What Horses Say: How to Hear, Help and Heal Them|
by Anna Clemence Mews (Author), Julie Dicker (Author), Joanna Lumley (Foreword)
A powerful collection of true stories that provide anecdotal evidence of horses'
emotions and their ability to reason.
From the Publisher
Anna Clemence Mews presents a beautifully written series of stories drawn from
Julie Dicker’s remarkable career as an animal communicator and healer. Client
interviews, case notes, truly interesting survey questions and answers that were
posed to a group of Dicker’s equine clientele, and a thoroughly researched
chapter on the question of anthropomorphism—all serve to inspire the reader to
reconsider the healing potential of alternative medicine and animal–human
communication. Anna Clemence Mews is a writer of fiction and non–fiction. Julie
Dicker is a respected member of the horse community who acts as a communicative
medium between clients and their horses to provide healing to ailing animals.
Both authors live in England.
Hardcover: 240 pages
Publisher: Trafalgar Square Books (May 1, 2004)