Personal Book Recommendations
for Animal Communication, Health
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Pawstalking: A Course in Communicating with Animals, by Lisa Larson
Have you ever wondered what animals have to say? Animal communicator Lisa Larson, M.A. offers simple and effective instructions on how to communicate with animals in an engaging, relatable, step-by-step format. Using her techniques, you can discover and develop your potential to change the lives of animals and their people.
Lisa shares heartwarming personal experiences which effortlessly guide your understanding of the importance and responsibility that comes with knowing how to communicate with animals. Through a series of thoughtfully-crafted exercises, tips and techniques, she challenges you to explore your intuitive abilities, as well as your beliefs about animals, yourself, life and the universe as a whole. After reading Pawstalking: A Course in Communicating with Animals you will never look at animals, nature, or yourself in the same way again. —
Good for beginners. Easy to read. Includes exercises.
While I don’t agree with Carol Gurney’s insistence that there is no psychic element to speaking with animals (telepathy is telepathy, no matter how you use it), “7 Steps to Communicating with Animals” is a straight-forward and clear-cut introduction to animal communication.
Health and Healing
“Don Beckett presents a picture of Reiki that feels like what Reiki is suppose to be: an honest healing modality that comes from intention, rather than a list of processes that someone else tells you it ‘has’ to be.
In my own Reiki sessions, I rarely use symbols, and I use several different energetic healing modalities. I found it most interesting the history of why the symbols were first used, in teaching, and was impressed with what felt like the ‘real’ history of Reiki. I highly recommend this book.” ~Lisa Larson (Amazon)
Great reference book with information on natural diet and holistic care for both dogs and cats. (Cover picture is of older version.)
An introduction and a guide to the vast world of natural methods, treatments, and foods that are now available for cats. Veterinarians from around the country offer information and opinions to help you determine what’s best for your cat. In addition to showing you how to develop a healthy diet for your pet, these doctors will tell you about alternative treatments such as homeopathy, acupuncture, chiropractic care, massage, and herbal medicine.
I just had to share a pic with you. Since you spoke with Ciara about being
nicer to Chico, I noticed she wasn’t quite as hateful. Then tonight I took this pic. Them grooming each other
lasted over 30 minutes with no fussing!!!! This is the very first time that has ever happened.
Thank you so much!
Bo, Ciara & Chico