December 21, 2017
Sergio Vidhani Pertegal
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“A human being is a part of the whole that we call: The Universe. A part that is limited in time and space. This human being experiments with himself, with his thoughts and emotions as if he were separate from the rest of mankind and nature, a sort of optical illusion of the conscience. This illusion becomes a sort of prison for us, limiting us to our personal desires and to the affection of the people close to us. Our task must be to liberate ourselves from this prison by enlarging our circle of compassion and thus embrace all living creatures and all of nature in its beauty.” Letter written by Einstein in 1950.

Here are two beautiful stories for Christmas and the New Year. There is no need of words or lessons; animals show us the way to follow.

I thank the person who transmitted this story to me.

“As I do nearly every Saturday, I took Becky out for a walk with a pack of dogs. She knows most of them by now and even ventured to mix with them, but did not participate in their games.
A little later, a woman joined us with a big, blind dog. Oddly enough, Beck was not afraid of him; on the contrary, as soon as the blind dog moved too far away, Becky went to bring him back into the pack. During the whole outing, she watched over this dog as if she were aware of his handicap. I am not trying to attribute human characteristics of compassion and empathy to her, but her attitude did seem to resemble them. Do dogs possess these capacities? I now think that they do. All the people participating in this outing were very affected by my little dog’s behavior.”


“Flambeur came into my life 21 years ago. 21 years of complicity, laughter, emotions, tears… Life in other words! The sarcoids were part of his daily life from the age of 8 and until his departure at the age of 24. He lived in the field with three other horses and during the last days before his departure, he was isolated: the other horses left him alone in his corner.
I was fortunate enough to be able to accompany him until the end, to be present. During the last hour of his life, he was lying with his head in my arms. He was very attached to a mare of that herd called Action. I knew that the end was near and I mentally begged Action to come near him in his last moments. As if in response to my demands, she approached us, placed her nostrils and her warm breath over his head and I felt that this helped him. He started to breathe more calmly.
Action then left with the others and Flambeur departed serenely from this world. I moved away heart broken. I left the meadow and turned around one last time. What I saw both upset and moved me deeply: the three other horses had placed themselves in a circle around Flambeau’s body. They stayed there, immobile, heads bowed, around him. This lasted about 45 minutes. It was as if they were paying hommage, or giving a last good-bye, I don’t know…
But what a beautiful gift that was to have been present at that timeless moment. My tears were flowing. Sadness, solace and different emotions were all intermingled. What a lovely lesson from life!
Thank you.”

Sonia Matt
President of Peace for Horses

Health and Well Being

February 22, 2017
Sergio Vidhani Pertegal
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Many factors are involved in the well being and health of our animal companions.
The way of life that we impose on our companions is not “natural” and we are all aware of that fact. They are often shut up indoors or live in artificial environments, fed on commercial food, exposed to toxins in the environment with no contact with nature, sunshine, the open air or rain.
Because of these conditions they absorb many of the toxins around them which penetrate into their bodies. These toxins come from their industrial food, vaccinations and of course from the environment.
For example, chemical products will be inhaled or their emanations will penetrate their skin (washing products, cosmetics and so on) as well as all the environmental toxins, visible or invisible such as pesticides. We must make an effort and learn about the nature of these toxins. There are numerous books which offer advice on how to reorganize one’s life in order to diminish the impact of these toxins.

There are also what I call the emotional toxins.
According to me, if the organism is already affected because of these external toxins, there will more likely be emotional toxins which could provoke a health problem.
Thanks to my years of experience in animal communication, I have arrived at the conclusion that it is very possible that strong human emotions such as anger, quarreling, contained resentments and unexpressed feelings will be absorbed by and affect your animal. These emotional toxins may not be the direct cause of an illness, but could be the spark that sets off a health problem.


Make sure to fortify your animal’s immunity system by inquiring about the effects of his food, food complements and vaccines. Reduce or eliminate the causes of chemical toxins in the home. Then deal with your emotions: of course we all live with strong emotions, preoccupations and stress. What is important is to be aware of them, to understand their causes and try to bring about change.

