Jacquelin Smith is an internationally known animal communicator and psychic who lives in Columbus, Ohio. She is a pioneer in the field of telepathic communication with animals. Jacquelin has been communicating with animals and has worked as a psychic with people professionally for more than thirty years. Since 1972 she s been actively involved in studying animal life and behavior, and teaching workshops. After receiving a B.A., Jacquelin worked as an animal technician and dog trainer, while studying psychology. She is also a board-certified hypnotherapist which has deepened her communication skills with people and animals. She has studied shamanic work for over fifteen years. Jacquelin has communicated with animals in zoological parks and in the wild during her travels in Africa and South America. She has communicated with cats, dogs, horses, dolphins, bats, birds, bears, chimps, rabbits and many other species. She combines telepathic communication with traditional and holistic methods and offers practical ways to resolve a wide variety of issues with animals. Jacquelin has been tracking lost animals for over twenty years with great results. Jacquelin has been communicating with animals, star beings, and interdimensional beings since early childhood. She has taught workshops on animal communication in various cities throughout the United States. Also, Jacquelin has taught workshops on communicating with star beings. She offers apprenticeship programs to people who want to learn how to communicate with animals and with star beings. Her book, Animal Communication Our Sacred Connection, is one of the most comprehensive books on animal communication and animals. Jacquelin s work continues to receive media coverage through radio interviews and television talk shows. For information about private consultations, workshops, apprenticeship programs, DVDs, books, and more visit Jacquelin s website www.jacquelinsmith.com. You can email her at [email protected] "
As an animal communicator and psychic, I'm able to see, feel, hear, and know what an animal is communicating to me. Also, being clairvoyant, I can see an animal's aura and essence. I teach people in my workshops how to look beyond an animal's physical form and how to connect heart to heart with the essence of an animal. The key to hearing our animal companions' essence is to look beyond the body and to connect with the amazing soul of the being. The body happens to be a physical form that the soul has created in order to learn and to fulfill a purpose. Telepathic communication with animals is a natural way of communicating. It is like a telephone conversation between two people. The telephone wires are the available lines of consciousness open between us that make the call possible. Perhaps you remember the films, Men in Black I and II. They are not so far-fetched as you might think. In both films there's a pug named Frank. We could say his soul was wearing a disguise so that he could accomplish his mission on Earth without attracting a lot of attention. In this book, one dog's soul tells about being an inter dimensional traveler while another discusses how difficult it was adjusting to his cat body because he's only lived on Earth twice. You will read about a groundhog who walked up to me and put his paw on my shoe and a hawk who flew to me after I had communicated with her telepathically.
Brighton Mourning was a children’s chapter book about Brighton’s life. He was truly a “Good Boy” and shares his B-Right-On wisdom with kids through his pawprint rhymes. In Brighton Mourning, we sadly join Brighton in the peaceful end of his journey to the Rainbow Bridge. Yet Angel Brighton’s inspirational story does not end with death, but shines a bright light on the continuing circuit of an afterlife legacy of Hope, Faith and Love. This transparent end-of-life journey honors the profound grief experience of pet loss, while providing belief in the message of forever love. The author reflects the truth that “When you get a dog, you sign up for a broken heart, but it’s worth it.” It is a touching story about death within the comforting perspective of forever Spirit in the afterlife.
Beastie [bee-stee]: The overarching spirit of any species of insect, reptile, bird, mammal, or mythical creature that exists or has ever existed; also known as an animal totem or spirit animal. "From an ancient perspective, everything—including all natural things, like rocks, flowers, trees, insects, birds, and mammals—is alive and infused with conscious energy or spirit," writes Sarah Seidelmann. If you’re one of the many people looking to reconnect with the creativity, wisdom, and vital energy of the natural world, here is a fantastic guide for tapping into the power of animal totems, or "beasties." The Book of Beasties invites you to explore why certain animals show up in your life—and what teachings they may be trying to share. Packed with information, illustrations, and traditional and modern insights into the unique qualities of different beasties, The Book of Beasties teaches you about: • Guest Beasties: how certain beasties enter your life to give you messages or assistance you need just when you need them • Core Beasties: meet the guiding beasties who are your lifelong companions, friends, and helpers • Beastie Relationships: tips and techniques for deepening your relationship with beasties and becoming more receptive to their support • Beasties A–Z: an expansive compendium of individual beasties and their unique qualities—including bats, wolves, elephants, salmon . . . even unicorns and dragons! "A message brought by a beastie may be about beauty or family or work," teaches Sarah. "It might offer you guidance on a prickly problem. Or it might make you smile just when you need it." Whether you’re a long-time shamanic practitioner or simply curious about what secret messages your favorite animal might have for you, The Book of Beasties is an ideal resource for discovering the wild and wonderful world of spirit animals.
The medieval view of the natural world can best be understood within its religious context. According to medieval thought, nature was a book in which God revealed himself and his message to the world. Plants and animals in particular were frequently given symbolic meanings or valued for their healing properties. Illustrated with works taken from three world-famous medieval manuscripts, The Wisdom of Nature focuses on thirty-five exquisitely executed sheets which depict a wide range of subjects. These include herbs and plants, animals and birds, nature and the seasons, meat and water, activities to stimulate the body or brain such as riding or conversing, and religious topics such as the Creation. In double-page spreads, this volume explains the origin of each manuscript illustration, looks into its symbolic meanings, listing the healing powers ascribed to it in the medieval world as well as medical properties still valued by modern science. An introductory essay delves into the essential characteristics of medieval thought. The illustrations are reproduced from the Viennese Tacuinum in the Austrian National Library in Vienna, a manuscript listing the positive and negative effects of foodstuffs on the human body; the Bern Physiologus from the Burgerbibliothek in Bern, which describes animals as sources of medicinal cures; and the Oxford Bestiary from the Bodleian Library in Oxford, a collection of animal stories of a religious or moralizing nature.
This introductory guide reveals the ancient philosophical and spiritual wisdom of the Chinese Zodiac. One of the oldest forms of spiritual wisdom, Chinese astrology remains one of the most popular and powerful zodiac systems. Following a twelve-part cycle of years represented by different animals, the system is further divided by month, day, and hour of birth—revealing one’s inner, true, and secret animals. Focusing more on the person than on events, it offers more philosophical and introspective insights than its western counterpart. This introductory guide covers the basic concepts and principles of Chinese astrology, as well as its history and origins. It also features detailed synopses of personality traits associated with each sign, as well as traditional Chinese artwork.