Animal Communication Class: Receiving a Message
Animal Communication Class
Overviews general and basic ways to increase communication and bond covered in Part 1 (Delivering Clear Communication) and Part 2 (Receiving info).
Next ONLINE class TBD
Please note that Part 1 Better communication with your pet is a recommended pre-requisite for Part 2.
Wouldn’t it be nice to more effectively communicate with your pet?
Unless you are a professional animal communicator, you probably wish you could understand and communicate better with your pet. Most of us feel limited, and often frustrated, in our communication with them and wish we could be better at it.
These intuitive abilities allow me to get information about the pet that is useful for the session. These same techniques can help you communicate better and have a closer relationship with your pet, as well. Other benefits with increasing these skills are for decreasing pet anxiety and stress and increasing harmonious behavior.
These classes overview how animals communicate in sending and receiving communication. This will help you understand where they are coming from and what they are looking for. Examples and practice exercises are covered in both parts.
Receiving a Message (Part 2) Class goals
• Overview the elements how animals communicate
• Enhance your relationship with your pet
• Over view the various methods of receiving information
• Increase listening and hearing skills in this realm
• Enhance your ability and skill to receive information in communication with your pet
• Examples and practice exercises
Class taught by animal intuitive, L. Leigh Love who has studied and used animal
communication skills professionally and personally over the last 20 years. These
same techniques can help you communicate better and have a closer relationship
with your pet, as well. I developed these classes because I know how valuable
it has been for me and want to share. It is designed for the everyday person
wanting to know more about animal communication, the basics and how to increase
their own communication and bond with their pet.