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by Dawn Baumann Brunke

Animal Voices: Telepathic Communication in the Web of Life download ebook
ISBN:
1879181916
ISBN13:
978-1879181915
Author:
Dawn Baumann Brunke
Publisher:
Bear & Company (July 30, 2002)
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Pages:
288 pages
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1182 kb
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1289 kb
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Occult & Paranormal
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Rating:
4.6

Animal Voices offers us yet another unique way of tapping into the web of life.

Animal Voices offers us yet another unique way of tapping into the web of life. Spirit of Change, November/December 2002). She lives in Wasilla, Alaska.

Animal Voices: Telepathic Communication in the Web of Life. Along with a host of other animal communicators, Dawn Baumann Brunke gives animals like Echo a voice-a direct line of communication to the human mind

Animal Voices: Telepathic Communication in the Web of Life. by Dawn Baumann Brunke. Along with a host of other animal communicators, Dawn Baumann Brunke gives animals like Echo a voice-a direct line of communication to the human mind. Through Animal Voices, the animal kingdom delivers a message about deepening our spirituality and reconnecting with the web of life. Our earliest ancestors had an ongoing shamanic dialogue with the animal kingdom, but this ability has been lost to most in the modern world.

Along with a host of other animal communicators, Dawn Baumann Brunke gives animals like Echo a voice-a direct line .

Along with a host of other animal communicators, Dawn Baumann Brunke gives animals like Echo a voice-a direct line of communication to the human mind.

Dawn Baumann Brunke is the author of Animal Voices: Telepathic Communication in the Web of. .

Библиографические данные. Awakening to Animal Voices: A Teen Guide to Telepathic Communication with All Life. Издание: иллюстрированное.

Animal Voices : Telepathic Communication in the Web of Life. Since I read this book, the thoughts expressed in it are always with me. These thoughts come from the authors of the book: non-humans. They are whales, insects, horses, etc. They speak about themselves, their history, and us (watch out!).

Filled with advice from animal communication professionals and actual conversations with animals, Awakening to Animal Voices is an invitation to explore our inner way of knowing; to communicate more effectively with.

Filled with advice from animal communication professionals and actual conversations with animals, Awakening to Animal Voices is an invitation to explore our inner way of knowing; to communicate more effectively with others; and to express a more consciously alive self in the world. Awakening to Animal Voices: A Teen Guide to Telepathic Communication with.

In Animal Voices, Dawn Baumann Brunke gives animals like Echo a voice-a direct line of communication to the .

In Animal Voices, Dawn Baumann Brunke gives animals like Echo a voice-a direct line of communication to the human mind, reopening the shamanic dialogue with the animal kingdom that our earliest ancestors enjoyed.

Animals ranging from mosquitoes to elephants use their own words to guide humanity to a deeper spiritual awakening  . You're getting the VIP treatment! With the purchase of Kobo VIP Membership, you're getting 10% off and 2x Kobo Super Points on eligible items. Your Shopping Cart is empty. There are currently no items in your Shopping Cart.

Animals ranging from mosquitoes to elephants use their own words to guide humanity to a deeper spiritual awakening. • Contains interviews with 25 professional animal communicators and over 100 different animals and animal spirits. • Provides a thrilling glimpse of the possibilities of direct animal-human dialogue. According to Echo, an Arabian mare, "Humans are beings of love who have forgotten what love is and who they are." Along with a host of other animal communicators, Dawn Baumann Brunke gives animals like Echo a voice--a direct line of communication to the human mind. Through Animal Voices, the animal kingdom delivers a message about deepening our spirituality and reconnecting with the web of life. Our earliest ancestors had an ongoing shamanic dialogue with the animal kingdom, but this ability has been lost to most in the modern world. Brunke provides the techniques to reopen these connections, reminding us that when we are open to communication with animals, we are open to deeper layers of ourselves. The main contributors to this book are actual animals, who reveal themselves to be sentient beings with their own thoughts, emotions, and spiritual reasons for being on the planet. How Brunke overcame her initial skepticism and learned to hear their voices is a fascinating story. Throughout Animal Voices the author integrates her own reflections with those of the animals she interviews. The result is something that will delight animal lovers and force skeptics to reconsider their ideas about the nature of animal consciousness and the possibility of telepathic human-animal communication.
Reviews:
  • Zovaithug
This is not a light hearted read with animals chatting about their favorite activities, foods, or places to sleep. This is a collection of deep insights from the animals' higher selves. Most of the exchange is about the animals' perspective on human consciousness. Telepathic communicators relay messages like we are all connected and humans have forgotten who they really are. A dog talks about being from another planet, dolphins discuss being inter-dimensional, and several animals share the reasons they chose their current physical forms and their purposes in this lifetime. Lessons are taught - one of which is that the animals' reality isn't necessarily as we humans project it. For example, zoo animals explain that when people feel outraged at wild animals in captivity, we should understand that many of them chose that existence to share and communicate with humans (although many of us aren't listening and hearing them). In another viewpoint, some captive animals discuss being disappointed and sad because they thought their capture was temporary, sort of like a human foreign exchange student. It's definitely an interesting read and, when finished, you'll never look at animals the same again!
  • Jugore
Since I read this book, the thoughts expressed in it are always with me. These thoughts come from the authors of the book: non-humans. They are whales, insects, horses, etc.

