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Thursday’s Online Book Club: Six Macaques

I am thrilled to have this story now available through Amazon Kindle and so grateful to Carol Lang for caring for these six amazing Macaque monkeys who graced our lives in the TTouch office under the watchful eyes of Carol for many years. The story is a collection of my newsletter reports from my first […]

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Remembering the Snow Leopards: San Francisco SPCA Fundraiser

I sprung out of bed a little before dawn to watch the daylight touch the water of San Francisco Bay while reading a beautiful message of light in her heart and it brought back the feeling I had last night as I shared Tellington TTouch® with about 50 people attending my seminar at the  San […]

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And Like Any Great Athlete, She Prepared for Competition by Receiving a Vigorous Ear Rub. … Wait, What?

Watching the Russian coach rubbing the ears of Olympic skater, Julia Lipnitskaia before her short program Wednesday night was no surprise to anyone knowing about the regenerating effects of the Tellington TTouch® on the ears of human and animal athletes. The Ear TTouch® (rubs) help calm and focus people as well as animals.  Here is […]

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Jasmine the Rescue Dog: Cared for to Carer

 I am frequently asked some thought-provoking questions. “Do I believe that animals are capable of emotions like we humans?” The answer is yes. Some poignant memories that come to mind in response to that question:Our Great Dane, Tiger’s obvious look of guilt when he ate a whole roast beef I had foolishly left on the […]

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TTouch-ing around the globe: My spring schedule

As I travel around the world, spreading the magic of TTouch, I am blessed with the opportunity to meet so many amazing people and animals.  Here in Germany I am teaching many different species; horses, Companion Animals, as well as humans – in a variety of venues. At the end of the month my husband […]

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Inter-species Connections: Whales & Dolphins, Linda & Keiko

Earlier this year I viewed a YouTube video of interplay between a Humpback whale and a dolphin. This falls in the category of interest to the Wisdom University’s Institute of Inter-species Connections of which I am director. At first viewing there was a question about the intent of this interaction, but it soon became clear […]

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John Denver Revisited

I’ve been following Peace Troubadour, James Twyman, since reading his inspiring book, Emissary of Light: A Vision of Peace  back in the days when he was risking his life playing Serbian and Croatian peace songs on radio in that troubled part of the world. A friend recently sent me his newsletter announcing an unpublished song written by […]

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My Zambia Chimpanzee Chronicles, Part VII, The Final Installment

10:30–Chimp time. Martin led Tracy and me out to the bush to meet the chimps. When we joined them Tobra ran at Tracy and bit her on the thigh. Patrick went after him with a stick and he “talked back” by running about 10 feet and then turned around and screamed at Patrick. That scared […]

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journaling with chimps in Zambia

My 1990 Zambia Chimpanzee Chronicles, Part IV

Impressions: Clumps of chimps falling out of the trees following the crack of overloaded branches. The loud rustle of leaves as the chimps break off fruit. And behind the anthill, Harriet has been grunting, playing patticake, tickling, teasing, playing, and wrestling with Tober for over 30 minutes. The sun is shifting and it’s time to […]

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My 1990 Zambia Chimpanzee Chronicles, Part III

Dec. 22,Chimfunsi: 6:00 a.m. The alarm gently breaks my dream state. One hour until the chimps go into the forest. Sheila suggested we sleep in and follow them later, but we’ve come half way around the world to find this orphanage. “I can sleep when I’m dead,” Moshe used to say. I dress a little […]

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