Animal Communication Made Easy

Do some of their behaviours leave you baffled or their fears put you in a frazzle? This book covers the essentials of animal communication and will teach you how to make a telepathic connection with your animals.

Animal Communication Made Easy

Author: Pea Horsely

Publisher: Hay House UK Limited

ISBN: 1788171195

Page: 272

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Do you love your animals but wish you could understand what they're trying to tell you? Do some of their behaviours leave you baffled or their fears put you in a frazzle? This book covers the essentials of animal communication and will teach you how to make a telepathic connection with your animals. Animal Communication explores ways to send and receive information from animals; it guides readers through 5 steps of preparation which will help them calm their body and release their mind, and 5 steps of connection to enable readers to start communicating with animals. Pea Horsley teaches the importance of practice, patience and perseverance, and the different approaches to communication. Readers will learn the many pitfalls of starting out - lack of belief and self-doubt - and how to develop trust and confidence. Packed full of exercises, affirmations and meditations, this practical book will empower animal lovers everywhere to connect with their beloved animal friends.

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