If animals could talk, what would they say? In Wisdom of the Animals, animal communicator Raphaela Pope shares the remarkable dialogues she has had with her friends in the animal kingdom. This unique collection of stories will amaze and inspire anyone who loves animals - as the animals themselves speak about death, creativity, and humans.
You'll deepen your relationship with animals - and learn to communicate with them yourself - as Raphaela explains the art of animal communication. You'll develop your own telepathic ability as you learn to connect directly with the heart and mind of your own animals. In time you will discover the intelligence, humor, and good will of those wise beings we share our planet with.
Learn about these real life stories:
Benoji the cat explaining the mystique of black cats
Theo the dog describes his previous life in Tibet
Willie the horse and his Person learn how to communicate their needs to each other
Animal communicators from around the country joining together to successfully warn 20,000 gray whales about threatening hunters
Wisdom of the Animals is an entertaining, provocative look inside the lives of animals and their relationships with human beings. It will touch and inspire animal lovers everywhere.
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Table of ContentsAcknowledgments
Chapter 1 The Cat's Meow
Chapter 2 God Spelled Backwards
Chapter 3 My Kingdom for a Horse
Chapter 4 Leviathans
Chapter 5 Playing with Dolphins
Chapter 6 Wild Birds
Chapter 7 Los Lobos
Chapter 8 Animal Communication
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book describes a number of instances of human-animal communication by the authors, with everything from household pets to whales and wolves. It is charmingly written, with thought-provoking details from the perspective of the animal. One such description, of the rescue of a lost cat by getting it to send a telepathaic description of its location, is truly amazing. For me, it opened up a whole new world¿the last section of the book contains detailed instructions on how to go about communicating with Fido or the parrot which I found to be surprisingly effective. I would recommend this book for anyone.