Updated: Jun 14
Have you ever wondered what your pet would tell you if they could talk?
While animals may not be able to communicate with words, they can let us know how they are feeling in other ways.
This is the magic of animal communication. By communicating with their healer (me!), messages can be passed from pet to owner, which we can then support through animal healing.
There are many situations in which animal communication and animal healing can be very beneficial for both you and your pet. In this blog, I’m going to share the ways that they can make your pet happier and healthier.
How animal communication and animal healing can save you money and stress
How animal communication can resolve behavioural issues
How animal communication can prepare for a change
How animal communication and animal healing can address animal grief
How animal healing can promote healing from injury or illness
How animal communication can build stronger bonds with pets
Why animal communication and animal healing work well from a distance
How I became an animal communicator
Success stories of animals I have supported through animal communication
The Many Benefits of Animal Communication and Animal Healing
It Can Save Money And Stress (For You And Your Pet!)
You may have seen this article recently about sky-high vet bills as pet owners desperately seek answers to health problems being faced by non-human members of the family.
A trained animal healer like myself can pick up on the information that your pet needs you to know so that your pet’s symptoms can be addressed sooner and often without lots of invasive, stressful vet visits. If your pet does need treatment from a vet, animal healing can work alongside this.
Animal healing (aka animal Reiki) can then promote healing and restore their physical and emotional well-being. It’s a safe and non-invasive therapy that can be highly relaxing for your pet. It’s like giving them a spa experience!
Please note that I don’t diagnose conditions and as an animal healer, I am not replacing traditional vet care. I am simply acting as the go-between so that your pet can communicate with you.
It Can Get To The Root Cause(s) Of Behavioural Issues
When pets misbehave, it’s rarely because they’re trying to be naughty. There will almost always be an underlying cause - often linked to stress, anxiety, or fear.
It’s an opportunity to release emotional trauma and blockages that are affecting behaviour. This can reframe how they see their environment and balance physical and emotional well-being.
Rescue pets can benefit tremendously from animal healing to help them release trauma that has become ‘stuck’.
It’s also possible to support pets before they move into a home so that behavioral issues do not occur. Sessions can highlight what is needed to make a smooth introduction so that the home feels as inviting and comfortable as possible.
It Can Prepare For A Change In Environment And/Or Routine
Moving house, introducing a new member of the family (human or otherwise) into the home, and trips outside of the home can all be stressful for pets.
Animal communication can significantly reduce the potential for behavioural issues as a result of this stress and fear.
It Can Address Animal Grief
Just like us, animals can grieve heavily. If a pet has lost a human or animal friend, they may not understand what has happened and their sense of confusion can heighten their loss. This can also happen if a human has moved out of the home.
It Can Promote Healing From Injury Or Illness
Stress and anxiety can interfere with your pet’s natural healing processes. Trauma from the injury or illness can become stored in the body as energy blockages, which can impact your pet’s well-being. Over time, these energy blocks can lead to chronic illness.
Through animal therapy, we can reduce pain and anxiety while your pet recovers - in much the same way that healing therapies can promote healing for humans. It’s often true that pets recover much more quickly than they otherwise would, especially if they need to be confined as part of their recovery.
It Can Build Stronger Bonds With Pets
Imagine how strong your bond can be when your pet can tell you exactly what they’re thinking and what they need from you!
One of the truly mind-blowing aspects of being able to communicate with pets is the unconditional love they carry for their owners and this will only become stronger when they can communicate their needs.
Can Animal Communication And Animal Healing Work From A Distance?
Yes, definitely! Both animal therapy and animal communication work well online and from a distance (even just from photos). I have treated pets from far afield - even a dog in Taiwan! The distance makes no difference at all to the ability to pick up on messages or carry out energy healing.
In fact, the distance can mean the results are even better for your pet as there is no need to disrupt them or move them at all. And a stranger isn’t required to come into their safe space at home.
There is no anxiety for your pet about meeting face-to-face with a stranger and sessions can take place in a place they feel comfortable. This takes away so much of the stress and fears they may feel in face-to-face situations and we can make sure that they experience only the benefits of the sessions.
How I Became An Animal Communicator
In 2018, I was asked to be part of an animal therapy project that involved giving animal Reiki to shelter animals. The results are incredible and opened my eyes to the power of Reiki for supporting animals as well as humans.
But it was much more than this. I realized that I can communicate with animals as well and that I was able to see what had happened to these animals before they arrived at the shelters and communicate their needs to the workers. I was so excited to sharpen my skills and use them as part of the animal healing process.