Also, try to make up for the boredom and lack of freedom of your animal companions. Be inventive and find stimulating games or situations to vary their daily lives.


It is very important that an animal be in contact with the earth. The magnetic frequencies of the earth will help him eliminate the emotional toxins absorbed from humans; they will also help to balance and reinforce his immune system.

Thanks to this contact with our earth mother, our animals will receive an energy from the life force which will anchor them and help them to reconnect with it. When they are in contact with the earth, they are in “the flow” (le flux).
It is that contact which helps them get rid of the accumulated toxins.
A dog who eats poor quality dog food and is shut up in the house all day long has a very good chance of getting health problems.
Let your dog run in the grass, eat grass, dig holes, play, bark, smell the odors, chew, chase squirrels (he won’t catch them!).
Let your cat climb trees, roll in the earth, smell the odors and even fight with the other neighborhood cats (Yes ladies, I know you don’t like that) because this will fortify their immune system and stimulate their nervous system.
Let your horse gallop around, kick his back legs, get dirty and not in the riding school. Let him be in contact with the earth, cross all kinds of terrain, walk on dead leaves and in the mud, on the grass, on twigs, on stones and let him cross rivers and streams.
We must let animals establish their own hierarchical system with as little interference from us as possible, except in extreme cases. All this stimulates their nervous system and reinvigorates their vital force. And of course, they need sunshine, wind and rain…

Yes, their life with us is not natural, but nothing is natural any more. More and more animals share their lives with humans, we don’t really know why. I do know, however, that they come for
their own evolution as well as for our own, because in their presence we smile, we become better and we learn what unconditional love is.
So let us make an effort to take care of their health and well being.


January 15, 2017
Sergio Vidhani Pertegal
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For this 2017 New Year my wish and hope is to see real positive changes for the animals of our planet. There is so much to be done and in so many areas in all the countries in our world. Fortunately, more and more associations and more extraordinary people are devoting their lives to animal causes: to save animals, educate their owners and denounce mistreatment. Things are better but we are still far from our goals. The worst thing is ignorance. Even if it is difficult, we can no longer close our eyes on how animals are treated, otherwise we would not be able to strive for change.

Recognizing the fact that all animals are conscious beings is the fundamental “Rights of Animals”.

Every animal has an awareness of self, of his physical body, of his emotions and thoughts, of his surroundings and environment.

When an animal lives close to a human being, whether a cat, a dog, or a horse, communication with it is easier because of the experiences we have with domestic animals. We believe that domestic animals have more awareness than wild animals, because we feel that we understand them better. These domestic animals reflect our human reactions. For example, a horse that lives with me will respond with human sensations that a wild horse would not have. The same is true of domestic cats and dogs that share their lives with humans.

An animal, however, that is bred has exactly the same emotions as a dog, a cat or a horse and the same kind of consciousness. There really is no difference between them; we do not realize this, so it is up to us to try and understand their language and spirit. Our role on this planet is to recognize the diversity of the animals that cohabit with us, to understand them, to respect their intelligence and their needs and work for their good.

This is the gift given to us by the Divine and that we have rejected.
An animal suffering extremes of pain and barely surviving may seem different from us, just “a simple beast” with no thoughts, emotions, or intelligence.


If we transform the conditions of an animal suffering pain and struggling to survive, if we give him what he needs and respect his “being”, if we consider him to be a conscious being, then everything changes! I have witnessed this transformation numerous times with farm animals found and placed in shelters: a pig, a calf, a hen, a goat, a sheep. They become affectionate, playful, intelligent just like our small dog or our cat. They were like that before but had no opportunity to express their “being”.

A wild animal has this same consciousness but he is more concerned with survival and lives physically in the present. I was able to observe this when I communicated with a lynx whose odors, visions and sounds are very intense. All his senses are developed in order to allow him to survive and to interrelate with the group.


