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Mission Statement

The mission of Ask Your Animals is to expand mutual understanding and enhance relationships between animals and humans by improving the effectiveness of their communication.

By providing tools for effective two-way communication we strive to create more harmonious, productive and rewarding partnerships.

Through workshops, private consultations, and print material, we seek to increase public awareness of inter-species telepathic communication as a valuable, and reputable tool to monitor and support the health and well being of our animals.

Operating with compassion, integrity, and professionalism, we seek to be a voice for the animals in a world where they are often misunderstood.

Our goal is to promote responsible stewardship and improve the overall quality of life for the animals with which we share this Earth.

Ask Your Animals - Professional Animal Communication with Marjorie Lewis, Animal Communicator

Ask Your Animals - Animal Communication with Marjorie Lewis

As animal lovers, we have all wondered at times what motivates our animal companions.  Whether they are family pets, working animals, wild creatures or performance athletes, we wonder what’s on their minds.

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Why do they behave in that particular manner?
What makes them afraid?
What causes that aggressive behavior?
Why won’t they eat that food?
Why don’t they get along together?
What causes that lameness?
How can I change this situation?
Can I help my pet feel safe and happy?

Our lack of understanding can be a source of stress and frustration for both parties.  Clear and accurate mutual communication can be the key to resolving these issues.

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A consultation with Marjorie Lewis, Professional Animal Communicator of Ask Your Animals, can lead you and your animal companions to new levels of understanding and more harmonious relationships.

During an animal communication session Marjorie is able to tune in to your pet using her intuitive and telepathic skills.  You may be familiar with the terms; Pet Psychic, Pet Medium or Horse Whisperer.  These terms have recently become popular in our print and TV media and have a wide range of connotations depending on who you ask.  Marjorie believes that the term Animal Communicator best describes the way that she works. 

Pet Psychic?  Pet Medium?  Horse Whisperer?

During a consultation Marjorie acts much like a translator would for a foreign language speaker or a sign language interpreter for the deaf.  With her skills in both verbal and non-verbal language, she is able to relay a broad range of information back and forth between human and animal and create a greater understanding for both of their unique perspectives.

How does animal communication work?

Animal communication, or inter-species telepathic communication, is the process of transferring thoughts, images and feelings from one party to another using extrasensory perception.  Animals are able to relay a surprising depth and variety of information about themselves and their environment, including physical sensations, emotions and perceptions. 

The transfer of information using telepathy is like the sound and picture waves generated by telephone, radio and television transmitters.  You can’t see or feel them, yet they surround us all of the time and can be accessed in an instant when we tune to the right channel.

Accessing this telepathic field is a skill that comes naturally to all animals, including the human animal.  We as humans, with thousands of years of verbal language orientation, have largely forgotten this skill.  Animals, however, remain strongly connected and are skilled telepathic communicators.

Misunderstandings frequently arise between humans and animals because we do not “hear” one another accurately. Our animals are broadcasting their needs and we are not tuned in to their channel. 

When and why is animal communication used?

All of the relationships that we form in our lives can be a great source of strength and healing for us.  When out of harmony, they can also become a source of stress.  The relationships that we form with our animals are really no different.  Our animals bring us joy and comfort, unconditional love and acceptance; they ground us and enrich our lives.  For many people, the connection with their pets constitutes their primary and sometimes most enduring relationship.  Yet the ease and joy of this relationship can become disrupted when the pet begins to exhibit behavior issues, health concerns or conflicts with family members.

All of us, our animals included, experience our environment in very different ways because our experiences are all filtered by our past.  Conflicts and misunderstandings can arise when our animals are seeing a situation from a very different perspective than we are.  Communication can be the key to resolving these conflicts.  I am often amazed at the transformations that take place when the parties understand each others point of view.

A communication session can be a helpful catalyst for change in many situations and with all types of animals: Dogs, Cats, Horses and Wild Animals

For Dogs:

  • Are you frustrated by a behavior or training issue? You can clarify your goals and expectations for your dog and avoid misunderstandings. Our animals do not always understand what we are trying to achieve.
  • Is your dog acting out after a recent change in the household?  Perhaps he is feeling uncertain after the changes.  You can help them to relax and feel safe with new situations.
  • When your dog is feeling anxious about an upcoming event; a move, a trip to the vet, a vacation, the arrival of a new family member, you can alleviate their anxiety by explaining the details of the upcoming event and how it will affect them.  Dogs feel safer when they know what to expect.
  • Has your dog developed bad behavior out of boredom and lack of purpose?  You can discover what activities truly engage them and define for them a “job” in your family.  On their own, they may chose activities that you don’t care for.
  • Have you noticed physical changes in your dog? Has he lost weight or stopped playing with his toys?  Dogs can share quite detailed information about how they are feeling physically and emotionally.

For Cats:

  • CatinSunHas your cat recently changed her litter box habits?  Find out directly from her why she made the change.
  • Are you having difficulty introducing a new cat to the household?  Help ease the transition by addressing the needs of each pet involved.
  • Find out what activities interest your cat so you can enrich their environment with the toys and activities they enjoy most.
  • Do you have a cat that is coping with chronic illness?  Monitor their wellbeing and get feedback from them about the treatments you are using.
  • When the treatments are no longer working, ask your cat when he is ready to cross over and if he would like help.  Animals have much less fear about dying than people do, and they are quite frank about their wishes.

For Horses:

  • When your horse suddenly has trouble performing certain movements you can ask about the cause.  Is the saddle uneven on his back?  Is the rider having trouble releasing tension? 
  • When lameness develops, your horse can share specific information about the location and quality of the pain. Horses are very self-aware and tuned into even the smallest details.
  • Animal Communication and TeamworkYour horse repeatedly refuses at a certain jump.  Find out why.  Is it the jump itself, a pain in his shoulder or inadvertent signals from the rider?
  • Find out how to ease the anxiety of a horse that is being transported for competition.  Some horses have very specific preferences for which side of the trailer they ride on.  Telling them what to expect can make air travel less stressful.
  • Have you noticed your horse looking lethargic after the loss of a pasture mate?  Understanding why their friend left helps them to recover more quickly.
  • Horses frequently share detailed information about their environment; diet, tack, type of work, effectiveness of the rider and shoeing.
  • Your horse is having trouble mastering the art of dressage.  Through communication you discover his true vocation and he turns out to be a fabulous jumper.

For Wild Animals:

  • Living in captivity can be very stressful for wild animals.  Find out what things in their environment feel positive to them and which ones don’t so you can create a healthier habitat.
  • There are many things around us each day that we never even notice.  Sometimes the smallest or oddest things like a reflection on glass are the ones that cause stress to a wild animal.
  • Diagnosing pain or illness in a wild animal can be very difficult.  Their instinct tells them to hide all signs of weakness. Animal communication can help to pinpoint physical discomfort.

Our animals are eager to share their perspective on life.  A private phone consultation with Marjorie can start you on the road to better understanding and richer relationships with your animal companions.  Please see our Consultations page for more information and schedule your appointment today.