Telepathic Communication with Animals

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Hope you enjoy the following article by Nedda Wittels, who is an Animal Communicator, among other things. Enoy!

Telepathic Communication With Animals

by Nedda Wittels

Communication with AnimalsAnimal Communication, or telepathy with animals, is as common an occurrence in some people’s lives as it is an oddity in the lives of others. Telepathy is an energetic exchange between two sentient beings for the purpose of communication. Combined with body language and sometimes vocalizations, animals use this form of communication among themselves and even across species.

Only humans in Western Civilization in the last 2500 years have rejected this form of communication. Indigenous peoples all over the planet consider messages from animal guides a natural part of life, and shamans or medicine men and women, rely on their animal helpers in their spiritual service to their communities.

Native peoples around the world consider themselves part of the “web of life”. This web includes the subtle energetic pathways that allow for intuitive and psychic energy exchanges. This includes our auric field and the subtle energetic pathways known as meridians, as well as the ley lines of the Earth, who is thought of universally as our Mother, a part of us and of whom we are all a part.

Thus, shamans and other healers among native peoples expect to work with animal spirit guides. Hunters call on the spirits of the animals they hunt to ask for offerings of their physical bodies to feed the tribe. Young men and women being initiated into adulthood may expect to receive a communication or lesson from an animal.

Telepathic communication, then, is as natural as breathing. Many small children in our culture who have animals in their families communicate telepathically with them even in infancy. It is only in response to the pejorative comments of adults and older siblings, and eventually of their peers, that we either stop using our telepathic abilities or relegate them to the realm of imagination, i.e., outside reality.

Telepathy can be thought of as an expansion of intuition, which even in our modern culture is considered anathema, unless you are a top dollar CEO who is willing to admit that your best decisions are those you made based on intuition. For the rest of our society, intuition is often relegated to a place not remotely related to intelligence or sound decision-making. We live in a culture which teaches us to take pills when we are sick and ignore the subtle and not-so-subtle messages of our body telling us we need to rest and re-create itself. We rationalize that we must do this to pursue the almighty dollar. Being so out of touch with ourselves is a symptom of being out of touch with others.

Communication with AnimalsOur educational system also rejects the intuitive, creative aspects of our intelligence as soon as budget cutting is required. Even in healthy economic times, we are taught to develop our logical, sequential, analytical thinking, focusing on mathematics and science as the most valued subjects, with the arts and music at the bottom of the pile.

How, then, can we restore our natural talents to include our birthright of telepathic communication? Spending time with animals and in nature is a beginning, but not sufficient. Learning to communicate telepathically requires breaking down limiting assumptions and beliefs that have caused us to reject this aspect of our Being.

Animals are spirit in physical bodies, just as humans are. The bodies they inhabit are very different in form and sensory systems from the human body, and that has a lot to do with how they experience the world. It also affects how humans and animals communicate with each other.

For example, if a dog is unhappy, he may whine or he may just look sad. He can’t cry with tears as a human would and he can’t speak the words to tell you that he’s unhappy. In the same way, if a cat has a urinary tract problem, the cat can’t tell you in words, “Hey, I’m in pain and need help.” Instead, the cat may start urinating outside the litter box to let you know that something is wrong. Animals have to improvise because humans, from their perspective, are “deaf” and “dumb” to telepathic messages.

Telepathic communication includes a wide variety of vibrational frequencies that allows for full communication at many levels. As a professional Animal Communicator, I receive information in a number of ways, including mental images or pictures; physical sensations; words, phrases, and even whole sentences; knowings; intuitions; and emotions. I actually experience in some way what the animal is experiencing. To communicate the message to another human requires that I translate what I receive into spoken language, which for me is English.

While animals who live with humans often learn to understand specific words in the preferred spoken language of the human, animals are simultaneously receiving our thoughts and emotions, which we broadcast unconsciously all the time. If our thoughts are jumbled and confused because of our frenetic lifestyles and mental states, the animal may not understand the message completely.

Communication With AnimalsIn contrast, animals tell me that the sounds they make when communicating with other animals are usually a form of emphasis or punctuation for a telepathic message which the sound accompanies. It is natural for animal mothers to speak this way with their young and for the young to continue to use telepathy for the rest of their lives.

Today can be your moment to awaken to the idea that the animals who live with you are more than child substitutes, more than “pets” kept for our amusement or our personal companionship. All animals are, in fact, sentient beings – conscious and intelligent, with life purposes and goals. They are aware of themselves and of their situations. They are capable of feeling the entire range of emotions we so arrogantly have labeled “human”. They make life choices. They often express unconditional love for the humans who are part of their families.

Nedda Wittels, M.A., M.S., is a telepathic Animal Communicator, Spiritual Counselor, and Shamballa Master/Teacher, offering private sessions in communication and healing for humans and animals. She teaches workshops in Animal Communication, Communication with Nature, and Shamballa Multidimensional Healing. She can be reached at 860.651.5771,, and.

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Interesting, huh? Let me know what you think of the article.

And before you go, check out the site of one of my Healthy Happy Dogs newsletter readers –
– Wynter Worsthome – Wynter is in the field of Animal Communication as well, and she has a really interesting site!