Our role as human beings is to help the animals and our planet, to discover who they are, how they think and feel, to see the world through their eyes and discover the essence of their consciousness. To succeed, this discovery must be done in silence, in putting aside our habits, our beliefs, our expectations, our words and our thoughts.

“The silent language of heart to heart is worth more than all other languages. Every conversation must end in silence.”
Ramana Maharshi


December 9, 2016
Sergio Vidhani Pertegal
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This question was raised during one of my seminars.
Well, first of all, it does not really have any particular “uses”. The beauty of this language is that for once we are not going to “use” anything.

Communication is there to allow us to understand what an animal IS. How does he think, how does he smell, how does he interact with his environment, with other animals or with his human guardians. Of course we may never be able to understand animals completely because we are humans and we filter everything through our human experience. We do not even understand other human beings nor even ourselves for that matter!

Animal Communication does help us to get closer to understanding another conscious being. It also allows us to comprehend his needs. How can I help him in the daily life that we share to-gether and understand what is best for him?

This also allows me to understand in depth the emotions and thoughts of an animal. The fact that I understand him and really feel them in my “interior” makes these experiences eternal. I can never forget what I have felt during a communication. It also helps me to just “be”, to be present while focusing on my thoughts and guiding my emotions; in other words, to just be a witness.

Animal communication allows me to enter into a modified mode of consciousness and to devel-op my “tools”, because this language is learned through the senses: through clairvoyance, clair-feeling, clairaudience, clairknowledge In this state of modified consciousness, I can have an ex-change with my animal that is more profound and less conducive to subjective interpretations. It also allows me through my senses to reach the shore of another sentient being. I can just touch the bank because, as a human, I can never completely swim in its waters. I can, however, feel its texture, smell its perfume and apprehend the grandeur of its dimension.

Thanks to the quietude and calm that I establish inside of me during a communication, I can just begin to understand, with my spirit, what unconditional love signifies.

As Paramahansa Yogananda said: “The moon’s reflection cannot be seen clearly in ruffled wa-ter, but when the water’s surface is calm a perfect reflection of the moon appears. So with the mind”


November 28, 2016
Sergio Vidhani Pertegal
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Today I smelled the odor of Willow’s wet fur. Willow is my neighbor Randi’s dog in Los Angeles. And yet today I am in Europe…So I called Randi and she sent me a photo of Willow, dripping wet after her shower. I must tell you that Willow is rarely washed as she hates the shower, but usually she smells good. The smell of her fur was quite strong in the room as if she were there with me. I don’t know why I smelled that odor; maybe she just wanted to complain about the shower as I am her aunt Laila!

It is possible to smell odors from a distance, even though they are both intangible and real. One day when I was looking for a lost cat in America, I clearly smelled the scent of orange flowers. How does this function? My brain had recognized this because, living in California and raised in Spain, I know the fragrance of orange flowers. The white cat, however, was not in California but there were orange trees in that spot. Thanks to the description of the orange flowers, the gardian recognized the place and found her cat.

Sometimes, during a communication, I may detect the smell of the damp earth, flowers, trees, grass, rain, the sea, hay, even the smell of stones warmed by the sun. There are also the odors of other animals such as cows or horses. I particularly love the smell of horses which is just de-lightful! Of course, your brain has to recognize the smell and interpret its intangibility. It has to go back into our memories; it may even add an image or a description in words. All of this takes place so rapidly one is almost unaware of it happening. It is true that smelling these odors does make the communications so alive and pleasant. There are so many things in daily life that we pay no attention to. Animals, unlike us, are aware of them as they live totally in the present. By communicating with animals we can learn to live in the present during our Life.

When my children were small and their father and I had to absent ourselves to give a concert, I used to ask them to feed the animals. To find out if they had done so, I put myself in contact with Calo, the oldest dog. Through him I could smell the odors of their food and could also know if the animals had eaten. My children were not too happy with this, but I had to be sure that the animals had been fed.

