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Animal voices : telepathic communication in the web of life

Author: Dawn Baumann Brunke
Publisher: Rochester, Vt. : Bear & Co., ©2002.
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Presents interviews with 25 professional animal communicators and over 100 different animals and animal spirits to demonstrate that animals are sentient beings with their own thoughts, emotions, and spiritual reasons for being on the planet, and that the animal kingdom can help humans deepen their spirituality and reconnect with the web of life.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Dawn Baumann Brunke
ISBN: 1879181916 9781879181915
OCLC Number: 49511722
Description: ix, 278 : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction: The web --
PART ONE: THROUGH THE UNKNOWN, REMEMBERED GATE: The journey home --
How does it work? --
Beginning with birds --
Fear, filters, and finding a neutral zone --
The jump --
PART TWO: MANY ROADS FOR TRAVELING SOULS: Jing: why a Buddhist monk becomes a parrot --
Bears: a dog who becomes a bear, a bear who becomes a dog, and spirit of polar bear --
Violet: on being a cat and light worker --
Past lives, future lives, and living in the now --
Echo: on elevating consciousness and the equine form --
PART THREE: A QUESTION OF PERSPECTIVE: Moving past the comfort zone --
Beyond karma and back --
The Innernet --
PART FOUR: THE CALL FOR TRANSFORMATION: Buddy, Ellie, and ancestor horse: welcome to knowing --
Miracle and manifestation made real --
The role of the Llamas: holders of the light --
Dolphins, whales, and the multidimensional now --
The Cetacean nation: love the greater love --
PART FIVE: INTO THE SHADOW: Animals into captivity --
Pets --
Pests --
In quest of learning: animal research and human education --
Animals eating animals: the predator/prey relationship --
PART SIX: SHADOW AND BEYOND: Exploring shadowland --
Animal spirits: talks with coyote, jaguar, and crow --
The mosquito story --
Where all the world is wise --
PART SEVEN: REMEMBERING THE SACRED WEB: Recalling the song --
Zak's chapter: Finding your truth --
Closet doors and spirit dust --
Appendix: How to begin.
Responsibility: Dawn Baumann Brunke.
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Presents interviews with 25 professional animal communicators and over 100 different animals and animal spirits to demonstrate that animals are sentient beings with their own thoughts, emotions, and spiritual reasons for being on the planet, and that the animal kingdom can help humans deepen their spirituality and reconnect with the web of life.

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