Testimonials from the Animal Communication Mentorship Tier III Mentees Detailing Their Experience Thus Far

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Christine M. of Tadworth, Surrey

Really fabulous few days!  For me, knowing yet another group of humans have participated in one of Anna’s Animal Communication classes and will leave with the knowledge and understanding of what it truly means to be a voice for animals, is a joy!  It is also a joy to be one of those humans.

Cathy L. of Terryville, CT

Wanting more…  After a lifetime of working with horses I found myself still wanting more.  Six days of connecting with animals with an amazing group to study Animal Communication was a dream come true.  By learning to connect directly with the animals’ thoughts I have expanded my own belief in what is possible.  Anna, you’ve always provided the “more.”  Thank you!

Melody S. of Middleton Springs, VT

When I received the information online of this course I was so interested yet could not see how I could fit it in my schedule.  A few weeks went by and I received another notice that there was only one spot left.  A voice immediately spoke in my head that I HAD to sign up for this course right now.  Needless to say I am enjoying the company of my dear friend, Anna, and her lovely family on this first week.  Also, meeting the incredible, diverse group of animals and people and gaining insight from all of them.  What I have always appreciated about Anna is her ability to reach each person within a group and slightly modify the composition of the day to meet each one’s need.  We have all gained so much depth and insight this week. My deepest gratitude!

 For me the Animal Communication Mentorship Class is an opportunity to reignite, deepen and expand understanding.  I am so appreciative of Anna’s innate gifts that she so readily shares with those who are willing to delve deeper and work toward goals.  Our week has been enriched by the animals and the people in our circle, and I look forward to the progress we all will be making as we learn our own accents and language in this work.  I am so excited to continue with the grace and support of all.

 

Gina K. of Centennial, CO

 This week has been the most eye-opening experience felt on every level of who I am as a living creature- physical, emotional, spiritual, and energetically.  This week will truly change my journey with animals and I am very excited to see how that looks.

 

Lauren W. of Wilmington, NC

 This class is very intensive.  It’s very important that the participant stay focused and not give up.  It is hard but well worth doing.  I am very pleased I stayed with it and am very happy with the outcome.  I learned so much and have so much more to learn!

 

Teresa P. of Seffner, FL 

My experience with the Anna Twinney Animal Communication Mentorship Program has been nothing less than positive.  The days were very informative, eye-opening, and well-timed.  The time was utilized to the maximum so that the schedule was not lacking, but over-energized by the wealth of knowledge being shared by Anna.  The knowledge being shared was key in the sharing department, her heart was open and pouring forth and inspiring to all class members.  I am forever grateful and humbled by the world and wisdom that Anna Twinney has introduced me to.

 

Patricia H. of Cody, WY

 Where do I begin with what I have learned during the last 6 days?  As always I have never been disappointed with one of Anna’s classes.  I have learned to be open to all possibilities, to listen to my heart, my intuition, realize that sometimes things are on a case-by-case basis.  I am never disappointed with the depth, breadth, and tremendous amount of knowledge that Anna has and is so willing to share with those who are willing to learn.  Thank you, Anna!

 

Beth V. of Richfield, MN

 Anna has great intuition about what to teach in her classes, and how to teach it.  She knows what her class is ready to accept and opens their eyes a bit more each time.

 

Rob S. of Cottage Grove, MN

 I took Anna’s Animal Communication Course with no experience in Animal Communication.  Anna didn’t tell or direct me in how to communicate to animals.  I followed/discovered my own direction by listening to Anna and the others in the class.  This allowed me to build my own method that challenged me to be my best and remove the fears of moving forward.

 

Cheryl M. of Vancouver, BC

 Anna’s Animal Communication Mentorship Program is an extraordinary experience.  The experiences in this comprehensive training class are designed to help you discover your specific Animal Communication language as well as build your confidence.  Anna creates a learning environment that is supportive and encouraging, allowing you to explore your individual talents.

 

Susan H. of Chadron, NE

 I absolutely LOVED the class.  Anna’s teaching methods and her years of experience allows the student to recognize and build on their own gifts and style of Animal Communication.

