Frequently Asked Questions

Here you will find answers to some common and not so common questions on animal communication & animal healing.


Animal Communication Course FAQ

Where do I find the course cost / delivery method / detailed information?
You'll find those details and more about the animal communication course here. A description of the five modules and 120+ lessons can be found here, and I'm available to answer any enquiries you have that these faqs don't address.

Who is the animal communication course suitable for?
This course is ideal for anyone who wants to improve their relationship with the animal kingdom. Pet owners, dog groomers, cat sitters, reiki healers, animal breeders, shelter volunteers, wildlife carers, horse riders, rural farmers, zoo keepers, pet trainers and animal lovers can all benefit from integrating foundation animal communication skills into their lives.

Are there any pre-requisites?
There are no pre-requisites for the online animal communication course. In order to study, all you’ll need is access to a computer with internet connection.

I live interstate. Do I need to attend in-person classes?   
The animal communication course is an online course, designed to be accessible to anyone. That means no in-person attendance is required, all learning material is available online. You can study by distance regardless of whether you live local, rural, interstate or overseas.

I work full-time, can I still study?
Absolutely. Because the course is available online, you can study any time that suits you– after hours, weekends, or 3am in the morning. You don’t have to study regular hours, and you can schedule your study time around your work, family and lifestyle. Learn animal communication from the comfort of your own home, in your pyjamas if you like!

How long does the course take?   
You get to decide how long you need to complete the course. I think it’s important to learn animal communication at your own pace. There is no set completion date or time limit. The course offers total flexibility so that you never feel rushed or bored, and you can easily take a break from study without affecting your enrolment.

Will this course make me a professional animal communicator?
This course will teach you all the foundation techniques you need to develop your animal communication skills, but no course can ‘make’ you a professional. It takes time, practice, additional skill development and a calling. There are countless exercises within this course designed for those who want to progress further. If becoming a professional animal communicator is your path, you’ll want to develop these foundation skills first.

Will you be offering animal communication workshops / classes?
The Wild Insights Animal Communication Course is far too comprehensive to fit into a 5-10 day workshop. Offering the course online means that I can provide you with more techniques, more lessons, and notes to refer back to.

How do I enrol in the animal communication course?   
The enrolment process is really simple, and you’ll gain instant access to all the course materials.  All you have to do is register on the Wild Insights E-Learning Centre and follow the links to sign up for the course.

 


 

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ANIMAL COMMUNICATION FAQ

What is an animal communicator?
An animal communicator is someone who talks to animals and translates their thoughts and feelings for you. An animal communicator is not a behaviorist, trainer or pet psychologist.. but they can help you to understand your pet's thoughts & feelings. For more information, read What is an animal communicator and other resources in the article library.

How does animal communication work?
It works using telepathy, the process of transferring thoughts and feelings directly from one mind to another. The word telepathy comes from the Greek “tele” meaning “distant” and “patheia” meaning “to be affected by”. The messages I receive come in different forms including words, phrases, images, feelings, sounds and smells. As an animal communicator, my job is to translate these messages and act as a mediator between you and your animal, communicating messages back and forth.

What sort of problems can animal communication help with?
Animal communication can help you get to the bottom of behavioural problems, health issues, mental anguish and emotional stresses. It can also be used to prevent problems in your animal by discussing upcoming changes with them (for example moving to a new home, a vacation or getting a second animal). Animal communication can be an indispensable support tool in grief and end of life decisions, including communication with animals in spirit.

Is there anything I shouldn’t use animal communication for?

Animal communication is never to be used as a substitute for professional veterinary care. Animal communication can help you to understand where an animal is in pain, what it feels like, their opinion on the usefulness of various medications, but it is not a substitue for professional medical diagnosis and/or treatment. Animal communication can also help correct behavioural issues, but should not to be used as a substitute for proper behavioural training.

Do animals understand our words?
Yes and no. An animal that has been around people for some time will come to recognize varied complexities of words and phrases like “bath” and “walk” but animals are much more in tune with the subtle language of our thoughts and feelings. That’s why many times it appears our animals know what we’re thinking, like the dog who brings you his leash before you even finish thinking about taking them for a walk.

