A Whole New World: Tapping into Telepathy with Animal Communicator Mary Getten    Part 2
 
A Whole New World: Tapping into Telepathy with Animal Communicator Mary Getten  Part 2
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Welcome, good-natured viewers to another edition of Animal World: Our Co-Inhabitants. Today we feature the first of a two-part series on Mary Getten, a telepathic animal communicator from the state of Washington, USA.

Ms. Getten is the winner of the 2007 Nautilus Book Award for “Communicating with Orcas: The Whales’ Perspective.” As the title suggests, the book chronicles her inner conversations with Orcas and how these special beings view the world. The Nautilus Book Award is for works that “contribute significantly to our society's well-being and that embrace spiritual and ecological values such as compassion, sustainability, simplicity, and global peace.”

Recently Ms. Getten kindly took time from her busy schedule to share with us some of the messages she has received while communicating on a heart-to-heart level with both wild and domestic animals.

I am a professional telepathic animal communicator. I’ve spent the last 15 years talking to people’s animals around the world and I do most of my work on the phone. Telepathy is the universal language and so you don’t need to be with an animal; time and space really doesn’t matter. I’ve spent more than 25 years working with marine mammals and in my professional practice I spend most of my time talking to domestic animals.

How did Ms. Getten become involved in communicating with animals?

I loved animals as a child and I always wanted to work with animals. When I was in high school I used to read every National Geographic about Jane Goodall. But how I got involved with animal communication was when I was working at the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito (USA). This was in the late 1980s. I met a teacher named Penelope Smith who is one of the founders of animal communication. And so I took a class from her because I thought if I could help at the Center talking to seals and sea lions where we didn’t know what was wrong with them, I would be a big asset.

After I was in the Bay Area, I moved up to the San Juan Islands in 1990, which is an area of Washington State and British Columbia where there is a resident population of close to 90 orcas. And it was leading whale watch trips and seeing these guys that really got me to start working with my telepathic communication skills, because I wanted to know about those whales – who they were and what they thought about and all the questions that researchers can’t answer by just observing them. I realized that this is a way we can do research without all the grants and the degrees is talking to them directly.

During that time I got to know a whale by the name of Granny and she is an Orca, and she was born, the scientists believe, in 1912. So she is a very ancient whale and I knew she would have a lot to say and so I spent more than a year interviewing Granny, her son Ruffles and many other whales in the community about who they were as beings, what their hopes and desires were, how they worked out leadership issues or social structure within the pod itself and I was able to publish this information in a book called, “Communicating with the Orcas: The Whales’ Perspective.”

I wanted to put this information out so that people could find out who these animals were because they are really kind, loving, non-judgmental beings and also to help people understand how to communicate with animals.

According to Ms. Getten, whales are highly spiritual beings and have told her many amazing things about our planet and how they are trying to help humanity.

Wild animals are connected to the Creator, that sense of oneness, of all there is. And I’ll go even further with that and I would say whales are totally in that place. I do see whales as being in more or less in an enlightened state of consciousness where they’re connected to everything and they operate from that place. They are totally non-judgmental.

I’ve had so many conversations with whales about what humans are doing to the planet. And they’ve said that, “It does no good for us to judge you. That’s not going to change it. All we can do is keep sending you love and hope you get it, and that you do not destroy the planet.”

So that’s one of the messages I’ve had from the whales, but they are in a high state of being. That’s why I’ve spent a lot of time around whales. I found that like when you sit with a human master, you can raise your consciousness just by being in that energy field. I find the same thing with the whales and dolphins. When you spend time with them, it helps to raise your consciousness.

We will pause now for some messages and when we return, we will learn from Mary Getten how we can get in contact with whales in our own home. Please stay tuned to Supreme Master Television.

Welcome back to Animal World: Our Co-Inhabitants where we are featuring an interview with a wonderful telepathic animal communicator from the United States, Ms. Mary Getten.

You mentioned at one point that the animals, the whales in particular, that they love us, or that they’re blessing us. What is that like? Do they love the entire Earth unconditionally, every type of species? Do they feel empathy for humans in particular?

They do. They feel a little pity for us sometimes because one of the things that they feel is we get so caught up in our creations, our physical things, our making money, our cars and stuff, things like that. They see us getting trapped into that kind of world and not connecting in with nature, which really is probably the biggest problem on the planet today, is that human disconnection from nature. And they see that because they’re in that flow of all life. They understand their place in it.

