If this is your first visit to a Pet Communicator, I'd love to help you understand more about what I have been blessed to do for all of God's creatues.
People often ask, “Can you communicate intuitively with zoo or wild animals as well as have a non-verbal two-way conversation with my family pet?” The answer is yes! The conversations with wild or zoo animals are a little different than the way an animal living in your home might speak with me, but through animal communication, we can speak with all animals that are willing to talk.
Our animal companions often make us smile by the way they communicate through a look, a touch, and other behaviors. Before language was created, it was the method by which all life communicated. Intuitive communication, which is also referred to as telepathic or psychic communication is not only a natural way of conversing, it's the manner in which all non-human life communicates. They talk, not on the Internet, but rather the Inner-net or Web of Life! In the Western Culture it's often a lost or latent human ability we’ve been taught to suppress and conditioned to forget. We're taught early, by society, to believe intuitive communication is our over-active imagination at work.
Is it really possible to know what my animal companion is thinking or feeling?
I use a method of communication called the CLARAC Approach in talking with animals. Each of the letters in the word CLARAC represents a step in communicating with animals and nature. All life is connected, so it is only a matter of
People often ask me how I came to be an animal communicator. Of course, I've studied with wonderful professional animal communicators, but as I reflect back on my life, I realize my father was my very first animal communication teacher. He taught us to love, honor, cherish and respect animals. He believed they were Master Teachers of unconditional love. Whether it was a domestic or 'wild' animal, he had a wonderful gentle way of communicating with them. He had loving relationships with dogs, cats, deer, chipmunks and birds, just to name a few. He would even often ask the birds outside our breakfast window their opinions and tell us how they answered his questions. He melted with love when he had the opportunity to connect with animals. And so I watched him and learned how wonderfully wise and amazing the animals are in our world. I hope you'll like this children’s story I wrote several years ago about my father, Fred Larson
The Little Boy’s Prayer
There once was a little boy who longed to love and be loved. Every night he prayed, “Dear God, when I get older may I please have a wife and children. I promise to love them and teach them love, everyday!” And God remembered the Little Boy’s Prayer.
One day, when the little boy grew older, he saw a beautiful and kind young lady. He was very shy and new at romantic love. As soon as he met her, he felt embarrassed and ran away. But as time went on, they grew in love and married. Together, they learned about compassion and caring. And God remembered the Little Boy’s Prayer.
Because the little boy kept his promise, God sent four little girls to him and his wife. He taught his girls about love. His children invited their friend’s to visit. He loved his children’s friends and taught them about love, too. As the little boy’s love grew, so did his heart. And God remember the Little Boy’s Prayer.
Because the little boy kept his promise, God sent him animals of all kinds to love. He talked to the animals and loved them. He taught everyone around him to appreciate and care for the animals. And God remembered the Little Boy’s Prayer.
Throughout his life, the little boy kept his promise and so God sent him neighbors, friends, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and even strangers to care for. He loved them all and taught them to love others. And God remembered the Little Boy’s Prayer.
When the little boy became very old, his heart could no longer contain this great love. It was then that God looked around the world and found the little boy’s gift had blessed all of creation. So God smiled and said, “Come home and be with me little boy. Your work here is done.” And God remembered the Little Boy’s Prayer.
(Written by Sandra Larson as a tribute to my father, Fred Larson)