How is animal communication working:


Animals communicate telepathically in pictures, colours, feelings. The communicator is the translator and therefore it doesn't matter where the animal comes from, be it Germany or Italy, because this form of communication knows no language barrier.


Funnily enough, however, with some of my "conversation partners" it seems to me as if they have an accent, like with the Kuvasz Kim from Italy, for example.


It can be like a dialogue for me, similar to a conversation with a human being facing me. It is very different depending on the animal and takes place in my head. Sometimes it's pictures that the animals send that I have to put together like a puzzle.


Owners often ask similar questions, such as how they feel about time or what is important for the animal.


Here you have to know in principle that animals have a different perception of time.


In their descriptions, they often jump around a lot in time according to our perception, but they live in the present and with the rhythm of nature.

Hunger and thirst play a role, perhaps the seasons, day and night of some kind.


If they have an active listener for the first time, they will tell what is important to them and then move from one experience to another. In the process, everything gets mixed up. For us communicators, this is very difficult to sort out and especially when an animal has disappeared, these time jumps are not good for success in finding it again. But it can also be that they show me what they want and have lost at the moment.


Or the animal is still talking about a great clearing where a stream flowed and it had hunting success. Coincidentally, there was also a very special shaped tree that made the clearing unique. By now, however, the animal can be several kilometres away by the time the owner arrives at the spot.


It is striking that animals "tell" what is still important and incisive for them. Things that have been cut off no longer come up.


The standards of value are different from ours. When reading the protocol, one should try to change the perspective, because for our dog or horse it is perhaps not the victory that is important and the prestige, but the special feeling of perhaps feeling important, of having a task and also the petting. The loss of a stable mate or a human being or even just smells that were particularly great can be important for a horse.


Sometimes they surprise us with downright philosophical statements, but they are still completely horse or dog and thus have the needs they have in this form of existence and not ours.

Or another example from the horse world: Sometimes a saddle is mentioned that doesn't fit and causes back pain. ("But we already changed it three months ago!"). Unfortunately, the back pain was not treated afterwards ("no, we thought that would be good"). It obviously wasn't yet - the saddle was traumatic and the pain still present, so both worth mentioning.


Sometimes things just crop up that owners are not so aware of or indeed unaware of. Perhaps a stable cat is described that is completely unknown to the owner, but has been observed by the children and is confirmed by the stable owner to be a regular visitor to the horse box.


So don't be confused by your animal's tales that they can't relate to at first. Especially if an animal has been to several places, it will certainly tell experiences from the different stations of its life that are not necessarily known to you. Perhaps your animal will touch on a subject that is not present to you at the moment, but seems incredibly important to the animal. Perhaps your animal will dramatise or diminish experiences that you would value differently from your point of view and feelings.


These are the things that make your animal and your protocol special. The communicator is the translator, but the thoughts come from "your" animal.

One last thing, as described above, the communicator is a translator, which means that he or she can also make misinterpretations, because it is usually pieces of the puzzle that he or she puts together. Here too is an example. A dog always shows the picture of an elephant with which he obviously lives. He also confirms this.


It then turns out that it is a stuffed elephant living in its basket. In the conversation with the owner, many things become clear that one did not know how to "translate" before.


In my interpretations, I try to portray the animal as a personality and describe its needs to the best of my knowledge. I feel myself to be its voice at that moment and this may not always be comfortable for the owner.

Perhaps this introduction will help to explain a little about the work of the communicator.

My way of working:

Before I get in touch with the animal, there is usually a preliminary discussion to see what is particularly close to the owner's heart.

It is important for me there that the basis for the cooperation between me as a communicator and the owner is laid.

What is expected? Can I fulfil this expectation or is it perhaps a medical problem that belongs in the hands of the vet?

The communication and also the energetic work never replace the visit to the vet, but only serve to support the whole.

In addition to communication, one can, if necessary, fall back on various methods to help the animal, be it in a shamanic way, colour therapies, Bach flowers, spagyric, TTouches, Reiki and much more.

After communication has taken place, the owner receives a detailed protocol in written form and a concluding telephone call.