What is Interspecies Communication?

Did you know?
This field is also called
Animal Communication.


 

The ability for two different species to telepathically connect using words, images, feelings, thoughts, and emotions. All species, including humans, have this innate capability!


“Love the animals, love the plants, love everything. If you love everything, you will perceive the divine mystery in things. Once you perceive it, you will begin to comprehend it better every day. And you will come at last to love the whole world with an all-embracing love.”

— Fyodor Dostoyevsky

What Can You Do With Interspecies Communication?

Those who use interspecies communication can talk with animals, spirits, angels, earth elements, fairies, and more. There are a growing number of books that now document these experiences! For the average person, being able to communicate with a beloved companion animal is a huge motivation. It not only improves their relationship, but can smooth out behavioral issues, offer insights into better health and family dynamics, and provide comfort and peace of mind in endless ways. 

Here are some of the ways people use interspecies communication:

• Find lost pets

• Identify health issues

• Improve family dynamics

• Solve or decipher behavioral issues

• Understand an animal’s end-of-life preferences

• Learn the deep wisdom many animals, domestic and wild, have to share

• Communicate with beloved pets who have crossed over

• Discover if, where, and when a pet who has passed over will return to physical form

Who Can Learn Interspecies Communication?

Telepathic interspecies communication is innately part of the way all beings communicate. This includes humans, though most of us have forgotten how to use this skill. Children tend to be adept at it and adults who never learned to “turn it off” or who consciously re-learn how to do it are now at the forefront of the revolution to evolve humanity — to return us to ancient ways of living and interacting with the rest of the world in harmony. Many of those people are now teachers and interspecies communication professionals who offer communication services, workshops, webinars, and instructional videos, audio, and books, enabling anyone to rekindle their ability to do this. Since we are all so different with diverse backgrounds and skillsets, everyone learns at varying paces and in unique ways. But we all can do it!

If you are interested in nurturing your skills in interspecies communication, you can search our Communicator Directory for teachers offering instruction or educational materials. And be sure to check the Calendar, especially during World Interspecies Communication Month in October, for special events, workshops, and activities online and in your area.