Is Animal Communication Healthy?

October 30, 2009

in Cat Health

Animal communication can be very healthy for our animal by helping the on physical and emotional levels. But this article is not about the animals it is about how animal communication can help people!

Firstly it is all about the mind set! When we start learning animal communication it becomes apparent that to truly be accurate, we need to be able to still their own minds.

We can only truly put our feeling attention towards an animal to communicate with them when our own minds are still. In what way can this be healthy for us?

If we look at thoughts as things that create feelings. Our own thinking can produce feelings that can affect our health on many levels. We recognize that emotional, stress has a dramatic effect on how we live and act. This in turn will have an impact not just on our emotional health but also physical.

Animal communication involves the calming and clearing of the mind and this in turn helps us to see the world in a different way one that is more relaxed and stress free.

Picture this as an example, you have 500 hundred negative thoughts a day. in your practise of animal communication you reduce these by 250 then you are only going to be half as stressed as you were before making you healthier!

In helping people learn animal communication we have observed that it is not just the skill of communication that develops but also their ability to be calmer and more peaceful in themselves.

One of the best ways to describe this is when we put our full attention to another being we are in a selfless state, why because our feeling attention is no longer in us. Yet when we are thinking and getting emotional our thinking is very much in our selves this we could call being selfish!

Want to lead a healthier life style then you have to have a healthier mind. Learning animal communication is not only for having that deeper connection with animals!

James French is on of the pioneering UK animal communicators. Learning animal communication with the ACT programs can take you from novice to professional communicator! Have a look at his website Learn Animal Communication

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