In these introductory level workshops you will learn the background and history of telepathic animal communication, what it is and how it works. You will be given the foundational skills including how to send and receive messages effectively and understanding how animals express themselves.
You will also begin to recognise your own particular way of receiving subtle messages, so that you know when you are in communication. There will be several opportunities to practice communicating with animals as you develop your skills.
You will learn a variety of techniques for applying these skills including supporting animals with behavioural issues, and learning about an animal’s perspective on the world so that you can communicate with them in terms that they understand. We will also explore the many ways in which animal communication can support all animals (domesticated and wild) during times of natural disaster.
During the weeklong residential workshops, in addition to learning and practising the basic tools and skills for communicating with other species, your interspecies communication skills will be supported through developing a deepening connection to the natural world. This includes seeing through the eyes of other beings, learning tracking skills and spending time quietly and meditatively in nature.
These workshops are offered either as an intensive weekend (Friday evening to Sunday afternoon) or as a residential weeklong immersion (Saturday afternoon to Friday evening).
DUE TO THE IMPACT OF SARS-COV2 and vital social distancing and self-isolation measures, we have postponed a number of our workshops to 2021. We are working on creating an online version of this training and will provide details here as soon as they are available.
POSTPONED TO 2021:
3-5 April 2020 – Central Coast, NSW, Australia
17-19 April 2020 – Northern Rivers, NSW, Australia
1-3 May 2020 & 8-10 May 2020 – Ubud, Bali
30 May 2020 – Findhorn Foundation, Findhorn, Scotland
If you have already booked a place on the May workshop at the Findhorn Foundation, they will contact you by email to discuss your options with you, which may include moving your booking to the August workshop or receiving a refund.
WE STILL INTEND TO RUN THE FOLLOWING WORKSHOPS, however we will continue to monitor the situation and will provide updates here and on our Facebook page (link at the foot of the page).
15 August 2020 – Findhorn Foundation, Findhorn, Scotland – weeklong residential www.findhorn.org/programmes/animal-communication-1/
31 October – 2 November 2020 – Hawkwood College, Stroud, England – weekend intensive www.hawkwoodcollege.co.uk/event/animal-communication/