 

Natalie M. of Los Altos, CA

 I am opening up to the endless possibilities that Animal Communication reveals.  It is a life-changing experience and I know now nothing is impossible.  The animals will lead you on an amazing journey and are so appreciative.

 

Marcia R. of Markham, VA

 Anna gives such a thorough experience and overview of Animal Communication that she really helped me figure out where I belong.  Each exercise shows you what works and what doesn’t.  Anna also does a great job of honoring everyone’s different style.  She pulls you forward without putting you in a box, MAGIC!  I know that for myself, her teaching style and expertise is a perfect fit.

 

Pam C. of Madrid, IA

 The time spent with Anna and class members has helped me to learn what I have to do to connect with an animal and to receive details with validation.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happy New Year! Our First Diary of the Year!

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From Our Herd to Yours:

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Another fresh New Year is here; another year to live!  Let us banish worry, doubt and fear, in favor of love, laughter and generosity!  A hundred years from now, it will not matter the sort of house I lived in, what my bank account was, or the car I drove … but the world may be different because I was important in the life of animals and the creatures on this earth …and you can be too!  Enjoy this month’s inspirational newsletter.  Happy New Year from our herd, hounds and hearts to yours.

 

In The News

 

Animal communication touches lives like no other … from connecting people to their loved ones, supporting vets and other health practitioners, giving a voice to the voiceless, answering needs and even helping them transition to other side. Or sometimes, bringing them through from the other side to bring them home.  This article was recently published in the UK as horsemanship opens its doors to telepathic communication more and more.  Read all about Bouie’s story, a race-horse, who lost his races and was facing an unusual emergency, until this very communication.

Ask Anna!

Dear Anna,

How can I get started with Animal Communication?
There are many ways, the graphic below makes some suggestions for beginning to connect and communicate with your dog. If you have a cat or another friend, you can certainly adapt the exercises. The important thing is to begin to thoughtfully communicate. Or, if you’re really ready to learn … consider our Animal Communication Mentorship Program.
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Anna & the Animals: A Glimpse Into Conversations
“Words failed me today during my consultation with an incredible dog diagnosed with an aggressive cancer. She did not describe herself to be stoic, but instead holding a warrior’s energy. She did not describe it to be fighting, but instead choosing life. Rather than heaviness around this Christmas season, she chooses to focus on health and wellbeing. If we could only bottle this feeling for all to hold on to during such challenges we all would have a feeling of peace and understanding.”
~ Anna 
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Learn to talk to the animals at home or live … our NEW mentorship program.
You asked for continued support, to truly delve deeper into your innate gifts, to understand the difference between imagination and a true connection, how to hold a conversation, the ethical standards in the industry and help to embrace animal communication as the REAL DEAL through a down-to-earth mentor.  We listened and are bringing animal communication into your homes…no matter where you are in the world!
Connections Matter
Social media notified an emergency; her trainer recommended he be killed, he was of no use.  She had 3-days only… and I moved into action to save his life asking for time. This vote of confidence alone gave her strength to sanction for him to come home, even before the consultation.  She knew no different and was taking the advice of her trainer, just like the majority of clients do.  Trusting those around them that they know best making life and death decisions and yet here was an innocent soul subjected to abuse at the buggy race track.  It was time to find out the truth and give him the chance he deserved, to be with the person he chose to be with and bring life back to his listless, beaten up body.  They are not commodities to be used and discarded, but instead athletes with futures.
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Hi Anna ♥

Thank you for that you care and thanks for indescribable good help. I do not know how I’ll ever thank you enough ♥

Yes, my boy came home yesterday and he was very happy to see me. Now we will use the day to enjoy ourselves together and his mood has risen considerably.

I’ll keep you updated along the way about how things are going with us, and hope to prove to others that the conversation we had saved the life of my horse and that there are other possibilities than just to listen to a coach’s opinion. I can guarantee you that it is slaughtered many horses a week around Scandinavia precisely because of this.

