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Animal Voices: Telepathic Communication in the Web of Life Paperback – May 1, 2002
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"Powerful! Moving! A compelling journey reminding us that the wisdom of the animal kingdom offers a window to our own inner mysteries. Through personal experience and intimate case histories, Dawn Brunke has masterfully crafted a 'must read' for skeptics, and animal lovers, alike." (Gregg Braden, Writer, Lecturer, Guide Author of Awakening to Zero Point, Walking Between the Worlds,)
"This is an important and amazing book! With grace and eloquence, Dawn takes the reader on a wondrous journey into the rich potential of the human-animal connection. Packed with profound insights and joyful surprises, Animal Voices is educational, entertaining, and extremely pertinent to the urgent need on our planet for a deeper understanding of all life." (Steve Johnson, Flower Essence Therapist Author of The Essence of Healing)
"To those of us who have always belived in and lived within the sacredness of all life, those just awakening to it, and those needing to hear the message, Dawn gives us a profound gift in herself and Animal Voices that can do no less than greatly assist the healing consciousness now finally arriving on this planet. Thank you, Dawn, from the Heart of All That lives!" (Rita Reynolds, Founder of Howling Success, Animal Sanctuary Author of Blessing the Bridge)
"Dawn Brunke takes us through her incredible journey as she learns about animal communication. She teaches the reader that animals are our teachers -- they teach us to trust ourselves, and as a result of that trust we learn who we are. From skeptic to believer, this book will bring the reader a new insight to the world of Animal Communication." (Carol Gurney, Animal Communicator Author of The Language of Animals)
"Animal Voices cuts through the shadow of our projections and beliefs about animals with both warmth and wit. These loving and wise messages from our feathered, furred, and exoskeleton-clad kin will move hearts and minds in new directions, inspiring even the most skeptical reader. Provocative, healing, and a must read for anyone who has opened his or her heart to another species." (Joanne Lauck, author of The Voice of the Infinite in the Small: Re-visioning the Insect-Human Connec)
"We are proud to recommend this book. . . . It is well written, a joy to read, drawing us in fascination through the chapters." (laJoie, Summer 2002)
"Her determination to accurately record the information she and other communicators received gives us an unusual glimpse into the lives of many animals." (Sherry Stultz, Alaska Wellness, September/October 2002)
"I highly recommend Animal Voices to every two-legged who feels ready to learn from our furry, feathered, scaly and winged friends!" (Cynthia Larson, RealityShifters News)
"Animal Voices offers us yet another unique way of tapping into the web of life." (Spirit of Change, November/December 2002)
"It is one of the most important general animal and animal communication books to come along in quite a while." (Sally Rosenthal, Species Link, Summer 2002)
"After reading Animal Voices I understood how talking with animals could be possible, even for me." (Patricia Wade, The Chickaloon News, Winter 2002)
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Brunke began her exploration into animal communication as a detached interviewer, yet soon found herself hearing what the birds just outside her window wanted to tell her. The birds spoke as a group, yet there was a leader who gazed into her house -- and as his flock flew away, he remained behind to finish conveying his message to Brunke. Was she imagining things? Could this just be coincidence -- or was she really hearing what the birds were telling her? As further experiences proved to Brunke that she was indeed hearing what animals were saying, her continuing question and answer sessions with professional animal communicators took on much greater significance.
Brunke shares fascinating information from her own communications with animals, and also some rather startling interviews with horses, cats, dogs, buffalo, fish, dolphin, insects, and more. Many of the animal messages are surprising -- such as the dog who recalls a past life as a bear, the cat from another planet, and the parrot who was once a monk. Brunke's transformation from attempting to be an objective observer to a confident animal communicator is an inspiration to anyone who would like to learn how to listen to the animals, and she conveys the messages from animals with warmth and humor. I highly recommend ANIMAL VOICES to every two-legged who feels ready to learn from our furry, feathered, scaly and winged friends!
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.Read more ›
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For those interested in communication with animals, this dmocument is a very good start.Published 17 months ago by Rosa Elena Mendiola Matus
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.Published 22 months ago by FLRN
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... Read morePublished on April 29, 2010 by S. Coyle
This is the best book I have read about animal communication. Its mostly from the animals point of view and is amazing. Read morePublished on December 16, 2007 by R. Niceley
This is not a light hearted read with animals chatting about their favorite activities, foods, or places to sleep. Read morePublished on March 25, 2007 by S. Desany
Animal Voices opens a window to a relationship with animals that some of have always suspected existed, but only recently have been able to validate. Read morePublished on August 4, 2005 by Rita Breitbart