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Animal Communication Is Not A One Sided Conversation

An Animal Communication Session is a Dialogue Between You and Your Animal. Many times clients say to me, "I don't want to give you too much information because I'm concerned it will diminish what you'll receive from my animal." However, the exact opposite is true. What you share about your animals doesn't influence what I receive from your animal. If anything, it adds insight and essential details to the conversation. Animal communication is not a one-sided conversation: it's a dialogue. The goal of a session is to create a mutual understanding between you and your animal family. Everyone's perspective is important and needs to be heard. As an Animal Communicator, it's my role to facilitate clear communication with me acting as the animal's interpreter. My goal is to create a communication bridge between animals and their people. While your animal's perspectives are essential, so is your input and viewpoints. Casper M

Animal Communication Should Be Simple and Easy

 5 Tips to Keep In Mind When Learning Animal Communication