Wishing you a brilliant wonderful evening Anna ♥

Hug from Maserati and Elin ♥, Norway

 

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Where in the World is Anna?

 

Anna Takes Animal Communication to non-profits on the East Coast: Ray of Light Farm in East Haddam, CT and For the Love of Dogs!

Everyone talks to their dog. Those of us with pets, have had casual “conversations” with our furry, feathered, or even finned friends. It’s human nature to chat. We’ve likely bent Rover’s ear too long over trivial irritations that happened at work or lamenting the tedious commute home. Our pets have long been victims of our mindless self-talk and keepers of our deepest secrets.
 
But what if you could have a real conversation with your animal companion?  What if you knew what they were really thinking or saying …
Anna returns to For the Love of Dogs every year coaching their staff, volunteers and supporters on the language of energy so they may be able to adjust to each rescue dogs’ needs and improve their approach, beliefs and interactions.  The ladies, many from New York City, suspected these “things” were possible, but had not experienced them personally or been able to put words to their expressions.  For several days Anna introduced them to the power of the pendulum, kinesiology and spoke up by giving a voice to the dogs at the rescue.  Many described their past, the present conditions, their characters, hopes, fears, needs and dreams – allowing for the rescue to pave the way making improvements and ensuring they found the best fit for the dogs, making the adoptions permanent and perfect!  Leading the way through complimentary therapies Anna includes nutritional supplements, therapeutic essential oils and energy healing into her teachings in support of all rescues.
Anna & the Animals: A Glimpse Into Conversations
“Imagine being frightened of the room light being turned on, because of what was about to happen to you. This is the very feeling I got to experience today as I connected to a little innocent soul as he described his adoptive home experience. My beliefs that dogs express their sadness through their actions vanished as I began to cry, releasing his fear and feeling joy that he had been heard and this would never happen to him again. He explained he could not cry tears like humans could … an action we may take for granted. A priceless consultation establishing how to help him forward and find his next home, a home he could describe and choose. A Christmas present like no other from his rescue … and yes, and a request for a bow wrapped bone:)!”
~ Anna
Annual White Stallion Ranch Dream Retreat, Arizona
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The exceptional clients from The Animal Communication Dream Retreat share with us their thoughts and reflections after their amazing week at the White Stallion Ranch in November.
“Coming from a scientific background, I am always looking for logic and a validated outcome.  I have recently been curious about, and felt the desire to explore animal communication, but never was drawn to the proper teacher.  Anna “appeared out of the blue” and I knew that she was the one who could relate to me and become my teacher, mentor, and inspiration.  After completing the course, Anna was able to meet all my expectations and infinitely more.  Now I feel that my journey has definitely begun.  I know that it was the animals who sent me to Anna.  Do not miss any opportunity to just be in her presence.  She is so incredibly gifted.  You will learn and grow and begin to realize your potential.  Let your journey begin.”Marcia Lorenz
“I had been looking for answers in connection with Animal Communication and how to move forward.  Although there is a lot of information to be found via the web and in books as well as recommendations from others etc.  But for me I was looking for someone I felt a connection with and that I could follow as being a mentor.  This is exactly what I discovered in Anna and I am so excited that I feel I can now move forward with confidence.  A huge thank you is not enough to express how I really feel when trying to convey that through a few lines on paper.” ~ Lynda Marks

 

 

Volunteer Day at  Equine Voices Rescue and Sanctuary

 

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Sparrow’s Story: A Challenging Orphan Filly Who Few Could Handle with Care

Orphaned, severely injured and left to die as a foal she found her way to a rescue where she was nurtured back to health living among other wild horses.  Orphan foals often develop dangerous behavior patterns, find it challenging to integrate with other horses and can come to harm – a situation Sparrow found herself in once again during transportation as she fought for her life.  Watch ROTH founder, Anna Twinney, communicate with Sparrow at liberty to discover her true story and create a trust-based partnership and specialized training program based on the language of the horse. Asked to connect & communicate, where others could not, Anna devised a program to prepare Sparrow for the longest journey of her life – a trip home.  When raised correctly orphan foals speak Equus too!  A clip dedicated to all those horses who fight for their lives and possess the warrior energy – it’s worth it!

