Animal Communication

A Communication
An extract from this transcript was included in Species Link - Journal of Interspecies  Communication: Summer 2011; for the article:
 'Vivisection and Animal Choice'.
 Jane Summers Animal Communicator
 A note about this transcript
The nature of telepathic communication is that it is conveyed as intuitive messages.
 Information received may therefore be interpreted in many varying ways; as messages, images, emotions, feelings, or analogies.
 It should be remembered that animal communication is an art and not a science.
Animal communication has been recognised since the 1970’s and is considered a complementary profession. Jane Summers’ animal communication consultations are made and presented in good faith and are the result of much self-testing, validation & experience in telepathic communication with animals over a number of years.
Each animal is respected as being uniquely individual. No guarantee is given to any particular issue being solved, fixed, corrected or cured from any animal communication consultation.
Animal communicators are not veterinarians and are therefore not permitted to diagnose nor advise on health & medical matters. Animal communication is not a replacement for veterinary care of an animal. Any intuitive information conveyed in the course of a consultation is therefore just for your personal
A Key to Reading the Following Transcript:
An animal communication transcript largely reads like a conversation between two individuals:
1) The animal communicator
2) The animal.
-   The communicators’ words & thoughts are written in regular type - & without any brackets.
-   The animals’ main responses are written in italics – without any brackets.
[.....] Words or sentences in square brackets:
Square bracketed words detail accompanying emotions, feelings, images, analogies or metaphors, which are intuitively received at the same time as the main response from the animal.
(.....) Words or sentences in round brackets:
Round bracketed words assist expression of the animals’ response. They are used when the animals’ response may be better understood by the addition of such words.
The nature of telepathic communication is that the animals’ responses may be conveyed intuitively in many varying ways & oftentimes are not to be taken as literally meant; therefore, be aware of any possible lateral meanings which may come to mind from an animals’ response; as these too can be intriguing & significant in their own right.
Thank you.
I sought the personal view of a ‘research’ animal, regarding the issue of vivisection/animal research - so tirelessly campaigned against by so many animal lovers.
The following communication is with an alpha male Macaque monkey, named Joe - such an individual - & whose photograph headed an article featuring this controversial subject.
I introduce myself & the nature of my communication...
[He conveys as an individual with a mouth-moving-jaw-gyrating,- as if ruminating- type mouth movement energy; too, a lithe, moving, supple, swinging, pacing, active, active, ACTIVE body,  going about his ‘space’ – where he is...]
You want my mind as well as my body responses!?[He seems to quip! - & conveys an essence of a very quick intelligence. And, if it were not derogatory to say about an animal – it is, as if, he were a person inside, but then wearing an animal mask to all outward appearances].
Well, Joe, yes... I would very much appreciate your thoughts please,
[It is as if his mind reflexes are acutely ‘tuned’ but that his facial & body movements are not ‘reading from the same page’. And, it is as if a stage performance is playing out when one watches his body – though almost as if is it is, as such, a comedy version of what otherwise is going on in his head, - to which, to all indications is of a logical & serious disposition].
Are you agreeable to this, Joe?
Yes, Jane. I am, - I am up for it! [He seems to exclaim, & with the end words rising in a crescendo –& as may happen when one is putting physical exertion into something at the same time as speaking/moving, so the resultant speech finales as an extra exhalation-al burst!].
Thank you, Joe. Okay...
Many people believe, from a spiritual point of view, that each individual (either person or animal species) ‘chooses’ to incarnate & into certain circumstances - & to go through differing experiences – in that life time. Is this your understanding & belief?
Of course, of course, of Course! [He responds quickly, though seeming almost dismissive of detailing any deeper reply].
And, so, you agree with that understanding?
Yes, I do. It is known & accepted amid animal species. That is why our minds do not carry the stress of pondering thought that so many of your kind entertain.
Can you describe what you mean by the ‘stress of pondering thought’, Joe?
Yes, it is the stress a human gives to themselves, when they are victim to thought forms outside their consciousness boundaries.
Okay. Thank you, Joe.
Joe, why do some animals ‘choose’ to be in research laboratories?
They think it is fair to give back some of what they have taken in previous lives. It is all a balance – if it is not re-applied to the rest of humanity – it goes wasted- it cannot survive in a ‘take-all’ world.
What ‘goes wasted’, Joe?
The thought that we can do all things, for & by ourselves -Research is just that – a sharing & pooling of ideas. Some of the loneliest individuals have, through incarnations of such lives learnt a type of love which exceeds anything they have before experienced...
