Sunday, September 4, 2011

Dog Communication - Series 3

Welcome to the part 3 in a series of tips on Animal Communication. My name is Di van, I live in South Africa and I am an Animal Communicator. Read out my full series on Dog Communication.

Before deciding to take a couple of animal communication courses I was asked to take in an elderly rescue dog. We knew nothing of his background and did not even know his name. This makes it particularly difficult as you do not know what food they like or any of their dislikes. We soon discovered he was able to answer “yes” or “no” questions with his tail. Tail up and wagging was a “yes” and tail down and still was a “no”. Every now and again he would tease me and when I asked if he was telling untruths, he would wag his tail and run off. You have to love an animal with a sense of humour !

Perhaps your animal is trying to communicate with you using their tail. If you start with yes or no questions to which you know the answer, you might be pleasantly surprised to have your animal respond. Of course, it is important for you to declutter your mind and think only of the question you are asking. This can be done out loud or non verbal depending on what works best with your animal.

Till the next time.

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