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Talk with animals, trees and … This Saturday! No experience necessary!

Talk with animals, trees and … This Saturday! No experience necessary! 8 − 9 a.m. pacific time 712-770-4010access: 218628#

This is a free class. For more information or to share with friends: Nature

Thank you! See you in class!

Upcoming Nature Communication Class Dates:

712-770-4010 access: 218628# at 8:00 – 9:00 a.m. pacific standard time.

June 4

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Dec 10

With gratitude & love,

Maia

Maia Kincaid Ph.D. Bringing Animal

& Nature Communication to the World Since 1997!

The Sedona International School for Animal & Nature Communication.

www.animalcommunicationworld.com
928-282-2604
P.O. Box 4761
Sedona, AZ 86340

Animal & Nature Communication Books

June 4, Learn to talk with Trees, Animals, Hummingbirds & the Earth! 8:00 a.m. pacific time from wherever you are

Dear Nature Listeners,

Please join me on Saturday June 4 at 8 a.m. – 9 a.m. pacific time for our Nature Communication ongoing training program. We will be talking with animals, plants and the Earth awakening and exercising those natural communication muscles and meanwhile gathering information we can share to implement the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.

No experience is necessary. Call in to: 712-770-4010 access: 218628#

The Animal Listening Project Class!

Discover your natural ability to communicate telepathically with animals! Begin Your Animal Communication Adventures Today!

The Animal Listening Project was founded on a truth known by the animals – that ALL human beings have the natural ability to talk with animals, to hear them, and, to dialog back and forth with them, just like we do with people! The Animal Listening Project is comprised by a group of animal and nature lovers worldwide who are dedicated to pausing to listen to animals and beings of nature to honor them, and hear and heed, what they have to say.

Talking with a well-traveled seagull

It was Saturday morning, April 9, 2016 and I was communicating on behalf of learning Nature’s insight on our United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 6 on water. In a few hours I would be leading our international Nature communication class in our monthly nature communication training. I had already talked with a giraffe, an orangutan, a baboon and now I had United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 6.4 on my word document: 

Talking with Frida the baboon

Last Saturday, April 9, 2016, I was looking through my word documents to locate my Nature communications for United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 6: Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all

Unfortunately, or fortunately, I did not locate my communications. So, I figured I might as well begin my communications anew before meeting for class later in the morning. I began by pasting in the actual goal to a new word document and then asked telepathically who would like to share insight on this goal.

First a giraffe showed up to talk about SDG 6.1, then an orangutan to talk about SDG 6.2 and now here is 6.3. Let’s see who shows up!