Side effects of ROTH classes:

 

Picture a being created to roam the highlands, to travel in a family band, each having their place, their role… Yet there she was, locked in a small stall like a chute, forced to carry foal after foal, year after year without once seeing green grass, the mountains, the sun, or feeling the breeze. Let alone enjoying time with the baby! Is she broken inside? Or does she manage to just endure what’s happening to her? What about the little ones, conceived for no other purpose than to keep the mare pregnant? What does the foal suffer with such a burdened start in life? Most them end up in slaughter,  but a few lucky ones get rescued by people who understand the tragedy and are willing to interfere. Equine Voices in Arizona is one of those sanctuaries that now harbors a good number of gentle giants that escaped the PREMARIN (PMU) industry in Canada.

One of that herd was a beautiful gray gelding. He was rescued by Karen Pomroy of Equine Voices as a six month old in a larger group together with his mother. For the next nine years he spent a quiet life in a pen with a handful of older PMU females. Although he was the most impressive by size, his gentle nature was no match for the mare’s distinct determination, probably fostered by years of not having a voice at all.

Reach out to Horses (ROTH) chose this rescue for the Holistic Horsemanship Certification course. The gentle gelding named Kodiak Raja was on the list of horses that got a student assigned for some daily attention. His history included a vague story of some early training attempts gone horribly wrong with him escaping through a fence in panic and a human getting hurt. He had not experienced much training after that. The approach was thus very cautious especially because the horses were in a large pen together during the sessions.

Kodi showed little interest in being the object of a human’s attention but he was very polite and stood as much as he could until he walked away apologetically. Ropes were not his friends. An introduction to the horseman’s rope exploring the whole body was pretty much the culmination of the first week of class.

A rumor started murmuring that he would be a great candidate for a new home. It is likely redundant to point out to the readership of this newsletter that Anna Twinney (the founder of ROTH and instructor of the class) has a special gift in matching horses to students. Kodi went home in the heart of the assigned student and became part of the student’s story. Before the second half of the class started several months later, the family decided to apply for adoption with the owner of the rescue.

During the second part of the class the daily program with Kodi included grooming and work with the emotion code by Dr. Nelson. Kodi was still very reserved but politely allowed to be approached. He was not integrated into actual class work because he was not ready or trained to even be led to the “classroom”.

In the meantime, the paper side of the adoption procedure was completed. The class was over and it was up to the rescue owner and the student to get to the actual transfer. Because of Kodi’s history and his lack of training, there was worry regarding the trailer loading. Would he bolt? Hurt himself or bystanders? After a lot of consideration, one of the rescue’s regular trainers proclaimed that she would be able to load him into a trailer. A date was set and the future owners headed South early on a Tuesday morning for a five-hour ride. It was exciting! At Equine Voices the trailer was backed up to the stall where Kodi was waiting. He did not seem too concerned as he easily glanced over the tall wall at the preparations.

The trainer took over, opened a door to the outside world where fence panels led to the trailer entrance. She went into the stall and softly coaxed Kodi to move towards the opening. Nobody else moved. For about three minutes he explored alternatives: move left, move right, look for another gate… Then he stepped outside. He hesitated for a moment and approached the trailer. Both front feet went up and the trailer floor made a hollow sound. His head was now really high in this position. He bent his neck and looked back over the fence at his mom and the rest of the ladies he had spent all these years with. Then he straightened up and walked calmly inside the dark, shaky box. Helpers quickly closed the trailer doors but there was no need to hurry. He had made up his mind, he knew.

Considering his history and his experience, it is astonishing how sure his demeanor was to leave his herd behind.

A discussion erupted in the truck on the way home regarding the name. Should he get a new name now that he was headed for a new life? The decision was made to call this beautiful tall man Odin Olaf Kodi Raja.

