When Animals Speak: Techniques for Bonding With Animal Companions

By Penelope Smith

Book Description

In this comprehensive follow-up to the widely popular Animal Talk, a respected leader and pioneer in the field of interspecies communication, Penelope Smith, outlines advanced techniques for conversing with animals. She explains that since animals think and perceive differently from humans, readers need to have a true willingness to share, listen, and learn to successfully communicate with them. Although most humans assume that an animal functions on pure instinct, unaware of its own past or future, that’s just not the case. Many subtle secrets about the world can be gleaned from animals once readers know how to see the world through their eyes. Cats, dogs, and other domesticated animals may be more receptive to communicating with humans, but they’re certainly not the only ones with fascinating information to share—Smith shows how humans are also able to speak with roosters, rabbits, insects, llamas, snakes, and many others in the animal kingdom. In addition to chapters devoted to developing and enhancing mind-to-mind communication with animals, When Animals Speak includes an illuminating look at animals as healers, teachers, and guides and even delves into more abstract, advanced forms of interspecies communication, such as contacting spirits of nature. In this accessible book, Smith is sure to delight and instruct animal lovers interested in forging a new bond with animal beings and the natural world.

From Asia

I remember clearly reading this book as I sat in my old farmhouse I had just bought in 1999. I had never heard of these amazing ways animals could communicate and relate so intimately with their humans and helping them to heal! Wow, was all I could think as I sat reading with tears streaming down my cheeks.  (Now I just finished writing my own chapter on this subject of animals helping us heal in my new compilation book, Extaordinary You.

My Favorite Review from Amazon

When Animals Speak is Penelope Smith’s strategy for discussing what happens, when humans listen.

Penelope stays matter of factly in some instances and in other instances goes intuitvely empathic, while describing the full range of agenda and temperament required for humans to truly hear what animals are saying.

She explains many aspects of animals’ infinite capacity for unconditional love, including how animals take on our insecurities and health issues to compensate for the human’s refusal to self-heal and evolve.

Penelope also addresses animals’ eternal connection to nature, and she compels that human companions honor this instinctive call to serve the planet in fulfilling their own ‘higher-purpose.’


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