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Animal communication

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Animal communication

Wouldn’t you love to know what your cat, dog, horse
or other pet really thinks; or how they feel physically or
emotionally? Most animal lovers would love to know this. In
fact deepening your relationship with your pet and in that
way creating a strong bond would be important to animal
lovers. So what to do if one cannot yet hear our animals
speak and ask for help?
Debbie Caknis, animal communicator, healer and teacher,
has been able to help many people develop this inherent
skill. She teaches them to look at animals holistically – not
only at the physical symptoms of disease, but also at the
emotional and spiritual causes of illness – allowing them to
return to good health and well-being. When animals are
allowed to have a voice, the effects are amazing: barriers
disappear, clarity is obtained and one is guided to helping
ones beloved pet live longer, happier lives.
“Being able to communicate with animals is beneficial for
the animals and the humans, especially when the animals
have been or are about to have changes in their lives,
to be relocated to a new home or country; if they are ill;
have behavioural problems; to find out if they want to be
euthanized due to terminal illness or injury or want to be reintegrated
with their humans. We also communicate with
passed-over animals, to help their humans cope with grief
and guilt”, says Debbie.
Through the School of Intuition & Healing, Debbie offers
both introductory and advanced workshops in animal
communication. The introductory course teaches the
theory of animal communication and equips participants
to communicate with their own animals and the animals of
friends and relatives through photograph and live readings.
The next introductory course will be on 3 and 4 September;
the Advanced course will be on 29 and 30 October.

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