Interview With Pet Talker Jane Summers
Floppycats.com asked Jane Summers, a pet talker, to answer some questions we had about animal communication as well as questions about her services. Thank you, Jane for the interview.
Jane Summers is located in the UK can be reached through her website: www.talktotheanimals.co.uk
Answers are Copyright of Jane Summers.
1. How long have you been communicating with animals?
In the manner in which I work as a professional animal communicator, 7 years. Prior to this, I would communicate with animals unaware if truly receiving their responses, or that ability could be refined.
2. How does one communicate with animals?
Basically, it is learning – ‘re-learning’, as such, as animal communication (AC) is an innate ability – how to quieten ones mind so to pick up on the responses, intuitively, an animal conveys – & which is how telepathy ‘works’.
Each individual receives intuitive information in a slightly different way to another. Some intuitively receive images, others words/phrases, or, information may come across laterally by way of metaphors or analogies. It is learning to recognise how you personally ‘register’ intuitive information best & most clearly, & then practicing & practicing & trusting the information received. Books & courses on AC are available worldwide to assist anyone looking to refine their own abilities.
3. Can you share with us, one of your favorite animal communication stories? How it impacted the owner or the animal or both?
One of my favourite stories illustrated to me how AC can come across in various ways. I feel too it reinforces to anyone doubting what information they get, to trust what is coming across, however irrelevant or bizarre it may sometimes appear at the time.
I was asked to communicate with an anatolian shepherd dog, a large breed of dog, as to the connection he & his person had between them in this lifetime. What the dog conveyed to me was a sense of silence, of which I could not initially understand at all. There seemed to be some sort of sensory impairment conveyed along with this feeling & in consequence I felt drawn to asking the dog ‘can you hear?’
On acknowledging the dog could indeed hear normally, I caught myself doubting the intuitive information I had been receiving. So curious did this seem to me at the time, I was almost inclined to omit relaying this piece of information to the dogs person. Yet I knew I had to do so as a matter of professionalism. And so did. To my intrigue, the man responded with delight at being told this; confirming, that, several years earlier he had suffered an acoustic neuroma & in consequence could no longer hear at all from his left side.
4. Do you prefer to communicate with younger or older animals?
I enjoy communicating with animals of all ages, though older animals, as with people, frequently convey more developed personality traits, which can be especially interesting.
5. Do you prefer to communicate with a certain type of animal? I mean, do you do better with cats, dogs, horses? Do you even talk to reptiles?
I don’t have any preference over one type or other. Each is as interesting as another. Animal communication is also known as Interspecies telepathic communication, & so yes, this includes reptiles too!
6. How do your services work? Do you come to my home? Do I bring my pet to you? Do you communicate LIVE over the phone or in person?
As curious as it may sound, I work best from an animals photograph. Telepathy has no limits distance wise & is just as effective if the animal is a few feet away or on the other side of the world.
As a telepathic connection is made by focusing on & ‘tuning in’ to the individual concerned – by having a specific photograph of the particular individual, it is actually a perfect way to work.
It also ensures I can concentrate in a completely focused way, undisturbed by any other distractions which may occur if with other people/animals at the same time.
I ask the animals person to submit to me the main questions they wish to ask & after making the session will then type the full AC up as a transcript. This reads like a conversation between two individuals (the animal & the communicator) & also details the animals emotions & feelings at certain points when particular issues are raised. The completed transcript is then mailed to the animals person. My exception to typing a transcript, is with ‘lost’ animal cases, whereby, as a matter of immediacy to relay information,the AC is read over the phone to the animals person.
7. What do you charge for your services? Do you have a package deal?
My charges are detailed on my web site: www.talktotheanimals.co.uk
8. Why do you think animal communication is valuable?
So to better understand a loved animal companions needs, desires & views. And to strengthen the bond between animals & people.
Importantly too, so we may learn from our animal friends – So many human issues are highlighted by the behaviour of an animal companion, yet can go un-noticed without awareness of this. AC can also then help people better understand themselves through their animals.
9. Do you think if a vet would incorporate animal communication into their practice it would be helpful?
Yes, I do. A number of vets thankfully are now doing so too.
10. Are you able to communicate with an animal in the after life? How does that work?
As incredible as it may sound – yes. It is just as possible to communicate with an animal that has passed over. Validations on communication sessions made, both by myself & with other communicators have confirmed this time & again.
Although it is a debatable subject as to ‘just how’ such a thing is possible, my understanding is that an individuals consciousness – or what may be termed their spirit or essence of their individuality (whether animal or person) still remains, despite an individuals body ceasing to be physically alive.
Telepathic communication is ‘mind to mind’ connection, & so whether a mind/consciousness/spirit is with a physical body or not, it will still occur.
Jane Summers: Bio
Jane Summers is a professional animal communicator based in England, UK.
Working remotely from photographs, her transcripted telepathic sessions with animals, include clients worldwide requesting assistance in better understanding their animal companions.
With an ongoing interest in the nature of consciousness in all forms of life, additionally, Jane is a qualified energy healer with The Healing Trust (MNFSH), trained in Usui Reiki & Matrix Energetics Levels I & II.
She encourages others to realise & practice their own AC abilities & can be contacted via www.talktotheanimals.co.uk
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