with their pet, to listen and understand what their pet is in need of,especially during the more difficult times ahead.
I am able to advise the owner what the needs of Baci are and I could do the same for you. Baci, her owner and I are a team working to preserve Baci’s life and make it as pleasant as possible. I truly hope that Baci can enjoy plenty more swimming sessions and a long life.
You are awesome Baci!
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