Janet Roper Animal Communicator

The Gotcha Tree

The Gotcha Tree

One thing I’ve observed about life as an animal communicator: it’s not all about animal communication. I am learning that once you are open to communicating with the animals, other sentient beings want to get in on the band wagon and start communicating. After all, they’ve found someone with a listening ear, so why not? So,

It’s NOT Coming Up Roses

It’s NOT Coming Up Roses

In my opinion, the confrontational methods used in these posts have an underlying desire to create guilt and shame in the people seeing the posts, hoping to create action stemming from those negative feelings. However, they more often result in people distancing themselves from the posts BECAUSE they create those very feelings.

Aren’t YOU the Animal Communicator?

Aren’t YOU the Animal Communicator?

It’s a question I receive quite frequently from folks: “Can’t you just tell the animal to do something and fix it? You’re the animal communicator!” I may not hear those exact words but the intent behind the queries is always the same.