I receive questions on a regular basis about animal communication and animal communication training. These great questions were from a 14 year old prospective student. Just so you know people can learn at any age. I have worked with students as young as 6 years old. My youngest youngest student is 93. She started her animal communication training with me a few years ago. It is a delight to work with her and she is an awesome animal communicator! I have a 14 year old student who graduated from the yearlong Animal Communication Mentoring/Certification program. She participated beautifully and is a wonderful animal communicator!
Here are questions from a brilliant young lady, 14 year old animal advocate in South Africa:
She wrote: These are a few questions that I would love to ask you:
1. How did you know you could communicate with animals?
I always wanted to talk with animals, really have a two way dialog with them. One day I had a thought, why not just try it. (I realize now that thought came from my dog Winston.) I remember thinking, who could I talk with? And then, Winston said hello! We began to chat back and forth. (Winston was in spirit. He talked with me just like he was right there.) It was so simple! From then on I knew I could do it but I doubted myself until I heard from the animals it would help if I would just choose that I was an animal communicator and stop going back and forth doubting myself.
2. How long did you study animal communication?
I'm still studying it! I learn something new with every conversation because every animal, every conversation, is a new experience. We never know all there is to know because every animal is totally unique. I've been knowingly dialoging with animals and teaching animal communication for 24 years now.
3. Would you say some animals are more difficult to communicate with than others?
Not really. I think most animals are easy to talk with. Some may be a little easier than others just like some people are easier to talk with than others, but animals love to have the opportunity to talk, be heard, understood and to be known. Unfortunately, it is still a rare opportunity for animals to have the opportunity to talk so it is wonderful to give any animal we can the opportunity. When we talk with animals we learn about their experiences, wishes, and their perspectives. Learning from the animals is wonderful!
4. Referring to question 3. If your answer is yes why would you say some animals are more difficult than others? Honestly I don't experience a big difference. Animals are so grateful to have a chance to talk they generally jump at the opportunity and communicate with ease. They are master communicators of the heart. Bottomline is animal communication is not difficult at all! The only thing that can make it confusing is if we have beliefs about it that are limiting. For instance, if I have a belief an animal wouldn't possibly know something we may have some difficulty hearing them talk about something we wouldn't expect them to know. When we are willing to set aside our beliefs about what we think the animals know, and just be with them, chatting back and forth, we discover who they really are and what is possible. (This works great when we are talking with fellow human beings too!)
5. How long would it take me to study animal communication?
You can start communicating in the first class and keep talking with animals. The more conversations you have the more you learn. I find most students are already hearing their animals and taking actions the animals ask them to take, they just don't realize they are hearing their animals. Classes give the opportunity to discover the communication already happening without a students awareness. In the first class students learn how to initiate communication anytime they wish. They are encouraged going forward to talk with as many animals as they like outside of class. Classes are good because they provide lots of animals to talk with and coaching. If you are self motivated you can do a lot on your own as well. Like I said before there is no end to our training as animal communicators. We are in training with the animals and that goes on for a life time.
Thank you.......... for your awesome questions! I hope you will join me in class sometime soon!
I want to invite you (and any family members) to join me as a guest in a class. You can listen in, ask questions and participate in any way which is comfortable: Be My Guest Also, I would like to invite you two to join a Nature communication class that meets once a month (and or enjoy the recordings). The class is open to anyone who would like to attend, and it is free. The class is called: Nature Communication As It Relates to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, aka Nature Communication for Global Transformation ~ Living In Harmony With Nature: Nature Here are links to all my classes. We meet by Zoom. Students attend from around the world. Animal communication classes
Pets/Spirituality Animal Communication class (this is a new class which I haven't placed on the above page yet.)
Thanks again for all you do for animals and for saying hello! Lots of love to you and your entire family! Love, Maia