Opening to Connection: Animal Communication Basics
What is Animal Communication?
A simple explanation is that it is telepathic communication between species. That you can send and receive feelings and images from animals and then translate those things. You become a channel for their voice and experience.
The deeper explanation is that Animal Communication is remembering that we are animals too. It is about reconnecting with that part of ourselves that lived in balance with the Earth and all Her beings. That we are apart of that circle, not the leaders of it. Animal Communication is so vulnerable because it reminds us that we are co-existing on a planet that as a species we are not tending for the good of all. Opening to this connection can help us shift our perspective from only seeing the world through human eyes.
In this beginning workshop we will look at what is blocking us from communicating with animals (or believing that we are!), learn the basic tools for communicating, and self care practices for both you and the animals in your life.
Lou LaMotte is a trained Priest/ess and Animal Communicator who helps foster understanding between animals and their people. They believe in co-creating a shared life with animals in the spirit of cooperation and partnership. Through Animal Communication they help animals and humans find that balance by giving voice to animals deep inner lives, needs, and any issues they may be having. They work from a place of knowing that animals lives, intelligence, and magic is equal to our own and this is a principle that they have dedicated their life and work. They do in house session in the Portland area and long distance sessions as well. To find out more or schedule an appointment visit their website at www.thestarsandthesea.com
purchase will be recorded as store credit or can be used towards another workshop.
No refund will be given to no-shows or for cancelations of less then 24 hours.
Seagrape bath + body (View)
319 NE Wygant st
Portland, OR 97211
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|