Dancing on Water: Adventures with Dolphins, Whales and Interspecies Communication

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Karin Kinsey, 2005 - Nature - 168 pages
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Dancing on Water is a compilation of personal stories about dolphins, whales, and other animal companions that chronicle one woman's quest for understanding and self-discovery, Out of the blue, dolphins "visit" in meditation, and then continue to appear in amazingly synchronistic ways in her life. Over time, they become interspecies teachers of humor and relationship. The author explores the areas of animal communication and telepathy and offers clues as to how to develop these skills. Original.
 

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Contents

Preface
1
From Delphi to Dolphins
3
Close Encounter
9
Letting Go
17
Copan
27
Little Guru
33
Misha
41
Heaven Within
47
The Starry Realms
75
Coming Home
78
The Emerging Feminine
83
Beyond the Veil
87
Orca Sightings
91
The Indigo Children
103
Mothers Trip to Paradise
115
Gentle Giants
121

Play 101
55
Joyful Interludes
61
Captive Versus Free
67
Dancing on Water
133
Poems
139
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About the author (2005)

Karin Kinsey is a freelance travel writer and graphic designer living in San Rafael, California, where she runs her own business and is the art director for an adventure travel magazine. She leads dolphin encounter trips and has explored such places as Hawaii, the Caribbean, Mexico and British Columbia in search of marine mammal life.

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