The trip was uneventful. Judging from the quiet behind the truck, he was not particularly agitated in the trailer. At his new home the trailer was backed up to a gate that led into a corral. He walked towards the open doors and then almost fell down because he had forgotten that there was a step up into the trailer and now there was a step down. He immediately headed straight for his new family on the other side of the fence. This is an eclectic mix of rescued drafts, nervous gaited horses, BLM mustangs, and a laid back BLM burro. All together a group of nine, waiting for number ten. He respectfully offered his nose over the fence for greetings. Then he was herded into his new stall next to everybody, including a clan of alpacas. Not all horses are fond of these funny looking creatures but he wanted to say hi to them as well and stuck his head fearlessly and friendly over the fence for some mutual sniffing. A great start!

This does not seem to be the same horse that I had gotten to know at Equine Voices. He always comes up to the fence when anybody shows up. He loves attention and sticks his head into my chest for scratches around the ears. He is also very vocal and whinnies with a heartwarming bluesy voice at his new equine family, as well as at humans. He is majestic yet gentle, very friendly but still polite and not pushy. Training has started slowly with more rope work and halters. He now follows willingly on a lead into the round pen where the first sessions are going very well. He is definitely very smart and the concept of learning is no problem for him. At this point he would rather just hang out with his humans and snuggle rather than having to “work” but I am sure becoming proud of his achievements will make him look forward to lessons as much as we do. I can imagine slowly moseying through the desert on this gorgeous gray that has a magnificent soul that makes his impressively sized body seem like a tiny box.

We have yet to find his trigger points to know exactly what to work on. The plan is to have him enjoy the rest of his long life with this new family, with learning, with essential oils, with games, with good food, with good care, and above all with a purpose! You are all welcome to come and visit to meet him at our ranch. It is worth a trip.

The humble new parents.

 

Photos:

Kodi(left) at Equine Voices: Odin1

Odin (formerly Kodi) first time meeting his new family: Odin2

Odin looking good in the morning: Odin3

Odin and his new friend, BLM burro Zavorine, enjoying a Sunday afternoon at the slow feeder. He is very Buddhist when it comes to standing his ground. Especially my low pecking order horses take great pleasure in chasing him around. Zafi is the only one that just won’t waste energy with pecking order games. So for now it’s the two until he learns to manage the pesky little Paso Finos. We are practicing that whenever I am around to keep an eye on things. Carolina

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Horse Whispering 101 with Certified ROTH Instructor, Braxton Dolce and Reach Out to Horses

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This year Reach Out to Horses launched Horse Whispering 101, which I had the pleasure of instructing.  It is designed for people who have just begun to awaken their inner horse whisperer, or people coming back to horses after a break.   The students came from all over the United States, Canada, and from all walks of life.  Each class I teach seems to evolve with a theme; the commonality in this group was a desire to become comfortable working with horses in a safe and confident manner, which I felt was accomplished.

The most rewarding piece of being a Reach Out to Horses Certified Instructor is helping students work through their fears, insecurities and preconceived notions about working with and around horses.  I really enjoy watching as the “pennies drop” and the “light bulbs turn on.”  This wonderful group of ladies worked through understanding working with horses in the mindset of a horse whisperer.  They learned how to stay in the “present and not so distant future,” and how to juggle between being in your head and being in your heart or feeling space.  As they began to learn the equipment they found confidence in entering a paddock with multiple horses and were able to catch them using visualization, appropriate body language, controlled energy, and correct use of the tools in their hands.  The exercises that followed built on the foundation that was set in the first couple of days.

Braxton Dolce

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I wanted you to know that I worked with a Fjord mare this week who had been yanking everyone around so that she could grass-dive…so I combined my TTouch leading techniques with some ROTH intentionality asking her to “stay with me” and keeping watch (out of the side of my eye) to be sure she kept her head up…it allowed me to stay one step ahead of her and I only needed some upward pulsing on the halter occasionally for reinforcement so that she never got completely into eating…I felt I maintained my leadership and stayed focused…I was very pleased…

— Elizabeth V., NY

Thank you for the excellent hands-on work with the horses this past week.  You are a fabulous instructor, especially when demonstrating how to work with the horses and working with students right as they are working with the horses.  You have a real talent connecting with the human and knowing precisely what is needed at just that immediate time-nothing less, nothing more- to get to the next step!  Awesome instruction!  Most likable person because you connect with your students!  Thanks!

