Animal Wisdom by Anita Curtis

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"""Animals are a joy and a delight to communicate with,” states author Anita Curtis. “They are so open and honest, willing to freely give unconditional love and ask for so little in return. In Animal Wisdom: How To Hear the Animals, she relates wonderful tales gathered from years in private practice as an animal communicator. In this book is a moving story about a horse who longed to have a baby, a dog that helped solve a crime, and a cat who sent a comforting message beyond the grave to its human companions.

In the last section are easy-to-follow exercises that will help readers develop the skills to communicate with their pets. The health benefits of human/animal relationships are well known. This unique, funny and useful book helps ignorant humans to better understand the remarkable creatures that enrich our lives so much."
 

About Anita Curtis

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Curtis, in addition to her private practice, lectures and presents workshops throughout the United States.
 
Published April 10, 2001 by iUniverse. 226 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction

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