Have you ever thought of Earth's creatures as healers or guides? What will they teach you if you open up your mind to them?
In this newly revised edition of her pioneering book, Penelope Smith shares powerful insight into advanced interspecies communication techniques, showing yet again why When Animals Speak has been a valued resource for almost two decades.
Smith presents accessible methods that illuminate the astonishing ways humans can communicate with all Earth's creatures. This advanced guide will unlock your intuitive consciousness, enlightening your spiritual understanding of the world and your connection to it. In addition to chapters devoted to developing and enhancing mind-to-mind communication with animals -- whether it be cherished household pets or slugs in your garden -- When Animals Speak provides a fascinating look at animals as healers and teachers. Explore dealing with loss, reincarnation, and moments of transition; learn how animals think and perceive differently than humans; and even communicate with spirits of nature. Most importantly, Smith shows us that communication stems from compassion -- a true willingness to share and listen to our animal friends.
Penelope Smith is the well-known pioneer in the field of interspecies communication for more than forty years, author of the popular books Animal Talk and When Animals Speak, and editor of the quarterly magazine Species Link. Her visionary work has been featured in the United States and abroad. She has developed amazing telepathic communication techniques that complement both ancient wisdom and modern scientific knowledge and believes that the sacred connection we make through telepathic communication with other species is essential for human wholeness. She lives in Prescott, Arizona.
Publisher: Atria Books/Beyond Words (August 4, 2009)
"With great warmth and precision Penelope expands the field of interspecies communication to a spiritual awareness of the interrelatedness of all beings." - Linda Tellington-Jones, founder of TTEAM, the Tellington-Jones Equine Awareness Method and "the Tellington TTouch," which promotes healing, training, and communicating with animals
"More than ever, we need to listen to When Animals Speak. I had read this enlightening book years ago, but today, its voice is more timely, more urgent, more vital than words can express." - Susan Chernak McElroy, author of Why Buffalo Dance
"An important contribution to the welfare and understaning of animals, and for a greater harmony between humans and animals." - Peter Caddy, cofounder of the Findhorn Community in Scotland