Asia Voight, Animal Communicator

Inspiring End-of-Life Conversations

Jan 27 2021 • 1 hr

Most people come to Asia because they see a problem with their pet, like a dog that’s barely eating, or a horse that’s become very anxious. When she suggests that the problem may actually lie with the person, she usually get a surprised reaction. Animals often take on their person’s issues, and may manifest them in self-destructive behaviors. For example Asia worked with a client whose dog was having terrible digestive problems, and the vet couldn’t figure out the cause. When I talked with the dog, she said her mouth was burning. She said she wanted her mother to stop drinking the “burning liquid”. My client began crying. She realized her drinking was hurting her dog, and she resolved to get help. Because my client couldn’t telepathically hear her, the dog began demonstrating concrete, visible symptoms. As an animal communicator, I’ve heard many stories like this. Our animals trust us, and know us. They want to help. I’ve helped hundreds of clients to understand their animals better.