The Beatles may have penned the line, “Love is all you need,” but nature’s beetles were singing this truth eons before. So were the squirrels, horses, birds, whales, trees, microbes, and the millions of other species that inhabit Earth.
When I began venturing down the road to interspecies communication in 2015, I found that this was the common theme so many communicators reported in their conversations with the non-human sentient world. No wonder interspecies communication is sometimes called the language of the heart! All of these other species already knew how to communicate with each other, respect one another, and respect the planet on which they live. As I progressed in learning this universal telepathic language and talked with a growing number of these species myself, it became ever clearer that it was only humanity who had long ago traded this synergy with all beings around us for a people-centric view of the world, where we are at the center and the rest of the planet is here to serve us. You can see where that has led us.
If only people could re-learn this universal language, open a dialogue with our fellow Earthlings, listen to the deep wisdom every other species seems to already know, and begin working and living together as compassionate, thoughtful neighbors, we just might have a chance at paradise. This was my thinking in that inaugural year when I launched Speak! Good Human., a free site for practicing animal communication. More and more people were already awakening to this skill and I wanted as many of them as possible to keep going until they succeeded. Which is why I filled the site with tips, support, animal teachers, and resources to help them do that.
But it wasn’t enough. Yes, there were more and more professional animal communicators in the world each year. Yes, there were more students. And there were even more people open to consulting with a communicator for the wellbeing of their companion animals. The majority of the world, however, was still out of touch with this concept. And for the welfare of our world, that needed to change, sooner rather than later. Interspecies communication needed to go mainstream!
So I created World Interspecies Communication Month — a way for professional communicators everywhere to show the world what’s possible through a month of demonstrations, workshops, celebrations, and events. United, we could do so much more! Instead of working individually, we could work together to build credibility in this field and make interspecies communication a regular part of society rather than something pushed to the fringe.
As we work toward our first World Interspecies Communication Month in October 2020, we are steadily gathering support from wonderful people who believe in this idea and want to help bring it and so much more to fruition. Below, you can meet some of those who are helping to make this all possible. If you’d like to add your unique energy, ideas, and talent to this not-for-profit, volunteer-driven cause, we’d love to have you join us!