Internationally renowned dolphin expert Dr Horace Dobbs tells the incredible story of over two decades' work with dolphins and reveals new research that shows how dolphins can inspire us not only with their beauty and intelligence; they can also heal us physically and emotionally.
Dobbs explores possible scientific explanations for the healing power of dolphins which he supports with many heart-warming tales of personal transformation. These stories include that of Bill who, after swimming with dolphins, was completely cured after 12 years of depression; Lilo who's terminal cancer regressed; and the incredible story of Eve, a severely autistic girl who uttered her first word, 'good', after meeting a dolphin. The book also examines the success of organised dolphin healing around the world including the work of the famous Dolphin Healing Centre in Kyoto, Japan.
Inspiring and deeply moving, Dolphin Healing heralds a breathtaking new development in communications between humans and dolphins.
A dolphin, called Donald, changed Horace Dobb s' life forever. He met Donald while on a family holiday on the Isle of Man. One day, Donald unexpectedly picked up Dobbs - 13 year-old son and gave him a ride around the harbour. Entranced by the experience, Dobbs decided to investigate the mystical mateship that seems to exist between dolphins and humans.
That was over 20 years ago. Since then, Dobbs has written a number of books on the subject (The Magic of Dolphins, Tale of Two Dolphins, Dance to a Dolphin's Song and Journey into Dolphin Dreamtime); his latest, Dolphin Healing, concentrates on the curati - Dobb s book aims to back this claim by containing remarkable stories of people whose lives have been transformed by their encounters with dolphins. Apparently, dolphins have been seen to produce improvements in children with autism, lifted people out of
Dolphin Healing seeks to explain the mysterious force surrounding dolphins and wonders how the mystical bond between them and us will affect the future of mankind. What do they know that we don't? Could it be that dolphins hold secrets as deep as the ocean itself? - Christopher Kelly, AMAZON.CO.UK REVIEW