Lately, when thinking about life, searching for meaning and looking at animals, trees and other beings, there is an idea that keeps coming to my mind: what is important is not you or me; what is important is what we do with the space in between us.
Look at ants for example. Ants as individuals are not important, but their work, their input and their energy is what keeps the whole group alive and healthy and together they fulfil the role that they are supposed to do.
I don’t know what role humans have on earth; but I do feel that I am not important and that what matters is what I do with the time that I have, in the space I live in. So, I have already presented you with what I do and this is how I want to use the space between me and others. I don’t think ‘me’, is important; but since this is a service that you may want to employ, I understand that you may want to know who is behind it.
Well, behind that, it is me, Laura G. Torres.
I always wanted to be with animals and to be in nature; I loved all beings that moved and always wanted to spend time in my parents’ house in the mountains, climbing on trees and playing under bushes pretending that I lived in a forest amongst the animals.
Communicating with animals was my first dream or idea of what I wanted to do, but apparently it was not possible, so I started by focusing on, what I felt was, my other passion: wildlife rehabilitation.
I qualified as a vet nurse and worked in different vet clinics and in exotic animal centers for many years, before starting a career as a wildlife rehabilitator working for four years in different centers in Spain and UK.
Always trying to get closer to nature, to understand it the best way I could, I acquired a qualification in Science with the ‘Open University’ of UK, a BSc Open Degree (Bachelor of Science).
Always with a high curiosity for the alternative, when somebody told me more than 10 years ago about animal communication I knew I had found the missing part of me. I did a course in animal communication, and then I practiced a lot and I studied with different tutors to learn different ways and methodologies.
I have been employing this skill ever since, discovering the uses of it, discovering the life inside beings and trying to help as many humans and their pets as possible and to help animals in sanctuaries and those that I encountered along my path.
For me doing animal communication is not only my passion and my calling, but I also feel it is my responsibility towards improving the relationship between humans and the natural world we belong to.