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Interspecies Communication (in Australia)

The origins of non-verbal communication are as old as time, and those who live in a close, respectful relationship with Nature are often still able to utilise this skill. Telepathic communication is sometimes referred to as an “energetic exchange”, and with training and practice, the human brain is able to receive energetic impulses from various sources and translate that data into recognisable thoughts, images, feelings, sounds, smells and words. The energy exchange between humans and other animals is now commonly referred to as Interspecies Communication – or Animal Communication.

Most Animal Communicators are involved in various forms of animal healing, particularly energetic healing, which both enhances and complements their intuitive work. Becoming adept at Animal Communication often requires great personal effort and sometimes several years of practice. Some communicators have written books about their work, and some offer training in communication skills via their workshops and courses. Visit the websites below to learn more about Interspecies Communication in Australia, or visit the book page:    



Horses trying to get messages across

Co-being relationships



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Pam Adams (VIC)          

Caroline Pope (VIC)        

Jenny Pearce (VIC)         

Sarah Messina (VIC)       

Melinda Knight (VIC)       

Michael Bascombe (VIC) 

Ann Walker (VIC)            

Michelle Mayur (VIC)       

Jodi Ruckley (NSW)        

Lynn Overhill (NSW)        

Simonne Lee (NSW)       

Billie Dean (NSW)           

Debra Benn (NSW)         

Manon de Jongh (NSW)  

Caren Venables (NSW)   

Kathy Cornack (NSW)     

Cass Martinez (QLD)       

Liza Callen (QLD)            

Eliane Barben (QLD)        

Alexandria Bailey (QLD)   

Allison Peta (SA)             

Leonora Faferco (TAS)     


Using the services of a communicator:

Many Animal Communicators work professionally, offering their services to others. If you are considering using the services of a communicator, don’t be afraid to ask questions prior to your consultation. Practitioners will be happy to tell you about themselves, including who they trained with, and how long they have been working in their field. They will also be happy to provide you with testimonials from previous clients. Practitioners all across the globe generally adhere to an Animal Communicator’s Code of Ethics. The first Code was developed by Penelope Smith (US) in 1990, however variations on this first Code are now also in use: