Anna Breytenbach 12/19/12
Wild Wisdom: Engaging with Our Wild Nature
with Anna Breytenbach
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
2-3 p.m., Eastern Time
(1 p.m. Central, 12 noon Mountain, 11 a.m. Pacific)
(7 p.m. GMT – UK; 8 p.m. CET – Europe; 9 p.m. SAST – South Africa; 8 a.m. Hawaii)
All of life is connected energetically in a rich tapestry of interspecies communication. When we humans are still enough to notice, we can literally know the experiences and lives of non-human beings. When we truly listen to wild animals, plants, elements and places, we learn profound wisdoms from our wild relations… as well as direct knowing of our own inner nature.
Join Anna in fine-tuning your intuition to tap into the mysterious and magical worlds right here on our planet. Learn how to apply telepathic communication to all sorts of situations, from knowing the birds to partnering with your veggies in growing your garden!
Deepening our relationship with the wild ones allows us to tread more lightly upon the Earth.
During the teleclass, you will gain insights into what Mother Nature is feeling and reflecting, and be shown how to connect directly and sensitively with wildlife. We’ll also explore how Mother Nature reflects back to us our own inner natures.
By attending this teleclass you will:
- Acquire new considerations for enhancing your nature experiences.
- Get insights into the worlds of insects, birds, trees and other plants.
- Learn tips for daily-life interactions with plants and wild animals, small or large.
- Understand the role of power/totem helpers.
- Get an improved sense of well-being through conscious connection to Mother Earth.
Meet Anna Breytenbach
Knysna, Western Province, South Africa
Anna leads workshops and nature expeditions focusing on interspecies communication skills. Events are held in southern Africa, northern Europe, and the USA.
She also offers professional consultations (remotely) using telepathic communication to address health, behavioral and integration issues.
About Anna Breytenbach
Anna is a South African-based professional animal communicator who has received advanced training through the Assisi International Animal Institute in California, USA. She’s been practicing for ten years in South Africa, Europe, and the USA with both domestic and wild animals.
Born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa, she holds a degree in Psychology, Economics, and Marketing from the University of Cape Town. During her international corporate career that took her to Australia and then Silicon Valley and Seattle in the USA, she lived out her passion for wildlife and conservation by volunteering at various rehabilitation and educational centers.
Amongst other things she has been a cheetah handler for ten years, served on volunteer committees for snow leopard, cheetah, and mountain lion conservation, and worked at wolf and horse sanctuaries. Currently, Anna is director of a wild cat rescue non-profit organization in the USA. She has participated in wild wolf tracking expeditions in the Rocky Mountains, and has mentored children and adults in nature awareness programs based on the ways of the Native American and San Bushmen peoples.
Anna is a qualified and experienced master training facilitator, focusing on bringing forth participants’ skills through coaching and mentoring in a practical manner. She works with both domestic animals and wildlife, and runs workshops around southern Africa as well as in the USA and UK. She also leads animal communication safaris in Botswana. Her pro bono work focuses on conservation projects such as elephant management, white lion reintroduction, whale and dolphin research, baboon rehabilitation and predator conservation.
Anna’s goal is to raise awareness and advance the relationships among human and non-human animals, on both the personal and spiritual levels. In her communication and conservation work, she guides people to deepen their connection with all species in an honoring manner, and is inspired by living her personal mission of raising consciousness by being a voice for the animals.
Anna is currently busy writing a book and is also the featured subject in the documentary “The Animal Communicator” to be broadcast internationally in 2013. For a short trailer of the documentary, visit http://www.nhuafrica.com/license-acquisition/one-off-specials/animal-nation.
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