Question: How to teach Animal Communication?
Here’s what I shared when asked for some help from a colleague who plans to begin teaching animal communication workshops:
First, I want to thank you for the difference you are making for animals and their people!
I encourage you to ask the animals for help with your workshop. They support you fully and so appreciate your efforts. As human beings we have a tendency to want to teach in a human way, and when we ask the animals how to go about teaching they tell us to do it differently. For instance, when I was getting started back in 1997, I wanted to plan everything out in advance, as it would have me feeling more comfortable teaching but the animals are very much in the moment and I finally surrendered and followed their wisdom. When I begin a workshop I do not know what is going to happen. I turn over control to the animals and they create the magic! They bring the most amazing situations and stories which provide the most profound teaching there is. People learn by experiencing their own animal communication. I learned that I don’t need to worry about a thing. Just show up rested and ready to go. They will take care of the rest.
Probably the most important thing I will say is that all your students, all my students, all humans around the world ALREADY know how to talk with animals telepathically – they just don’t know it. We are here to help them discover their own natural gift and develop it. The newest student can handle the most complex case because they already have the capacity to talk with animals. The communication is so so simple and easy! There is no reason whatsoever to complicate it!
I learned from the animals that I am there to facilitate communication. To have all humans who desire become aware of their natural ability to talk with animals. Having that as my purpose and turning everything over to the wisdom of animals is the way to go!
They know what will have the biggest impact, they know how to create the magic!
In the photo you will see two of my wise managers eager to head out for their walk! Thai on the left and Kato on the right. They are a steady support and joy to me!