How to have a psychic connection with your pet: Animal Communication 101

Posted October 27, 2015 in Intuitive Training

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Animals are psychic. (Some strictly refer to this sense as ‘instinct’ but I say: Same diff. We humans also have ‘instincts’ that tell us, for example, when someone may be dangerous with no ‘rational explanation’ as to how we know this.)

Your dog knows immediately which dog to befriend and which to steer clear of at the dog park. Your cat can sense your mood change and knows when to come give you a cuddle. Animals have much to teach us about trusting our own ‘instincts’. 


“I want to tell you I LOVE this poncho.”

Dogs can predict when seizures will occur in humans. Seizure dogs are trained to lie on top during the episode and go get help after. Scientists are still scratching their heads as to how dogs know this in advance of the occurrence. Biochemist Rupart Sheldrake, has already shown through his famous experiment that dogs are capable of telepathy and know when their owners will come home. And you may have heard of the wild elephants inexplicably walking miles to pay tribute to Lawrence Anthony, the conservationist that saved their lives.

People often ask me if it is possible as humans, to communicate psychically with animals. The answer is “Yes, of course!” Telepathy (psychic communication by ‘talking mind-to-mind’) is possible whenever talking to Soul, and of course, animals have Souls.


My dog Hawk–always in Love with my babies.

Some psychics specialize only in animal communication. Click here to watch an inspiring video of Anna Breytenbach’s beautiful and healing work.

You can also learn to psychically ‘talk’ to your animals whether they are sitting right in front of you, lost in the woods or crossed over to the other side. Your dog or cat is already psychically talking to you, isn’t it time you made this communication a two-way street?

Here are some tips to begin build your psychic communication with animals:

  1. Identify your psychic type– It can be extremely helpful to learn HOW you uniquely ‘hear’. Not everyone ‘hears a voice in her head’ (classic telepathy or ‘Clairaudience” through the 5th chakra). Some receive psychic information by feeling the information (through the 2nd charka), just ‘knowing it‘ (7th charka) or ‘seeing‘ visual images (6th chakra).
  2. Meditate– for any type of psychic work you need to learn how to shut down the voice of the ego and begin to get a clear space for the psychic information to come in.
  3. Say “hello.” Often overlooked, you need to signal to the animal that you are ready to begin a ‘conscious’ dialogue. Say “hello” in your mind and let them know you are ready to begin.
  4. Be Patient and keep trying. Don’t force the communication. Remember to be easy and get into ‘receptivity’ mode (they can sense if you are anxious). Eye contact is not always necessary; for dogs it can be intimidating (a sign of who is the Alpha, or dominant one, in the relationship). Just observe; as you practice, the communication will increase. Your pet may be used to speaking with your Higher Self and so communicating with your ego may be a shift for him.
  5. Practice in your journal. Just as I recommend Soul Journaling to build telepathy from your ego to your Soul, journaling with the Soul of your animal helps build the necessary 5th chakra ‘muscle’ of Clairaudience to begin to ‘hear’ what they have to tell you.

I’d love to hear your stories of your own animal communication successes in the comments! (I always enjoy a good psychic story. I’ve got a good one coming soon about my cat, Micky, in another blog post.)


“Can you hear me yet?”

Lots of Love, Elisa

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  1. Monday, March 21st, 2016
    I heard this kind of psychic first time.. I will try it for my dog. I would like to know about my dog psychic type.
  2. Gary Gerovac
    Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016
    I have a rescue dog that has a fear of people. He has allowed only one person, my youngest daughter, to befriend him. I will try psychic communication with him. I will keep you updated.
  3. David Lynn
    Monday, February 6th, 2017
    Very interesting.
    I focus a lot on connecting with my dog. I don't get much back except total adoration from her. She isn't much of a communicator. I have to be careful as often she will know I'm doing it and looks a little perplexed.
    I have also done this with my rabbit believe it or not. He is now 13, although the vets are stunned by it. I believe connection allows healing for both. A sharing of energy.
    I looked this up tonight as 2 days ago my wife let the dog out and forgot about her. I was in bed asleep. It was raining through the night and I awoke to a dream that I was sinking in mud in the pouring rain and she was looking at me really sad. It woke me up.
    I was that worried I went down and found her wet and asleep by the back door.
    There was no way I could have known that.
    Animals are very open to us. Other humans not so much.
    I'm actually an advanced interviewer and use cognitive a lot. It is a powerful thing. It can be soothing but powerful,
    I've also connected with people, but it is an invasion. You can open boxes that are meant to stay closed. As such I stopped doing that.
    Very interesting though.
  4. Akshara
    Tuesday, May 8th, 2018
    I wish to learn to communicate with animals .where n how can I do it. I m.fron India ..?...
  5. Adria Sorensen
    Thursday, September 6th, 2018
    Is it common for animals or humans to initiate telepathic communication?
    In my case, wild birds initiated telepathic communication with me since I started hearing their messages before I even knew that it was possible to hear animal's thoughts...I'll hear their chirping (and from the tone of their chirps can hear distress) but I also hear the words "save us" or "help us" or "feed us. we're hungry" sometimes in a tone of voice that's identical to the tone of the bird chirps...however, a number of years before birds started to communicate telepathically to me, animal communication with dogs and cats was mostly done through body language, facial expressions, and the tone of their bark or meow to understand how they felt. Additionally, I used touch to communicate with them as a way of letting them know it's safe and ok, that I love them, that they're protected (in circumstances where they feel in danger or are worried about another animal in the house invading their space,etc),and further and further listen to their communication through feel in terms of what feels good to them, what hurts, and when they don't want to be held or touched anymore (or at all). I don't remember though, per say, if it was myself or dogs/cats who initiated telepathic be honest, I think I innately did it without knowing what it was or even aware that there was such a thing as "animal telepathic communication". However,even before I remember conciously communicating nonverbally with animals, my earliest memory of animal telepathy was when Kira, our first family dog, telepathically communicated with me....I remember I was going to start my sophmore year of college and was saying goodbye to her...initially it was somewhat short rushed goodbye, but she looked at me with this sad expression on her face. I paused before leaving, and then went back to say a longer more heartfelt goodbye.... little did I know that would be the last time I'd see her since she had passed a few months later before Thanksgiving, the next time I was back to visit the family... but it all just happened naturally without trying.... I'm just curious about other's experiences. Is it you who tries to telepathically communicate with an animal or did they start to telepathically communicate to you first?