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Notes: For the communication, you'll need a pitcher for an animal you don't know. Only information = its name and what sex it is, and also the name of the person related to the animal.
Keeping your focuses
Literally the ability to keep your focus on the animal and not yourself, so that you pick up the animal's feelings and not your feelings. Know that when you ask a question, you'll always get a feeling back. Use the tools of CD2 to keep your mind in the right focus.
Real Now: you'll be looking at a photo of the animal whilst using your senses to stay present. This presence gives you a calm, confident feeling, and your focus being on the animal will allow you to pick up the feelings easily.
Imagination Now: special place, again using your senses and inviting the animal in allows you to keep the focus predominantly on the animal. Same with Flow Writing, using the animal's voice in your mind and writing as if you're the animal.
You have to recognize when your mind starts thinking and bringing your attention back into you. When you start thinking in a doubtful way, this is the time to use the techniques. => use your senses to calm your mind.
Feeling focused: another tool that allows you to keep your focus on the animal. You ask, and believe you didn't get a feeling back. You can stay with the animal and plug that feeling out, or you can go back to you and your doubts. At that point where you believe you have not gotten a feeling, rather than thinking "I didn't get a feeling", say to yourself "This need my feeling focused" and with that you hold the feeling even tough you don't believe you've got it, by saying to yourself "Hmm, how can I best describe that feeling?". When you ask that, your attention is still on the feelings of the animal. It also allows you to get more detail from the animal.
Another tip for keeping the flow of communication going is the use of little words such as: when, why, how, where.
A message from Sunday
The glass is both half full and half empty. There is something more important than right and wrong. If you're focused on right & wrong = you're in a state of thinking, not focused on the animal, and the communication is not gonna be as accurate. Write down every little feeling you get that and then share that information with the human.
You need the name & sex of the animal, and the name of the human related to the animal. Quiet your own mind before any communication.
Noctis, male dog, Anaïs.
Un grand coussin/pouf rouge apparaît, l'herbe augmente, des jouets pour chien. Entre vite, saute sur le pouf, joue, n'a pas peur.
Feels physically fine. When he runs, he feels joyful and free. When he gets up from sleeping, a bit groggy and slower than usual.
Loves to play, run, hide, play jokes. He likes to manifest his joy by barking. What do you find fun? playing catch, être gratté sur le entre, courrir.
See ther dogs as play mates (mais pas trs bien reçu). Ok with people. Likes/wants to play with kids.
Anaïs : love and admiration, wanting to be with her.
Une petite allée qui conduit vers la maison, une cour arrière et des prairies Maison non mitoyenne ou d'un seul côté peut courir autour de la maison
vis avec des chats, aimerait parfois ouer avec mais ce n'est pas au goût des chats; aussi en contact avec des chevaux, plus calme là qu'avec les chats ou les chiens
Que manges-tu ? Des croquettes et de l'herbe.
Trois humains autour de lui, peut-être quatre.
Aimerait un peu plus de chaleur (physique), mais est heureux.
A un panier où il peut se rouler en boule mais dort aussi sur le lit.
Son humaine mange des céréales, et il a détruit ses chaussures rouges.
Agrees to see it like a game.
Physically: Sore in a left leg. Happened a few hours ago. It doesn't hurt too much and he still wants to play.
After eating: full and sleepy. Happy full and sleepy.
When running: extatic, free.
Character: He seeks attention, likes to play and run, play/chew with toys, nice and loyal.
For fun: Rolling in the snow, catching the ball.
With other dogs: A bit weary sometimes; confused between wanting to play and not wanting to be rejected.
With people: calmer around men, plus sur ses gardes ou attention Ã son comportement; more relaxed with women; playful around kids, moves a lot more, excited.
Where does he like to be scratched or stroked: On top of the head; on the belly; around the ears.
AnaÃ¯s: Profond attachement, like yearning.
Message: That he loves her and is grateful.
Something only they know: He eats the snow.
Endroit oÃ¹ il vit: Lives in a big place. He has space. That feels free. BarriÃ¨res colorÃ©es.
Feeling he's growing a bit impatient.
Physically, I feel fine and I want to move and I don't want to sit still. When I run I physically feel like I am free to do what I want and I feel the wind on my skin. After eating I physically feel sleepy and I don't want to move.
Emotionally I feel and my character is Emotionally I feel a bit tired and my character is impatient, sociable, playful, not listening like a toddler, running around, playing jokes on people.
When I am with other dogs, I feel like it's a party and I want to jump. When I am around men I feel... (nothing) When I am around women it makes me feel okay to be myself and silly. When I am around children I feel comfy and intrigued and curious and very attentive to what they're doing.
When I am around AnaÃ¯s it makes me feel warm and comfortable and it's okay to let my guard down.
You can help me with this communication to be a better dog(?); To build a better world.
I am living in a big house and there's cats outside; I sleep on the sofa when the humans watch TV and I sleep on the bed too. It's much more comfortable than the floor! My message for my human is to be herself. I like eating - well, whatever you want to give me, I like eating. For fun, I like jumping and breaking things.
Share the results of your communication with the animal's human carer so that they can tell you what is correct. In the workshops, one person tells the other all she/he has written down and the other one (the carer of the animal) writes in a list all that is correct (and only what is accurate). After, the carer of the animal will then give verbal feedback on everything that came up.
That helps you build your confidence. Do everything at your own pace; you don't need to be pushed to do anything you don't feel capable of (like if the carer wants to ask you a lot of other questions).
Working with your own animals
Build up your confidence with other people's animals, then you can use CD3 with your own animals.
One of the best gifts we can give our animals is to be present with them. Not asking them big questions, but sharing quiet, calm space together. We can spend a lot of time with our animals physically, but are we really there for them (or are we thinking about a lot of different things)?
When your animal is in a fearful state, that's the time to show them how to be calm. If your feeling of calm is stronger than their feeling of stress, they will follow you naturally. The strongest feeling is the teacher.
Explain your intentions beforehand (like before training, explain in your mind what you want your animal to do and how you'd both like to feel about that; same with breaking in horses, explaining them before is a better way). The clearer you are with your feeling going out the easier it's gonna be to pick up feelings coming back. Keep it real; realize you don't have to ask crazy, silly questions all the time just because you have the tool to do that. Remember: One of the most important things or bigger gifts you can give your animal is being present with them, and let the communication flow naturally for you both.
The more you practice, the better you become.
ACT1 constantly changing as we're learning more --> workshop.
ACT2 is not a workshop or a course but more of a path to become an insured animal communicator.