When i think back to what really got me started it was moments like these so beautifully illustratedn by ......
I loved animal stories, as does nearly every child. I realize now their importance of how it cultivated the soil of my mind and sowed the seeds for accepting my intuitive experiences with nature. It provided nourishment in a world that does not always have the tools, language and trust to assist children with living this inherent ability in all of us.
Imagine schools one day where talking with animals is a subject you actively learn. Where intuition and emotional skills are taught and fostered. Our story books, movies, poems and art are those schools still for many children. They provide the imagination with the possibility of knowing its true identity and create dreams for the future.
I still take time out in nature and play with my "imaginary friends". I now know they are spirit guides, helpers and teachers. For the child within everyone - take some time to lie with white tigers, do a meditation on connecting with power animals, whisper with the trees and wind. It is all part of one and the same things - life.
Childrens books on animal communication: