I’ve just watched the most incredible film about communicating with animals. The message it brings us is so deep. I feel that Anna Breytenbach, a highly skilled telepathic inter-species communicator, holds an important key to the evolution of humanity and this planet. Anna understands the trauma experienced by the animals in the documentary in a way that I have never seen before; transforming a deadly growling black leopard into a peaceful cat; having wild baboons groom her hair; experiencing fish swimming right up to her in a river; wild birds landing on her shoulder and more.
It’s all about the vibration! So what does this mean for us?
It’s no secret that the human race as a whole has lost something incredibly sacred and divine; the ability to communicate soul to soul with absolute authenticity. We have lost the ability to permeate through the veil of illusion and connect with what is really real. If people are able to openly embrace the gift of communication with other animals and nature, we’d experience first hand the inter-connectedness of all life. We’d sense the need to honour and respect the earth and all of our fellow sentient beings. For humans this would mean reclaiming the lost aspects of our soul and meeting in the place where we no longer judge one another; the space where we align with the natural flow of the universe. We’d know exactly how we are meant to co-exist and live in harmony with this world. This opens the pathway to the higher paradigm.
I can highly recommend this full length 52 minute documentary film on the art of animal communication, viewable at the link below.
But first watch this deeply inspiring clip about the amazing story of the black leopard encounter. Does this inspire you to want to get in touch with communicating with animals?
Written By: Trinity Bourne
Republished to CE by request.
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