Communication With All Life University and founder Joan Ranquet to present upcoming workshops in learning animal communication, energy healing techniques for animals, and death & the art of dying.
In an era of ecological emergency, more people are re-discovering the need to connect with all sentient beings. Animals teach us how to live in harmony with Nature and with each other. Animals teach us how to survive in a changing world. According to Joan Ranquet, author of Communication with All Life: Revelations of an Animal Communicator and her latest book, Energy Healing for Animals, animal communication and energy healing can not only deepen our relationship with animals but help us re-discover our kinship with them.
On October 6-15, 2017 internationally renowned Animal Communicator, author, speaker, healer, teacher, wildlife advocate and marine naturalist Joan Ranquet will be teaching three separate hands-on workshops at her farm in Santa Clarita. October 6-8 will be “Beginning and Advanced Animal Communication,” October 9-12 will be “Death and the Art of Crossing Over,” and October 13-15 will be “Energy Healing for Animals.”
“There is something magical about being in the same room or barnyard with so many other like-minded people. All ships rise with the tide so the beginners grow when they see advanced students, and the advanced students are inspired by the greatness of the beginners,” states Joan.
Joan Ranquet has appeared on Dateline, The Today Show, Good Morning America, Animal Planet and was featured in The LA Times, The Sun Sentinel and The Palm Beach Post. For more information or to register for workshops, please visit https://joanranquet.com/10-percent-off/?ri=0. Early registration discount ends September 1, 2017.
If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Joan Ranquet, please call Cheryl Cuttineau at 949.463.3017 or email Cheryl at firstname.lastname@example.org
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