In general odors appear in a fleeting way and may be accompanied by images, words, physical or emotional sensations.Sometimes during a communication I may smell an odor that indicates a special situation: a smell of alcohol of beer or wine in the house may inform me that one of the members may have a problem of addiction. I remember, about fifteen years ago, sensing a smell of chocolate during a communication with a dog: his gardian ate chocolates at night in se-cret from her family and was very offended when I mentioned it! All the same, I was not judging her, just smelling the chocolate odor. How could I guess she was eating in secret? And since we are talking about chocolate, who does not like that delicious odor?

To continue with the theme of chocolate one day I was able to save a cat who was very sick. Thanks to the odor of chocolate that I was able to detect, his guardian was able to find the box of chocolates that the cat had hidden under her bed with the intention of eating them. The veteri-nary immediately gave him a shot thus saving the little rascal from certain death.

Sometimes I am able to perceive the odor of sickness, or of fear, but also the odor of happiness or joy which may trigger a very special sensation. It is very difficult to express all of this in words. There are also marvelous fragrances from other subtle dimensions but that is another subject.

During animal communication the odors arise spontaneously. They bring information and nothing more. The aim is just to observe them without judging, analyzing or interpreting them. We can all develop these capacities. All we have to do is pay attention to our present and concentrate on the odors that surround us. It is just a question of attention. That is all we have to do. Try and do it. You will see how wonderful it is when you succeed. This is one way of working from your inte-rior to the exterior. To succeed, you have to free yourself from the noise of our thoughts and from the chaos of our daily emotions to enter into “internal silence”. In that silence there exists a sublime fragrance: that of our own being.

“A rose by any other name, would smell as sweet”
Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare


November 16, 2016
Sergio Vidhani Pertegal
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Thanks to animal communication we can enter into the primary language of the animal. We try, as much as possible, to eliminate human interpretation of this language, This exchange of our two consciousnesses allows us to place ourselves, not from our own point of view, but from that of the animal. This exchange grows according to the degree of our own feelings of empathy and compassion.

That is why, when we communicate with an animal, we will try to eliminate as much as possible our personal filters and our tendency to project our human interpretation of the results. To do this, we must first of all put aside observation and, for those people who have worked with animals such as behaviorists, osteopaths or veterinaries, to put aside what they have learned. Afterwards, we must consciously familiarize ourselves with this language of communication. We must seek to understand how we react during it and must work on ourselves to detect and eliminate our filters.

What differentiates animal communication from the work done by ethnologues or behaviorists is that it does not depend on physical observation; physical observation is totally absent here. We try to reach as closely as possible a state of “pure perception”, to see through the eyes and senses of the animal. In this way all our being will be perceptive, non-judgemental, and kindly so that we can apprehend what the animal sees and feels both physically and emotionally. By excluding physical observation I can reach the same conclusions as the ethnologue or behaviorist, but I can also add certain elements to their observations. I sincerely believe that all these methods can be beneficial to both animals and the people working with them.

The difficulty resides in the fact that for this communication to be as “pure” as possible, we have to go through a period of self observation. This means that before beginning to communicate, we must understand what we are feeling so as to better separate the “real” from the “illusion” and thus avoid projecting our reactions on the animal. That is why learning animal communication demands rigorous work. It is important to have the discipline and the capacity to go deeper, to keep looking for the perfect way to really communicate with the animal. This is very important out of respect for the animals and also to appreciate what magnificent beings they are. When I communicate I am “lending” my voice to the animal. Finding this “truth” is therefore extremely important.

One last point: compassion and comprehension towards each sentient being are the very essence and heart of animal communication. That is what we must strive to cultivate:

“Compassion towards all beings (daya) is necessary for divine accomplishment, for God himself is overflowing with this quality. Those who are tender hearted can put themselves in the place of others, can feel their pain and try and relieve it”
Paramahansa Yogananda

Practice goodness

October 31, 2016
Sergio Vidhani Pertegal
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Jack Canfield

Many experiments have been made with animals around the notion of consciousness, especially thanks to MRIs done in England with dogs. These showed brain activity in animals and showed that animals did have emotions, thoughts and sensations. The law has now recognized that do-mestic animals are no longer considered a piece of furniture,but are sensitive beings capable of perceiving and feeling pain. All the same our society does not yet recognize them as conscious beings.

