How We Hear Our Animals The Clair Senses

We are not our bodies. We are spiritual beings having a physical experience.


Envision our bodies as a frame, supporting and housing a priceless work of art. The frame is beautiful, but once it's empty, it is still just the frame. It is not the perfect work of art that it once housed. So if we are not our body, then where do we go in order to find ourselves? We go inside, we consciously connect with our mind. Not all the sundry thoughts that are swirling around, but the centered thought that, when allowed, can block out all that noise in our head. This mind, this centered thought, we come to realize is the priceless work of art. Although it is currently housed in a beautiful frame, it is not limited by it.



Our bodies are created for communication. We use our voice, our hands, our face, our legs, our whole bodies to communicate what is needed. Although our minds can use our bodies for it's own purpose, our minds do not have to be limited by the level of communication our bodies provide. Our minds are meant for expansion. Communicating this way brings things together, it joins rather than separates. We can all connect to each other this way. It's actually how we communicate, it's the meaning behind the words. This is how telepathy works. We are sending and receiving information from each other and our animals all the time. Our animals are so adept at it, that they display their telepathic abilities on an ongoing basis. They are not limited by our patterns of thought and definitions. The information is being sent out and is there for all of us to receive. Once we are willing to accept the concept of telepathic communication, then understanding how you are receiving the information is the next step.