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The Power of Pets - Learn to Psychically Communicate with your Pet How to Heal Them and How They Heal Us - cover

The Power of Pets - Learn to Psychically Communicate with your Pet How to Heal Them and How They Heal Us

Kelly Wallace

Publisher: Intuitive Living

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Summary

If you've had pets, I'm sure you can see how different their personalities were. I bet you'll smile at your memories of them too. Pets can bring us so much joy and comfort.
 
They can also help us heal, just as we can help them. You can even learn to communicate with them—whether your furry family member is in this world or the after world. 
 
I'm so excited to share this information with you and know you'll have an even closer relationship with your pet after you've finished this book!
 
What This Book Covers
 
My Experience with PetsWhat Your Pet is Telling YouPets Are PsychicMyths About Pet CommunicationUsing Telepathic CommunicationUsing Oracle Cards to CommunicateHow Pets Heal UsHow You Can Heal Your PetYour Pet's Chakra SystemBalancing Your Pet's Energy SystemGrieving Pet LossCommunicating with Your Deceased PetDo Pets Know They're Dying?How You Can Help Your Pet Cross OverDo Pets Reincarnate?How a Pet Reading Can Help

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