Cats are very mysterious critters with a mind of their own. If you have a pet feline . . . or two, or three . . . you are probably of the mind-set that they believe that it is their house and you are honored to live there with them. If only you knew what is on their mind and what they are thinking! After all, they think they can read us like a book . . . or is that just the way they have us trained?
It would be great to be able to understand what our pets think. We would know who chewed the garbage, knocked over the plants, made a mess in the house or any other mischievous act. We would know when they are not feeling well and what exactly is bothering them so we can help them. Yes, it would be so much easier to communicate with our cats know what is really on their minds . . . and what a bonding experience it would be for us while trying to connect with them.
To develop a telepathic connection with our cats we must first keep an open mind. If you are anything like me, your pet is one of the family, which already establishes their unity with us. To further understand their inner thoughts, tune in to your cat and watch the body language. As your cat comes to greet you, study the movement, the tail, the eyes ears, mouth and keep yourself quiet and open to the message your cat may be conveying.
Through mental telepathy, in a quiet state while bonding with your cat, ask your cat a simple question in your head and see if you get a response. Do this often and even speak openly with your cat as if you were speaking to a child. You would be surprised as to how much he/she will understand and communicate with you in their own little way. Practice makes perfect and you will have a closer understanding and connection with your pet.
Body language is the biggest asset your cat has in transmitting their every thought and feeling to you. Most often, your cat can convey hostility, needing a hug, hunger, complacency or just plain tiredness. You can tell a lot as well by the ears, if they are erect, one up, one down, pressed backward or if they seem to swivel. The mouth might be open, in a wide open gape, as a yawn, all different ways to communicate what’s on their mind, as well as other body positions.
Owning any pet, as with majority of pet parents, we are closely bonded with them enough that we have our own inner communication with the beloved family member. Whatever connection you have with your pet is something that no one outside of that circle can understand. Keep in tune with your cat, whether through mental telepathy and/or body language to maintain true communication with your cat.