It was a life-changing moment that triggered my passion for helping as many animals as possible - from beloved pets to wild animals. One day, I plan to work with lions!
My journey to animal healing and communication was featured in Universal Life, an international reiki magazine, which made me very proud.
I treated three dogs from the same household that did not get along. Being able to share their perspectives of the situation with their owner enabled changes to be made in the household and for harmony to occur.
Recently when I was back home in Hungary and went to the theatre with my friend, we stopped at a cafe. A dog came to me straight away and I knew instinctively that he had kidney problems.
I treated my friend's dog Lucky before heading to the airport in Budapest recently. I have treated him from a distance before and passed on his messages to my friend. When I arrived, he sat next to me, patiently waiting for his healing, and was so appreciative. He had a rough year going through serious health issues and really benefited from the healing. Normally there is no need for touching the animal, but we have a history and I have known him since he was a puppy. This time I was able to pass on new messages about food preferences and that he would like to have more soup as hard food hurts his intestines after all of his health troubles. How amazing is that?
Would you like to see what an online animal healing session looks like? I uploaded a few pivotal moments to my website so you can have an idea - Check them out here.
Understand Your Pet On A Deeper Level With Animal Communication And Animal Therapy
Animal communication is the perfect way to help your pet feel their very best and help them resolve trauma that may be impacting their health and behaviour. I am constantly amazed by the changes that can occur when animals can express themselves and be supported on both an emotional and a physical level.
If you would like to read more about my work as an animal communicator and animal healer, you can read more on my website here.
Feel free to book a free discovery call to see how we can go deeper into what your pet needs and support their physical and emotional well-being.
Psychotherapy I Hypnotherapy | Reiki | Animal Healing & Communication
Frequently Asked Questions on Animal Reiki
How do I communicate with my pet?
Pay attention to your pet's body language: Animals communicate through body language, so it is important to pay attention to your pet's movements, expressions, and posture. This can help you understand how your pet is feeling and what they might need from you. Use a calm and soothing tone: When you speak to your pet, use a calm and soothing tone of voice. This can help to put your pet at ease and make them feel more comfortable around you. Be patient: Pets may not always respond to your commands or requests right away, so it is important to be patient and persistent in your communication. Use positive reinforcement: Positive reinforcement can be a powerful way to communicate with your pet. When your pet does something you like, praise and reward them with treats or affection. This can encourage your pet to repeat the behavior in the future. Spend quality time together: Spending quality time with your pet, such as playing together or going for walks, can be a great way to bond and communicate with each other. Book a session with an animal healer and communicator: Animals can communicate with the healer during the energy healing treatment. This is a direct two-way exchange of information to connect with the thoughts, feelings, and opinions of an animal. They can relay messages through the communicator about what they need, and how they feel and this may strengthen the relationship between the guardian and their pets. It can be done via distance, I am happy to help wherever you are in the World.
What does an online animal healing and communication session look like?
How do I communicate with my puppy?
Communicating with a puppy can be a little different than communicating with an adult dog, as puppies are still learning and developing their understanding of the world around them. Here are some tips for communicating with your puppy:
Use positive reinforcement: Puppies respond well to positive reinforcement, such as treats and praise. When your puppy does something you like, such as going to the bathroom outside or chewing on a toy instead of your shoes, reward them with treats and verbal praise. This can encourage them to repeat the behavior in the future.
Use a calm and soothing tone: When you speak to your puppy, use a calm and soothing tone of voice. This can help to keep them calm and relaxed, and can make them more receptive to your commands.
Be consistent: Puppies thrive on routine and consistency, so it is important to be consistent in your communication and training. Use the same commands and gestures each time, and be consistent in your rewards and consequences.
Use physical cues: Puppies are still learning how to read body language, so using physical cues can be a helpful way to communicate with them. For example, you can use a hand signal or a gesture to indicate that you want your puppy to come to you.
Watch for signs of stress: Puppies can get stressed or overwhelmed easily, so it is important to watch for signs of stress, such as panting, pacing, or whining. If you notice your puppy is stressed, take a break and give them a chance to calm down.
Socialize your puppy: Socialization is an important part of communicating with your puppy, as it can help them learn how to interact with other dogs and people. Introduce your puppy to a variety of people and animals in a safe and controlled environment.
Remember, communication with a puppy takes time and patience. With consistent training and positive reinforcement, you can build a strong and loving relationship with your furry friend.
How do I start animal communication?
Animal communication is a form of telepathy, where you connect with animals on a deeper level beyond physical communication. Here are some steps to help you start animal communication:
Find a quiet place: Find a quiet and calm place where you can focus and tune in to your intuition. This could be a place outside or inside, where you feel at ease and comfortable.
