Build upon the basic skills you have already learned, deepen your intuition, expand your senses, and increase your subtle sensing. You will be provided with tools and exercises to work with your blocks and obstacles, you will explore the code of ethics of being an animal communicator, find out how to report back to an animal’s person, and of course there will be many opportunities for practice.
In 2020 we hope to offer more of these weekend Level Two workshops. These three-day workshops contain all of the essential elements of the weeklong programme, including supported practice, tools to deepen your intuitive sensing and to bust through blocks, exploring the Code of Ethics and how to report back to an animal’s person.
This is a great week for you if you wish to simply deepen and expand your practice, or wish to take the next step and begin offering consultations beyond your immediate circle of family and friends.
ANIMAL COMMUNICATION & NATURE CONNECTION II: 7-13 September 2019, Findhorn Foundation, Findhorn, SCOTLAND, UK
Enjoy a residential week at the Findhorn spiritual community and ecovillage in north east Scotland. Held at the Cluny campus, a former Victorian health spa, this week includes full board, with delicious vegetarian meals prepared and served within the setting of a spiritual eco community.
In addition to communication practice and adding to your interspecies communication toolkit, you will spend time quietly each day in the surrounding woods, including a whole day spent in nature in silence. This is a week for deepening your sensitivity to your skills, to nature and to yourself.
For more information visit: www.findhorn.org/programmes/animal-communication-ii/
To deepen your immersion even further you can continue with a week’s Interspecies Communication Retreat on the Hebridean isle of Erraid (details below).
ANIMAL COMMUNICATION RETREAT: 14-20 September 2019, Isle of Erraid, SCOTLAND, UK
An opportunity to immerse yourself in the stunning landscape of this Hebridean island. The week will focus on supported practice within a like-minded group of people, communicating with animals remotely as well as with the seals, birds and sheep on the island. You will join in with the rhythms of this community, taking part in community meditations and practising using your interspecies communication skills in the gardens here.
We will explore the wild landscape together and enjoy healthy vegetarian meals served up in the comfort of the cottages where you will also stay.
Erraid was originally home to lighthouse keepers, who stayed on the island between their shifts at the lighthouses. Once home to the family of the author Robert Louis Stevenson, who were celebrated lighthouse designers, and Stevenson was inspired to write Kidnapped during his time on Erraid.
For more information and to book please visit the Erraid site here.
This weeklong residential retreat can be booked back-to-back with the Level II workshop at Findhorn, or as a stand-alone workshop.