And so, they send us a lot of love to try and help us to get back because if you can understand your place in nature and your connection to everything, it’s hard to go around destroying it, because you’re just part of it. And so many people feel separate from the rest of the whole and nature. They don’t understand how it works anymore.

Sympathizing with the many issues humanity faces, the whales have revealed to Mary Getten a way for people to connect with the whales’ loving energy even if they are nowhere near these magnificent beings.

I’ve talked to the whales and dolphins about that, because I know a lot of people can’t get to the water. There are people living in the middle of Chicago (USA) or the middle of China and there is no way to get to the sea to interact with these animals. And they’ve assured me that it’s just as good to visit them on an energetic level, so telepathically. You can sit with a picture of a whale and connect in with it and see what it’s like to be in their whole.

It is a simple process. It is all about just getting quiet inside, opening your heart, communicating with the animal, mentally and then allowing their answers or information to flow in. So it is something that anyone can do and I’ve had many people report to me after reading the book that they were able to talk to Granny as well.

She loves to talk to people and there are many pictures of her in the book that you can sit and connect with and you can have your own experience of talking to a whale, and Granny being 98 years old, 99 I think coming up this year, she is really an exceptionally wise being. So I would encourage everyone to sit down, talk to animals, just allow their information to flow in.

Don’t restrict yourself to pets. There are billions of animals out there and experiment with every kind of animal, experiment with animals that fly, that live in the sky, talk to the animals that are living in the water. Try to talk to the animals that live in the ground, see if you can connect with all different facets of the animal kingdom because it really enriches your life and the lives of all the beings on this planet.

We asked Ms. Getten if the nature of the messages she receives varies depending on the species. For example, would the conversation be any different if one connected with a snail versus a canine companion?

I would say that large animals have more complex thought processes that are more similar to humans than say a snail. They operate on a little simpler level. They don’t have quite as many interactions and things that they need to deal with. And animals that live with people, like dogs and cats and horses, they tend to develop themselves even more highly towards our direction because they want to fit, in our world and understand us better.

Ms. Getten says that there is telepathic communication between members of the same species and provides an example of how birds use this gift from Heaven.

When you do see those big groupings, they are communicating verbally but they are also communicating telepathically. So they’re all connected up mentally and they know where they are going, and if something happens, like say where one of them needs to go down, they generally will all go together.

Have you ever seen those groupings of starlings, where you’ll get thousands and thousands? And I’ve watched them move around a town, and as this swarm moves you’ll see them popping out from here and there. It’s like they collect everybody before they go to bed. It’s a fascinating thing to watch. And you can see how they are communicating. They are calling out to everybody in their big family group to come out, it’s time now, we’re all going to wherever it is that they roost at night.

We sincerely thank Ms. Getten for sharing her wonderful knowledge regarding the animal kingdom, including how we can interact on a deep level with our animal friends.

For more details on Mary Getten, please visit

“Communicating with Orcas: The Whales’ Perspective” is available at the same website

Friendly viewers, please join us again tomorrow when we feature Part 2 of our program on telepathic animal communicator Ms. Mary Getten. It was a pleasure having your company today on Animal World: Our Co-Inhabitants. Up next is Enlightening Entertainment, after Noteworthy News. May the love of the Divine guide us all.
Welcome, good-natured viewers to another edition of Animal World: Our Co-Inhabitants. Today we feature the second part of a two-part series on Mary Getten, a telepathic animal communicator from the state of Washington, USA.

Ms. Getten is the winner of the 2007 Nautilus Book Award for “Communicating with Orcas: The Whales’ Perspective.” As the title suggests, the book chronicles her inner conversations with Orcas and how these special beings view the world. The Nautilus Book Award is for works that “contribute significantly to our society's well-being and that embrace spiritual and ecological values such as compassion, sustainability, simplicity, and global peace.”

Recently Ms. Getten kindly took time from her busy schedule to share with us some of the messages she has received while communicating on a heart-to-heart level with both wild and domestic animals.