Relax your mind and body: Take a few deep breaths to calm your mind and relax your body. Let go of any distractions or worries and become fully present in the moment.
Connect with your pet: Sit quietly with your pet, or if you are communicating with an animal you do not know, imagine yourself connecting with them in your mind. You can picture the animal in your mind, or visualize a connection between your heart and the animal's heart.
Use your intuition: Use your intuition to sense what the animal is feeling, thinking, or experiencing. This may come as a thought, a feeling, a physical sensation, or an image.
Listen and observe: Listen and observe the animal's behavior, body language, and any other cues they may be giving you. This can help you confirm what you are sensing through your intuition.
Speak to the animal: You can speak to the animal in your mind, using a calm and loving tone. Send positive thoughts and intentions, and express your love and appreciation for the animal.
Remember, animal communication is a skill that can be developed over time with practice and patience. It may take time to get comfortable with the process, but with an open mind and heart, you can deepen your connection with the animals around you.
You can also book an animal healing and communication session where I can relay messages to and from your animal friend.
How do I communicate with my cat?
Communicating with a cat is similar to communicating with any animal. Here are some tips to help you communicate with your cat:
Use body language: Cats are very attuned to body language, so use your body to communicate with them. For example, if you want your cat to come to you, crouch down and make a beckoning gesture with your hand.
Pay attention to your cat's body language: Your cat's body language can give you clues as to how they are feeling. For example, if your cat's ears are flattened back against its head, it may be feeling anxious or afraid.
Use a soothing tone of voice: When you speak to your cat, use a soothing and gentle tone of voice. Avoid speaking too loudly or using a harsh tone, as this can scare your cat.
Offer affection: Cats are affectionate creatures and enjoy being petted and cuddled. Offer your cat affection, and let them know that you care about them.
Watch for signs of communication: Cats communicate in a variety of ways, including meowing, purring, and rubbing against you. Watch for these signs of communication, and respond accordingly.
Play with your cat: Cats enjoy playtime, so take time to play with your cat using toys or laser pointers. This can help build a bond between you and your cat.
Give your cat space: Cats also value their independence and may not always want to be around humans. Respect your cat's need for space, and give them their own area where they can relax and feel safe.
Remember, every cat is unique, and you may need to experiment with different techniques to find what works best for you and your feline friend. With patience and understanding, you can build a strong and loving relationship with your cat.
You can also book an animal healing and communication session where I can relay messages to and from your animal friend.
How do animals communicate with humans?
Body language: Animals use body language to communicate with humans. For example, a dog may wag its tail to show that it is happy, or a cat may arch its back and puff up its fur to show that it is feeling threatened.
Vocalizations: Many animals use vocalizations to communicate with humans. For example, a dog may bark to alert its owner to the presence of an intruder, while a cat may meow to ask for food or attention.
Eye contact: Eye contact is an important way that animals communicate with humans. For example, a dog may make eye contact with its owner to signal that it wants to play or go for a walk.
Touch: Animals may use touch to communicate with humans. For example, a dog may nudge its owner with its nose to ask for attention or affection.
Telepathy or animal communication: This involves tuning in to the animal's energy and using intuition to understand its thoughts and feelings. An animal communicator like me can relay messages to and from your pet to strengthen the bond between the two of you.
It's important to note that animals communicate differently and have unique ways of expressing themselves. Understanding your pet's behavior and body language can help you better communicate and build a stronger bond with your furry friend.
Can animals communicate?
Yes, animals can communicate with each other and with humans in a variety of ways. Communication is a fundamental aspect of animal behavior, as it allows animals to signal their intentions, establish social hierarchies, find mates, and warn others of danger.
Different animals use different methods of communication, including vocalizations, body language, chemical signals, and tactile cues. For example, birds sing to attract mates and mark their territories, while primates use a variety of facial expressions and vocalizations to communicate social cues and emotions. Bees use chemical signals to communicate the location of food sources, while elephants use infrasonic sounds that are too low for humans to hear to communicate with each other over long distances.
Animals can also communicate with humans, and many domesticated animals, such as dogs and cats, have evolved to understand human gestures and vocalizations. For example, dogs can be trained to understand a range of verbal commands and hand signals, while cats use a combination of vocalizations, body language, and scent marking to communicate with their owners.
Animals can communicate with humans through animal communication during an animal healing session. I can relay messages to and from your pet-friend so it can strengthen the bond between the two of you. If you would like to see how it looks you can check out the videos I have uploaded and you can find out more information about the process here.