Nothing to Thumb Your Nose At!

Watch our most successful Wild Animal Consultation Video with Jungle the Skunk, reaching over 11K people to date!

International Animal Communicator, Anna, pays a visit to Kids Saving the Rainforest, in Costa Rica, to speak with Jungle the Skunk. Through their conversation, Anna hopes to help with her rehabilitation and possible release back to the wild.

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Communicating, Wild Style! Talks with Monkeys, Nina & Darwin

Meet Darwin and Nina!

Jennifer Rice, founder of Kids Saving the Rain Forest asks Anna to check in with two of her special monkeys and they step forward to say “thank you”. They soon discover that Nina misses many moments from the past. Can the changes be made?

Calling All Communicators, and Those Who Want to Learn!

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This is your chance to be immersed in some of the best horseback riding the world has to offer while you hone your innate ability to communicate with all life!

Watch the sun rise and set over the most spectacular desert scenery you will ever see.  Then, in the evening, after a fun-filled day, relax in your cabin while listening to the coyotes calling in the distance.  All of this while Anna takes you on a journey into the world of animal communication.

In this supportive atmosphere, you will learn to enhance the animal communication skills you already have (even if you don’t know it!) and share in a fun and rewarding experience.  By learning to tap into and use your innate abilities, you will quickly discover how you too can converse with the animals.

Anna has worked around the country and around the world helping individuals to communicate and better understand their animal companions.  With Anna, you will enjoy an interactive conversation with your animal friends, learning their perspectives on situations, behaviors, and life knowledge. Having the opportunity to find out what your animal companion’s thoughts, feelings, and attitudes are can greatly enhance your relationship and bring great joy and happiness to your life.

Take me to heaven in the desert!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exotic Animal Communications

Introducing Donut

A sacred sneak-peek and backstage pass to the sloth rescue and sanctuary in Costa Rica. He speaks silently and softly as he shows his story of being hurt and shares his physical condition with linguist, Anna, and the founder, Jennifer Rice, of Kids Saving the Rain Forest.

**DONUT UPDATE** He will be moved to the sanctuary as the Kids Saving the Rainforest #1 ambassador. We will be able to check in on him regularly to see how he is progressing! So stay tuned for more of his story yet to come…

 

For several years now, we have traveled to Costa Rica during the winter for our Ride with Roth and Reiki Retreat, aka, the Healing Journey in Paradise. This is a dream, a retreat, it’s a little bit of everything, and we love it as much as the students do, which is why we go back year after year.

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Take me to paradise!

An Interview with Anna about Animal Communication in Costa Rica

 

One of the many benefits of working as an Animal Communicator is lending one’s services at rescues and rehabilitation facilities. In Costa Rica, Anna partnered with Kids Saving the Rainforest to connect with some very unique souls who were offered a voice as to their wishes, perceived setbacks or limitations, and in order to bring clarity to their full rehabilitation process. Vickie Wickhorst of the Colorado Sage Learning Center interviews Anna about the once-in-a-lifetime experience upon her return.

For more videos from Total Integration Tv, go to Ti-Tv.tv or, visit Dr. Vickie Wickhorst’s page at ColoradoSageLearningCenter.com for more on Quantum Healing and Health!

 

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An Endangered Species Returns Home on Earth Day- Meet Django, the Costa Rican Jaguarundi

“I had the most amazing week, culminating with the best 2 second experience ever.

I was driving on the 2-lane highway when I saw a wild cat, a jaguarundi, lying in the middle of the road.  I stopped traffic both ways while our vet and a biologist brought him to the side of the road, palpating him to see if anything was broken.

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Unable to obtain a box, we put him, unconscious, on a cardboard stretcher, and our vet rode in the backseat with him while I drove to the closest vet clinic.  As we arrived, I hit a pothole, the jaguarundi came to, jumping wildly into the trunk.

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It took 2 vets to contain him and get him out.

It was apparent that he had been hit by a car so he was driven 1 ½ hours for exams and xrays.

Such a miracle, no broken bones!

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He needed to recuperate from the accident and eat before we could release him.

For 5 days we couldn’t get him to eat anything.

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Inspiration struck, maybe if we fed him live animals he would eat. Jaguarundis are in danger of extinction so we had to try it.

We moved him into a large enclosure where he felt safer because he had a place to hide under this crate.

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Finally, on Earth Day, we knew he was strong enough to go back to the wild without becoming prey.

We took him back to the location where we found him, making sure he was way off the highway.

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When releasing him we didn’t know what would happen.  He was an amazing sight, he moved so fast he was a blur! Those were the most amazing 2 seconds of my life!  He was wild and free again, as nature intended!”

