What if we could talk to animals, help them understand our intentions, or have them help us to understand them? It turns out, we can, and there is one woman who is making her rounds assisting animals with different types of communication. Anna Breytenbach has been a professional animal communicator for over 14 years and spends her days working with lions, cheetahs, wolves, baboons, elephants and many other animals in education and rehabilitation programs. According to her website,
“Human and animal communication creates a valuable bridge between human and non-human animals. By connecting with our intuition, we can engage in meaningful dialogue and remember how to hear the subtle messages from those whose space we share in our lives and our natural environment. Coming from a place of respect and reverence for all life, we can learn to understand our wilder relatives, honour their truths and live in greater harmony.”
Anna working with baboons in Cape Point, South Africa
There is one beautiful black leopard in particular which has drawn a lot of attention to her work. Residing at Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary in South Africa, is Spirit, formerly known as Diablo. Spirit was rescued from a European zoo where he was abused and mistreated. Upon arrival, he was angry, violent, and wouldn’t let anyone near him. The owners of Jukani, Jurg and Karen Olsen, had exhausted all other options to help Spirit and decided to reach out to Anna. The following video shows the incredible transformation from Diablo to Spirit, with the assistance of animal communication.
Great news! If you wanted an update on Spirit or the cubs mentioned in the previous documentary, this video has that information for you.
I have always been interested in being able to communicate with animals, as well as humans, telepathically. There is a basic energy exchange that occurs in relaying information. Being receptive to the thoughts and feelings of others (animals and humans alike) boils down to intention- both from the heart and from the mind. I think we can all talk with animals, it’s just that most of us have forgotten how.
But at one point, we were children connected with nature and our intuitive abilities, and we perceived things in a non-physical manner. Re-learning those traits is imperative to us and to the animals on this planet. For more information on animal communication or if you want to know where to look for a starting point, check out Anna’s resources page which contains lots of useful information.
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Written by Raven Fon