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Thu, Feb 18 | By Kris O’Donnell | 26

ORLANDO, Fla. – Zeus, a thoroughbred-quarter horse cross, gallops around the pasture with relative ease. He even stops and happily rolls around in the dirt. But just a few hours earlier, he was clearly walking in pain, the result of numerous physic… more ›

Animal Communication Workshops: Improving Empathy With All Creatures
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Momba
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Momba
4 years ago

Most people who have animals know that they can sense our moods. Further study into it is a really good idea. Wish they had these classes in our area.

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Kumari
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Kumari
4 years ago

where are you located? if you want classes and are willing to network with some friends to get a group together, i am willing to travel

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Momba
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Momba
4 years ago

Northern NY, east of Lake Ontario.

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Tommy m.
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Tommy m.
4 years ago

i hope they can help epole and pets.

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di
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di
4 years ago

I have always told who ever is around the horses, that your bad mood and what you are thinking can directly have a response from the horse. I think all animals have a sense of connection to us, and if we allow it, I do agree, you can tell what they are thinking.

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Kumari
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Kumari
4 years ago

yes that is so true--they feel our emotions (energy in motion) very well, but don't always know WHY we are upset, sad, angry, etc. It is very helpful to explain to the animals why you are upset (and with whom if not them) as they can feel great relief knowing it is not about them. They often take things personally if they are feeling it, they think it has to do with them and they can get quite distraught, and even sick about it. It is better to explain what is going on than to try to stuff the feelings--they are better "feelers" than we are and still will be impacted.

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Kavykeeper
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Kavykeeper
4 years ago

I'd love to take a class like that!

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Kris
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Kris
4 years ago

I would, too. I have always known my pets are affected by my moods; it would be great to learn more how to communicate with them.

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Bowne
4 years ago

This is a very interesting article. I didn't even know that there were classes for this. It would be wonderful to be able to connect with my cat this way. It would make some things a lot easier.

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Jomaldonado
4 years ago

Centers for Animal Therapies/CAT offers many classes on animal topics. Some are intuitive based, like animal communication, some are for fun, like tracking with your dog, and some are for learning, like pet first aid. Feel free to visit the website at www.centerforanimaltherapies.com for more info

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Kris
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Kris
4 years ago

Thanks for the link!

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Denise L.
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Denise L.
4 years ago

This is something I'm very interested in. I always knew that animals & children can mirror your emotions (like when a child becomes destructive, it could be because you are upset about something, etc.). My dream is to work with pit bull rehabilitation (I want to help dispel the notorious myths about this wonderful breed) & this would undoubtedly help!

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Jomaldonado
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Jomaldonado
4 years ago

If you live in the Florida area there are a few people that do this kind of work.

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Debby
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Debby
4 years ago

I would like to explore all avenues if it could possibly help in the healing and training of our rescues.

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daryl b.
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daryl b.
4 years ago

education is so important debby

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Lisa B.
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Lisa B.
4 years ago

I have a cat that limps. She´s had shots in her joint. I´m going to try to deal with her differently. Anything is worth a try. She jumped off of a table and hurt her elbow.

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daryl b.
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daryl b.
4 years ago

i have had that done to me and it was like magic

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daryl b.
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daryl b.
4 years ago

respect is so important. i can't emphisize that enough. if you want respect you must give it

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