What types of animals can you talk to with animal communication?
Dogs, cats, puppies, kittens, birds, reptiles, horses, fish, macropods, insects… I haven’t found a species that can’t be communicated with yet! Of course animals have free will and occasionally they do not WANT to be spoken with however a shift often occurs within a few moments of clarifying our intention.

Is animal communication possible by distance?
I have worked with countless cases where I have never met the animal. Telepathic animal communication occurs by distance, so whether I’m in the room with an animal or oceans apart, the messages are equally clear. In fact, I've always found it more effective to work by distance in the quiet of my own environment to prevent any distractions to myself or the animal.

Is it possible to speak to deceased animals?
Speaking to an animal that has crossed over is exactly like speaking to an animal that is present today. While the energy can feel subtly different, the quality of communication is the same. Speaking to an animal that has transitioned (animals in spirit) can help to resolve much of our emotional attachment to the death and grieving process. Pet loss brings up many emotions, questions about rainbow bridge, whether your pet will return to you, and a longing to pass on loving messages to your pet. Animal communication can help you to reconnect with your lost pet with compassion and love.

Can animal communication help me choose the right pet?

Yes, and animal communication is a great way of doing this. You can talk with the animal you are considering obtaining and ask them if they are interested in becoming part of the family, if they will agree to respect existing family members (human and animal), their history, expectations, needs and anything else that you would like to discuss before you bring them into your home. This is particularly beneficial when selecting an animal from a shelter or an animal with special needs. In the same way, you can use animal communication to get the opinion of existing animal family members on selecting a new animal.

What’s the difference between a pet psychic, interspecies telepathic communicator, animal intuitive and animal communicator?

There really isn’t a difference. In essence all communicators use the same or similar techniques to translate messages between person and animal. For more information, read Animal Communicator vs Pet Psychic: What's the difference? in the article library.

Can animals tell us when they are ready to cross over?
Yes they can, and this is one of the most important times to speak with your animal. Some animals request assistance to pass over whereas other animals insist on having a natural death. Some animals are well and truly prepared to die yet their owners procrastinate for fear of making the wrong decision. Animals give us signs when they are ready to cross over and this is something that you can learn to recognise. Each situation is very personal, and it is important to respect the needs and requests of your particular animal friend.

ANIMAL HEALING FAQ

What are the benefits of animal healing?
The healing techniques that I teach aim to restore balance and wellbeing to your animal. Healing improves their quality of life and is particularly useful when emotional and physical issues are present. Animal healing has many applications and the benefits are wide-ranging. Human caretakers say that their animals become happier, experience significantly less pain and anxiety, and often adjust their 'negative' behaviours. Animal healing is an indispensable support tool for animals who are transitioning or approaching the end of their lives.

Is distant animal healing as effective as in-person healing?

Absolutely. I have worked with animal clients throughout Australia and worldwide. The energy transfer occurs regardless of distance, just as it does with animal communication. In fact, countless animals have told me that they prefer distance healing treatments to in-person treatments. Many animals who are fearful, sensitive or have experienced a trauma say that distant healing treatments feel safe and non-invasive.

How do you know when a pet is receiving healing?
As a practitioner, I can tell that an animal is receiving healing by sensations I feel in my hands and throughout my body. When an animal has had enough, they will tell me telepathically, and the sensations cease. This is something you can learn to do with your own animals. As a guardian, you might notice your animal in a deeply relaxed state during healing - some animals will sigh, yawn or doze off. But not all animals show these signs, some are happy receiving their healing while they are moving around.

How many healing sessions do animals need?
Every animal is different. Each have their own history, ailments, issues and blockages. I've worked with animals who have shown healing right from the first session. Sometimes that's all they need, other times they will need consecutive treatments for healing. Offering a series of healing treatments tends to work best. I encourage you to assess the progress along the way and make adjustments as required. More information is available on the animal healing page.