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Animal Telepathy Tip - Your Friends Can Discern What's In Your Head!
I recently met with a coon cat, Vito, who translated to me how his humans were considering adding one more feline to the home area. Vito was one of two brothers, and his brother had been diagnosed with a disease.
The people hadn�t mentioned a word to me about another cat, but I paid attention when Vito expressed that he knew what his people were planning to do, and that he had definite ideas about it. He explicitly let me know that he would not want to live in the same place with another male, but a female cat may make a good companion.
When I relayed Vito�s opinions to his humans, they were primarily taken aback, because they had never actually talked about the intention of getting an additional cat in Vito�s presence. But they admitted that the idea was entering their heads, and that they had even discussed it by telephonewith their vet, but not from their home. They were dutiful not to say anything out loud, not wanting to upset vito, or his brother, Bob.
It didn�t matter. Using his telepathic prowess, Vito had collected his humans�s ambitions, in spite of their best efforts to conceal them.
What have i learned from all this?
It�s rough to hold secrets from your animal friends, and though they are not tuned in to every thought that goes through your brain, they are commonly very knowledgeable of thoughts and plans that could directly affect them. You can use this knowledge to intentionally send positive messages. You could tell them in advance of any changes that may be coming to the household. You can also make use of your own telepathic powers to support your pets when they are ill by visualizing them as healthy and happy. You may be surprised at the resulting behavior.
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