I am a professional telepathic animal communicator. I’ve spent the last 15 years talking to people’s animals around the world and I do most of my work on the phone. Telepathy is the universal language and so you don’t need to be with an animal; time and space really doesn’t matter. I’ve spent more than 25 years working with marine mammals and in my professional practice I spend most of my time talking to domestic animals.

For a person who wants to connect with animals, you don’t have to study how to talk to horses or cats or dogs. It’s the same place that you go inside, this quiet deep place where you can connect with another being. And it doesn’t matter if it’s a frog or a slug or a tree or a dog or a cat or whale. It’s all that same place. So when you learn how to communicate telepathically, you can use it for anything, really.

We asked Mary Getten what the canines and felines she has interacted with over the many years have expressed to her regarding their purpose on Earth.

I’ve talked to thousands of dogs and cats in my 15 years as a professional communicator and they run the gamut in their expression in their purpose and mission in life. I’ve talked to dogs that are highly spiritual. And I’m thinking of one in particular who, the people had called me, because he kept going to the neighbor’s house. And so, when I talked to the dog, he said, “This man needs help. And I go over there to send him love. And I’m trying to help him.” So here is this dog, who is just all about his heart, and working with people that was that dog.

Some of them do have I would say, a specific mission, maybe to be with a particular person, where they have some lessons that they can do together in this lifetime. Others are protective, certainly. And some are there just to make us laugh and lighten us up.

Some animals are just so much fun. Actually I’ll tell you a little story about a horse I talked to once. Just to give you a horse’s sense of humor, the woman was asking me if her horse really enjoyed working, or if he was ready to retire. And so I got quiet and I talked to the horse, and he showed me a picture of himself sitting in a hot tub.

And when I told her, she just cracked up. She said that is so him, because she said he always sends me pictures of him wearing a Hawaiian shirt. So, some of them it comes out of nowhere, they can just be really funny, or they can be really serious. But animals definitely have all the emotions that we have.

The caregivers of the cat Candy wanted to learn more about her feelings and wishes and to let her know their concerns regarding the dangers to her posed by cars on the street. Ms. Getten communicated with Candy to find out the answers to several questions.

Yes, going outside would be good for her because it would give her some space from the other cats. She said she does understand about cars, and what I did there was I told her that if she stays on the grass she would be safe. So that’s the message you can give to cats, if you are on the grass you’re going to be safe. If you go out on the pavement, the asphalt, then that’s when the car can come and hit you. So she said she would stay on the grass. She doesn’t really have a desire to be running around in the traffic.

When we come back, we will continue with our fascinating discussion about the world of animals with Mary Getten. Please stay tuned to Supreme Master Television.

Welcome back to Animal World: Our Co-Inhabitants where we are featuring an interview with a wonderful telepathic animal communicator from the United States, Ms. Mary Getten.

Dolphins are certainly special marine mammals with a long history of helping humans whether it be rescuing a person lost at sea or protecting a ship from danger. Some programs provide therapy to those who are not well by taking them to the open ocean to swim with dolphins. We asked Mary Getten about the therapeutic effects of interacting with dolphins.

Dolphins are really interesting. They are really about love. And I’ve talked to many dolphins who said their mission is to open human hearts, one heart at a time. Some of them that do feel they have a mission to work with humans, what they do is they send the correct vibration into the human body. So it’s not like they’re trying to fix what’s wrong, but they will come up and they will often put their nose onto a person and they are sending the right vibration for that body to be in balance.

And then of course it’s up to you and your body to allow that energy to come in and stimulate your own healing response. So that’s generally what they’re doing, from the dolphins I’ve talked to about it. And I have worked on dolphin healing projects with people. And so it’s more a correct vibration they send than trying to fix a bad liver or something like that.

Is it a sound frequency? Is it something that might be detected as sound? Is it an energy that is not visible or cannot be detected?

You can feel it. I’ve had that experience with dolphins where they come and they’ll put their beak on you, and they’re sending an actually physical vibration and you can feel the sort of buzzing in your body. You can’t hear it, or at least I couldn’t hear it. But you could definitely feel it. It was like bubbles coming into your body; it was this buzzing energy coming in.

Are there some examples that you’ve had over all these years of communicating with different animals, where animals have saved their own lives, maybe because of something they’ve said? For example it could be a fish in a lake saying that “We’re all being polluted by this lake.” “Humans, would you help?”

