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Symbols, Symbols, oh... Symbols.

Hi. Everyone.

I’m Keiko. I’m a soul level animal communicator®.

I have an opportunity to write a letter to the students who are learning animal communication. I thought people who read my blog would be interested to know about symbols too.


Dear Student,

When I first started to learn AC, I didn't know what I was doing. Even though I felt something, I kept telling myself that it was nothing, and I discarded it. I thought that the way of receiving info should be a certain way. But when you practice enough, the same symbols started to show up. You just need a little courage to tell the client what you have received. The animal uses everything that you know, have heard, and experienced in your life to help you understand what they are saying. You are like a little library for the animal to use.

Will the thing that you received from the animal remind you of something that you have experienced before? Something you once saw and have a feeling associated with it?

My first symbol was a big bow tied around the neck of the animal.

small dog with blue bow
animal communication-small dog

At first, I couldn't understand the meaning. But it was consistent. I started to get the feeling from this bow. For me, the meaning was that everybody around the animal thought she was beautiful and was telling her all the time — and that she knew how beautiful she was.

But I want to remind you that the meaning of the symbol is different for each person. If two people saw the same symbol, they would perceive it differently (different people, different characteristics, different life experiences, etc.), and it doesn't mean that they will come to the same conclusion.

Also, the symbol that you received doesn't have to make sense to you. All you need to do is pass that info to the client who is the only one who can make sense of it. But to get to this point, you really need the courage to speak up. You think many things like, "What if it doesn't make sense to the client?" and "What if it was wrong info?" Keep in mind, you are learning how to communicate with animals. Don't worry about what-ifs. Because until you tell the client what you have received, you will never know what is right or wrong or what it means. And remember, the animal brought you here — and is with you every step of the way.

Love and Peace



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