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"As a professional in the counseling field, Lori Spagna's Animals in the Afterlife eBook provides excellent information for people and teaches them simple ways to gently work through the grieving process.... I would highly recommend it to my clients and friends." -Wholistic Life Coach

In Animals in the Afterlife: Surviving Pet Loss and Turning Grief into a Gift, you will discover: Th
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Kindle Edition, 59 pages
Published June 3rd 2013 by Higher Dimensions Publishing, Inc.
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Lori Spagna is a Professional Intuitive, Animal Communicator, Energy Healer, and Empowerment Coach as well as a Canine Behavioral Expert for the Spiritually Conscious.

She has over 20 years of experience serving humans and animals around the world and is an internationally recognized expert, speaker, and author who provides seminars and workshops about how we can improve our lives by le
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“Death and Dying from the Animal’s Viewpoint   Us humans are extremely attached to our bodies. We adorn them with beautiful jewelry. We lavish them with lovely clothes. We work them out in health clubs and participate in various exercise routines. We stare at them in the mirror and determine ways that we can make them prettier, skinnier, more muscular, healthier, stronger and more perfect, or whatever. We use our time and energy cooking for them and feeding them. We fill them up with all kinds of medicines, drugs and other products to make them better when we forget how wonderfully they serve us. Sometimes, we even listen to them when they get tired and tell us to slow down and rest.   But the thing is, we are not our bodies. Our bodies are simply the vehicles or the cases or the shells which house us.   The animals already know this.   From their perspective, they know that they are not their body, and therefore, they are much less attached to it. They know that they will always be, with or with out a body, so they don’t feel as attached to those bodies as we humans do.” 3 likes
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