About Brigitte Smith

Brigitte Smith is an entrepreneur with a love of dogs and a healthy lifestyle. Brigitte is passionate about holistic health alternatives for dogs, most of which are today suffering foreshortened lifespans in the wake of a lifetime diet of commercial pet food, and further contributed to by unnecessary over-vaccination and chemicals and poisons applied topically and internally. is one of Brigitte's sites dedicated to dog health, and in particular dog food reviews.

7 thoughts on “Telepathic Communication with Animals

  1. Rupert Mahanrahanrhan

    This all seems pretty basic. My dog and I have deep conversatiions about many different things. He recently told me that the bush admimistration was a death wish upon the world and that true anarchy was the way forward. Although i dont agree with his views, I think that freedom of speech is also a Dogs right.

  2. Mary Ann Harrington

    I enjoyed your article. Kids with autism, and or seizure disorders have consistently demonstrated that they can repeat information I telepathically send to them. They have have said I send strong like “radio waves”.

    People are becoming more open to animal communicators but seem unwilling to accept my experiences or more importantly test them. Do you have any suggestions.

  3. Stephanie

    Dear Brigitte:

    Enjoyed your article on animals and telepathy. A friend and I were just discussing this subject but we were focused on the natural intuitive abilities we have learned to suppress. We are all intuitive creatures created from God. Unfortunately, churches have deemed an ability of this nature as witchcraft or demon possession and the psychiatric community search for mental illness therefore, our modern society has learned to suppress, repress, or hide anything that maybe construed as abnormal. Fortunately, their are programs dealing with psychic abilities and our psychic animals that are opening the doors to more acceptance with those areas that are natural and normal.

    I have a serious heart condition and after I was dead for a period of time the doctor continued to try and resuscitate me by means of repeated electrical shocks. I was brought back but now suffer from seizures. I’m not complaining by any means, I am alive. I have four cats and two dogs all of which respond to me when my heart rate is irregular or before I have a seizure. We are a very close family humans as well as our furry angels and when I have an episode my angels gather around me unable to help physically but I am comforted through their ability to communicate by telepathy. Animals have been known throughout the ages to give comfort to the aged and ill.

    Brigitte, in our modern time we use speech along with other communicating devices that have forced our natural abilities to communicate through telepathy to go dormant. I suggest take some time each day to be silent. Speak with your pets spirit to spirit always using eye contact to begin. Practice this each day and you will be surprised to find all those natural normal gifts that we all possess both human and animal will begin to awaken again.

    Your friend


  4. Brigitte Smith

    Wow, Stephanie,

    What an amazing story.

    And practicing silent communication daily with our pets is such a wonderful idea for developing telepathic communication with them.


  5. Valencia

    Hello! My name is Valencia and I have a 11.6 going on 150/lb Lachon named Ubu. The first time Ubu and I saw each other, he looked right in my face and jumped out of the arms of the lady who was holding him and into mine. He felt like an old soul. My son, Jon, and I had driven 4 hours to get Ubu and on the way home, Ubu just sat and looked at me while in Jon’s lap. Almost three years later, I can give many instances of how he’s looked at me in the same way in different situations and I always understand what he’s saying without words. Some things have been very funny like the time I brought his brother Augie over to spend the night and Augie came right in and pooped in front of the fireplace and Ubu looked at me like he really could NOT believe what had just happened. Later Augie decided to pee at the entrance to my bedroom. I am positive I heard Ubu gasp! That night I put both pups in Ubu’s crate. At one point I passed by and spoke to them. Augie was at the front of the crate smiling and Ubu was at the back looking at me with an expression that I had never seen and have not seen since “Ma, aint working out!”

    I take Ubu to visit Augie occasionally and they tussel and play, but Augie never wants to leave my company. If I let him in my van, he does not want to get out with his owner. His owner treats him good, but Augie lives a totally different life. His owner is a Regge concert promoter and Augie has a 11 year old girl/owner in his life. I think Augie wants a quiet life like Ubu.

    Another incident with Ubu that was weird was when one evening I put Ubu in his crate for the night then did my nightly Lysol spray through the house. I went to put the full can down and missed the counter and the can dropped on my foot. I yelped went to couch and was tearing up when I saw Ubu coming out the crate that I am to this day positive I locked. He came right over and started licking my face. Not only are dogs telepathic, but have some sort of powers when necessary. I really hope I don’t sound like a wack job!

    Anyhow, I’ve kept you long enough sharing Ubu stories.

    Bothell, WA

  6. Brigitte Smith

    No, Valencia, I’m sure you don’t sound like a wack job to anyone who has a dog that they are in tune with!

    My latest Rottweiler, Simba, “claimed” me when I went to a local dog shelter with a friend who was looking for a dog (I was not looking for another dog at all!)

    My friend did not find a dog, but Simba had looked at me with such a pleading look that I just had to go back and get him. He ran away from my friend, but looked at me as if he knew he was mine!

    He was starved and terribly mistreated by his previous owner, so he trusted no one except me when I got him.

    He is very slowly improving with other people, thankfully.


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