A Big-Hearted Bully with Telepathic Abilities

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From SelfGrowth.com: Telepathic Communication With Animals By Nedda Wittels

“Today can be your moment to awaken to the idea that the animals who live with you are more than child substitutes, more than “pets” kept for our amusement or our personal companionship. All animals are, in fact, sentient beings – conscious and intelligent, with life purposes and goals. They are aware of themselves and of their situations. They are capable of feeling the entire range of emotions we so arrogantly have labeled “human.” They make life choices. They often express unconditional love for the humans who are part of their families.”

Telepathic communication with animals may not be commonly talked about by the masses but it is practiced unconsciously in our everyday interactions with our family pets. I do believe our loyal non-verbal animals are superior to us. Has your pet ever curled up near you when you were feeling down as if to say, “I don’t know what’s going on, but I’m here.”  When you’re angry and yelling at the top of your lungs, does your loving companion run off and hide? These are some simple examples of how your animals communicate with you on a regular basis. It is amazingly bizarre how animals are connected to our emotions in a super natural way that we are not capable of fully understanding.

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Best day of my life: July 7, 2011. When I welcomed Rojo into my little world!

Our animals bond with us using their entire heart and mind. My perfect adoptive “son” Rojo and I have a bond that no human friend can ever top. Rojo knows when I’ve had a good day and reciprocates by wagging his tail uncontrollably, demonstrating his playful character. When I am sick, he stays by my side and can chill all day right next to me. One curious behavior I witnessed that leads me to write about this topic happened when I was going through a dark period. The day came when I was hit with a ton of bricks and that night when I arrived home, Rojo met me right outside his doghouse, which was unusual.  I parked my car and walked towards him. He approached submissively with his tail wagging shyly toward the side. I sat down on the pavement and he climbed onto my lap and licked the tears from my face. That moment, as difficult as it was, was really special because I understood that even when the whole world gave up on me, Rojo accepted me and helped me recover from my worst.

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Rojo sporting his Dodger jersey on opening day 2012!

The emotional exchange of energy, thoughts, feelings and images are what we refer to as the sixth sense.  Our little friends aren’t psychics but they attain an ability to sense our emotions. It’s commonly said that 90% of human communication is nonverbal and only 10% is verbal. Humans and animals have a complex language of facial expressions, body posture, and vocalizations that promote bonding and speak a large amount about our mood and drive.

In early history, dogs learned to decode nonverbal human language. The better they anticipated our thoughts and feelings, the more they were rewarded with food, shelter, and affection. A cat’s social bonding is quite different,  we all know cats are less socially involved compared to dogs. Regardless, cats adapted to humans just like dogs.  Over the centuries, our animal companions have adjusted remarkably well with us, as described thoroughly in Survival of the Fittest a theory studied by Charles Darwin.

Every dog lover has heard of Cesar Millan and can agree that his training is owner focused, teaching them how to take responsibility for what they communicate to the dog. In one of Milan’s books, Cesar’s Rules he talks about a visit he made to the Pine Street Foundation that researches cancer detection dogs. Before I get out of context, I just want to point out that this foundation does not train the dogs to smell cancer because they already know how to. What Pine Street taught the dogs was how to tell us that they smell cancer. This dynamic is fascinating. It’s really about training ourselves how to recognize and utilize the miraculous instincts and abilities that dogs possess because, in reality, dogs have always had much more to teach us than we to teach them.

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Rojo is a gentle giant who plays light as a feather

How did Rojo know I was coming home feeling upset? How did Rojo know exactly what to do to help me feel better? Did he sniff my sad mood before my arrival? Could it be that Rojo telepathically picks up my feelings? I have so many questions and I will probably never know the answers to, but that moment he was there for me and it just all made sense. I am convinced that looking past our flaws, our companions communicate telepathically.

Has your pet ever exhibited have telepathic abilities? Share your story in the comments section below!