Live Online Communication Retreat
Early this year, I was so excited to announce our first-ever New Mexico Animal and Interspecies Communication Retreat, to be held in November at a beautiful ranch near my home. As you may know, I returned to in-person retreat teaching in 2019, after taking a few years off and teaching only distance courses online. I realized that I loved and missed in-person teaching, and so was so looking forward to hosting people here in my beautiful adopted home state of New Mexico.
And then, well, we all know that this year hasn’t turned out the way any of us expected! For quite awhile, I hoped that the pandemic would ease up enough that the retreat could go on as planned, but it’s become clear that our global situation, and in particular, our situation here in the southwestern United States, is going to be challenging for quite some time.
So, as the saying goes, when one door closes, another one opens… we are shifting gears, as are so many others in this time, and I am now really excited to announce our first-ever live online Animal Communication Retreat. It’s November 12-15, 2020, and you can find more details about it here
The silver lining in this restructuring, of course, is that now this retreat is available to a much wider global community.
How is this retreat different from the online courses?
We’ll be meeting in real time, via Zoom (yes, with video), and over a weekend with as much of a retreat structure in place as possible. It’s a weekend intensive, with plenty of opportunity for practice, Q/A, feedback, and deep exploration of the tools for animal and interspecies communication that I’ve been teaching for years. There will also be online instruction and materials through our super-user-friendly class content program, Ruzuku.
[The regular online courses meet over a period of weeks, and are self-paced with optional conference calls. Similar curriculum, different format. If you’ve taken the online courses, or have attended other in-person courses, and would like more practice and experience, you are most welcome to join us in this retreat.]
I have taught this program in online and in-person formats for over a decade, and in this retreat, I will share with you the most important and effective tools and practices that I know for connecting reliably, clearly, and accurately with animals and all life. We’ll come together to practice and explore in a like-minded community of animal and nature lovers, with an emphasis on mutual support, learning, and growth.
Relationships with animals and other-than-human beings are some of the most important relationships in our lives. At this time on our planet, it’s more important than ever that we learn to listen to and learn from the perspective and wisdom of all species who share this world with us.
We’re limiting the enrollment for this retreat, so if you’re interested in joining us, I encourage you to register early.
I would love to have you join us!