Connecting You Deeper With Your Animals | Animal Michael Lane

Animal Michael Lane connects you deeper to your animal companions

Animal Innovations Show - Episode 122 - Animal Michael Lane

Connecting You Deeper With Your Animals | Animal Michael Lane

Are you having problems communicating with your animal companions?

Animal Michael Lane is an animal communicator who can help you connect deeper with your animals.

According to Michael,

“My main job is really animal communication. And that is through telepathy, which, I know, is like a woo woo thing. But it’s actually pretty practical.”

Becoming Animal Michael Lane

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Michael has been a professional editor of movie trailers for years. However, he’s always loved animals.

In fact, he credits all his experience—and where he is today—to his four-legged companions.

“I never grew up with cats. I got a cat in my twenties. And that experience, the relationship I had with my cats, made me realize, ‘Oh my God. I care about this animal just as deeply as any human.’ Even putting it in words doesn’t do it justice.”

Eventually, he had other experiences along the way with animals that made them more important to him.

This went on until one day, he started feeling burnout in his film editing career.

“I was just wondering, ‘Is there something else I can do?’ So, I went on a month-long trip. I volunteered to help rehabilitate abused elephants in Thailand,”

he said.

This experience would later prove to be fateful since it made Michael realize that he wanted to do something to help animals.

At the time, however, Michael had no idea how he would go through it.

So what he did was take an animal communication class.

Michael shared, looking back,

“In that class, the teacher was communicating with other people’s animals. And the people could easily confirm that her details were right. So, I became more serious in the study.”

After learning the animals’ natural language, Michael thought of using this skill to communicate with them to solve problems.

To this end, his services include helping find lost animals, energy healing, and end-of-life support for pets.

Energy healing is a non-invasive way to support the health and well-being of our furry companions. On the other hand, end-of-life support is for animals who are at the end of their lives, while emotional support is for their humans.

Michael lives in the Hollywood Hills with his wife Diahann and his family of cats: Butch, Sundance, Picasso, Lyle, Yoda, and Luna Bear.

His goal is to not only help people with their immediate issues with their animals but also connect us all on a deeper level to our brother and sister animals.


Learn more about Michael Lane!

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Michael: I am Animal Michael Lane, and you are tuned in to The Animal Innovations Show.

Chris: Tell us who you are and how you’re innovating and helping animals.

Michael: I am Animal Michael Lane because—yeah when people think of my name, they think of animals. And my main job is really animal communication, and that is through telepathy, which I know that’s like a woo-woo thing, but it’s actually pretty practical.

It’s kind of like I’ve just learned the animal’s natural language. It’s like learning a language.

So, I can communicate with them. And that’s my main job. I communicate with animals. This is in order to usually solve problems. I also offer energy healing for animals.

So, it’s sort of a non-invasive way to sort of help them support their bodies and stuff.

I also offer end-of-life support for animals, like when they are at the end of their lives, and you know, the emotional support for the humans because that is a huge event for everyone.

And I also offer a service to help find lost animals.

Chris: Is this something that, I mean you mentioned that you haven’t always done this, right? So, give us the story. How did you get into this?

Was there an event in your life or how did you come on this journey to be able to do this?

Michael: As you said, I think I’ve edited movie trailers.

That was my career for years and years and years. So, I’ve always loved animals. I really have, like— through—you know I’d be one of those people, like, if I met someone on the street, I kind of like, go to their animal first and like, you know, really give a warm greeting.

All the experiences that turned me towards this work were because of animals. And was just like, looking to is there something else I can do or something?

I went on a trip volunteering to help rehabilitate elephants in Thailand.

These are sort of elephants who came from tourist camps or were abused or logging. And that experience, after I came back from that, I knew that I wanted to do something to help animals.

And then so I just took an animal communication class. I was like: Wow, you can do this. In that class, they were doing it— the teacher was doing it with other people’s animals, and they were like, “Whoa.”

And so, then I just went into the more serious study, and I was like: Okay, I want to do this. It’s not just a cool thing, and it’s actually happening.

Once I was doing it with other people, and they were like,  “Wow, how did you know that, right?”

That just sort of, in a way, began the journey.

Chris: I think that’s the most fascinating thing. But how does a typical session work? Is it cats, dogs? Are there particular types of animals and maybe what are the kinds of things that they’re reaching out for help with?

Michael: Good question.

That is the main part of my job, and mostly it is cats and dogs, horses, snakes, and lizards, can all communicate.

And so, yeah, a lot of the problems are like, I don’t know why my dog is suddenly aggressive, probably 50%, if not more severe anxiety.

Typically, people go to the vet, while the vet—the vet is great for physical problems, but emotional problems, anxiety, they have like, what Prozac?

And those aren’t things that when you can communicate with the animal, then you can actually have solutions so you can improve their lives and not just like, give them a drug.

Like, no animals natural nature is to be aggressive or to be anxious. And those are the things I help with.

Chris: Now, when you are communicating with an animal, how does it work? Is it imagery? Is it words? Is it feelings? Like, how are you, like how did that go?

Michael: Their language is telepathy, and I know that even that is like a loaded term. But again, once you do it, you realize it’s practical.

Transference is a simple definition of transference of pictures, words, and feelings from one living being to another.

So, the thing is, we know telepathy, telepathy is— we’re born with this. And so, when we do a session, what I do is I just meditate to get into sort of the quietest, most neutral part. I have a photo of the animal usually, and the photo is sort of having the address of where the energy lives.

So, that’s how I know.

Chris: I thought one of the things that is really interesting is you also help with lost pets. So, maybe explain to people how does that work when somebody loses a cat or a dog, I’m guessing primarily, you know, where do you begin?

Michael: You know, for energetically tracking the animal— I use EFT tapping.

Like, if you are in fear and you’re in panic out, we want to attract the animal back. So, EFT tapping helps with that.

A lost animal brings in, like, everything. I have to do everything in that. But it all starts. And the most important piece is animal communication.

That’s a direct link in connection with this animal, that the person doesn’t have a direct link physically anymore because they’re gone, right.

That keeps that connection going.

Chris: Is it possible for anybody to really learn some of these techniques? You either have it or you don’t. This is stuff that you can actually learn and practice and do a better job at.

Michael: Yes, that’s really important. We can all do this. In my class, I teach you. I tell you exactly what it is.

We just go in a lot more detail than I can go here about what’s going on, but it’s like a natural ability, and that goes away with practice.

Chris: Michael, this has been quite a journey for you from being skeptic to now actually being an instructor in this.

I’m curious, what have you learned about yourself in the process?

Michael: I have learned to be open. That is one of the things.

Chris: Well, Michael, if people are interested in learning more and get in touch with you. Where can they go?

Michael: So, all my places are Animal Michael Lane. 


And you can email me at [email protected]

Chris: Yeah, very cool. Well, Michael, I really appreciate you sharing this with us and as I wrap up our show here today. I just want to remind people Michael is a great example.

He started out as a complete skeptic and I’m guessing people that are watching listening have had events where they’ve had ideas for ways that they can help animals.

If you’ve got an idea for a product or service or anything that’s helping animals, we want to know about it.

So, please go to INNOVATIONS.SHOW and we’d love to have you on the show and don’t forget to sign up to be a Dooberteer, so go to DOOBERT.COM where you can be a foster or transporter there’s so many different things that you can do to help animals.

So Michael, thank you again for coming on. I really enjoyed it.

Michael: It was such a great honor and thank you for the work you do. I think it is a great service to all people who love animals.

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