Susie Shiner is one of the UK's most highly regarded animal communicators. She has over a decade of experience passing on the messages from our animal kin; teaching others to do the same and more demonstrating the art of animal communication with living animals to amazed audiences. These pages are filled with her years of experiences sharing the thoughts of animals.
|Posted on 8 June, 2018 at 14:45|
Start by imagining your animal in front of you, at a time when the animal is not present. Perhaps just before you go to bed. You may not be able to maintain a mental image of the animal but this does not matter. Just know that they are there. Feel their presence, their 'vibe' so to speak. Place your attention in your heart area. Feel the love that you have for this animal or for all animals or beings.
The important thing is not to strain. You do not need to maintain the image in your m...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 28 January, 2018 at 11:10|
I cannot get enough of communicating with animals.
I love it because it challenges my assumptions about them time and time again. I am deeply passionate about increasing people's awareness of animals as intelligent sentient beings. There is nothing less about a dog, a horse, a rabbit. Just as much design has been put into these animals as has been invested in the human form and yet we are so disconnected from the natural world that we can only see our own superiority.
Animals are...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 28 January, 2018 at 11:00|
One of the animals that I have found the easiest to communicate with is Sally Pups. Sally was a delightful collie who came to live with me as a relatively elderly lady.
The fact that she was not my dog made communication easier. So often when attempting to communicate with our own animals, we fall into the trap of thinking that we are making it all up, believing we know so much about them. What is wonderful for me is that Sally had a past that I knew very little about. The best part of...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 28 January, 2018 at 10:55|
Originally posted on Monday, April 04, 2011 10:27 PM
I want to tell you a story about my beautiful horse, Apollo.
He is my blessed colleague in my work as Equine Guided Educator, having carried small autistic children on his back, patiently bending whilst they pull his mane and screech in his ears. He has taught leadership, self-respect and healthy boundaries to troubled teenagers and comforted those with broken hearts.
When we lived in Somerset, not far from the beautiful...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 28 January, 2018 at 10:45|
Growing up in my family we had had lots of animals and as soon as I was an adult, I began to surround myself with animals again. I began to realise that animals receive information with their energy bodies all the time. They do not say to themselves, "Oh, I am just being silly." They have total trust in their sensibilities and rely on them wholly to survive. We, as human animals, feel others' emotions, intentions and frequently others' thoughts but so often dismiss what we feel. It is as if w...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 7 July, 2014 at 8:15|
One of the first things I teach my workshop participants and private students is how to communicate from the heart so that an animal can truly hear you. It is my understanding that animals are not able to hear our busy head minds, especially when our minds are racing along wondering what we are going to have for tea tonight or whether we have enough washing up liquid. Usually for most animals and for animal communication to be truly successful, there has to be some emotional resonance i...Read Full Post »