Review: Talks with Animals and Nature

Posted on September 22, 2014



Talks with Animals and Nature: Bridging the Communication Gap with All Life
By Myriah Krista Walker
Grandma River Press
May 2014
108 pages

At the outset, Myriah Walker confesses to her readers about a time in her life when she suffered unbearable loss and grief. Even though she goes on to explain how her ability to communicate with animals goes back her childhood days, it is clear that her gift was the foundation from which she overcame great pain and loss. Along with relating her childhood experiences, Walker also shares her intimate encounters and communications with all things natural, including cats, dogs, wolves, bears, birds, spiders, even ants, and the plant world. Walker’s gift is not unique. What is unique is how she has practiced and developed her gift. Readers who want to tap into that natural energy will learn from her experiences in this book. Those who have already talked with animals and nature will find certain validation in the stories she shares. Above all, Talks with Animals and Nature reveals the power of animals and nature to heal us — no matter what our pain — if we allow them.

Copyright (c) 2014 by Peggy Tibbetts

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