How to Become An Animal Psychic and Communicator
Confidence, humility and patience are needed if you want to be an effective animal psychic and communicator. However, the process is perhaps not as difficult as you might imagine, and the first step is to create some open space, and make a point of distancing yourself from those sounds and things that are not natural. Once you start doing this on a regular basis, you will begin how to listen from the place where your heart is really at, which for many of us is the wide, quiet spaces.
Try to avoid any negative energies, such as thoughts, places and people and instead, focus on getting fresh air, plenty of exercise and embracing healthy and tranquil practices and places.
Try to communicate with your companion animals on a daily basis; this communication can simply be spending a few minutes talking and waiting for a response.
Any type of daily meditation or relaxing technique is highly recommended for anyone who really wants to be better at communicating with animals; these techniques can include Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Yoga and similar types of relation exercises and practices, as well as engaging in something as straightforward such as a walk in the woods or along the beach. Instead of consciously trying to be a better animal communicator and psychic, simply proceed without a definite agenda and see what happens. Surprisingly, one excellent way to achieve all this is by singing. Your animals and guides can also be asked to work alongside you.
We are all different, meaning that it is never a good thing to compare yourself to others. Animals are able to sense good intentions and humility, meaning you should have a spiritual practice. Try going to different workshops to learn from another animal psychic.
Although the organic approach is often preferred over the academic approach, you can still learn a lot from attending workshops, reading books and listening to the tapes by Penelope Smith. Many experts advise you to be intuitive, rather than try too hard to actually learn. While enjoying your journey, don't forget to thank each animal guide and friend, and to have fun.