Posted by: Philip Carr-Gomm | January 14, 2014

Anna the Animal Communicator

In Druidry, nature is perceived to be infused with awareness and intelligence, and so, animals, trees, rocks, water  etc,  are understood to possess their own unique voice and consciousness – just as humans do. Part of building a deeper relationship with nature is by communicating with it: sending out heartfelt messages and using our intuition to listen to any response. In doing so, we feel ourselves a part of a wider family of existence.

In this short film, Anna Breytenbach, illustrates her own gift for communicating with animals. On her website here 
she writes about her approach:

Human and animal communication creates a valuable bridge between human and non-human animals. By connecting with our intuition, we can engage in meaningful dialogue and remember how to hear the subtle messages from those whose space we share in our lives and our natural environment. Coming from a place of respect and reverence for all life, we can learn to understand our wilder relatives, honour their truths and live in greater harmony.

Interspecies communication is a unique opportunity for learning, clarity and healing. Through direct two-way information exchange, we increase mutual understanding and can work towards resolution of issues in our relationships with other beings. Psychic animal communication is natural; everyone can talk with animals! Most of us have simply forgotten how, but can recall instances from childhood or other times in our lives when we’ve been connected to our intuitive abilities and perceived things in a non-physical manner. We can all remember how to listen and perceive the true nature and essence of an animal’s unique personality and soul. The universal language of telepathy allows us to use our natural intuition and abilities to communicate with other species.


Responses

  1. Reblogged this on My Bardic Year and commented:
    An interesting post from Philip Carr-Gomm that happens to start with A ;)

  2. Exquisite story, very moving and so important–a basic way to improve our connection with our everyday world. I do communicate with my animals, but not well enough yet. Thank you, Philip.

  3. Communicating with all living species is for me a learning, intuitive proces of empathy, listining, feeling, smelling, touching and opening my eyes, soul and spirits. I am passionate about all living creatures in this beautifull world and I am wondering if we could ever find extraterestrial living beings. Every day I try to speak, listen and touch all these fantastic creatures, how small or hidden they might. And everyday I got so much feedback. It’s an organic, interdisciplinary and intercreative process. And I am gratefull that the author of this piece and lots of people are connecting with their surroundings and with each other. Life is a gift.

  4. As someone who works with animals all the time, and who has made a life of working with troubled dogs, Anna really interests me. I was watching the video of Spirit, and as Diablo I said out loud THIS is one badass angry cat!” but when Anna came into his space, I immediately saw his eye relax, and could almost hear his communication myself! She must be uniquely gifted, and I am going from this comment directly to her site. From a person on the Bardic path, I can say that no matter who you are, if you still yourself within, you can communicate with just about anything or anyone in Nature. It is extraordinary when the images and words come through and changes your life. For me, it was a circus elephant {:-(} who changed my life.


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