Sometimes we come across someone in our same field whose unique talent may appear to somehow eclipse our own special and unique ability, as if their particular skill in some way diminishes the rest of our collective skills, or that they are somehow “more gifted” than the rest of us. This is NEVER the case, as long as you are confident of who you are and what you have to offer the world. No one communicator is the same, nor does anyone receive information the same way either.
In a conversation with another animal communicator recently, he noted that while sitting in a vet hospital waiting room, he heard a dog tell him exactly what was wrong with him before he went in to see the vet. Long story short, he was exactly right, and in great detail. He’s been finding that when he hears these things from animals, he will try to alert their human who, if willing to listen, just may be able to avert a serious illness, or even death, if they act right away on what the animals share through him.
TRULY AMAZING! I am genuinely impressed and moved by his particular and special knack for what the animals tell him.
But there are many ways to serve animals and the world by way of communicating with them. As an animal communicator myself, I do not generally receive such pertinent or specific health-related input like he does when I connect with animals. So does this mean he’s got something “better” than I do? Is he “more gifted” than the rest of us?
No one stands above another in this work. We all have different strengths and capabilities within the same field. My own strength lies in receiving messages from animals that are, generally, of a very high order. The spiritual part of them excels, it seems, when I am used as their conduit. They share their deeper reasons for doing what they do, or for why they were called back into spirit (if they have already passed over), or why they have really left home when they go missing. They are aware of their spiritual heritage, so to speak, and are not afraid to reference past lives or experiences to make their arguments for why they do what they do in their current form. Many communicators say they never get such distinct and detailed input from animals on those levels, ever. And I write it all down, word for word, now having acquired literally volumes of written material to share what they have said to us.
So, each one of us holds unique and one-of-a-kind sensitivities for animals and bring something special to their table and to the world. There are multitudes of ways to be of service to them. My belief is that the animals, and spirit, utilize our individualized personal strengths as they communicate through us, all of which are special and different. If we all received information the same way—and always the same thing—there would be no diversity within our field, nor need for any other empaths and mediums who are also of great service to them. I also believe that the animals that need our unique brand of personal gifts always seem to find those of us that can connect with them in the way they need to be heard.
Animals need us in different ways and call on us as such. Just be confident of your own unique strengths, and the animals that need you will find you.