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How to communicate with animals with Anna Breytenbach – Part Three

7. Can this amazing communication technique be applied to any animal? Wild animals, domestic ones, reptiles (snakes?), insects (ants?)?

Pardon me if some of my questions sound a little “naive”, but it’s such an intriguing and unusual topic. Besides, very little seems to be known on the matter.

The techniques are exactly the same no matter what species we’re communicating with, from fish to flies, ants to elephants, cats to cabbages. Yes, plants as well as any other aspect of the natural world.

8. What type of services do you focus on with your clients? What is your area of expertise? Can you address animals that have behavioral or emotional issues?

For example, my dog “Makala” is adorable with my relatives, but sometimes has a bad tendency to “bite” strangers who come for a visit. How would you tackle the issue (advice appreciated lol)?

I focus on conducting workshops to empower people to do this themselves – to get reacquainted with their natural intuition. Because of my travel and workshop schedule, I seldom have time for private consultations anymore. A lot of my time goes to my pro bono work which focuses on wildlife: rehab, rescue, reintroduction, etc. Specifically I work with baboon, elephant, dolphin and lion conservation issues.

In the case of a behavioural or emotional issue, the process is to communicate with the animal directly to find out what’s motivating the behaviour. Once that is known, consequence and alternatives can literally be discussed with the animal. It’s a great way to find mutual solutions…or determine what healing interventions might be required/desired by the animal if relevant.

Anna’s interview continues in Part Four

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