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Emma Speaks: A Journey into the Soul of an Animal Friend

Emma Speaks: A Journey into the Soul of an Animal Friend

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This true story, filled with discovery, challenges our understanding of how deeply animals are connected to us and how they are involved in our lives in ways we could never imagine. Telepathic animal communication provides the gift of voice for Diana's horse Emma and brings to light Emma's insights into the human realm and beyond.

Dr. Cheryl Schwartz, DVM, author of Four Paws, Five Directions, described Emma as "one of the most unusual horses I ever met."

At the age of four Diana, who had been apartment bound, was given the chance to ride a horse. For the first time in her life she felt safe, free and filled with joy. From that day on she possessed a mystical attraction to horses. Not until she was an adult could she afford her first horse, however, she had picked horses based on capabilities and not feelings. Then she met a beautiful thoroughbred, Emma. An instant emotional bond drew her to what many thought was a mentally unstable horse. Despite warnings, Diana bought Emma and proceeded to school this capable athlete to be her dream show horse. But soon Emma's inexplicable behaviors interfered with her training. In search of a solution Diana was led to Carol, someone who could communicate with animals telepathically. Once her skepticism was overcome Diana regularly spoke to Emma using Carol as the translator. Diana soon learned that Emma was not like any other horse she or Carol had ever known. Emma's wisdom, intelligence and abilities beyond the five senses invited Diana into worlds she didn't know existed.



Author: Diana St James
Publisher: Emissary Press
Published: 10/25/2013
Pages: 294
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.96lbs
Size: 9.02h x 5.98w x 0.66d
ISBN: 9780989503303

About the Author

Raised in a suburb of San Francisco, the author went to the University of California at Davis obtaining a bachelor's degree in both mathematics and psychology followed by graduate work at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology psychology department specializing in psycholinguistics.

An opportunity to teach mathematics at Georgetown Day School presented itself and within a couple of months she was appointed the chair of the math department.

Returning to California she began a career in data processing at Lucky Stores followed by Bechtel where she completed her MBA at St. Mary's college.

A consulting position resulted in a job as Group Vice President in new product development at Bank of America to be followed by head of marketing for Wells Fargo Bank's consumer loan division, and Vice President and Officer of the Corporation of Capital Holding, Inc.

She completed her corporate life at AT&T having served as a director in product development for multi-million dollar business products.

She currently lives in Walnut Creek writing, riding, creating functional ceramics and gardening.


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