Jennifer Rice PhD
President of Kids Saving The Rainforest
www.kidssavingtherainforest.org

Animal Communication to the Jaguarundi Rescue!

Anna was called upon to do an animal communciation session with him early on to help assess the damage and to support his journey.  The following is from her communication with Jennifer:

“Hoping your boy is doing a little better today, Jennifer.

Immediately I felt the need to activate Reiki; energy healing and have this run the whole time throughout my connection.  It seems he needs the energy the most in order to be supportive of his whole situation.  Man-induced and surprised are sensations that are forthcoming.  Extreme discomfort and extreme distrust rule.  He isn’t connecting the same as all of your others with great details, intention, forthcoming, willingness and understanding of the situation.  Instead, he feels very leery of what is possible and guarded, even mistrusting of all.    All of your others understood the possibilities through animal communication and were definitely strong in their connections.

He once roamed, I believe, and obviously no longer does.  In and out of this conversation, not holding any strength.  His connection is weak and his ability to connect is reflected evenly so.  I realize he is on the small size, frightened, concerned, in discomfort.  He shows himself at the rescue and although in good hands, he’s unable to surrender.

There are no clear answers.  Weak is what comes forward.  A lack of life, listless.  Confused, concerned, worries.  Scared, frightened, mistrusting.  Low energy, low life force.  The main piece that comes through is extreme discomfort which is man-induced.

With energy running it is questionable how this little fellow is doing.  He doesn’t show any enclosure, or running around.  He doesn’t show that he is picking up.  Instead, there is no clarity around his situation.  However, it all feels to be internal and not external.  A bit of a mystery.   Not sure he is expecting to make it through.  I do not feel a blockage, nor external damage.  More like an internal situation that he may not even be able to explain.  Feels like he has lost all appetite and realizes he needs this for survival.  Feels like pain, discomfort and no ability to process food.  He doesn’t show bleeding or any fluids leaking from his body.  He shoes confusion.  It’s happening to him…his mind remains clear, his body is reacting.

I’m letting him know he remains in good hands.  That veterinary care is there and all are doing all they can to help him through.  Sending copious amounts of energy and will include my private group into the mix for additional healing powers.

Please let me know how he does.

Hugs from here…wish I could be of more help.”

Jennifer:

“You are spot on!  Everything you said is accurate.   HE ATE!!  I HAVE NEVER BEEN SO RELIEVED IN MY LIFE.”

For more on Kids Saving the Rainforest:

Kids Saving The Rainforest
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For more on Animal Communication or to schedule a session with Anna, go here:

http://www.reachouttohorses.com/animalcomm.html

It’s a JUNGLE out there! Even more so for one skunk hoping to rejoin her natural habitat…

 

International Animal Communicator, Anna Twinney, pays a visit to Kids Saving the Rain forest, in Costa Rica, to speak with Jungle the Skunk. Through their conversation, Anna hopes to help with her rehabilitation and possible release back to the wild. For more information about Anna and animal communication, visit reachouttohorses.com

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Are you wanting to learn Animal Communication from a Master Communicator?  Look no further, Anna’s Animal Communication Mentorship Program is here!

Details for this year’s program are here, soon to be updated to our 2019 Program and all  the new additions to the Ultimate Animal Communication Mentorship Program!

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Or, if staying home and learning at your own pace is more your style, check out Anna’s Home Study Kit here: https://reachouttohorses.mykajabi.com/store/EB9ntFt5

The Journey Less Traveled

In Anna’s Words:

If you had asked me to describe the partnership between our horses and humans there are so many words I could bring forth: love, trust, compassion, connection, mutual respect and understanding…communication, collaboration, fun, enjoyment, relationship, leadership.

Today I FELT something that went beyond this description, something difficult to put into words for “B” (we shall call him); a Belgian who described how he lays his life on the line when he teams up to pull the wagon – just like she does driving him.  He has to trust his person in the wilderness they live in and call home. He has to rely on his person to be there for him. He has to be able to listen and work truly as a team for survival and success. Nothing quite compares to the lifestyle they live…naturally.

They are to grow old together. His excellent training stands him in good stead as an upright citizen, but they still need to be patient with one another as they explore their relationship and build it on true trust. As he learns her language, her needs, and expectations, she learns about him. It’s a partnership built on honesty.

The care that was overlooked previously and the suppleness needed to stay athletic are only a small part of the overall picture. Not everyone can take the reins to drive a team – it’s not about technicalities or queues, it’s about the experiences they share to get them to the very point of trusting one another. This cannot be transferred to another, instead they share this journey. It’s the journey less travelled as they experience the natural world becoming true friends and partners.