Signed - Straight from the Horse's Mouth: How to Talk to Animals and Get Answers - Amelia Kinkade
Date Listed 22/11/2016
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Straight from the Horse's Mouth: How to Talk to Animals and Get Answers
What if you could listen to your pet s thoughts and truly understand? What if your cat could reveal his mischievous secrets or your dog could tell you about her day? What if you could assure him you d be back soon or comfort her about visiting the vet? You can, and animal communicator Amelia Kinkade will show you how. In Straight from the Horse s Mouth, she shares her practical program that has helped hundreds of clients break through to communicate with their pets. Using guided meditations and other exercises designed to increase intuition, you can learn to share memories, make plans, diagnose illness, track a disappearance, and accept each other s differences. Read Amelia Kinkade s adventures in animal communication in all their hilarity, passion, and tenderness, and know that you too can talk to animals and get answers.
The Barnes & Noble Review
When Amelia Kinkade, an animal lover and unemployed actress, took her cat, Rodney, to an animal psychic for help with some behavioral problems, she was amazed with the results. Her own intuitive talents surfaced at an animal communication workshop shortly thereafter.
Now listed among the 100 top psychics in America, Kinkade has made believers out of people like Dr. Bernie Siegel and the well-known vet Allen M. Schoen, author of Kindred Spirits. Kinkade firmly believes that 100 years from now telepathy will be considered no more exciting than eating with a fork: It is a learned skill, and a skill worth learning. Here she shares exercises, meditations, and guidance for communicating nonverbally with animals, a skill she has used to find missing animals, help diagnose health or behavioral problems, or just enjoy a good conversation at the zoo!
Even if you're skeptical about the possibility of animal telepathy, you'll find plenty of great animal stories to enjoy -- the Afghan hound with an itch, the iguana who stopped eating, the horse who wouldn't go to the farthest side of the ring, and the reappearance of her own cat, Rodney. You also may want to pay attention to Kinkade's firm conviction that animals can tell time and that every animal needs to know the amount of time he or she will need to wait for you. (Hold on, Kurty, I'll be finished with this review in five minutes, and then we can go play ball.)