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Books & Workshops / Re: Animal Communication Book Recommendations
« Last post by bigcaat on July 09, 2012, 12:33:25 PM »
Well, I thought I had purchased "Straight from the Horse's Mouth" by Amelia Kinkade online, but then was notified (Chapters/Indigo) that it wasn't available.    :-\

Did receive "Kinship with All Life" J. Allen Boone, and Marta William's "Learning Their Language".  The first is a very fast read, but wonderful!  Written in the 50's.  Not a "how to" sort of book, but a description of the author's experiences learning that he could communicate with different animals.  I liked that he didn't go into too much detail about their lives (or their deaths, 'cause I'm a sap); he just moved on to a different species or experience. 

Marta's book is definitely a "How to..."  She has included exercises and photos of her animals for practise.  I'm not finished it, yet, but am enjoying it and finding it helpful.
Hi CL.

Yes, Marta's book is wonderful. I haven't read Kinship with all Life, but I do think I remember Amelia's book being somewhat a 'how to.' I think her writing style is a little slower than Marta's. I know some people who really like that book, but for me, it just a little slower than I like to read. There was some great info in there, I just think I didn't connect with the style.
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Books & Workshops / Re: Animal Communication Book Recommendations
« Last post by CindyLoup on July 09, 2012, 09:25:56 AM »
Well, I thought I had purchased "Straight from the Horse's Mouth" by Amelia Kinkade online, but then was notified (Chapters/Indigo) that it wasn't available.    :-\

Did receive "Kinship with All Life" J. Allen Boone, and Marta William's "Learning Their Language".  The first is a very fast read, but wonderful!  Written in the 50's.  Not a "how to" sort of book, but a description of the author's experiences learning that he could communicate with different animals.  I liked that he didn't go into too much detail about their lives (or their deaths, 'cause I'm a sap); he just moved on to a different species or experience. 

Marta's book is definitely a "How to..."  She has included exercises and photos of her animals for practise.  I'm not finished it, yet, but am enjoying it and finding it helpful.
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Caat's Student Practice / Re: Havana - Week 1
« Last post by CindyLoup on July 09, 2012, 09:14:14 AM »
I'm on holidays, now, so am trying to get into a routine.  (my to do list includes, "meditate, communicate, illuminate"    :)!

Glad to see you are keeping it up, too, Ruth!  I'll work my way through the other friends, here.  Thanks in advance for the feedback, Lisa!

Havana...

I've read through (after chatting with Havana) the thread and feel like I got some hits and some real misses.  Here's what I wrote:

Havana is:  masterful, likes jumping and being silly, but can be quiet and introspective.  Likes chewing/eating?  "I'm a funny guy."
 
Likes: to be clean/brushed, go outside, roll in grass, likes exploring (twice I saw cobwebs in his whiskers, like he'd been exploring in a basement area).

Re: his feline brother:  tolerates him, but loves him, I got that they don't play together (which is obviously a miss). "He's big and tells me what to do.  I don't mind; it's  easier.  Someone has to be in charge.  I can still have fun."

Dislikes:  cobwebs on his whiskers, being cooped up, cream (?)

Lives in a house, considers himself a mouser, sometimes hunts birds and insects, too, but doesn't eat them.

Likes to eat fish (tuna, salmon), crunchy kibble/treats and catnip! ("makes me crazy and I make people laugh!"

Likes to give little nips to get people's attention.

Re: Judy:  medium build, with long, straight light brown/dirty blonde hair.

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General Discussion (Off Topic or On) / Re: Where is everyone
« Last post by KLou on July 05, 2012, 10:45:41 PM »
Yes it certainly seems to be a bit slow, but just a passing fad I'm hoping! I pop in now and again to see if anything exciting has happened, but haven't had the time to start any threads myself.
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General Discussion (Off Topic or On) / Where is everyone
« Last post by wolfgurl830 on July 04, 2012, 03:58:23 AM »
Man its been awhile it seems as it has been a bit deserted. I send a mental calling to everyone. LOL. Hope everything is going fine.
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General Discussion (Off Topic or On) / Re: ^..^ Pet Poetry Thread ^..^
« Last post by bigcaat on June 25, 2012, 10:34:22 PM »
Great idea, Greg. Yes, I have been so busy, the forum has just not found its way to my agenda. I do need to get a newsletter out soon, and will mention this thread. Meanwhile, here's a poem I thought nice.

