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Untamed Voices: If you listen... They will speak Paperback – February 21, 2014
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Sue Steffens is founder and executive director of Tigers For Tomorrow Exotic Animal Preserve, Inc., a 140 acre Wild Animal Preserve and Rescue for animals that have lost their jobs or owners. Tigers For Tomorrow is a last stop for all the animals that come to live at the preserve. All animals are equally respected and given their dignity. "Each animal at the preserve is considered an individual with unique personalities, emotions, likes, and dislikes. Caretakers provide the highest quality of care during the entire life of each animal and provide them with reverence when their time comes to move on to the spirit world. It is our hope that when you close this book you will no longer see each of these animals as what they are, but you will understand fully who they are." -Sue Steffens. “When we animals come here, we are suddenly dignified and important. We are no longer throw-aways. We become the cell, the organs and the oxygen in a world where we are the focus. It is truly a world of our own, where we are the masters.” - Benny the Black Leopard. Debbie McGillivray is a professional animal communicator and pet intuitive with over 15 years experience and clients across the globe. She is author of the book “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Pet Psychic Communication” and has been featured on the National Geographic Channel as well as many local news programs. She believes that we all hold the ability to communicate with our animal friends and is dedicated to opening people’s hearts and minds to this phenomenon. She holds workshops nationally to help people develop this ability. You can find out more about Debbie and her work at www.Animaltelepathy.com. "I feel very blessed to be able to bridge the gap between humans and animals, to bring about healing, understanding, and growth. It is through this subtle communication that questions are answered, compromise is achieved and harmony restored. Animals have so much to teach us, all we have to do is open our hearts and listen. It is my goal and vision for people and animals to understand each other on a deeper level through mutual respect, communication, and compassion, so that we may once again live in harmony with all living things. Only then will this world be truly healed.” - Debbie McGillivray.
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A great light read but not meant to be informative in animal communication. It did provide, however, from time to time some insight into the feelings of the animals.
Now Debbie McGillivray has come along with a new series, much needed 30 years after Castenada and Andrews. This time, the speaker is not a Native American but an animal - in fact, a number of animals she spoke to in sanctuaries.
Yes, Debbie communicates with animals. She's a small, humble woman yet she bursts with ebullience when teaching animal communication. It's her passion. And she's good at it. If you want to know how, get her other book - The Complete Idiot's Guide to Pet Psychic Communication. So Debbie went to these sanctuaries, talked to animals, and hence, this book.
But back to the animals - their nuggets of wisdom are just that. Consider Benny, the black leopard: "Do people understand that treating just one being with disrespect and hate creates a blemish and a hole in the soul of existence? We all make up a live beating heart. We fill this place with a beat all of its own. When you are here, you become part of that beat, but only if you are worthy. Many people come and go here, but only a few experience this rhythm of life."
Or Roxy, the Golden Retriever: "Forgiveness is not something we think about; it just happens, ... I go through life each day honoring the ability my heart has to love all that is around me. ...The animal world operates behind the scenes. Silently we tug at people to get back on track."
Do you worry about death? Lakota, a wolf, speaks from beyond the grave: "Your angels help you from the body. I have felt hands supporting me as I left my physical body."
Think peace on Earth is impossible? Miss Puss, a cougar, says: "Love really can heal all. I love the music of life, the symphony one hears when things are in harmony." And Gulliver, the llama: "If we could actually see each being's soul, there would be no hate."
I dearly love Cody, the black bear: "I really do like people. I want to be very clear on this. I enjoy watching them. ... I wish sometimes I was small. I don't want to eat people, and that is what they think sometimes. I think if I was really small, they wouldn't fear me so much."
Of course, you have to believe that Debbie is a good translator, and the animals really did say these things. But to do that, you'd have to start thinking we are all indeed equal, and that our spirits are indeed one.