I am going to describe the tests that have been practiced on animals although i am absolutely opposed to this practice. I am discussing them so that you know what has been shown by these same tests.

For example, here is a test using electricity on monkeys. This is how it is done: So that the group of monkeys can get food, one of them gets an electric charge. During this experiment the group of monkeys has stopped eating so that the single monkey may not receive the electric charges. These tests prove, beyond a doubt, that the monkeys were aware of the following things:
– Of others suffering pain
– That this electric charge has caused another monkey to suffer pain
– That this suffering is linked to food
– I may add, as an animal communicator, that these monkeys were also aware that the situa-tion was not a normal one, but since it was question of survival at that moment and that they were exposed directly to pain and suffering through their feelings of empathy, they could not act otherwise. They were aware that this experiment was in the place (the laboratory) where they were and by the people there (the scientists). They are not going to judge or analyse the situation, but they are well aware of what is happening. So even if they are very frightened of the experiment and the scientists present, they do not judge them. Unfortunately, they only submit to them and that is all!

As a result of this experiment we see that these monkeys had awareness, but also were able to feel empathy and compassion. I want to point out that these qualities of consciousness-empathy and compassion were not evident when humans underwent the same experiment. Unlike the monkeys, humans had the tendency to increase the electric charge on the person undergoing the experiment rather than decrease it!

I think that one day when we will have evolved, we will no longer have to question the con-sciousness of other beings and certainly not make them undergo experiments to prove their awareness since it will be evident that they are sentient beings. So I think we will have to work on ourselves and develop this evolution. Let us regularly practice gestures of good will and compas-sion. These gestures are an alchemy which can transform our reality and that of others.

Communication and connection

October 10, 2016
Sergio Vidhani Pertegal
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During my communication with Hope I was able to see some very beautiful images. I was in a dimension in which I saw a lot of light like a wonderful spring day, very intense and really re-markably beautiful. These dimensions vibrate; what I mean by that is that everything that resem-bles a normal scene with trees, water, light here has a consciousness which breathes and vi-brates. Everything in this nature procures very strong sensations of awareness, breathing and love all at the same time. It is very difficult to describe these feeling in words as words can never convey the intensity of their impact. These are the sensations that I perceive and especially this feeling of light, wellness and extraordinary love that is so comforting.

Hope knows that her guardian Jamie is crying and feeling sad because she has never got over Hope’s departure. Hope then shows me a man of average height, svelte, holding in his hand a half-opened book. I watch the scene, uncomprehending. Then I see another light brown dog passing by that she is playing with. I transmit this information to Jamie who recognizes, thanks to my description, the male companion who had die before Hope and with whom she had her pup-pies.

I mention the presence of this man to Jamie, not understanding his role. Who is this man with the open book? What is he doing in this vision? Jamie replied that, according to the description, he is her deceased husband.

What this seems to signify is that when animals depart they can find humans they had loved and that when this strong love unites HEART TO HEART, we will find our loved animals on the other Side.

Laila del Monte

Questions and Reply

October 10, 2016
Sergio Vidhani Pertegal
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I defend animal rights and we know that many associations are fighting to have abandoned and maltreated animals adopted. Some of these animals are picked up by the pound and euthanized because they could not be saved.

Also, puppies and kittens are born either in the kennels of professional breeders or in the homes of individual people; animal associations cannot ensure their security with the breeders or indi-viduals since they are fighting to save the maximum number of animals.

The question that bothers me is this: do animals realize that their mission on this Earth is over when they are euthanized by the pound? What are they trying to express? What are they think-ing? Are they angry with humans who kill while they are still in good health just because they are thought to be too numerous or because there are no places for them in the shelters?

Sarah Brossillon



Dear Sarah.

