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Why does it have to be this way?

By Danielle Coleman

A few events have led me to write this article, but I am just going to share the most influential event with you.
I recently read a discussion on an online forum. The chat forum had a discussion started by someone regarding their naughty horse. This person was reaching out for help and advice about what to do about her horse that bucks, rears, and now refuses to load on a float.
Most people’s advice was to be tough on this horse as he is trying to put it over his human handler. The comment that drew me in, was by one person who stated in her very last sentence “Wouldn’t it be nice if they could just talk to us and tell us what is wrong!“.
HorsetalkI thought to myself, why does it have to be this way? It actually does not have to be this way. You can talk to your animals. You can simply just ASK what is wrong, why are you acting like this all of a sudden? It really is that simple.
Why is it so hard for us humans to accept that our animals can talk? Or that any living thing on this earth can talk?
Do our animals feel pain? Yes
Do our animals show love towards us and other species? Yes
Do our animals have their own individual personalities just like us? Yes
Do our animals show intelligence? Yes

The list could go on and on and on! So after the few pointers stated above, why do we find it so hard to believe that our animals can talk and understand us? Not only can they talk to us and understand us, but talking to an animal, is like talking to another person (yes you can have a full conversation with them just like we do to each other – I would actually prefer a conversation with an animal than a human!). Animals are very wise, spiritual beings who are here to help us. They want nothing more than for us to live in harmony with them.
If we could just open our minds up and accept that we can talk to animals, and not only our domestic animals, we can talk to any species on this earth, wouldn’t the world be a more harmonious place? Instead of putting down an animal for its extreme dangerous behaviour, we could just ask what is wrong and how we can help.

My main reasons for writing this article, is to hopefully awaken some peoples minds to the world of animal communication (just believe it – what’s the worst that can happen?), and to also find those people that want help, but are not sure where to turn to – just like the person writing on a public forum for help and advice.
Our animals are being misunderstood, abused, neglected and are dying for reasons they should not have to.
Our animals do not just wake up one morning and simply think to themselves that they are going to play up and be as naughty as they can be – they are not like that. They have opinions just like you, they have likes and dislikes just like you. Sometimes they probably do not want to do something that you are asking of them, sometimes they just need a break like we do.

Would we prefer our animals do things with us because they enjoy doing it, or because we force them to do it? I know for myself, that I do not want to be my animals leader or boss, i simply want to be their friend and to work as team together in any activity that myself and them would like to do. In saying that, animals do need a leader, but not in the way that humans try to be their leaders by putting them back in their place when they do something “naughty”.

There is always a reason for the way your animal behaves – even if it is a horse trying to kick you all the time, or a dog biting a human. I am not saying that this behaviour is acceptable at all, because it is not. But there is always a reason for an animal to be behaving so out of character .
Instead of labelling the animal useless, naughty, dangerous etc, how about we ask the animal what is wrong, why is it behaving in this manner, and what we could do to help. Calling an animal nasty names is just as bad as using violence towards them.

I am sure everyone has wanted to know at some stage what is wrong with their animal, or why they are behaving differently, and many other questions. You can know the answers to these questions. If you do not feel confident enough to start communicating with your animal straight away, then do not hesitate to contact an animal communicator, we are always willing to help you, and especially your animals. Every single human already is communicating with their animals, they are just not aware of it yet.
Ever had a niggly feeling that something just is not right with your animal? Only to walk outside and find something actually is wrong with them? Communication is done telepathically. It can be anything from an exchange of words, images, feelings and just pure knowing of what they want.
Just remember, no question is a silly question. It is only a silly question if you do not ask it.

Danielle is an Animal Communicator and you can contact her on 0429706412

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