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If Only They Could Talk, The Miracles of Spring Farm (2005)

by Bonnie Jones Reynolds

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... William James declares that we need not refuse belief until an idea is indisputably proven. We do well to be cautious, but if a concept we favor is supported by some evidence, we have the right to believe. This book can expand our mental world as well as our hearts.
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In an uplifting story of selfless dedication and limitless compassion, the authors offer entertaining and convincing insight into the minds of their animal companions.
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To Three Mothers, Willa Dean Newcomb Jones, Jaqueline Hayman, Bertl Unkel
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To my dying day I'll relive the moment in that Halloween night of 1993 when Dawn burst into the bedroom where I was sleeping. "Bonnie! The barn's on fire!"
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Authors: Bonnie Jones Reynolds and Dawn E. Hayman
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Very importantly, and aside from the physical formation and growth of Spring Farm CARES, this is the story of the awakening and flowering of the immense talents of animal communicator Dawn Hayman, and the spiritual growth of both of the authors under the tutelage of a bevy of Master Teachers in animal bodies.
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Welcome to Spring Farm, where animals and people come together -- to explore their own natural ability to communicate with each other....

Something magical is happening on a small farm in upstate New York. Animals of all shapes and sizes are living side by side -- talking, listening, learning, and loving -- along with caring people who have come to learn the secrets of interspecies communication. It's a gift that all of us are born with, as long as we're willing to open our hearts and minds to the gentle creatures who share our world.

This is what happened at Spring Farm when two very special women gave shelter to animals that were sick or abandoned. As trust and affection grew between them, so did their capacity to exchange feelings and thoughts. Today, the miracle of Spring Farm CARES is shared through communication workshops for visitors, students, and animal lovers. So come discover the magic of Spring Farm. Humans are more than welcome....

You'll meet Ricardo the duck, who explains that he won't leave his warm nest in a nearby chimney even if the house owners disapprove...Chubby the horse, who shares her feelings of despair when her barn catches fire...Elvis the kitten, who wiggles like a rock star...Sugar the Shetland pony, who dedicates a poem to her long-lost herd...and a whole menagerie of mouse-friendly cats, loving llamas, gregarious guinea pigs, delightful dogs, and other amazing critters.

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