This e-book (PDF) is about:
- Thirteen points helping you to a better understanding of your animal companion
- An animal behaviourist reveals her thirteen secrets
Inge Pauwels says of these thirteen principles “These thoughts offer a way of finding a natural way of sharing our lives with those of our animals. They are also a plea, calling on people to respect animals and to learn the lessons of life. Via Animal Reflection, Animal Communication and Power animals we can learn so much by really seeing their behaviour and body language. We need to be open to the animal mirror, looking, listening and learning.” Inge is addressing herself to those who remain open minded in their approach to life. The book is written in the masculine form but everything applies to both male and female animals.
Inge thinks in rather convoluted ways at times but her thoughts lead her unerringly to one main route. When you follow her lessons or read her books you need to follow her through the mass of information and ideas she throws at you, until it becomes clear in your own mind. If you give up before you reach the end you will miss out and never reach that final goal and that is well worth all of the effort.
You can see these thirteen tips as just that, something to think about or maybe as a talking point for a discussion but also certainly something you can use and try in your relationship with your own animal(s). A relationship based on mutual respect for each other’s individuality. A way of living with (domestic) animals.