Interview with Marta Williams by email July 2008 

·  Is intuitive communication with animals real and how can you tell?

Yes it is real. I have a scientific background so I had to prove it to myself. The way I did that was to talk with an animal and then check with the animal’s person to see if the information I got was accurate. After doing a number of experiments I became convinced of the authenticity of this ability. An example: I got information intuitively from a horse that her best friend was a grey kitten who slept in the stall with her and that turned out to be true. This is an uncommon best friend for a horse!

·  How does it work?

We all have the ability to send and receive mental and emotional messages with each other and with animals. We used to do it as kids, but most of us have forgotten that. The physicists studying this phenomenon say that this ability is a function of the energetic connection we have to each other and to everything in the universe. Our intention to be able talk to an animal, be understood, and hear information back from that animal is the essential ingredient that makes intuitive communication possible. You can talk to your animals out loud, think thoughts to them, or mentally send them feelings and images and they will receive the information. To receive back you may get information in any of those forms as well. It is much easier for us to send than receive. But with practice everyone can do this.

·  Can animals really understand us?

I am sure they can understand us whether we talk out loud, think thoughts to them, or send them a feeling or a mental picture. That’s why I say you have no secrets from your animals. Look at how well animals can judge someone’s character and how an otherwise friendly animal might relate aggressively to a person who then turns out to be a bad apple. Animals just know if a person is goodhearted or not. They can read that intuitively. People who love animals like myself find that animals gravitate to them. I frequently find that animals who are shy or scared of people will come up to me and make friends right away. That’s because they can see what a pushover I am!

·  Are animals as intelligent as we are? Do they have feelings like we do?

I believe that animals have an intelligence and have emotions equivalent to humans. Look at all the incredible stories of dogs finding their way home across the country or dogs saving their owners from dire straights. Most animal people know that animals are highly intelligent and that they have the same emotions we do. Two good books on this subject are When Elephants Weep and The Emotional Lives of Animals. There is a funny quote from Douglas Adams’ book Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy about that. It goes,

  “Man had always assumed that he was more intelligent than dolphins because he had achieved so much - the wheel, New York, wars and so on - whilst all the dolphins had ever done was muck about in the water having a good time. But conversely, the dolphins had always believed that they were far more intelligent than man - for precisely the same reasons. “

·  What are some ways that people could use this skill with their animals?

It can help with improving relationships and finding out what your animal wants and needs.

·  Don’t you have to be able to see the animal to talk with it?

No, you can do this from any distance as you are connecting emotionally and mentally. It is a great thing to do with your animals when you are away on holiday.

·  How can people communicate intuitively with their animals?

I explain the process in my book and give people exercises to try. The key to success is to practice.

·  Can people actually hear their animals talking?

Some people actually do hear words or phrases in their mind. It can sound like you talking to yourself. It’s important you are able to verify what an animal tells you. To do this it helps to work with animals you don’t know, ask verifiable questions and then check with the animal’s person.

·  Do you have some examples of how animals were helped using communication?

There are lots of examples in my book. Especially shelter animals who were helped to find a home and find the right person after talking with communicators.

·  What do you cover in your book, Ask Your Animal? Does it teach people how to do this?

My new book, Ask Your Animal: Resolving Behavioral Issues Through Intuitive Communication is a comprehensive guide to how to use intuitive communication to resolve problems and create the best possible relationship between you and your animals. In the book I have included tips on how to use intuitive communication to change bad behaviors, help your animals to get along better, and get closer to your animals. I also included a chapter on using intuitive communication with shelter animals and animals in crisis, when trying to find lost animals, and when dealing with the death of your animal. The final chapter of the book offers practical uses of intuition when interacting with wild animals and nature.

·  Have you always been able to talk with animals?

Like everyone else in the world, I used to think of intuitive communication as science fiction. Then I learned of someone who actually taught the skill. I took a class and became fascinated by the field. I have a scientific background so I had to prove to myself that the ability was real. The way I did that was to talk with an animal and then check with the animal’s person to see if the information I got was accurate. After doing a number of experiments I became convinced of the authenticity of this ability. An example: I got information intuitively from a horse that her best friend was a grey kitten who slept in the stall with her and that turned out to be true. This is an uncommon best friend for a horse! I became so intrigued with this field that I now work full-time as an animal communicator. I’ve written two other books on the subject, Learning Their Language and Beyond Words, and I travel around the world teaching people how to do this.

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