They speak about themselves, their history, and us (watch out!). They talk about predator and prey, which includes us. They talk about karma, multi-dimensional reality, their role as pets, their 'captivity ' in zoos and on and on. They all seem to acknowledge multiple incarnations as a given. You probably should read this book if you want to expand your horizons considerably. Also, at this point in our evolution, our relations with the "animals" is strained and one might say, destructive to us and them. Their voices are channelled by about two-dozen animal communicators and the whole is brought together by Ms. Brunke, an excellent editor and writer and a very good soul.

I also have been communicating with earthly-non-humans in the past few years. However, they don't seem to speak in the twentieth-century new-agey jargon that I find in this book. I guess it's just how the communication comes out. The animals I communicate with don't use language as we know it or the thoughts behind language as we know it. Their minds are much more silent and not as chatty as some of the creatures herein: they do and they simply do. They help me to do. I think that's what we have to learn form the animals. The constant reflective thinking that we do is not what they do. So where do all of the words in this book come from? I have no doubt they come from the animals as interpreted by the communicators. Just be.

Contact with animals is a valuable tool for understanding our mother, Earth, as many species, such as insects, have been here far longer than we have. If we want to know what living on earth is all about, we must learn it from the ones who evolved and perfected themselves to live on earth millions of years ago. I've been trying to learn from them for a couple of years. My first real teacher was a small geometrid moth, who chose me since I had helped her when she was an inch worm ( I was just helping an inch worm one day, out of love for all of us). She died 5 days later. But guess what: she was still there after death and still helped me. She sent her daughter to me. That I could get help from a moth (what an idea!) was given to me by this book. This is why I recommend it.

Let's say we want to evolve our consciousness. We read many books -- all the right books to do that, but what we have is still only human knowledge. We go beyond and closer to reality when we cross species and we get closer to the pulse of earth-life itself. This brings us closer to the Tao. On earth, the Tao teaches about earth-life. When we listen carefully, it teaches about universal life.
  • Marilace
Most of the communicators interviewed are wonderful beings.
It is fascinating to read their experiences. Some of the thoughts from animals sounded outrageous to me, may be I am not there yet. On the whole a fantastic read.
  • Black_Hawk_Down.
This book was incredibly interesting. Gave a lot of insight into animal's thoughts. Can't vouch for the validity of the book's content but it certainly gives you something to think about.
  • Vispel
Thank you for the prompt service. I love the book.
  • Dainris
Wonderful book, so touching. Whether you believe in animal communication or not, the messages contained in this book help bring you peace of mind. We are all connected.
  • Kendis
For those interested in communication with animals, this dmocument is a very good start.
I don't think I have ever started to read a book that I was so disappointed by. I was expecting a great, believable, down-to-earth book, and this one was far from it. I got the impression that the writer and the animal communicators she interviewed were expressing fantastic (in the true sense of the word) thoughts thorough animals. They all seemed to make out the animals as being these Godly creatures, with no flaws. They would "speak" of the world and humans from this "better than" place. I believe animals communicate, but I do not believe that all stare at the sky and are constantly contemplating the physics of it all, just as not all humans do. I also do not believe that they are more aware of EVERYTHING than we are, and I certainly don't believe that any creature knows how this magnificent system works. There are a few parts that I enjoyed, but I put down the book feeling generally disgusted with the fact that most of the characters in this book seemed to use animals as a vehicle for their own theories. *I highly recommend "Kinship With All Life" by J. Allen Boone*