Animal communication mirrors the school system in a way, because when we’re practicing and communicating with our friend’s animals’ it asks us to share what we’ve received in order to verify the answers. This can make us feel vulnerable.
Here’s the bottom line: there’s no way around it.
In order to learn how to communicate with animals, so we can become confident when communicating with our own, you’re going to need to reveal what you’ve received. You have to get familiar with putting yourself on the line.
Don’t confuse vulnerability with weakness.
Most people struggle with their first attempts; I know I did. It’s a fact that you’ll never be right all the time. It’s an impossibility to be 100 per cent right in intuitive communication. Honest animal communicators will say as much.
It’s not only intuitive people; scientists often make mistakes (look at NASA’s space shuttle experiences”, and vets as well as doctors sometimes misdiagnose. So better accept that right now and then let it go.
On the positive side, intuition is still incredibly reliable.
Professor Marius Usher of Tel Aviv’s University School of Psychological Sciences conducted research that forced participants to choose between two options based on gut intuition alone; they made the right call up to 90 per cent of the time.
Professor Marius went on to declare, “Gut instinct can be trusted to make a quality decision.”
With animal communication, everyone struggles at the start, because they’re learning to be fluent in an ancient language they’ve long forgotten. But once you’ve run your virus test and removed some of those blocks and negative beliefs, you’ll be communicating much more quickly, smoothly and easily.
“Vulnerability is the birthplace of love, belonging, joy, courage, empathy, accountability, and authenticity. It’s our most accurate measure of courage.” – Brene Brown, Researcher
So, my friend, step into your vulnerability, because great strength reside there. Reveal your answers. Receive verification from friends. Put yourself on the line and make it your new norm.
Just remember, you can’t reach courage without wading through some vulnerability first.
As you trust yourself and open up more, your communication will advance and in turn super-charge your confidence.
For more great tips on how to overcome improve your animal communication check out my new book: Animal Communication Made Easy.
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By Pea Horsley