Communicating with Animals + Giveaway

When I went to a cat-show in December last year, I met Marieke. And Marieke talks with animals. Yes, that’s right! Marieke communicates with animals through telepathy… (Read the interview with Marieke here)

I thought it would be an interesting subject to talk about on my blog. In the end, you don’t hear about it much. Perhaps some of you haven’t heard about it at all?

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Photo by =-.0=.

Marieke has her own business, called DierenDialoog (Translated: AnimalDialogue). She communicates through telepathy with animals to help both the owner and their pets. People may approach her, for example: cats who always fight, or someone’s horse who suddenly acts different. Through telepathy, Marieke can find out what’s going on.

Animals communicate regularly through telepathy.  It is the most basic form of communication, an ability we are all born with.  As humans, we learn to rely on verbal communication and our telepathic skills are pushed aside and become rusty. – Animal Telepathy

Communicating with Animals?

When someone communicates with animals through telepathy, they are receiving images, feelings, and words that are sent to you by the animals. In return they send emotions, words or images back to the animal, and that’s how a conversation starts.

You can compare it with tuning a radio. Every animal has his or hers own frequency, and most animal-communicators use a photo to get to the right frequency (animal).

Just like a conversation with a human being, communicating with an animal is (always) a two-way process. There is a sender and a receiver. But an animal-communicator doesn’t have to be face-to-face with the animal. This is because telepathy can also be done over distance.

If you’re curious how it works. Read the interview with Marieke. Click here!

Communicating with animals can be used for many reasons:

  • To get to know your animal more.
  • Finding out why your animal behaves the way he does.
  • To find out what their life purpose is.
  • To find out if your animal is happy with the way she/he lives his/her life.
  • To find out if your animals is needs help passing on.
  • To speak to an animal that has passed away.

Giveaway: Win A Free Reading!

Wondering what your animal might be thinking? Got a question you’d like to ask your animal(s)? Or maybe you’re just curious?
This Giveaway is open to all kinds of animals.

Now is your chance to win a reading from Marieke from DierenDialoog for one of your pets.
All you have to do is comment on this post and let me know you’re joining this giveaway and include a working email address. Marieke also needs a photo of the animal in question.

On February the 8th I will make the winner known.
It goes via e-mail. So it doesn’t matter where you come from or whether you speak English or Dutch. All she needs is a picture from your animal.

photo by Gatto Mimmo.

photo by Gatto Mimmo.

Special Offer (for Dutch people only)

You can book a reading with discount. From 48,75 for 35 euro’s (Price is per conversation, per animal)! Click here

Dierendialoog.nl

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41 responses to “Communicating with Animals + Giveaway

  1. We would love to win this. Mom is wondering what is going on with Astrid. Why she is not using the litter box sometimes and why she has become a loner and is afraid of all the other kitties. So please enter us. Our e-mail is: janet.blue@thecatonmyhead.com.Purrs and paw-pats, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Lisbeth, Astrid and Calista Jo

  2. Well. You know my email – I’m going to enter just because I’m a massive skeptic about such things. I’d love to report on what happens. But you have to promise not to say one word to the psychic about me or my animals!

  3. We saw you talking about this in petpav, and Dee & Barkly would really love to know what’s going on in the crazy Russian’s mind. Sometimes we think Vlad isn’t refusing to cooperate as much as he just doesn’t understand English. This is a photo of Vlad for her: http://twitpic.com/dde836

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  5. Wow this is a wonderful opportunity. What I wouldn’t give to know what Cocco was thinking sometimes. Pigs are smart, very smart, and communicate so much with their eyes (and ahem their actions). How neat to find an animal communicator!

  6. My cat communicates verbally, she understands complicated words, like disappointed, posh nosh, and roll for me and I love you. What she doesn’t understand is tense, for example everything is present there is no past or future…

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  8. Congrats to Kitties Blue! I loved the interview with Marieke, too. When I pain pet portraits, the animals always help me. I need it! I was painting a cat one time, and it just wasn’t working out too well. I started over four times. I mentioned it to the woman who purchased the portrait for her friend, and she told me she wasn’t surprised. The kitty I was painting liked to be a trouble-maker! I hope it doesn’t happen again, but it was a good confirmation that I am not nuts.

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