What kind of love are you describing, Joe?
It is a love for a better world for others. A self-sacrificing, altruistic love, that, on doing good for others, one then feels warm & worthwhile in themselves.
Okay. Thank you, Joe.
Can you describe why you chose to incarnate to be ‘used’ in research?
I ‘chose’ because, I believe I have a lot to offer in terms of strength, mental resilience & of an interest in humanity & its evolvement. Someone has to do the ‘dirty work’ [He adds, & seems by analogy, to convey the essence of an individual ‘‘high up’ in a business-executive-type way, passing comment on some exciting new technological yet controversial ‘new’ procedure the company he is involved with is working on. At the same time, he conveys a sense of a ‘no remorse/no regret’ attitude to his involvement with all he is connected to; Moreover he is effusing a sense of ‘Well, we’ve started, so we’ll finish/the show must go on/let’s get cracking/ Let’s be efficient with all we’re doing’ type attitude].
Thank you, Joe. However if you convey what you are doing as ‘dirty work’ – how can you remain so otherwise ‘upbeat’ about it?
[At this, he conveys the sense of how a ‘Refuse collector’ or cleaner, will still continue to do their job even if – to others- it appears ‘dirty work’ & unappealing. For each individuals own reasons- albeit, their personal inclination,  for wages, or, to help another – THEY still feel drawn to turning up at work each day to carry through- every day- what others may decline to even attempt to do].
Thank you, Joe.
Many humans observe & believe - to all appearances – that animals in Research experience fear, loneliness & suffering. Do you truly experience these states to the extent (such) observations indicate?
No, Jane [He ‘sighs’] we don’t. A lot of the emotions expressed are to raise awareness throughout the human operators & human observers (campaigners) of (& for) better conditions – of BETTER; achieving better ways to go about in practice what we are undertaking.
You see...there are various ways to do things – yes, even research & if, sometimes it takes [by analogy a man standing on an orange box shouting his beliefs without a megaphone ...] - then at least it is A ‘voice’; it is a start; to draw attention to what is proclaimed & happening.
And then, in time, the same information will be relayed in more sophisticated ways.
And so it is with us. We, in our physical bodies are so ‘dense’ as in solid – in physical terms - & so it is but a start in terms of research evolution towards ‘lighter’ research. The whole world is becoming gradually lighter- it is on its way. And of research in physical bodies – it is Research – in just the only way ‘they’ (researchers) know how – just now.
But, [he ‘smiles’] it will change. [And the concept is conveyed of, how, centuries ago before electric lighting, tasks would still be done , but with less efficient means of lighting. To work nowadays by candlelight would be considered comparatively primitive. Over time, man has developed more efficient means of light, & so research may be said to be reflecting this too].
Thank you, Joe.
Do you experience ‘fear’ in your life amid Research though?
No - other than for those that do not understand. In my heart it is [by analogy, like going in for an Operation which you know all the facts about prior to agreeing to. And, the concept he is conveying too, is as of how a human volunteer in modern times – albeit being paid to do so – will submit themselves willingly to be included in medical projects].
Okay. Thank you, Joe.
Why is it then, if campaigners view photographs of animals in research labs – they can so often appear so awful for the animal – what can you tell me about ‘suffering’ in your life amid Research?
[In response to this, the concept is conveyed of how, if a person ever has to undergo a medical injection, or physical examination of delicate parts – of how they would not sit with a big smile upon their face at the same time. And that, due to the individuals mental concentration on any such procedure at such a time; holding focus on what-is-going-on – even if no pain is present – their resultant facial expression, is so often then one of supposed ‘un-smiling’ repose; un-ease, furrowed brow, a sense of ‘bracing oneself & yes, even discomfort towards whatever is going on- & this may then be caught on camera.
With this too is conveyed the reasoning that campaigners pictures aim to portray any experiments as the worst case scenarios in order to gain support for the cause. By analogy, like Paparazzi doing their best to catch a celebrity in the most shockingly imaged photo for maximum Press impact].
Okay. Thank you, Joe. Though what can you tell me regarding what is classed as ‘suffering’ for research?
