Do you ever wish that instead of getting someone like me to talk to your horse you could increase your own animal communication skills and get clear information from him?
That if you asked him a question, he would give you a straight answer?
How useful would that be?!
If you’re even the tiniest bit connected to your horse you’ll already be getting all sorts of information from him – after all, since they can’t talk, animals have many ways of trying to convey to us their needs and wants.
You might be able to understand what he’s saying by watching his body language and behaviour – in other words, you don’t necessarily need to be able to ‘hear’ him to know what he’s trying to tell you.
However, learning how to get answers from him to your specific questions can take your relationship to a whole new level.
Some of you probably already get the more woowoo type of communication from your horse:
- Random feelings
- Words or sentences
But, what do they mean?
Laments I hear regularly are:
- How do I get this info more consistently?
- How do I get it when I want it?
- I’m getting words or pictures, but how do I know what it means?
- How do I get him to answer an actual question?
- Surely I’m making this up, or going crazy…?
Well, to increase your animal communication skills and get clearer on what you’re getting, when, and what it means, my top tips are:
- Have a structured routine. Do the same things each time – consistency and practice are key.
- Be curious about what information is shared or available to you, not pushy.
- Keep notes about what you get each time, and what you think they mean. If you know you tend to get words, listen; if it’s pictures, be open to whatever is shown to you.
- Believe in what you get, and act on it. If you discount it every time you’ll find less being presented to you.
Read more tips in this blog – https://www.trishawren.com/animal-communication-tips/
And for more, checkout my free Masterclass – Deepen Your Connection With Your Horse.
If you’re looking for more in depth help to get your skills clear and structured, grab my self paced Animal Communication course here.
Keep connecting with your horses,
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.