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The Animals asked me to throw out the “baby steps” a long time ago! New Animal Communication students can jump right in with the very first animals they talk with and solve complicated cases (like a new cat in the home and an upset original cat).
 
Animals believe all humans have the ability to talk with them so why not just jump in and do it! They asked me to throw out the “baby steps” a long time ago! So, I have no levels including with myself. At this event I am out to take animal communication to an entirely new place for the participants & myself, and take Animal Communication to an entirely new level of ease and clarity on the planet.

“You have dispelled my fear that I would be a complete failure at animal communication, believing that other people can do it, but not me. Like you say, it is easy, and we all have the ability to “talk with the animals”. And what a joy that is! This is life-changing for me.” H. L. Australia.

“Those two days were an epiphany. Not only could you speak to animals, but they could speak back and have long conversations with you!! And anyone could do this. Truly! Imagine the possibility…..! I felt like another door had been opened in my life. I had only to step through it and enter a world beyond my imagination.” R. D. India

“I am overwhelmed with finally being able to communicate and had never imagined that I would speak to so many of them in one session.” K.M. India

 
I was asked some questions about how Animal Communication Workshop training goes. For instance: Is the Sedona Animal Communication Workshop Oct 28 & 29 for beginners or advanced?
 
In my teleconference classes and in person workshops for instance in Sedona, India, New York & Tokyo, I like to work with a mix of levels of experience.
 
In this upcoming workshop in Sedona there will be some participants who are new to animal communication (at least they believe they are) and some have years of experience. I have students flying in from various locations in the US and Canada.
 
What happens is we do a short introduction where we get really clear about what animal communication actually is (for the first hour) then we jump right in and start talking with animals. Distinguishing what the communication actually involves clears away a lot of confusion and makes it simple to just jump in and start doing it. The advanced gain even more clarity and ease in their communication by clearing away any confusion they have or unnecessary steps or habits, or concerns. New students experience a new world where they can now talk with any animal at any time under any circumstance going forward. Everyone continues to develop throughout the workshop with each conversation we have.
 
The actual process of 2-way communication is very simple and straightforward. I find new students sound like advanced students and everyone expands in awareness and ease in the communication.
 
The usual reaction to the workshops and teleconference classes is to be blown away by how simple and clear the communication is, and how many animals we talk with in a short amount of time. New students can jump right in with the very first animals they talk with and solve complicated cases (like a new cat in the home and an upset original cat).
 
A tremendous amount of experience is gained in the weekend and my way of teaching and communicating requires no props, no photos, no meditation, and no preparation. Similar to talking with fellow humans (unless it is an important meeting of some sort) we just jump right in with the animals and talk, ask questions, and listen.
 
So, to answer your question, it is not an intro class and it is an intro class. The animals believe all humans have the ability to talk with animals so why not just jump in and do it and make a difference for animals and people. They asked me to throw out the “baby steps” a long time ago! So, I have no levels including with myself. At this event I am out to take animal communication to an entirely new place for the participants & myself and on the planet.
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