Yes, Jane. It is. I agree – yet too, like humans, some animals make more vocal noise – fuss- on invasive procedures than others. It is ‘un-natural’ to ones habitat (traditional environment) there is no doubt of that - yet too... [by analogy, why do humans sit for hours on end in concrete tower blocks/sky scrapers ‘confined’ to machines, metal cars, to noise, to junk food, tolerate less quality foods – when All they most desire is peace, quiet, their home, green grass underfoot to walk amongst, fresh pure food - & so on. Don’t humans too, incarcerate themselves so often in surroundings which result in stress, pacing, nail biting, mental anxiety & so on. Yet, they in their ‘authority’ say, ‘I need to do this’... & so often, they continue in the way they do & everyday]. This too can be said then, to be ‘suffering’ yet if each has their ‘own reasons’ (inner path, life purpose, life incarnation choice) to ‘endure’ each day & what it contains in that environment – it is (is it not) not so different from ours?
Thank you for that, Joe.
 Regarding a number of anti-research Campaigner observations – is the word ‘torture’ applicable to what experiences you & other animals go through in research labs?
No. In that ‘torture’ is in the mind – if one allows it to surface. To achieve ‘balance’; to achieve ones highest state of consciousness, one can remove such a [description] as ‘torture’. It is what the mind perceives. We can detach to a certain degree - &, like leaving a body before ’impact’ – a lot of what is termed ‘torture’ is acting out an exclamation of the experience.
Can you explain this further, Joe – do you not experience pain & discomfort then in research experiments?
Yes, Jane – but it is like [numbing first prior to it happening]
Do you mean a medical anaesthetic is applied, Joe?
No, not always, as it would dull reactions – but it is like the mind ‘switches off’ after a while [& the concept of how immersion of ones hand into extremely cold water is initially felt, but within moments it may register as ‘numbed’ ].
Thank you, Joe, but it still sounds like a lot of physical pain you & other animals have to go through. How do you cope?
It is nothing worse than [what ‘happens in the wild’. Then too, the concept is shown of a time prior to medical anaesthetics & of how individuals would go through procedures anyway – being that there was supposedly no alternative].
But in this day & age, this supposed human ‘pain-free’ era, it seems unfair for animals to still be subjected to any pain in society, Joe?
Yes, Jane. As I said before though – we have to be the [by analogy, ‘candle-light’ until ‘electricity’ arrives] – for research needs to go on. And yes we are sacrificial in terms of others’ (levels of) comfort – but if a [‘job satisfaction’] life purpose is being carried out, we can do it. It is all for the worth in the long run.
Okay, thank you, Joe.
Do you experience loneliness in your research life?
No. Not as such – no more than [by analogy, a man at his desk experiencing desire to have time off].
But one could say you never get ‘time off’?
We do, Jane. We are cared for in that it is known (that) to achieve best ‘research results’ – to keep us in the best physical shape mentally & physically – it is important to ‘use’ us respectfully. And so, we do get time to re-charge. We, on the whole are ‘smaller’ than humans – we can take ‘smaller’ areas to [re-charge] in. And especially mice – it may look confining, but space & ‘time-off’ is all relative [& he ‘smiles’ matter-of-factly].
Thank you, Joe.
What do you think & feel towards the humans that ‘operate’ research experiments on you & your fellow animals in research labs?
They too, are doing their ‘path’ (‘purpose) to evolve humanity. If anything, a nature in kindness whilst all else goes on is of the highest lesson they may have to learn.
They, as each incarnation, themselves, are working their own ‘paths’ & sharing their ‘results’ for better shared knowledge, one must remember.
Thank you, Joe.
Joe, what can you say to people who are campaigning to stop all animal research happening?
Well, it is as well to do – to raise awareness for better ways. Yes, it is good. It is good that each encourages another/others to do whatever they are doing in better more efficient ways! [He conveys with exclamation, as if in emphasis & enthusiasm of his reasoning!].
Thank you, Joe. Do you have any consoling, or otherwise, message to human campaigners who (mentally) agonise over what they observe you & fellow animals are ‘enduring’ in research?
To look to their own lives- to see what, if any causes of ‘suffering’, ‘fear’,
‘loneliness’, or ‘torture’ they are putting themselves through. To know, as physical individuals we are all put against such ‘tests’ & it is for our minds to cope with in each individual’s situation. To ‘fix’ ourselves as clearly as one can before feeling indignant of another’s ‘plight’. Yet, too, to assist better efficiency, to aid another’s path for greater understanding of evolvement is of [sacrosanct] importance...
I do thank those that [‘raise the flag’] for better conditions, yet too...whilst one can help, it is [by analogy, like sitting by observing an individual go through with a marriage whilst disagreeing with the match. How do they know what is ‘right’ for another? – only the individuals themselves truly know what, who & why they put themselves where they do in the position(s) they do in their life].
Thank you, Joe.
.... – and for all of this communication...
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