How Pet Psychics Communicate With Pets

Oct 31, 2021 | Pet Health, Pets

Happy Monday everyone!  Have you ever experienced the loss of a dear pet and with a breaking heart wanted to talk them again?  Many have, including myself, and contacting a pet psychic isn’t out of the norm.  Are you interested in knowing what your pet is thinking and feeling or if they are sick?  When an article came through to my email from www.moderndogmagazine.com talking about How Pet Psychics Communicate With Pets, I had to read it, collect information and data so I could relay it to you.  Do you believe in Psychics?  I will admit that I do.  Granted some are scammers but I do believe there are people out there with a gift.  I’m just not sure about hiring a pet psychic.  How do you feel about it?  I would love to hear your thoughts!

Beautiful Wilbur enjoying our Halloween party!

This beautiful cat is Wilbur, my sister’s 17 year old cat she rescued when he was a newborn.  We had a Halloween party last night and as you can see he was the center of attention :-). Photography by Mr. TAL.  

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How To Communicate With Your Pet

The timeless book “Kinship with All Life,” written by J. Allen Boone and published in 1954, explains how animals communicate with each other. And human animal-communicators have used this book as a source for their methods. According to Boone, this is how it works:

*The psychic relaxes and calms her mind.
 
*She uses her mind to make contact with the animal’s energy.
 
*She visualizes the animal and telepathically says its name to get its attention.
 
*She asks the animal a question, often by transmitting a picture. The psychic may use pictures in addition to or instead of words.
 
*The psychic imagines the animal responding and waits for a response. Angel says she feels an energetic shift and asks permission to be in their vibration, which opens her to their way of speaking. Shira says that animals respond using childlike voices.
 
*She accepts whatever response she gets and acknowledges that she has received it.
 
*The psychic passes the animal’s answers to its owner and asks more questions if needed. The psychic may also transmit messages to the pet from its owner. If the owner hopes to correct a pet’s inappropriate behaviour, the psychic will visualize the solution rather than the problem.
 
*Some pet psychics will also scan the pet’s body to diagnose health problems. If the psychic detects illnesses or injury, she will transmit healing energy to the pet.
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Pet Psychics Shira Plotzker, Dr. Aleda Cheng, and Angel Morgan are modern-day Dr. Doolittles.

Doctor Dolittle, the character who learned to speak the language of animals, had his 100th anniversary last year. “The Story of Doctor Dolittle” appeared in 1920 and readers learned, through their conversations with the good doctor, that animals possessed astonishing gifts of smell, sight, and hearing. But that’s old news. Neuroscientists, after studying dog brain scans (the dogs voluntarily underwent an MRI have concluded that our canines love us at least as much as food. And we are told that the mind of a dog is equivalent to that of a toddler (According to psychologists, before children learn a language, they think like animals, in pictures and emotions rather than thinking in words. And they are conscious, self-aware, and able to think and experience emotions the way humans do.).

Thinking about hiring a pet psychic?  Consider these rates currently being charged:

Shira charges $100 for 30 minutes to $200 for one hour, either in person, by phone or via Skype. shirasplace.com

During COVID, Angel’s sessions are being done by phone or internet. One hour is $125. For more information and Angel’s blog, visit angelmorganpetpsychic.com

Dr. Aleda Cheng DVM is available for telemedicine appointments including online by FaceTime and texts in New Jersey. drchengholisticvet.com
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2 Comments

  1. Carla D Evans

    I would love to see a pet psychic! I never knew they even existed ???? What a little ham that Wilbur is ❤????????

    Reply
    • Bobbi

      Well, you have to let us know when you go and what your experience was like. I’m so curious! Maybe I’ll go one day and be able to blog about it. Wilbur was loving all the attention :-).

      Reply

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