When Animals Talk

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Do you know what the animals are trying to tell us?

May 3, 2010 \"Conscious Lifestyles\" Radio Show

On “Conscious Lifestyles” Radio on WGCH this past week, on Monday, May 3rd, I interviewed Charles Peden, an Animal Communicator and “People” Communicator about animals and how to talk to them and really hear what they are trying to tell us.

Getting to a place where you are using your intuitive muscle, and allowing the subtle messages to be felt physically in your body as well
as learning to read the sensitive language of an animal is a great gift to the animal companions in your life…. and really, to the world…. because you are going to want to protect both wild and domestic, and farm animals from exploitation, abuse, and harm when you see how intelligent, curious, and beloved they are…. each with his or her own personality, just like a person– totally unique!


Charles Peden and I talked about HOW to get to such a place where you can receive the subtle, yet very direct messages from animals.

I know that for me, Kung Fu is one way to get to that higher level of spiritual reality, as well as Prayer, Mediation, watching the sun rise and sun set, being in nature, Poetry…. it could also be walking in the woods, Music, Gardening, Yoga, or rescuing animals….

But when you are assembling your “team” of specialists for your animal family, you need to also include a QUALIFIED Animal Communicator in this team to help you understand your Fur Kids during all the stages of their lives.

Check out Charles Peden’s website to learn more about communicating with your family’s best friend: www.charlespeden.com, Animal Communication

Charles touched on being careful in selecting a qualified, honorable Animal Communicator. He warned that anyone who requests a photograph ahead of time is a sign that they are not totally in touch with the animal in a truthful way to the Guardian and should be avoided.

Charles also talked about one of the most heart wrenching subjects for all Guardians when he talked about death and dying. He reassured us that animals do not fear death the way the human [particularly ‘Western’] mind has been conditioned to fear this most natural of transitions into the spiritual world.

When my beloved best friend died I saw a vision of a bird flying. Now, whenever I think of her a bird flies over head, and I feel her presence…. I know she flies free from a body that was injured from bad doctors and toxic vaccines [another show for the future] that injured her immune system and damaged her Kidneys. Her spirit is free, and I believe in Heaven, so I know I will see her again HEALTHY and in perfect form.

I am grateful to the amazing Animal Communicators who have helped me with all sorts of questions I have for my animals, both living and passed on, and I continue to use this spiritual level of communication as an important component to the health and well being of my family.
WGCH Archives for Conscious Lifestyles

My ‘Notable Quotable’ for this show:

“Hunting is not a sport. In a sport, both sides should know they’re in the game.”
—- Paul Rodriguez

Very true. Now, let’s get our elected, overpaid, ‘asleep at the wheel’ Government officials to take action on this very concept of preserving all life and put an immediate END to all Hunting.

Hiking in the woods should be a SAFE activity for everyone!


The natural world is threatened by shortsighted greed and corruption. The majority of people in this world want our natural resources and all of nature to be preserved for all to enjoy. Amen.

In loving memory of Gabriel, Fur Child, Brandy, Chiquita, and all of the animals who now fly free. I will see you again.

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  1. Awsome pictures, really like it. 🙂


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