Sedona International School for Animal & Nature Communication
What kinds of questions may I ask my dog, cat or horse?
This is a great question! Let me ask you this! Can you imagine being able to directly ask your pet: Are you happy? Are you in pain? What is causing the pain? How can I make you most comfortable? Do you know how much I love you? Do you love your life? Do you have any requests for me? Do you want another animal as a companion? Where do you hurt? How does it feel? What makes it feel better? What makes it feel worse? Do you feel fully nourished? Is there anything I can do to make your life better? Why are you behaving this way? Will you stop? Will you tell me about your past? Is there anything that would make your life more fun and fulfilling? Is there anything I can do to have you feeling healthier and more vibrant? Is there anything you would love to say to me? Is there anything you would like me to know? With Telepathic Animal Communication it is possible to ask your pet these questions and many, many more!
Our clients LOVE their pets and want to provide everything possible for their happiness and wellbeing. Having a conversation with your pet to hear what they would love to say is one of the most wonderful things you can do for them! We hold Animal Communication Consultations as sacred opportunities for our human clients and their beloved animal companions. We feel so grateful and inspired to be of service in this way and witnessing the incredible love between our human clients and their beloved animal companions. Thank you!
Frequently Asked Questions
The most common questions we ask animals are:
The most common questions we ask pets in animal communication consultations are:
Why do you have this new (unacceptable) behavior?
Are you trying to tell me something?
Is there something you want?
Is there something upsetting you?
Are you willing to change or stop the behavior?
If so, how can I support you in stopping the behavior?
What would have us living joyfully and harmoniously?
How are you feeling?
Are you in pain? If so, where do you hurt and how can I help you? What is the pain like? Is it constant?
How may I enhance your wellbeing?
Do you like your food?
Are you lacking any nutrients in your diet?
Do you feel fully nourished?
Are you sensitive or allergic to anything that you are eating?
How is your digestion, circulation, etc. etc.?
Do you like the activities we do?
Is there something else you would rather do?
Are you happy on your own or do you want a companion of your own species or of another species?
Do you like my new boyfriend, girlfriend?
Do they treat you well?
Do you feel stressed, frustrated, bored?
How is it for you when I travel or when I am super busy with my work?
What are your preferences for your care when I must be away?
Do you like to travel or ride in the car?
If we can take you along with us, would you want to join us on our vacation?
What is your preferred manner of riding in the car?
Questions we ask animals about death and dying:
In the transition of death.
Are you suffering?
What are your preferences and how can I make you most confortable and content?
Do you want a particular treatment or procedure?
What is your preference for care?
Do you want assistance in making the transition of death?
Do you want to be buried or cremated?
Do you have a preference for whether I keep your ashes or disperse them in nature?
Do you have a request as to where you would like your ashes dispersed?
Questions we ask animals who have passed on:
Conversations after death! Yes! They are always available to us! The bonds of love are unbreakable!
Do you know that I love you?
Are you still around?
How was your transition?
Did I let you down in some way during our time together?
Will you forgive me?
Is there anything I can do for you?
Will you ever return to be with me?
Do you have any suggestions for me for my life?
Questions we ask competitive and service animals:
For competitive and service animals.
Do you like what we are doing?
Do you share my dreams and goals for these particular activities and events?
Is there something you would rather do, or is there a way of working with you that would have you really loving what we are doing and cooperating as a great partner or teammate?
Questions we ask rescued pets:
For rescued pets.
Where did you come from?
What was your life like before?
Did you suffer abuse or neglect in some way?
What makes you afraid?
Why do you behave the way you do?
Are you as afraid as you seem?