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Baggage
by Evelyn Colbath

Now that I'm home, bathed, settled and fed,
All nicely tucked into my warm new bed,
I would like to open my baggage,
Lest I forget
There is so much to carry -
So much to forget.

Hmm, Yes, here it is, right on the top -
Let's unpack Loneliness, Heartache and Loss,
And there by my leash hides Fear & Shame
As I look on these things I have tried so hard to leave-
I still have to unpack my baggage called Pain.

I loved them, the others, the ones who left me,
But I wasn't good enough - for they didn't want me.
Will you add to my baggage?
Will you help me unpack?
Or will you just look at my things
And take me right back?

Do you have the time to help me unpack?
To put away my baggage,
To never re-pack?
I pray that you do - I'm so tired you see,
But I do come with baggage -
Will you still want me?
© Evelyn Colbath
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Welcome / Re: Helloooo from San Diego, Californiyay!
« Last post by bigcaat on June 25, 2012, 02:03:30 PM »
Hello my dear! Welcome!

So glad to have you here. :)  Y'know there used to be an animal Reiki meetup on Thursday nights, but the organizer moved so she hasn't been doing them lately. You might consider that, though, so you can find people in this area.  Maybe through rescue groups, or something like that, as well.

I'll keep it in mind and spread the word, to see if anyone I know might be interested.

Hugs,
Caat
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Welcome / Re: Helloooo from San Diego, Californiyay!
« Last post by CindyLoup on June 23, 2012, 06:43:30 AM »
Hi Greg!  Nice to 'meet' you and Welcome!   Love the sound of your idea of local groups getting together.  I wonder if there are enough of 'us' out there???   ;D  This is a great place to meet like-minded souls, though!
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Caat's Student Practice / Re: Havana - Week 1
« Last post by bigcaat on June 20, 2012, 06:24:50 PM »
Hi Ruth.
When i started to connect to Hanava, I saw a man with a little blond curly hair girl.
I think this may be my mom's neighbor. He and his daughter took care of the cats while my mom was in the hospital.

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I saw a tan couch and a light wooden (oak) fireplace. The wall was also tan.
Yes, mom has a darker tan couch. She does have a fireplace, it's not oak, but she has a ton of oak furniture next to the fireplace. I don't remember what color the wall is there, it may be a beige or something, but there are bookshelves that are on either side of it. My mom has a lot of tan in her house which would be eye level to cats.

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When you sit down next Havana, he likes to roll into you and show his belly. He seem very relax showing his belly.
No question.

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He gets along fine with Kington, but they fight.
Yes, they play fight. I don't think fur flies, but it certainly looks like fighting.

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I saw a gray tabby.
This would be my mom's previous cat, Hope.

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He showed me a woman with light brown shoulder length hair.
This would be me. He misses my husband and me. We play with him. My mom doesn't that much.

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I saw a old man with a gray mustache.
The word "old" is relative, but my brother's mustache is probably grey at this point, and I think my mom was dating someone with a grey beard and grey mustache.

Nice job! Feel free to work your way through all of the kids in this section.

 :)! Caat
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Caat's Student Practice / Re: Havana - Week 1
« Last post by Ruth on June 20, 2012, 03:29:58 PM »
I read Havana and here's what I got:

When i started to connect to Hanava, I saw a man with a little blond curly hair girl.

I saw a tan couch and a light wooden (oak) fireplace. The wall was also tan.

 When you sit down next Havana, he likes to roll into you and show his belly. He seem very relax showing his belly.

He gets along fine with Kington, but they fight.   I saw a gray tabby.

He showed me a woman with light brown shoulder length hair.

I saw a old man with a gray mustache.

Ruth
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