13.b Promote mechanisms for raising capacity for effective climate change-related planning and management in least developed countries and small island developing States, including focusing on women, youth and local and marginalized communities
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Every three to four weeks I host an Animal Communication Consultation Clinic for my professional animal communication & Nature communication students and graduates . We meet via teleconference and we invite clients to bring their animals to the call for students and graduates to talk with. This program has been very well received by our clients and the Animal Communication professional students and graduates who are now Animal Communicators in their own right. Some of the students have commented on how they first felt a little nervous at the prospect of working with their first clients, but once they began the process they loved their experience and noticed they had even more confidence afterwards. The animals really showed up for them and felt so appreciative to have their listening. Our clients have raved about their experiences and were absolutely blown away by the communication they experienced and what they learned from the Animal Communicators. One of our graduates was only 14 years old when she joined The Animal Communication Certification Program. Now she is 16. Clients have been totally amazed to find out how young she is after she had talked with their animals and made such a difference. We are so proud of our students and graduates and we have lots of fun as you might imagine!
Well today we had a small group with one graduate from The Nature Communication Certification Program, three graduates of The Animal Communication Certification Program and one new student in The Animal Communication Certification Program. Everyone was doing such great communication and we all felt inspired by the end of our program. In addition to our clients receiving private communications for their pets, as a group of communicators we talked with a cat with some health issues and really got a sense of how she feels and what she believes would be helpful. We talked with a little dog who has been missing for about a week. Besides these communications we also talked with some bears who are in a performance, wolves out in the wild, and elephants about their dwindling populations and the horrible way they are being killed. We asked them how we may help most, for instance where can we stand as human beings which will make the biggest difference for them going forward. Joan had such a lovely message to share from the elephants: They asked us humans to notice what it is we think of when we think of the elephants. Of course we think of their destruction and how heartbreaking it is to know what is going on. The elephants pointed out that with the concern we have over them, the destruction of them is what we think of when we think of elephants. Instead of seeing their beauty and marveling in that we are seeing the destruction. Naturally we care so much about them we believe we must urgently focus on the killing of them to get it to stop. It is like there is no time at the moment to celebrate how amazing they are – we will do that later, right now we must simply save them. But the elephants said this very thinking contribute to the destruction of them. They need people to focus on their beauty, their intelligence, their parenting, their compassion, their tremendous heart and spirit – this is what will keep them alive and have them one day thriving again. We must celebrate them so that they are in the hearts and minds of humanity going forward. When they are in the hearts and minds of humans they go forward because what we hold to be true is true for us. If all we see when we think of elephants is the photos of them dead or suffering, then that is what we are participating in for our reality going forward. We literally drive them away by our fear of losing them.
I am noticing just thinking of the elephants has me feeling down, whereas back when I was a little girls and a young person I was so mesmerized by elephants and the thought of them was rather magical! I get it!!! I’m a positive person but when I think of elephants I feel so bad about what is happening I feel down about it which equals I feel down about them. That’s not what I want!!! Thank you, elephants and thank you Joan for your communication! I am going to turn that around so I start to celebrate elephants again and in that way I will be contributing to their life, their vitality.
Thanks for joining me today!
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The Earth is our home!
This document was shared with me by Myra Jackson who is doing some phenomenal work in bringing people together in projects and new ways of thinking and living which are for the good of all beings and the planet. For more info on Myra Jackson: http://gaiafield.net/gaiafield-council/
Resolution adopted by the General Assembly on 22 April 2009
[without reference to a Main Committee (A/63/L.69 and Add.1)]
63/278. International Mother Earth Day
The General Assembly,
Recalling the 2005 World Summit Outcome,
Recalling also its resolution 60/192 of 22 December 2005 proclaiming 2008 the International Year of Planet Earth,
Acknowledging that the Earth and its ecosystems are our home, and convinced that in order to achieve a just balance among the economic, social, and environmental needs of present and future generations, it is necessary to promote harmony with nature and the Earth,
Recognizing that Mother Earth is a common expression for the planet earth in a number of countries and regions, which reflects the interdependence that exists among human beings, other living species and the planet we all inhabit,
Noting that Earth Day is observed each year in many countries,
- Decides to designate 22 April as International Mother Earth Day;
- Invites all Member States, the organizations of the United Nations system, international, regional and subregional organizations, civil society, non‑governmental organizations and relevant stakeholders to observe and raise awareness of International Mother Earth Day, as appropriate;
- Requests the Secretary-General to bring the present resolution to the attention of all Member States and organizations of the United Nations system.
80th plenary meeting
22 April 2009
 Report of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, Rio de Janeiro,
3–14 June 1992, vol. I, Resolutions Adopted by the Conference (United Nations publication, Sales No. E.93.I.8 and corrigendum), resolution 1, annex II.
 Report of the World Summit on Sustainable Development, Johannesburg, South Africa,
26 August–4 September 2002 (United Nations publication, Sales No. E.03.II.A.1 and corrigendum), chap. I, resolution 2, annex.
 See resolution 60/1.
Today I worked with a new student just beginning The year-long Animal Communication Certification Program. This was her very first animal communication lesson. I was blown away by her natural ability and how she jumped right in and communicated with the animals I introduced her to. I am commonly blown away by my students!!! It is a fun experience every day!!!
