Miranda Alcott, MA, is an intuitive, animal communicator. She also has been a certified Crisis Responder and instructor/trainer for the National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA), as well as a member of NOVA’s Response Team. She earned her masters degree in spiritual psychology from the University of Santa Monica. She has also studied with renowned “animal ambassador,” Linda Tellington-Jones, and is a Certified TTOUCH Practitioner for Companion Animals.
Here she describes how each animal species has a unique culture. Animals can communicate with us, and can even teach us, if we are willing to quiet our minds, let go of our preconceptions and listen. This often comes naturally to children. In fact, sometimes children experience communication from animals as an imaginary playmate. Animals can also communicate through visual imagery and energetic patterns akin to what is sometimes thought of as the “aura”. When opening up to communication with animals, it is very important to develop a sense of inner self-trust. She claims that we all, subconsciously, use telepathy throughout the day.
(Recorded on December 4, 2016)
To view an edited English transcript of this interview, see https://bit.ly/313t2Gn
Published on December 27, 2016