In psychic development courses students work from photographs and it’s often surprising how much information is available to a student once a psychic connection is established with the particular animal. Previously, I’ve mostly conducted animal communication lesson with private students while tweaking the process. This progression was accelerated when I had a veterinarian, Ben for private lessons. His aim was to be able to identify serious health issues rapidly when assessing animals in the vet hospital where he worked. Having a thorough knowledge of anatomy and physiology helped enormously when reading from photos. However, its not necessary to have studied science to succeed.
The process involved working from photos supplied by friends and clients. Ben worked through the chart, describing the animal’s physical health and mental state and then we phoned the owner to discuss the particular animal. Owners were often able to confirm behavioural quirks and health issues. These confirmations strengthened his confidence in the process.
Next, we moved on to noticing how the animals’ issues reflected those of the owner and how sometimes the animals’ health was the result of the owner’s problems and the energy within the household. Allowing for health symptoms that are common to particular breeds of dogs, I encouraged him to move his awareness beyond the pet to the whole household and to identify people and circumstances that might negatively affect the pet. Pets sometimes absorb the emotions of the people in a household and if someone is continually anxious, depressed or angry, the animal’s health can suffer as a result.
These private lessons ran for several months but the assessment progress improved rapidly because he was handling a variety of animals each working day in the busy practice.
Sometimes the positive or negative influences are other household pets. When clients had two or three dogs but had supplied a photo of one pet, practice readings sometimes focussed on another animal whose behaviour was influencing the household.
I take a practical approach to reading for animals, explaining to clients that I’m not medically trained and any health issues I mention in a reading should be checked with an assessment from a certified professional. Animal readings can be really helpful if the pet has already been seen by a vet but an ongoing undiagnosed issue remains.
A reading sometimes steers the owner in the right direction. Past clients have returned home after readings to research the symptoms I’ve described to them and then asked their veterinary surgeons if the animal might have a particular condition. Experienced professionals often know the best way to test for specific conditions to scientifically confirm or rule out possibilities.