It takes wit, and interest and energy to be happy. The pursuit of happiness is a great activity. One must be open and alive. It is the greatest feat humans have to accomplish, and spirits must flow. There must be courage. It beats all the things that wealth can give, and everything else in the world, to say the things one believes, to put them into form, to pass them on to anyone who may care to take them up."

Robert Henri, The Art Spirit.

What to Expect And How to Prepare

A telepathic animal communication consultation is a satisfying way to experience direct, two-way communication with animals. Telepathy offers deep insights into an animal's feelings, and clients often begin to reconnect with their own profound perceptions of love, compassion, truth and respect, as a result of their first consultation.

Everyone is capable of communicating telepathically with nonhumans, but humans need to be open and more willing to listen deeply. Telepathy is a natural ability we all share, but as humans we have been socially conditioned to deny the ability is true and real, and we quickly lose it in early childhood when it begins to manifest simply because we want to "fit in."
Humans, of all ages, who are caring, kind, sensitive and receptive can recover this ability to communicate with animals by experiencing telepathic communication through a professional, experienced communicator, and through professional training and daily practice.

Some people believe an "animal psychic," knows everything about them or an animal or, worse, about their personal lives! This is not true. The word psychic means "soul" or "spirit." Telepathic communication is a psychic communication because it is a connection with the soul or spirit of an animal and the person. This includes their thoughts, feelings, and spiritual qualities. It is the same as having a heart-to-heart talk with another human being. The perspective is wholly unique.

While a communicator perceives a lot about an animal in an initial consultation, Carole focuses only on the issues at hand. Clients can be assured their privacy will not be invaded. It is a safe and non-threatening method for understanding the issues. You then begin to learn what your animal is thinking and feeling.

Carole Devereux is trained in the ethics of counseling and was professionally guided for 10 years by Dr. Jeri Ryan and Penelope Smith, both internationally known Animal Communicators. Dr. Ryan is a psychotherapist in private practice for over 25 years in Oakland California, and Penelope Smith was a social worker prior to practicing Animal Communication.

Your session will begin with a short talk about what you would like to communicate to your animal. And, if you have many questions, it is a good idea to prioritize them and write them down. The intention of each consultation is to help the person and the animal reach a deeper, more satisfying understanding and bond and help each one know and share each others unique perspective.

Carole works with animal's viewpoints and emotional attitudes first by asking your questions and then listens to what the animal has to communicate, in thoughts, feelings or pictures.

Direct, telepathic communication can shed light on many different situations and animals are often happier when their person begins to understand them better. You will understand more about the situation from the animal's outward behavior when telepathic communication fills in the picture.

Carole Devereux works with her clients to resolve misunderstandings, behavior problems, and the emotional aspects of illnesses and injuries that do not respond well to veterinary medicine. Carole advises on diet and nutrition, and helps balance your animal's energy using Reiki and TtouchTM, Flower Essences, and spiritual healing techniques she learned while in training with Rosayln Bruyere, nationally recognized psychic and spiritual healer at the Healing Light Center in Los Angeles, California.

Consultations are strictly confidential, yet if a client wishes, he/she can bring a friend or family member to provide emotional support if it is comfortable for both the client and the animal.