By John Lamb
Communicating with animals is much
more than a movie concept to San Diego resident Brigitte
Noel. One of only a handful of professional animal
communicators in the region, Noel says she has uncovered
paths to improved lives for hundreds of animals
dogs, cats, horses, birds, even rabbits by serving
as a telepathic conduit of information between pet and
many pet owners who have tried unsuccessfully
more traditional methods of training and behavior
modification to rid a pet of undesirable habits, Noel
oftentimes represents the last resort. And even more
often, these pet owners come to discover that it is their
behavior and not the pets that is at the root
of many pet-related misdeeds from cats
intentionally urinating outside their sandboxes to dogs
seeking attention by chewing up your favorite slippers or
communication is the intuitive art of perceiving
thoughts, feelings and emotions from the animals,"
Noel explains. "As loving pet owners, we all pick up
much information from our animals. Telepathy is simply an
extension of our natural intuitive abilities. . . . More
often than not, animals are relieved to be able to share
their perspective on matters that concern them and their
family. The highly effective solutions to behavioral
problems are based on specific needs expressed by the
dont confuse Noel with an animal psychic. "I
have to distinguish myself when I get a call to find a
lost animal. Ill send them to a psychic," she
says. Instead, Noel works very closely with animal and
owner. First, Noel spends about 20 minutes alone with the
pet "in complete receptivity," transcribing the
silent conversation as it proceeds. Noel provides an
audiotape of this session as a permanent record of what
Noel meets with pet and owner to discuss the pets
needs, "kind of like negotiating so the animal gets
something he or she wants." The advice can range
from pulling out of an tumultuous relationship, to
referrals for holistic veterinary care, to changes in
nutrition and pest control. Noel then follows up with a
phone call a month later -- time enough to give owner and
pet a chance to put the advice into effect.
just look at whats going on in the animal,"
Noel explains. "What I seek is an alignment of the
heart. Animals are very intelligent. Theyre really
into a diplomatic family, Noel grew up in a whirlwind of
cultures -- France, England, Russia, Ghana, the United
States and Switzerland -- that made childhood friendships
difficult to maintain. But she always seemed to have a
special rapport with neighborhood pets and other animals.
string of unsatisfying career moves -- coupled with a new
life outlook after battling the debilitating thyroid
disorder Graves Disease with a self-devised
treatment program using alternative and conventional
methods -- lead her back to her life-long love of
large part through working with her 14-year-old
quarterhorse Miss Annie, Noel says she was able to
develop her own telepathic techniques. The key, she adds,
is showing an animal the respect and humility necessary
to bring out its true feelings. "When Im with
an animal, the one thing Im wondering is,
What is it like to be you?" Noel says.
what, pray tell, do animals tell her most often?
food is boooooooring!!! The same ol kibble just
wont cut it anymore. Variety, they say, is
the chew treat of life!
in particular note with a significant dose of dismay that
their owners spend waaaaaay too much time plopped down in
front of the TV while they idle away in the backyard.
This, too, is completely boring. More time walking allows
dogs to pursue THEIR favorite hobby SMELLING
if youd like to get to know your pet better, contact
Brigitte Noel. Your pet
will thank you.
All-Ears Animal Communication
P.O. Box 33857
San Diego, CA 92163
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