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August 25, 2014

Communicating with Your Animals
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Animals talk, Kim Baker listens! Do you love your pet but are having trouble getting them to cooperate? Do you know how to keep your pet safe during a natural disaster? Kim Baker, MS, RMT, ECT is an Animal Communicator, Author, Speaker, Certified Reiki Master and Equine Craniosacral Therapist. She specializes in improving relationships between humans and their animals. Kim sits on the Board of Directors for Holistic Horse Care Cooperative and Jefferson County Horse Council. She is also a member of the United States Equestrian Federation and Arabian Horse Association.
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Corporate Talk: Kim Baker Animal Communicator

Kim has been communicating with animals since she was two years old. Her ability was suppressed at a young age when she was told she didnít know what she was doing (animals donít talk!). In the past decade her ability has been reawakened and she wants to help others connect with their animal loved ones.
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Kim Baker
I have loved animals all my life. I was raised in Colorado and lived in a tri-level house on a cul-de-sac that backed up to a drainage ditch nestled at the bottom of what is called Green Mountain, just west of Denver. There was a lot of both domestic and wild animal life in the neighborhood. Heaven for a young girl that loves animals. In our front yard was a big blue spruce tree that was home to mountain blue birds. The mother had three youngsters she was raising. One day, a neighborhood boy came a long and shot the mother with a slingshot right out of the nest. She fell to the ground and died pretty quickly. The boy was all fun and games, laughed and went on about his business. I witnessed the entire scene and it made me so angry and sad at the same time. I rushed over to help the mother, but it was too late, there was nothing I could do. The babies were chirping loudly and I waited, but no one came to their aid. As a two year old child, there was not a lot I could do at this point. I tried to get my parents to help the babies, but they were not interested. The power of witnessing the scene, then watching the consequences unfold as a result of the boy's actions was heart breaking to me. The babies all perished. The wealth of emotions, and conflicting emotions that arose in me during this time was so overwhelming. I could not believe the boy could do such a thing and not care what happened afterwards. It enraged me. I wanted to go yell at the boy and tell him what he did and what happened to the babies, but I knew he would not care and he would just laugh at me. This act sparked the passion inside me to become a voice for the animals.

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