Louisa Archer Animal Communicator

“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.”

― Anatole France

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Louisa Archer

I am an Animal Communicator, offering a range of communication services, which includes conversation, investigation and energy work with both domestic and wild animals. I specialise in intuitive death passage support, with an emphasis on the natural dying process, taking into account the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the animal during the last weeks, days and hours of their life here on the earthly plain. I also provide afterlife readings for those people who want to keep in touch with their beloved one after death.

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Why would you need to book a consultation with an animal communicator such as myself?

We all suspect that animals have complex and emotional lives yet we rarely go deeper than the most obvious signs animals give us every day. It may seem daunting to tap into the deeper side of their experience and this is why many people will seek out the help of a professional who is able to receive direct thoughts, feelings and emotions telepathically from the animals themselves.

Here are some examples of why you may want to contact an animal communicator for your companion:

  • They are showing general fears and anxieties and you would like to find out the root cause of the problem.
  • They have an issue that mystifies the vet and you suspect that it could be emotional or psychological.
  • They need to have surgery and you want to let them know what is going to happen and why.
  • You want advice on which alternative therapy will be the most effective and would like to know if they consents to the treatment and which one they prefer.
  • You need to administer palliative care and want to find out the best way to proceed.
  • They display emotional and behavioural issues and you need to understand how you can better support them.
  • They have depression and you would like to ask them why.
  • You want to know what fun things they love to do, so that you can make sure their days are the happiest they can be.

It’s Good to Talk

As you can see, with many issues, it often boils down to the fact that we just need to ask the animal how they feel about the situation – it really can be as simple as that! Often, it is better to seek the help of someone who is neutral, unbiased and removed from the immediate circumstances, who can step in and let you know exactly what is going on with your companion.

Death Passage

When we are faced with a very sensitive, emotional and also highly changeable situation such as the end of an animal’s life, it is often necessary to reassess your companion week-by-week, day-by-day or even hour-by-hour. It is at a time like this that calling on the services of an animal communicator can be a vital link between yourself, your companion and the other care-givers and alternative therapists in their support team. You can read more about my death passage services here and afterlife readings here.

Wild Animals in Captivity

I can talk to wild animals in captivity (in rescue and rehabilitation centres, sanctuaries and release programs); to allow their voices to be heard, to advocate for their rights as equals and to ease the challenges they face as wild beings living in a man-made environment, with all the pressures that entails. I can also let the animals know about timings if they are part of a release programme and warn them of potential threats such as poaching and nearby human activity that may cause them harm once they are released. You can read more about my wild animal services here.

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How does the transference of information work?

It involves being absolutely present in order to lower distractions (such as habitual thinking) to the minimum, which can be achieved through specific techniques to increase heart coherence, balance breathing and acknowledge and reduce emotional states. Telepathic ‘messages’ are just like radio waves being transmitted from a radio tower and our bodies have been exquisitely designed to tune into them just like a radio set. Even if our receivers are ‘turned off’ right at this moment, it doesn’t mean that the radio waves have stopped being broadcast from everything and everywhere around us. Quietening the mind-chatter and moving back into our bodies is the first step we must take in order to turn the radio receiver on again.

Extra-Sensory Perception

Information from animals may come in the form of feelings (or the felt-sense), words, images, smells, tastes, sounds, memories or knowingness and will arrive directly into the communicator’s body. Research into Extra-Sensory Perception has been ongoing since the 1880’s, yet it still remains on the fringes of scientific inquiry, as mainstream science waits for its own paradigms to stretch far enough to encompass it. 

“For the ones who need proof that such a communication is actually happening: my dog started eating, drinking, socializing and running practically immediately after our work together with Louisa. She was not doing a single one of these things before.”

– Katerina and Tara, Czech Republic. See more Testimonials here.
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PAW-IN-HAND SUPPORT GROUP

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My name is Louisa Archer and I am an Animal Communicator, offering a range of communication services, which includes conversation, investigation and energy work with both domestic and wild animals. I specialise in intuitive death passage support with an emphasis on the natural transition process, taking into account the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the animal (and human) during the last weeks, days and hours of their life here on the earthly plain. I also provide afterlife readings for those people who want to keep in touch with their beloved one after death. See full bio here.

“Animals, like us, are living souls. They are not things. They are not objects. Neither are they human. Yet they mourn. They love. They dance. They suffer. They know the peaks and chasms of being.”

― Gary Kowalski

This site is intended for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. If you think you may be facing a medical emergency, call your veterinarian immediately. Please see my privacy policy for more information and also read my ethical statement before requesting a service.