Every living being communicates.
If speech is unique to man, 93% of our mode of expression is non-verbal. This language, which exists in all living beings, is composed of voice intonations or vocalizations, facial expressions, body language, pheromones, etc.
Moreover, according to current theories in quantum physics, everything is vibration and information in the Universe. Matter would be 99.9999 ...% void or energy containing information. According to Dr. Rupert Sheldrake, one of the specialists in research in this field, "morphic fields" link together members of the same social group, even if they are distant in space. We would therefore all have the possibility of capturing information which is not manifested by the verbal and body language of our interlocutor.
It is by aligning with the same frequency as the non-verbal human or animal that we can, using our inner perceptions, receive, understand and then translate the information they emit. For that, we have to align ourselves on the right wavelength, intentionally putting our mind in a meditative state silencing the mind. This modified state of consciousness makes it possible to go from the Beta frequency, emitted by the human brain in a waking state, to the Alpha frequency, the frequency of intuitive perceptions. From then on, a subtle dialogue is possible from animal to animal, from human to animal and vice versa, or from human to human. This connection can also be made with the vegetal apogy Where mineral, and more broadly with all life . In this form of silent communication, the process, unobservable from the outside, takes place through channels parallel to our five ordinary senses. By focusing on our sensory universe, we can emit and receive visual or sound information, physical feelings, emotions, smells or tastes.
Just like the root peoples, who knew how to preserve this capacity for subtle communication, it is possible for any human being to find it and develop it with a little practice and discipline, knowing that each individual has a potential of his own. .
This form of communication therefore calls on our "sixth sense", which it would be better to call our "first sense" since it is a capacity that we all have but that we have forgotten.