Bark Neigh Meow Lynn McKenzie book

Bark, Neigh, Meow…

My new book Bark, Neigh, Meow; Awaken to the Transformative Wisdom of your Companion Animal to Activate your Soul’s Highest Calling releases on May 8th and I’m thrilled to share that you can read the first two chapters absolutely FREE.

Once you’ve finished reading the chapters, be sure to leave me a comment on what you think about them.

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  1. Noel Mukorovi says:

    Great and well written your book is. I didn’t know that humans can have a one on one talk with animals.

    You opened many of our minds and bring to light that as much as we want good treatment from animals, the same treatment they as well need from us ( people )

    Thumbs up to you Lynn McKenzie for such a good book.

  2. Thank you for sharing! I enjoyed your insight. I feel that each animal comes into our lives for a reason. They are wonderful teachers if we open ourselves to the lessons they offer. They are not “mere animals” but precious souls with so much to impart. They give us the opportunity to share their love and wisdom. Hopefully we learn and reciprocate sharing our care, compassion, love, and respect… with them.

  3. Teresa says:

    I really enjoyed the first two chapters and the exercise at the end of the chapter. I like personal stories

  4. Christine Honeck says:

    Touched from the very beginning! Cannot wait to read the rest and I am so grateful to have found you and the gift of your teachings. Even though I am one of your students, I am re-inspired all over again after reading the excerpt of this book. I’ve studied with a few other teachers, all wonderful in their own way, but your down to earth encouragement and sincerity are gifts in and of themselves.

    To anyone who may read this, I highly recommend Lynn McKenzie. If you are looking for a teacher who really is in your corner and encourages you to make this work your own – you found her. If you’re not ready for classes, read this book as soon as you are able. It’s obvious from the first few pages there is much to gain by doing so.

  5. Debbie Murdock says:

    Wow! I love this!❤️ I absolutely need to read more from this book. It feels so grounded and soulful.

  6. Sharon kincaid says:

    Enjoyed the two chapters and ordered your book.
    Glad to see that there is a great deal of educational components as well as personal
    History. This will b a great addition to your certification course I am currently taking.
    Love the title and looking forward to
    And excited to read your book!

    The course has changed my life and made my
    Animal’s happier.
    Thank you!

    • lynnmckenzie says:

      Thanks so much Sharon. I’m so happy that my program has changed you life (and your animal’s lives of course). Enjoy the rest of the book!

  7. Nancy Ferguson says:

    Hello Lynn!
    I must say I was connecting big time with the first chapter of your book! I also obsessed over a black mare in my teens. She belonged to neighbors across the street and she was my soul. She would do anything for me. I also begged my parents to buy her when she was going to be sold. It about killed me to lose her. Her name wasn’t Midnight but every stick horse I ever had growing up was named Midnight. I would wear the stick down to a fine (and dangerous) point and the plastic head would be losing all its stuffing. Then, the next Midnight would show up. The first horse I actual owned – a dun, named Sunshine. He also changed his coloring like leaves for every season. And I paid more for my english saddle, that was in layaway for several months, than I did for sweet Sunny. We were together 24 years. I also worked with hunter/jumpers in the 17-18 hand range in my 20s. It’s so exciting to know that someone else knows what all that feels like. Now my life is about dogs and wildlife. Like Redtailed Hawks that are constant neighbors and the deer, rabbits, coyotes, bobcats and occasional bear or mountain lion. I talk to them all. I’d sure like to know what they are saying to me, if anything. Thank you for sharing your story!

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