In my conversations with the Orcas, they have said that there’s a metal in the water that’s affecting their health and affecting the survivability of their calves. And I’ve often wondered exactly what that is, if it’s mercury. And when you asked that question, it reminded me of another communicator once I remember who had the experience of hearing fish.

They were in a pond that had dried up and they were calling out “Help! We’re stuck. There’s no water!” And she heard them and she went, and she put them all into a bucket and took them to another lake. I think the reason she got that was that it was quite emotional. They were really calling out, “We’re in big trouble here!” So she was able to get them and take them somewhere else.

At this point in time when the Earth is ailing, there is global warming, the oceans are definitely polluted, we know the air is polluted. Are there messages coming from animals, or the Earth itself sort of guiding us as to how we can take care of the Earth to preserve it?

The species that I’ve heard the most from that is really saying, “Help, we need help,” is the trees. It’s the large trees. And what they keep saying is that a hundred small trees cannot do the work, that one giant tree can do. Because the trees really are holding the energy for the planet. And they are connected and they are creating oxygen and, they keep the planet in balance.

And if you’ll notice people who live near the forest, energetically they are much calmer, they are more in balance. You go into a city, where there are no trees, and the energy is crazy, and the people are acting out. They do a lot towards keeping us calm and relaxed. And those large trees that we keep cutting down in these forests that are going, going, going, that I think is actually causing a lot of the earthquakes and things like that on the planet, because the trees are not there holding that balance of energy.

Trees are saying, “Help, we need help. You’ve got to stop cutting so many big trees, because we can’t do our job anymore.”

We sincerely thank Mary Getten for providing her insights into the enchanting world of telepathic animal communication and for sharing with us the thoughts and messages of many different species of animals. May she help many more humans and animals understand each other better and to always live in love and harmony.

For more details on Mary Getten, please visit

“Communicating with Orcas: The Whales’ Perspective” is available at the same website

Thank you dedicated viewers for joining us on this edition of Animal World: Our Co-Inhabitants. Up next is Enlightening Entertainment, after Noteworthy News. May Divine love bring you everlasting happiness and joy.
HOST: Welcome, good-natured viewers to another edition of Animal World: Our Co-Inhabitants. Today we feature the first of a two-part series on Mary G etten, a telepathic animal communicator from the state of Washington, USA.

Ms. Getten is the winner of the 2007 Nautilus Book Award for “Communicating with Orcas: The Whales’ Perspective.” As the title suggests, the book chronicles her inner conversations with Orcas and how these special beings view the world.  The Nautilus Book Award is for works that “contribute significantly to our society's well-being and that embrace spiritual and ecological values such as compassion, sustainability, simplicity, and global peace.”

Recently Ms. Getten kindly took time from her busy schedule to share with us some of the messages she has received while communicating on a heart-to-heart level with both wild and domestic animals.

Mary Getten (f): I am a professional telepathic animal communicator.
I’ve spent the last 15 years talking to people’s animals around the world and I do most of my work on the phone. Telepathy is the universal language and so you don’t need to be with an animal; time and space really doesn’t matter. I’ve spent more than 25 years working with marine mammals and in my professional practice
I spend most of my time talking to domestic animals.

HOST: How did Ms. Getten become involved in communicating with animals?

Mary Getten (f): yeah, you know I loved animals as a child and I always wanted to work with animals. When I was in high school I used to read every National Geographic about Jane Goodall.

But how I got involved with animal communication was when I was working at the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito (USA).

This was in the late 1980s. I met a teacher named Penelope Smith who is one of the founders of animal communication. And so I took a class from her because I thought if I could help at the Center talking to seals and sea lions where we didn’t know what was wrong with them, I would be a big asset.

After I was in the Bay Area,I moved up to the San Juan Islands in 1990, which is an area of Washington State and British Columbia where there is a resident population of close to 90 orcas.

And it was leading whale watch trips and seeing these guys that really got me to start working with my telepathic communication skills, because I wanted to know about those whales – who they were and what they thought about and all the questions that researchers can’t answer by just observing them.

I realized that this is a way we can do research without all the grants and the degrees is talking to them directly.

For more details on Mary Getten, please visit www.MaryGetten.com
“Communicating with Orcas: The Whales’ Perspective” is available at the same website

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