Produced by Jon Child

Transcript of Micciah July 19 2018 (part 3) (Communicating with Animals

A brief discussion about how communicating with animals works. Develop listening. Receive impressions into words. And a quick word with the freshly departed and beloved cat, Guy Ray.

   MIcciah: Ah, and we did not answer Linda's question and she is gone.

   Sue: We could go on to the next one which has to do with talking to animals. Communicating with animals.

   MIcciah: Well, maybe Jon would like to talk about it from behind the camera.

   Jon: [laughs]

   Micciah: Of course you can talk to animals.

   Jon: Can you have a conversation? I mean, you know...

   Micciah: Well you know, they're not... It is like this. [points to herself] We do not exactly speak English. They don't speak English either. You speak energy and it translates itself into what you perceive as language. So, yes, they are ready to have conversations with you. Many, many cultures have talked to animals and have animal guides, and spirits, and teachers. When there are scientific discoveries that animals have feelings... Could animals possibly have feelings? How could they not have feelings? What a ridiculous concept.
   Yes, you can talk to animals. You need to train yourself, not so much to talk, to listen. To listen, to listen. And it is a great joy, it is a great joy. You may not get it in words. Jon, you are studying with… French, Mr. French, yes?

   Jon: Yes, James French.

   Micciah: And he works with conversations, as does the woman from, is it South Africa?

   Jon: Yup.

   Micciah: Yah. But you may receive impressions that don’t involve language. Or, you receive impressions and you turn the impressions into words so it is more manageable. It is like this.

   Jon: That’s exactly what he says, what he does says he does.

   Micciah: Is that what he says he does? Ah, good, good. Some animals are easier to communicate with. Some people are better at it. Some people are better… people are born with different gifts. Talking to animals is a natural gift. Some people are more gifted, and then you can train it, like anything else. Yes. So, the answer is yes, and it is a wonderful thing to do.
   Judith became so connected to her bluebirds that they would sit in her hand. So, were you talking to them?

   Judith: No, but I was reading them.

   Micciah: You were listening to them.

   Judith: I was listening and reading their body language and feeling them.

   Micciah: Yes, yes. It is a great pleasure to talk, to talk to animals, to listen to what they have to say, or, what they need to express.
   And one further comment about surviving in these difficult times, to go back to dancing. Remember to have a good time in whatever way pleases you. Eating, cooking, dancing, singing. So that in the midst of the very apparent difficulties, you are embracing life. In the difficult moments, and in the easy moments, remembering that life itself is a gift.
   So, we will leave you. We do thank this one. [pats herself] We know she was tired today, and is sad. And speaking of speaking with animals, so Guy Ray is saying, “Don’t be sad, mama.”
   We share with you all great love and thanks for listening to us. And we wish you a beautiful summer evening.

   Julie: “What I believe happens when I am channeling is that I enter an expanded geography of the self, and that there is an overlap between what I know (my intelligence, my awareness, my experience) and something that is larger than my ordinary awareness. It may indeed be that it is all part of my awareness and that would be fine. What’s produced is a personality that is a product of the overlapping and the personality is called Micciah.
   This channeling is meant to be a spiritual, emotional, intellec­tual, heartful, mindful journey that I share with another realm, that I share with my classes and that we all share with you. Please go over the material, evaluate it for yourself, and know what it is that you think about it.”