— Connie C., CO

Just wanted to say hello and thanks.  As I watch and re-watch the video clip of me and the Vanner- Embar- I want to give working with the horses more time.  I’ve lots to learn from them.  (really,really missing them too)  Thought you would like to know… I hope I will be in a class of yours again.  Thanks again,

 

— Sharon SD,CA

 

Animal Communicator, Anna Twinney, Gives Voice to Wild Mustang Living in Captivity

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White Stallion Ranch sponsored the adoption of a wild mustang on January 8th to participate in Arizona’s Extreme Mustang Makeover.  JP Dyal had 104 days to train a horse captured from a band of Mustangs in Nevada and trucked to a BLM holding facility in Arizona, where he lived for the next 3 years.

The horse was randomly assigned from the holding pens on adoption day.  For the first few days he stood in the round pen surrounded by ranch activity, calmly taking it all in.  Each night, JP would sleep in the round pen on a cot which bonded them quickly. JP named him Chance, saying “this is his second chance at a good life.”

It was immediately apparent that Chance was a very unusual horse. JP started his training on day 2 and Chance responded well to everything that was asked of him. He was willing and trusting and you could actually see him processing information.

Anna Twinney, an internationally respected Animal Communicator offers workshops at White Stallion Ranch. We asked if she would communicate with Chance; to ask if he was comfortable in his new life or if he was missing his band and his freedom on the open range. We also wanted to know if there was anything we could do to shape his future, make his life with usbetter and somehow make up for the trauma caused by humans.

What follows is a summary of the communication between Chance and Anna as she shared it with us in real time via telephone:

JP, Carol and Susanne sit in Carol’s office at the speaker phone, Anna is on the line and explains briefly what to expect as she reaches out to Chance and begins her communication with him.  The line goes silent, we wait, and 10 minutes pass slowly as we wonder if we are still connected.  Anna begins speaking very quickly; we click on the recorder and start taking notes.   The session lasts 1 hour and 11 minutes; apparently Chance is quite willing to share his thoughts. 

Anna begins by describing images as they come to her; she refers to them as Chance showing himself and his surroundings. She speaks quickly and is not looking for validation – it is more like a stream of consciousness:

Chance indicates that the number 3 is significant – the last three years, which we know he spent in captivity, she sees images of the holding pens, the surrounding area as well as the men who work in the pens. We asked about his life in the wild and he shows her the open range,his early years in the band, his memories of being a bachelor, she sees that he did not run in a typical group of bachelors, he traveled alone.

Chance categorized his life in 3 chapters:

  1. living in the wild  –   a chapter of freedom and learning and growing
  2. holding pens – 3 years waiting, no learning, no shelter, no freedom
  3. being handed to JP –  he feels he  “found his person” 

He takes life in stride and accepts each chapter for what it is, he adapts and sees life as the glass is full and overflowing, he wants to be JP’s horse for life,he enjoys the partnership, he is insightful and he appreciates JP.  He doesn’t have any baggage and he hasn’t allowed his past to shape his future – he is only interested in what the future holds. 

 He does not blame or dislike humans for what happened to him.

Anna describes in great detail the entire training processJP has taken him through.His training was very fast and he is very accepting of what JP asks of him, he works very hard to process it and understand it.

He shows riding in the desert, the ranch rodeo, trailering and practicingmounted shooting, he indicates that he is aware of the upcoming competition,  and he has overheard conversations  that he may not be coming home with JP  after the competition.

He is not being broken, he is being started – his spirit has not been broken, he sees JP as his master and he is willing to partner with him.  He will do whatever JP asks of him on the day of the event.  He comprehends the dilemma – the better they perform, the higher his price will go, he knows JP wants to show him off and demonstrate his training skills, but it will push the bids up ~ making it harder for JP to buy him and bring him home.

