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Here is an interesting video on how to channel/communicate with your own family pet. Maybe you want to try it if you have one. Have fun!

asked 21 Mar '13, 17:19

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edited 21 Mar '13, 23:44

alt textThis was cool. I already have a strong telepathic relationship with two of my three dogs. I think if you spend a lot of time with them, in open-mindedness, it will happen naturally. But if you have never tried it before, this is a good exercise to use. Thanks Releaser!


answered 21 Mar '13, 20:22

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LeeAnn 1

edited 23 Mar '13, 16:49

@LeeAnn 1 You are welcome :). Just curious...What do you "say" to your dogs? And what do they "say" to you?:)

(21 Mar '13, 23:42) releaser99

Like most telepathic communication it does not arrive in words but in thoughts or feelings and it can be subtle. Examples would be when one of my dogs (who has since passed on) "told" me that his time was near. He was old and sick, so it could be said that I just sensed that. I don't know.

(22 Mar '13, 21:50) LeeAnn 1

But another dog I had before him, who was young and in good health also suddenly kept communicating to me that we should enjoy each other's company because she would soon be gone. I was incredulous since nothing was wrong with her. She continued and the next week was gone from a blood clot. I will send them messages such as "Gramdma is coming over and just recovering from surgery so you mustn't jump up and have to be calm"..while sending the thought, I will send them a mental picture as well.

(22 Mar '13, 21:51) LeeAnn 1

It works!In the other direction, I have often been somewhere having fun and not thinking of the dogs at all, and have one of them send me a mental picture of something being wrong at home,such as one of them is in pain, has to go outside,something has been torn up or other naughtiness, or someone keeps coming to the door or calling. And then I get the strong feeling I need to go home. When I get home, I was needed for some reason. I get a kick out of all this and can hardly believe it sometimes!

(22 Mar '13, 21:55) LeeAnn 1

There is a good book named "Finding Forever" about a woman's communication with dogs.

(22 Mar '13, 22:58) LeeAnn 1

@LeeAnn 1 That's very interesting. Thank you for sharing your exciting stories. I will have a look at this book.

(23 Mar '13, 00:18) releaser99

@LeeAnn 1 - I'm loving these stories. Thanks for sharing! :)

(23 Mar '13, 01:16) Grace

@LeeAnn and everyone- Have your dogs ever given you insight into some of your questions about life? Bashar says that Humpback whales and other marine life have loads of information to give to the human race, I'm curious.

"cats are harder than dogs"= true?

(24 Mar '13, 03:59) Nikulas

I have never tried telepathic communication with any species other than dogs, so I don't know, Niklaus, but if others have tried, I would love to hear about it! And I haven't tried to find out their views about life, but I did notice that although they are not afraid to die, at all, they feel worried about how we will do without them and I think they try to warn us if they know it is coming...if we listen! I should try to find out more from them, but so far it is the simple things!

(24 Mar '13, 18:02) LeeAnn 1
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