The Beginner's Guide to Animal Communication: How to Listen and Talk with Your Animal Friends

Version: Unabridged
Author: Carol Gurney
Narrator: Carol Gurney
Genres: Self Development
Publisher: Sounds True
Published In: November 2003
Length: 1 hour, 15 minutes
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Overview

The ability to communicate with animals is not a rare gift, but a skill we all possess. On The Beginner's Guide to Animal Communication, author and teacher Carol Gurney brings nearly 20 years' experience in interpreting the language of animals to anyone seeking a "heart-to-heart" connection with the special companions in their lives. From developing intuition into the thoughts and feelings of animals to learning how to verify the information you receive, here is an illuminating course of useful exercises and expert guidance to help listeners open to the unconditional love animals freely offer.

Reviews (4)

The Beginner's Guide to Animal communication

Written by Anonymous from Gordonsville, VA on June 20th, 2007

  • Book Rating: 1/5

I decided within the first 5 minutes or less this book was not for me. The author seemed more interested in letting her readers know she came from an "intellectual background" (stated twice in the first 10 minutes) as well as letting us know about her terrible marriage. Who cares? I wanted to learn more about communication with animals and less about her sorry marriage. (No wonder she and her husband split; she is obviously very self-absorbed.) I'll stick to Caesar from now on.

A total waste

Written by Anonymous from Nestleton, ON on February 16th, 2007

  • Book Rating: 1/5

The books opens with a story about a cat that soils the house. So she divorces her husband and suddenly the cat is now ok. The author might consider trying to communicate with her husband instead of her cat. Total waste of time. After working for years successfully with animals this book is total hogwash. The author seems to believe that animals have the same mental processes of humans whilst proclaiming that she comes from an intellectual background. All the while relying on a pyschic ability for both the human and the animal to communicate. The author has obviously undergone much therapy and ends the audiobook with offering some guided meditation exercises with no apparent qualifications to do so.

Not worth my time...

Written by Anonymous on July 27th, 2005

  • Book Rating: 1/5

Didn't finish this one... Couldn't deal with the self agrandizing.

May be possible?

Written by Nicole from Sharon Springs, NY on May 12th, 2005

  • Book Rating: 3/5

The author suggests that after meditation and reaching a calm clear mind, you may telepathically connect with animals. I know my animals can sense the family energy, however I don't give myself that much credit. It ws a well written book and a nice listen.

Author Details

Author Details

Gurney, Carol

Carol Gurney is one of the foremost animal communicators in the world, who, after years as an advertising executive, developed the 7-step HeartTalk ProgramSM to help people make a spiritual connection with their animal companions.
Internationally, Carol presents her program through lectures, workshops, audio and videotapes, and provides consultations. She has been a popular guest on television and radio, and has appeared in numerous publications. Carol has become well-known for teaching everyone from beginners to professional animal communicators.