My work is just as effective communicating with wild animals as with companion or domesticated animals.
- A flock of pigeons who had set up a nesting headquarters on an apartment balcony in Japan left the day after I communicated with them.
- A family of javelinas bedded down in the backyard of a Sedona client’s home for 3 long months left the day I communicated with them.
- A single rat who took up residence in my client’s Houston office space for several weeks was never seen again after two short sessions.
- A hawk who was picking off my Sedona client’s free-roaming chickens flew away and never came back the day I communicated with him.
- A colony of ants who were marching single file across my client’s house in Washington State turned around and went back outside the day after I communicated with them.
In every case, after a telepathic communication session, the wild animals honored the human’s request and left. They all had their stories for why they had moved into human territory. And while some were more stubborn than others, they all realized they were in the wrong space and left right after I communicated with them.
It’s really amazing, no? You can imagine why a person’s dog or cat or horse would respond to telepathic communication and change. They get food from us or approval. But wild animals? Their motivation to cooperate with a human asking for a favor is not as obvious.
The fascinating part for me is feeling their consciousness—it is different. To me it feels more silent, more expansive, and more still than the companion animals I most often connect with. It’s as if I can feel the spaciousness of the natural world that they rest on. That’s a whole topic there …
So how do I get wild animals to understand and cooperate?
The short answer? . This is what I am really skilled in—what I do in consultations and teach in my courses. The story “Jen and the Hawk” is especially interesting and illustrates this well.
Jen and the Hawk
Jen Marie, owner of Chocolatree, a local raw foods restaurant, is one of my favorite local clients in Sedona. She has a home out on a hillside with all kinds of animals—chickens, goats, ducks, dogs, pigs, and even wild animals who make frequent appearances on her land.
She hired me a while back to help solve a problem for her chickens. They are free-roaming chickens with an open pen, and several of the animals on her property had decided a chicken might make a nice snack every now and then.
One of these animals was a hawk who had become a daily visitor for about a month. He had been hanging out up in a tree and “helping himself to the buffet,” as Jen put it.
Jen understands that we are all part of the food chain, and though she herself is a vegetarian, she respects these laws of Nature and sees them as sacred.
Nonetheless, she wanted to create an oasis from this on her property; a place where all the animals could live in harmony and get to know each other as fellow beings across species lines, apart from the food chain.
In the session I connected telepathically with this hawk Jen had seen on her land. At first I could feel the hawk’s surprise. He sent the feeling, “A human? Telepathing with me? This is strange.”
But after a minute or so he showed a curiosity to hear what I had to say. So I asked him, “Would you be willing to find your food somewhere else?”
In response, he sent the thought that he doesn’t see any reason he should cooperate with us. He specifically sent, “I will do what I need to do.”
I responded, “Well, it could be dangerous for you. Humans are very clever and will set traps and such, it could be lethal for you. Jen and her husband Kelly are peaceful people, but they might not continue this approach if you keep killing their chickens. They would prefer to respect you and ask you to stop peacefully. They kindly ask you to stop eating their chickens.”
He seemed nonplussed. He sent the thought, “they are there, I am going to eat them.”
So I continued with another approach, “What about the mice and other birds? You need to do your part to keep things balanced in Nature. Jen’s birds are not part of the wild web of life—your world. They belong to humans and live in civilization—this is a separate world from you and the rules are different. The food chain rules don’t apply here. These chickens are her friends.”
He was listening. I could feel him taking in what I was saying.
I continued, “These chickens can’t fight back or protect themselves as prey animals in your world can. I am trying to appeal to your sense of fairness and order as an animal who is a predator in the web of life. You have an important role in the realm of Nature, and by eating Jen’s chickens you are stepping outside of where you are meant to be.”
Then I could feel something click in him. It was as if he got it, he realized this situation is something else, something outside of his world.
I told Jen, “He is considering this.” Then Jen said, “We are happy to put out an offering of seeds or anything if that will help, but we will protect our homestead.”
He responded by sending me the thought, “No there is no need for that. It is a kind offer, but I prefer chickens, I prefer to eat meat. That’s my job. It is my job to cull the weak.” A moment later, he showed me his new awareness, it was something like, “Oh ok, these chickens are not weak and stupid, they are part of some other organization or system that I do not quite understand. They are not mine to eat.”
It was as if the hawk had had an epiphany and he realized the inappropriateness of his actions now.
I then asked him, “Mr. Hawk what would you need to just fly away and hunt animals in the web of life?”
He responded with an image of him flying away.
I told Jen, “Something in him has shifted.”
She shared with me a few months later that they never saw that hawk, or any hawk, again after the day we communicated.