Are you practicing your own skills, and struggling to figure out how to get clear Animal Communication info in your sessions?
Perhaps you’ve had a session with someone else and the info seemed vague , not really telling you what you need to know?
Here’s a new perspective and a way of getting a much deeper level of information.
First, some things about me:
- I’m endlessly curious, and want to know what the information that I collect in my sessions actually means.
- I like things to be tangible and measurable.
- I love statistics, and save all sorts of interesting info that comes up regularly in my sessions. (I share my stats regularly on my Facebook page, and in my weekly newsletter.)
- And, I want to make sure that you guys, my clients, receive information from me that makes sense and isn’t wishy washy.
In my sessions I ask a lot of questions.
I check specific parts of the horse’s body, whether their tack fits, if their diet is ok etc etc. Once I’ve been through my full protocol, owners are welcome to ask as many questions as they like, too.
But sometimes, getting just a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ isn’t actually a very valuable answer. So, how to get more clear animal communication info?
I’ll use happiness as an example.
Not all animals are super chatty in their session. It’s not uncommon for me to just get yes or no answers to my questions (and there’s a whole skill in practicing different ways to ask a question!).
So, one of the first things people want to know is whether their horse or pet is happy. If their answer is ‘yes’, as the owner you might be thrilled – but what does it actually tell you?
I started wondering, so I went further and began ‘measuring‘ how happy they actually were. (I measure from 0 to 5, where 0 is low / nothing and 5 is high.)
Their happiness might actually measure as 2/5. So, although they say they are happy, a 2/5 leaves quite a bit of scope for improvement, and is a much more valuable piece of information to feed back to the owner! It also allows me to then ask more questions about the ‘why’.
Here’s a quick video explanation:
Because my Animal Communication sessions also include energy clearing and balancing, healing, trauma release etc, another reason that I started measuring in this way is that it allows me to see whether I’ve actually improved things during the course of the session. Most times, if we start with a low reading at the start, by the end of the session we’re up to 4/5 or 5/5 – and if not, we either know the reason why, or I can keep delving until we do.
That’s much more helpful to both horse and owner, and I get many comments back about the shifts they’ve seen in their horses afterwards.
As to the ‘how’ of how I do it – well, as with the whole session, I’m asking in my head, in a meditative state. I usually start in my head with a 5 and go down the numbers until I ‘feel’ the ‘yes’ / get stopped.
Ready to give it a try? I’d love to hear how you get on!
Keep connecting with your horses and pets,
Trisha Wren has been an equine professional for most of her adult life. She rode, competed, and taught Western Riding for 15 years in Scotland, then taught horse and rider bio-mechanics in New Zealand and Australia for 10 years. She’s been a full time horse and animal communicator since April 2016. Find out more about Trisha here and sign up for her self paced Animal Communication course here.