|May 01, 2012|
Nina Wong Teaches You How to Communicate with Your Pets
Understanding your animal friend has never been so easy. Nina Wong talks to Vivienne Tang about how you can learn to speak the language of your pet.
Don’t you sometimes wish that you could talk to your cat when it’s hurt itself and needs to go to the vet, or understand what your dog is saying when he’s relentlessly barking at someone?
Using telepathy to communicate with your animals to receive and send messages is something that everyone can learn, according to Nina Wong, an animal communicator and healer, who now teaches other people to harness their own supersensory skills.
“Everyone is born with this kind of telepathic ability to tap into another one’s heart and mind to communicate through feelings and mental images,” says Wong. “Most people have just forgotten how to operate this ability, having been brought up in today’s society where we are constantly asked to use more logic, the left brain, and believe only what we can see. However, it is necessary to get in touch with our heart and emotions, and strengthen our right brain again if we want to communicate better telepathically. This ability is never lost. It has just been weakened. So if we can train it properly, we can strengthen it again.”
Wong however didn’t have to train those skills, it was something that just came naturally to her. Since she was a young girl, she always had a deep, unexplainable affection towards animals, and she always knew that they possess a spirit, feelings, emotions and thoughts just like us humans. She acknowledged her innate ability to communicate with animals around seven years ago and has been nurturing that capability ever since.
Today, she teaches other people how to engage and become more in tune with their pets’ needs. She does house visits or works with photos, and she can communicate with pets that have already passed away, which is often important when it’s difficult for the owner to come to terms with the loss.
“Some owners have a hard time coping with their beloved animal companion’s departure,” says Wong. “At such time, it could mean a lot to the owner if we can deliver messages from the animal to the owner and vice versa. We can also check how the animal’s soul is doing at the time of communication, so the owner would know what the animal’s soul is going through and have peace of mind. If for any reason, the soul has not gone to where it is supposed to go, we can do some energetic work and send the soul to where it is supposed to go.”
In a regular animal communication session (45 or 90 minutes), which Wong can conduct in English, Cantonese or Japanese, the owner can check in with their animal companion and ask any questions and deliver messages to their pet. Wong also works with flower remedies, which can support the healing process, should the animal be suffering from an illness or an emotional issue.
Wong also points out that animals are very sensitive beings that can easily take on their owner’s emotional and physical issues. “In doing so, our animal friends are trying to ease off our emotional baggage and physical disease, as well as send us messages to let us know that we have to look into certain areas in our lives that need attention. They are our mirrors and our teachers.”
Therefore, Wong often suggests healing consultations for the owners, along with animal communication for the pet.
For those who are curious and want to learn how to communicate with their animals on their own should take Wong’s Animal Communication foundation course (1.5 days) where you can activate your telepathic skills again.