It's oh-so-easy for your mind to jump in and tell you that what you think you heard from an animal couldn't possibly be right. After all, there's no immediate proof, right? And that's one big reason to start writing an animal communication journal.
One of the field's pioneering communicators and teachers, Carol Gurney, encourages learners to write everything down, from how you felt and what you were doing at the time to the actual conversation. First, she says, when it's down on paper, it's not taking up space in your head. Second, it's an easy way to show your patterns — what worked and what didn't and what contributed to those results. And third, you can easily highlight everything you got right after asking for validation from the animal's person. On those days when you lose your confidence or think you've failed, looking back at your journal filled with more "hits" than you remembered is a surefire confidence booster
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Wouldn't it be great to be able to browse some of the best tips, advice, and methods in animal communication? Sort of like a "greatest hits" album that pulls out the nuggets just for you. That's what this journal is all about — complete with numbered posts to chart the hits along the way. Read More
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