Have you ever wondered why your pet ends up in your path when you're going to do something? It’s no secret that animals are telepathic, but have you really thought about how that impacts your day to day life?
Your animals can tune into you so easily, and they see the images that you are portraying. Every thought you have is matched with an image in your mind.
As you plan your day and think about what you need to do, you automatically picture this in your mind. For example, you think about going to the sink to do the dishes, you see yourself being at the sink doing them. Your pets watch this video reel playing in your mind.
Using thoughts as positive suggestions, as opposed to negative suggestions, will result in a positive outcome. For example, if I say to my dog ‘don’t jump up on the couch’, the image I’m actually sending them is them jumping on the couch. You can’t help it, it’s the way we are designed. However, if you were to instead say: ‘sit down on the ground’, the image you are portraying is the action that you want them to do. You need to train your brain in thinking of the positive and right action, as opposed to the negative and wrong action. These may seem like little things but if your dog is running towards a road and you want them to come back, the worst thing you could do is say ‘don’t run on the road’ as the image you are portraying in panic is the wrong image. If you say ‘come back to me’, or whatever your command is for your pet, you have a greater chance of a positive result as you are sending them the image of them coming to you.
A great thing to remember when dealing with your pets is to make sure you tell your pet what you want him/her to do or happen, not what you don’t want to happen. Animals, like humans, do have free will so this is not a fix all, this is a way of trying to achieve the best possible outcome for you and your pet.