I don’t believe animals think of themselves as having a “mission” on Earth. The notion of a “mis-sion” is a very delicate question since it implies that there is a difference between those who have one and those who do not. We ordinary humans cannot know what is the real “mission” of each one of us. What we do know is that every animal clings to life and is well aware when that life is in danger. No animal really accepts a gratuitous euthanasia.

I use the term “gratuitous euthanasia” to explain the difference between an euthanasia which is done as a gesture of compassion in the case of a very sick animal, suffering at the end of his life and that done to a healthy animal. We know that every living being will fight with all possible force to avoid dying. Every living being tries to hold on to life.

Animals stuck in pounds suffer from feelings of extreme fear, stress, anxiety, sadness, depres-sion even or apathy, but do not feel anger against human beings. That is a human reaction and we must be careful not to project our emotions and beliefs on them. Animals are not aware that they are supposedly too numerous or that there is no room for them in the shelters. They just suffer through the unfortunate situation. Many of these feelings of anger are typically human reactions and we feel this anger when faced with the ill treatment of animals or their unjustified death. All of us who love and respect animals feel this anger as we are regularly bombarded with images and information regarding their ill treatment and this cruelty is very difficult for us to ac-cept day after day.

Animals, on the other hand, live in the present: they do not criticize, are not judgmental and do not analyse human actions. So, in answer to your question: No, when I communicate with them, they do not talk about or react to the practice of euthanasia in the pounds, but if I pass through one of the pounds I see all the animals’ bodies, souls and eyes asking for help.

I sincerely believe that our job is to elevate our consciousness as much as possible, to practice compassion to the utmost, from day to day and to help transform us humans. Our work is to help eliminate as much as possible animal suffering; every life counts; every animal saved is a victo-ry. Every battle won in the war against animal suffering allows us to progress on the path of evo-lution.

Laila del Monte.

Hope & Euthanasia

October 5, 2016
Sergio Vidhani Pertegal
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One day I made a connection* with a female bulldog called Hope. Jamie, her gardian, had asked me for a connection because she wanted to know if she had made the right decision in having her dog euthanized because of a cancer. Jamie was struggling with a strong feeling of guilt. Not being sure that euthanasia had been the right decision, she was suffering a great deal. When I made the connection with Hope, the first information I received was about the details of her illness before she died. My purpose here is not to go into medical situations; I just want to share my feelings regarding euthanasia and whether one is ready or not for it since many people have asked me that question.

Hope’s metastases had spread throughout her body which caused her a lot of pain and suffering. It was impossible, therefore, that she could have remained alive much longer. Hope had tried to stay alive as long as possible for the sake of her guardian who was not ready to see her depart and therefore she had clung to life in spite of her illness. Very often animals wait to depart until their guardian is ready to see them go. They don’t have the same view of departing that we have: they don’t suffer from the same anxiety and fear facing the unknown that we humans do. Once they are ready to go, they can leave their bodies.

Today, modern medicine allows sick animals to prolong their lives. Also, domestic animals share our lives much more than in the past. For all of these reasons, when they are very sick and would normally be ready to depart, they stay on because we humans are not ready to see them go. We are afraid of death, afraid of the unknown, afraid to make the decision concerning euthanasia. Do we or do we not have the right to put the animal out of its suffering? Above all we are afraid of losing the unconditional love that animals give us and to be unable to live without it.

When I made the connection with Hope, I saw that she was ready to go and was waiting for her guardian to be ready as well. Was Jamie really ready to let her go? No, we are never ready for the departure of a being we love dearly. Jamie would never have been ready emotionally, but there was a point where she was able to accept the situation: that point was when she was obliged to face the reality of Hope’s departure because Hope was suffering too much. When Jamie reached that point of acceptance and resignation, Hope was also able to leave. Somewhat like a boat tied to the shore, the point is when that knot is untied. Once that knot is untied, euthanasia is no longer a death sentence, but becomes a gesture of compassion. The boat can then slide gently into the water and float towards the horizon.

*Note: A connection is when I connect my spirit with the spirit of the deceased animal.

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