Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Telepathic Animal Communication

A number of years ago I heard and interview on the radio with telepathic animal communicator, Penelope Smith. At that time, I had my cat, Snickers for a couple of years. I already knew he was psychic and that we had quite a telepathic connection.

When I had to leave Snickers at home for a few days for the first time, as I packed and readied to leave I knew he was upset with me. Four days later when I returned, he was depressed and angry. My friend who had stopped by the house each day to feed him and play for a few minutes found that he was not eating much at all and didn’t want anything to do with her. It took him several hours before he “welcomed” me home.

Just prior to my next trip away, I heard Penelope Smith’s interview and she made a big point of you telling your animal about your trip, that you would be gone a few days but you would return. So this time, I did just that. Explaining and visualizing, as she suggested, that I would return and all would be well.

What a difference that made! As I packed my suitcase Snickers was right there with me, and when I returned home he met me at the front door and was “dancing” with happiness. After that I used that same communication technique whenever I had to leave and I never came home to a depressed cat again.

I got a kick out of Penelope Smith’s story about her chickens in this first video. My son, daughter-in-law and grandson have a few chickens. They had one black chicken that really became a pet. After his passing, they got another black chicken, now grown, and he has really taken Blackie’s place and like Blackie would rather be around people than the other chickens. You can hold him like a cat and he loves to be petted. In fact, if he had his way, he would spend time in their house.

You can read an article I previously wrote “Animal Communication: Animal Smarts or the Gift of Intuition?”

Here is an interview with Penelope Smith.



Ronda Laveen said...

I have attended several animal communication workshops with Amelia Kinkade. Every word you wrote is true as I have been taught and experienced. As a human, I feel so in awe of the silent language of animals.

Great post, Linda!

Linda Pendleton said...

Thanks, Ronda!

miruspeg said...

What an INTERESTING post Linda.
I will be away from my cats for a week in March and then 6 weeks in July/Aug and I will do as you suggest and tell them all about my trip.

What a blessing to visit your blog tonight.

Peggy xxx