First, I guided her through some exercises to bring her more awareness to her natural senses. Then we jumped right in and said hello to our first animal which was my boy kitty, Kato who volunteered to work with us. My student (who will remain unnamed to respect her privacy) lives on the other side of the United States. We have never met in person and so she has never met Kato, but within a few moments she was sharing with me how fun he was and how he LOVED to have his chin tickled, how he love the sun, had a nice gentle feeling about him and how he had actually asked her to settle down so she could really be with him and listen. Everything she shared totally resonated with who Kato is and we asked him back to clarify what she had learned. One of the things she learned from him which I thought was particularly interesting is that Kato said his communication with me and my students was his job. It was simply his work. I had never thought about Kato that way exactly but hearing from this new student from her talk with him already gave me a new knowing and understanding of my own kitty. Pretty cool!!!
And, as if this wasn’t amazing enough, next I asked my student to talk with my kitty named Simone. Next thing you know following my instructions my student shared that Simone was very different than Kato. She thought she was a bit more sophisticated, liked to be petted on her own terms and considered she was too important to be working in the way Kato was.
All of what my student shared fit perfectly. Simone is like a goddess, and definitely only liked to be petted on her terms. For instance, sometimes she can be purring and enjoying being petted but then suddenly demand for the petting to stop. She requires 100% attentiveness when she is being petted. You must be ready to stop instantly when she has had enough whereas Kato is much less demanding.
Well all was going so well in this students first training session so I said let’s talk with a kitty who is missing currently and being looked for by his people. My students experience with this cat was just like mine. The cat was enjoying being out running free. He loves his people and wants to return but is not quite ready to cooperate. She also shared that he wasn’t fully eager to be back at home as it was. He really wanted to have the opportunity to run free from home once he is back. Together I guided her in asking this cat if he knew how to find his people when he is ready. He said he did. He is aware of where they are putting out live traps for him. He has been avoiding them because he is not ready but when ready could go to this location.
Next we moved on to talk with a dog I will call George who is missing. The home where he lived burned down from a forest fire and the dog has been missing for almost three weeks now. My student shared that George was feeling some excitement being out and about and being searched for. He shared how much he loves his family and wants to return but felt like it wasn’t quite the right time to return. He said they were doing some important work which needed to be complete and then he would cooperate about being found. He also shared that at home he would like more to do. He wants to be stretched in learning new things, having better behavior and a purpose in their home and life. He shared that he thinks his people feel really bad about the fire and that they have let him down in some way and are responsible in some way. He wants them to know they are not responsible and don’t need to be so hard on themselves. He fears they feel incapable of taking care of him and may think to find him another home. He really doesn’t want that and hesitates on going home until they sort all this out and just simply welcome him back into the family.
Wow! A lot of animals have been heard today with my new student!!! I am super delighted knowing a new human being will be on the scene knowing she CAN talk with animals, make a difference and have fun!!! Next week more conversations!!!
If you would like to become aware of your natural ability and talk with animals in this way, let me know I would be delighted to work with you! And, there are many possibilities as to how to work together from a free class which meets once a month to The Animal Communication Certification Program which is a year-long program.
For more information: Animal Communication Classes & Nature Communication Classes
Dear Nature Listeners,
Please join the call this Saturday July 30 at 8 − 9 a.m. pacific time, (this is 9 −10 a.m. mountain time, 10 − 11 a.m. central, 11 − 12 eastern time).
605-562-3140 access code: 482617#
Instructor: Class is led by world renowned Animal & Nature Communicator, Maia Kincaid Ph.D.
No Experience Necessary!
Develop your telepathic ability to communicate with animals, plants, insects and the Earth meanwhile gathering information from Nature which can be used to implement the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations. The 17 SDG’s are listed at the bottom of this email fyi.
Meeting dates: July 30, Aug 27, Sept 24, Oct 22, Nov 19, Dec 10, 2016
If you are unable to attend this call or future calls you may participate via the audio recordings and Forum.
Sign up information: Nature
Invite friends who would love to be invited!
Objectives for the course:
• You become aware of your natural ability to dialog with trees, plants, insects, animals, and the Earth.
• Your experiences and insights, from your dialogs, are posted by you on our Forum and Titan Pad.
• Our insights on the implementation of United Nations Sustainable Development Goal’s gathered from the wisdom of Nature are given directly to Heads of State, Government, UN Ambassadors and delegates on a monthly basis by our group led by Dr. Lisinka Ulatowska, Coordinator Commons Cluster of the UN NGO Major Group and Commons Action for the United Nations, UN Rep. Association of World Citizens; Institute for Planetary Synthesis, All Win Network.
By taking the simple steps of the course we achieve all goals, and we collectively have the unprecedented opportunity to create a new experience on planet Earth where we live in harmony with Nature, just as has been recently stated and agreed upon, unanimously, by all nations.
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals:
Goal 1: End poverty in all its forms everywhere
Goal 2: End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture
Goal 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
Goal 4: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote life-long learning opportunities for all
Goal 5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls
Goal 6: Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all
Goal 7: Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy for all
Goal 8: Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all
Goal 9: Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation
Goal 10: Reduce inequality within and among countries
Goal 11: Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable
Goal 12: Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
Goal 13: Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impact
Goal 14: Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development
Goal 15: Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems,sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss
Goal 16: Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development,provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels
Goal 17: Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the globalpartnership for sustainable development.
Thank you for being a part of our Nature Communication Team!
Maia Kincaid Ph.D. Founder of The Sedona International School for Nature and Animal Communication and Dr. Lisinka Ulatowska, Coordinator Commons Cluster
If you would like to explore other animal and, or Nature communication training options let us know. Here’s a link with more info: Animal & Nature Communication
With gratitude & love,
Maia & Lisinka