My Animal My Self gives you a completely different understanding of your animal –why you are together and how you are collaborating with each other in life.
Learning Their Language is a how-to book that gives detailed instructions, step-by-step exercises, and lots of examples and stories. It covers everything from how to talk to your own animals to medical intuition, to how to talk to wildlife and nature.
Beyond Words is a book of amazing stories told to me by students and clients about their own experiences with animal communication.
Ask Your Animal tells you how to apply intuitive communication techniques for resolving behavior problems with your animals, creating a deeper relationship, and improving training.
BOOKS BY OTHER ANIMAL COMMUNICATORS
Boone, J. Allen, 1954
____Ibid. Language of Silence
____Ibid. 1990. Adventures in Kinship with all Life
These books are classics by a man who was a screenwriter in Hollywood in the 40s. He volunteered to take care of a screen dog, Strongheart (a contemporary of Rin Tin Tin) and found his life changed when Strongheart, who demanded to be treated as an equal, taught Boone how to talk to animals.
Gurney, Carol, 2001
The author provides a step wise program for learning to communicate with animals. The book is especially good for advice and information on dealing with behavior problems, lost animals and death and dying.
Hiby, Lydia, 1998
The author tells stories about her clients and her experiences.
Books about Intuitive Ability
Naparstek, Belleruth, 1997
Naparstek, a psychologist who uses her psychic ability in her work, interviewed about 40 psychics and provides a profile of what it means to be psychic.
Ostrander, Sheila and Lynn Schroeder
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1970
Interesting look at how governments used psychic abilities. Also lots of background on pioneers in the field.
Puthoff Charles and Russell Targ, 1984.
Radkin, Dean, New York: Harper Collins, 1997
Sanders, Pete, Jr., 1997
The author is a scientist, trained at MIT. The book is practical and easy to understand with lots of exercises you can do on your own.
Schwartz, Gary, New York: Pocket Books, 2002
Targ, Russell 1999
Targ is a physicist who is taking a serious in-depth look at how psi works.
Von Praagh, James
Well-known psychic James Van Praagh shares his guidance for developing psychic ability.
BOOKS ABOUT ANIMAL COMMUNICATION AND CONNECTION
Cantrell, Krista, 1998
A very practical, positive training guide for working with problem behaviors and training dogs at home.
Lasher, Margot, 1996
Lasher, a psychologist who teaches empathy, writes about the essence of the bond between animals and people and thoroughly explores, through story and personal narrative, what it is that animals have to offer us in relationship.
Mason, Jeffrey & Susan McCarthy, 1995
The authors have collected actual anecdotal evidence from many sources that proves animals have the same capacity for emotion as humans.
Sheldrake, Rupert. 1999
Sheldrake is a British biochemist who has made a documented scientific study proving that animals are indeed psychic and telepathic. His work is long overdue and fascinating.
ANIMAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
Billinghurst, Ian, 1993
Billinghurst is an Australian veterinarian who exploded the myth that dry and canned animal food is good for them. In fact, it is the exact opposite.
Goldstein, Martin, 1999
This is a comprehensive guide to the very latest and best in alternative health care and holistic maintenance care for animals. I highly recommend you get it, read it and follow it.
Martin, Ann and Michael Fox, 1997
Jaime Jackson, 2005
This is a great new idea for holistic horsekeeping. It keeps your horses fit and is perfect for horses with insulin problems.
Pete Ramey, 2003
This is the best guide to the natural trim for horses.
Macy, Joanna, 1991
An exploration of the ecological crisis we are facing.
Seed, John and Joanna Macy
Seed and Macy wrote this book to establish a ritual for reconnecting to the earth. Deep-ecology /earth spirituality.
Skafte, Dianne, PhD., 2001
A great book on oracles and ancient lore about nature
Tompkins, Peter and Christopher Bird, 1973
The classic book on how plants are more than we have ever given them credit for being.
ETHICS, POLITICS AND THE ROOTS OF THE ECOLOGICAL CRISIS
Eisler, Riane, 1987
____Ibid. 1995. Sacred Pleasure
Many people have asked me how we came to be in such a sorry state with respect to how we treat animals throughout the world. Eisler provides a comprehensive overview of how we evolved over the past 7,000 years to become what we are today.
Gimbutas, Marija, 1995
Gimbutas revolutionalized archeology by documenting an alternative view of prehistoric Europe as peaceful , nature-loving, cooperative, nonsexist and highly civilized.
Johnson, Buffie. Rochester, Vermont: Inner Traditions International, 1994.
If you can only find time to read one book in your search to understand prehistory and the explanation of how we have gotten so far away from our ancestors who loved animals and nature, make it this one.