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Animal Communication: The Telepathic Connection

Reiki Master Claire-Helene Horne also talks to animal owners and their pets. And the animals talk back — telepathically, in symbols and pictures. She is an animal communicator, a horse whisperer, a kind of modern Doctor Dolittle, without the music or the comedy.

Using meditation and extrasensory perception, she has compiled a track record of helping find lost pets, diagnosing pet illnesses and resolving the issues that trouble creatures and humans.

She has helped an outside cat end a bird-killing spree, and “communicated” with a missing cat that later told her it had been hit by a speeding car. She eased the problems of a cat with lower back pain and helped a depressed dog deal with the death of its owner.

“If ever your beloved pet needs help she is the one to go to,” Carol and John Pissinis said after Claire-Helene helped the New Hampshire couple ease the pain of their 17-year-old tiger cat. “We will always be grateful for what she did for our sweet Booty.”

If you’re open to the possibility, she may help your pet, too. After all, who doesn't want to talk to their cat or dog? You know, really get to the bottom of a health or behavior problem, or just spend time shooting the breeze with your best friend? Those who believe in such things — half of all people, according to some studies —often enlist the services of an animal communicator, an individual who, by talent or training, has the ability to talk to animals and hear what they say in response.

Granted, believing in this kind of thing requires a large leap of faith. Not to mention an explanation of what on earth would make anyone claim to talk with animals. But even if you are a skeptic, learning information like what your pet likes to eat, its favorite toy and what annoys it most about you is interesting and fun. 

You might be amazed by your friend’s level of understanding. Animals are adept telepathic communicators, capable of sending vivid images of their preferences and life experiences. Their innate ability to talk without words allows communicators to uncover valuable clues about a lost animal’s whereabouts or help to resolve seemingly inexplicable behavioral problems.

Animals also have definite opinions about changes in their lives or lifestyles and often are willing to express them. The uncertainty created by the arrival of a new family member, the confusion caused by a recent move or the sadness felt after the death of a human or animal friend are deeply felt by our creature companions. By reaching out to them telepathically, Claire-Helene can help reassure them and ease the transition.

Conversations between an animal and a communicator are a two-way street. Meaningful messages can be conveyed in ways that are not always possible in ordinary exchanges. Animals will often tell you their secrets, if you know how to ask, and how to listen.

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