interspecies communication



our domesticated companions have much to say. but it often goes unheard by well intentioned guardians who are unable to understand. however, it is entirely possible to discern. are they content ? are they experiencing any discomfort or stress ? why do they exhibit particular behaviours ? all of these questions can be answered. they offer so much of themselves, and it is the duty of any guardian to provide the best possible care. 




one of the most valuable reasons to communicate with a domesticated companion is to ascertain information regarding the state of health. modern society’s standards of health have deteriorated alongside the health of the population. this is no different in veterinary medicine. many conditions now considered to be normal are, in reality, early warning signs of disease. allergies, dental tartar, odours, emesis, clogged anal glands, too many behavioural concerns to name, are all considered to be normal according to allopathic veterinarians. however, they are not normal. they are signs that an organism is functioning in a weakened condition and at current risk of a more complex disease.



virtually the entire population of animals, both human and domesticated companions, suffer from some sort of chronic illness. and it is the suppressive nature of allopathic medicine that contributes greatly to this epidemic. utilising pharmaceutical drugs to eliminate symptoms does not serve the individual. if the ætiology is not addressed, the disease shall only seek another form of expression. 

another valuable reason to communicate is for the purpose of connecting with a beloved companion who has transitioned. even in spirit, they are dedicated to loving and giving. their messages are powerfully inspiring, and one discovers much hope and healing.

strengthen the existing bond by communicating in a more intuitive and impactful manner. interspecies communication facilitates the growth required to become the best guardian one can be.