Coryelle Kramer has been connecting and speaking with animals since she was a child. Just like humans, animals have distinct personality types. Coryelle has identified six “Animal Dynamics©,” which have redefined and transformed the art of animal communication. With this new method of understanding an animal’s personality, an owner can adapt their actions, words, touches, tone, environment, and more to work with rather than fight against their pet’s innate behavior. She is passionate about showing people how to connect to their animals using her new method of Dynamics techniques to take their relationships to an even deeper, more profound level. A native of New York City, she was also raised in upstate NY, which enabled her to gain more experience with many different types of animals. This ingrained her love for animals and her goal to be a world-class communicator. She is a gifted animal communicator, and is a descendant of several Native American Indian tribes. She works with all animals from cats and dogs to horses, birds, reptiles, goats, and even wildlife. Coryelle has helped clients across the United States and in over 20 countries, including in Europe, Australia, South Africa, Saudi Arabia and Japan. Coryelle is featured regularly on TV and radio shows, podcasts, and in print. She speaks and mentors on subjects including animal communication, and energetic healing, while continuing her one-on-one work with clients. She enjoys helping animals and their owners, and her results have been nothing short of extraordinary!
Coryelle recently discussed her career and more via an exclusive interview.
Meagan Meehan (MM): How did you discover your love for animals and your ability to communicate with them?
Coryelle Kramer (CK): When I was small, about three or so, my mother and I were out grocery shopping. She stopped to talk to a neighbor and turned her back, and my attention was immediately drawn to a huge dog a few feet away, a Rottweiler. I suddenly knew that he was very sad because no one would pet him, and all he wanted in the whole world was to be petted and rubbed. I went over to him, he lay down on his back, and I began to rub his belly. I heard him say how happy he was, and he thanked me, I smiled, and then his owner came out of the store and began shouting “GET AWAY FROM MY DOG, HE’S VICIOUS!’” He grabbed his dog’s leash and stormed away. I remember being so shocked; he was sweet and loving dog, he wasn’t mean. My mother turned back to me and I told her what I had heard the dog ask for. My mother, who was an amazing woman, said to me “Well, isn’t that magical, my girl? You can talk with animals.” And I’ve been talking with them ever since.
MM: What species do you work with most frequently?
CK: Most frequently varieties of dogs, cats, and horses, but the list really goes on and on with the different types of animals I have spoken with.
MM: Which has been the most unusual or difficult species you have worked with?
CK: Because they are unusual as pets, I would say insects, which actually can make great pets. For example, I once did a session with a banana spider. I would put reptiles next on the list of the unusual; I currently have a client who is a gecko. In terms of difficult, I don’t like to use that word; I would say “challenging.” The most recent that comes to my mind would be a Labradoodle named Maisy. She was having trouble being in the car, and after talking and working with her I discovered that her person’s attitude while driving was the real reason for her distress. Once I helped her person around that issue it was all fine. She rides in the car now without a problem.
MM: What are the most common animal issues you see?
CK: The most common for the moment are issues with health and wellbeing, such as a chronic issue that vets can’t explain, or knowing when the end of life is approaching, or simply making sure their animal is in the best health they can be. And behavioral issues like separation anxiety, fears, aggression, dominance, or urinating or defecating inside the house, to name a few.
MM: You work all over the world, so what have been your coolest experiences?
CK: I was once flown to a home of a man in the Tuscan Italian countryside to help him with his greyhounds, who had severe aggression issues. This year I worked with a young dog in Dubai; the dog’s person had taken her to quite a few vets, but no one could discover the reason behind her skin issues. I was able to discover the unusual things she was sensitive to. I’ve found that although I’ve worked with animals all over the world, their issues are generally similar. Just as with people, the challenges are not necessarily related to the geography of the people, it’s more what is going on with the people themselves.
MM: How does working remotely help your business?
CK: Obviously, as we’ve all learned in the COVID years, working remotely enables you to talk with and connect to others all over the world. It’s an expansive way of opening up doors that if you only worked locally would not be open to you. I still am available and am hired to do my sessions in person, but the remote aspect broadens the audience who hire me for the unique work I do with the Animal Dynamics as well as animal communication.
MM: How long did it take you to develop Animal Dynamics and narrow down the principles?
CK: The idea for the Dynamics came to me as I was driving back from Colorado to Santa Fe, so within a few moments. I remember the idea felt so LIFE CHANGING that I had to pull over, because I was shaking with excitement. The foundation and framework of them have developed over the last two-plus years, but the amazing construction of it is ever-evolving (and I hope it always will be so). I believe that constant evolution means it won’t become stagnant. This work can change and IS changing the relationships between humans and animals.
MM: What has been the most memorable case of your career and why?
CK: When I first connected to an unbelievable horse named Ben, I went through the list of Dynamics, in order to find which one(s) matched his personality. I went down the list and tried one Dynamic and I got a “no” sense, then another and another. At this point I remember feeling curious and confused, but also I felt a rise of excited anticipation, although I wasn’t sure why. Then I checked the fourth Dynamic, and again I got a “no,” and when I checked the last one, I knew it was going to be a “no,” too, Then I realized that a brand-new Dynamic personality had emerged! It was a really exciting time, because before that the Dynamics were only thought to be five in all.
MM: What are your ultimate career goals and what cool projects are coming up for you soon?
CK: To broaden the reach of the Animal Dynamics and take them worldwide, enabling me to help people and their animals even more. I’m also in negotiations for personal workshops in Mexico and Bimini next year. I’m currently launching a new series of podcasts to work with the Animal Dynamics over the holidays, so find me on Facebook or YouTube to view them.
MM: Is there anything else that you would like to talk about?
CK: I believe that humanity is on the cusp of transforming their relationships with the animal world. That interspecies communication is the future to our survival, and that understanding that animals are thinking, feeling, sentient beings who are our equals is the only way we can transform the humanity collective. I know that the Animal Dynamics will help achieve that!
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