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Learning Their Language: Intuitive Communication with Animals and Nature (edition 2003)

by Marta Williams

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Forget about whispering to horses, our author knows their language and talks to them. Almost everyone has had a moment when they felt a connection to an animal, almost as if they were communicating. According to animal communicator and author Marta Williams, they probably were. Over the past 13 years, Marta has worked with clients (people and the animals in their lives) to resolve behavior and training problems, find lost animals, assist animals that are ill or dying, and help animals get along with each other. Her human clients have contacted her from all parts of the globe, and her animal clients have included horses, dogs, and cats. In the course of her work, she has come to believe that anyone can learn to communicate with animals and with nature, and this inviting book teaches readers how they can use techniques and exercises to tune in and learn this language.… (more)
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Title:Learning Their Language: Intuitive Communication with Animals and Nature
Authors:Marta Williams
Info:New World Library (2003), Paperback, 256 pages
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This is Williams's basic how-to manual. She offers exercises in her other books as well, but this is the most detailed. ( )
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Forget about whispering to horses, our author knows their language and talks to them. Almost everyone has had a moment when they felt a connection to an animal, almost as if they were communicating. According to animal communicator and author Marta Williams, they probably were. Over the past 13 years, Marta has worked with clients (people and the animals in their lives) to resolve behavior and training problems, find lost animals, assist animals that are ill or dying, and help animals get along with each other. Her human clients have contacted her from all parts of the globe, and her animal clients have included horses, dogs, and cats. In the course of her work, she has come to believe that anyone can learn to communicate with animals and with nature, and this inviting book teaches readers how they can use techniques and exercises to tune in and learn this language.

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