Have you ever wondered what a dog, cat, horse or other animal was
thinking and feeling？ Is there a universal language for communication
between all species？ Halo, bright viewers, and welcome to Animal World:
Our Co-Inhabitants, as we continue with our occasional series
spotlighting animal telepathic communicators from around the world.
we present two-part series featuring Ms. Penelope Smith of Arizona,
USA. During her ３０ years as a professional interspecies telepathic
communicator, she has counseled thousands of animals, taught courses
animal telepathic communications, and written several books on the
subject including 『Animal Talks,』 『Animal Healing Power,』 and 『Animals
in Spirit.』 She is the editor of a quarterly journal called 『Species
Link』 that is dedicated to the field of human-animal communications.
Smith has attracted the attention of the media and there have been
quite a few newspaper and magazine pieces written regarding her
abilities. She has appeared many times on radio and television as well.
To begin,Ms. Smith describes what telepathy entails.
Telepathy, it comes from 『tele』 and 『pathy.』 『Tele』 is the distance and
『pathy』 is feeling. So feeling across a distance is how I describe it.
people start to discover how to be quiet again, people learn how to
focus, get quiet, and regard their fellow animals as intelligent beings
and then learn how to both give communication clearly and how to
receive through all their extended senses to be able to feel what the
animal feels and how they are seeing the world.
It isn’t this vast distance that separates (us) from animals; we’re just fellow beings in different suits.
For more information about Penelope Smith, please visitwww.animaltalk.net