Miranda Alcott, MA, is an intuitive, animal communicator. She has also 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 notes that humans have various misconceptions regarding their communication with animals. For example, we may not recognize how our emotional state impacts animal companions. Nor do we generally recognize that animals are sensitive to the mental pictures we hold. Also, humans are often insensitive to the needs and desires of animals; and, in these instances, the communication is not based on mutual respect. She discusses the differences between communicating with domestic and wild animals.
(Recorded on December 4, 2016)
Published on December 13, 2016