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The Language of Animals: 7 Steps to Communicating with Animals

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A Step-by-Step Program for Communicating With Your Animals

The human/animal spiritual connection is a powerful one. In this astounding guide, renowned animal communicator Carol Gurney draws upon fifteen years of successful communication with animals to offer animal lovers what they’ve always longed for: a simple, effective method for “listening to” and communicating with t
ebook, 272 pages
Published December 10th 2008 by Dell (first published August 7th 2001)
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Elizabeth Eiler
The author is obviously a gifted telepath and medium, and while she outlines some good basic skills, those newly honoring their intuition shouldn't expect the same results as Ms. Gurney who, for example, has located missing animals with easy, exact precision and detailed descriptions of their whereabouts.

This book has good basic grounding meditations and introduction to energy work, and it provides good references for further study that interested me (Diane Stein's book about animal healing and
david conner
Apr 04, 2016 david conner rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Prissy " Boo" Conner

After the loss of our little girl dog to cancer my brother who is an animal communicator recommended I read Carol's book. We have always treated animals as a part of our family . By the time we realized our little girl was sick she only had five days left to live . This was the first-time we had to make the decision to have one of the dogs we loved so dearly put to sleep . We knew this was the right thing to do to not let her suffer anymore but that did not make it any easier
Apr 22, 2015 Blaine rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I have worked as a volunteer at the local Humane Society and have enjoyed the companionship of a dog for the majority of my life. I found the book interesting and confirmed some of my own thoughts and impressions when it came to relating to our animal friends. If I am able to learn something from a book then I tend to be more lenient with my ratings. The author has some great anecdotes when it comes to re-enforcing her coaching methods. An easy and informative read if you are interested in the f ...more
Huma Rashid
Apr 27, 2012 Huma Rashid rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Call me crazy, but I've always believed in the power to communicate with animals. Not in terms of specific, detailed conversations, exactly, but in terms of feelings? Definitely. I volunteer at the Humane Society shelter near me and have always had a lot of success getting kennel-crazy dogs to calm down, stop jumping me, and relax, just by thinking calm, serene thoughts and channeling that energy to them. (At least, that's what I think I'm doing!) Plus, it's been proven that dogs can sense thing ...more
Jadi Kindred
Nov 19, 2015 Jadi Kindred rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Love, love, love the quote, "Not surprisingly, people who have low self-esteem or are self-critical often surround themselves with animals. They isolate from humans and gravitate toward animals, intuitively knowing that an animal's love will enable them to feel a sense of security and safety in the world again. They may even restore their human relationships after healing through the animal's love."
Feb 07, 2008 Eri rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: non-animal lovers and animal lovers
Shelves: inspiring
People from every walks of life who are non-animal lover perhaps find it very difficult that we as human actually are able to communicate with any kinds of animals.

As Masaru Emoto's said in his phenomenal books about the truth power of water, that everything in the universe have certain "wave of live" that will 'resonance' or in other words, response towards each other if there's any connection between them, or if their 'frequency' are the same.

Carol gave clear explanations for all of us in this
Jun 07, 2015 Luminea rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The anecdotes throughout the book were very inspiring and I was touched by many of them. The author's explanation of how to communicate was very simple and easy to follow, although some others have provided more detail in their books. A very enjoyable and approachable book for learning to communicate with animals.
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