JP asks if he would like to be a performance horse (Mounted Shooting) and he shows Anna that he doesn’t really want to, he envisions them riding together but not performing – it looks more like they are wrangling or leading rides.

JP asks why Chance is so trusting, and Anna says it is in his DNA, he is able to put his past completely behind him and move forward with full trust and willingness.

In closing, Anna notes that no matter what the future holds for Chance, he will excel at whatever is asked of him, because he will adapt to any circumstances.

While it is clear that Chance is no ordinary horse, it’s a valuable lesson to learn that wild horses do not all fit neatly into a category any more than domesticated horses. There are good and bad, willing and stubborn in both cases, and we are sincerely amazed at the incredible little Mustang we received from the BLM.   If you or anyone you know is considering an adoption we strongly encourage you to give one of these magnificent horses a “chance.”

For further information on consultations, webinars and the animal communication ranch retreat with Anna in November 2016 visit reachouttohorses.com

CONTACT: Susanne Walsh, White Stallion Ranch, Tucson, AZ
info@whitestallion.com ~ 520-297-0252

First Newsletter of the Year!

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Dear Herd,
Welcome to our first Newsletter of the year!  As we enjoy the cold Colorado winter (and it is cold!) we are looking forward to another spectacular year.  We have filled 2016 with some great experiences for all levels of horsemanship, animal communication and healing, and we hope to see you there!
But in the meantime, there’s lots to explore below.  So grab a nice hot cup of cocoa (or a papaya smoothie if you are enjoying a tropical winter) and dive in.
And don’t forget, if you have a question you would like Anna to answer don’t be afraid to send it on through to questions@reachouttohorses.com.  
Enjoy and we’ll see you down the trail.

from our herd

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Cathy Languerand is our ROTH certified instructor from Connecticut and visited here for the New Year. Cathy is sharing space with the foals having conducted some bodywork/energy healing.  This is a precious moment of mutual healing.

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Saber and Sage are snug in their blankets! 
Our personalized programs take care of individual needs and although we are advocates of horses remaining natural both Saber and Sage had a challenging start to life.  Growing up without mother’s nurturing and rescued from a horrible fate, we take extra care.  They share a stall at night to protect them from the elements and receive an alfalfa mash before being “tucked in”.  The blankets came when temps were below freezing and they were experiencing upper respiratory issues.  With Dr’s  support, immune system boosters and Young Living oils (Thieves, Peppermint & RC) we felt the extra warmth in their first year would serve them well.

Ask Anna

How important is Animal Communication to Horsemanship? I understand horses have a language that as a horse owner, I should understand … but how is that different from Animal Communication? 

What a great question, watch the video below to see Animal Communication in action. You know, you’re probably already communicating silently more than you realize. If you’re using body language in any way … that’s a start. Sometimes people become startled or made uncomfortable when we talk about telepathy with animals. I find though, once they understand that telepathy is simply speaking in your mind, following your intuition and being open to the allowing of your thought becoming an action from your animal, they tend to be receptive. I’ve often heard people say “my horse anticipates my next move before I cue it” or “we’re just in sync”  … some of those same people are put off by the idea of “animal communication” and certainly telepathy, oddly … they are already doing it. 

 


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Where in the World is Anna

If you didn’t enjoy our video diary from late December, we hope you’ll give it a look now. Our video diary is compiled monthly and often contains training tips from the events Anna travels to as well as insight into all facets of her work! 

 

shelter

We feel like only horse people can get super excited about the delivery and set up of a run in shelter in the middle of winter. We were happy to bundle up and make this shelter home for our new herd members!


care and healing

smoothie

Welcome to the Dynamite Team!
We’re so happy to have you on board! 

Susanna Hoeppli
and
Charlotte Morosko 

free webinar

All the information you need for a happy, healthy and productive year! 

January’s FREE Webinar Series culminates on the 20th! Mark the Calendar!

ESSENTIAL OILS: January 20th – 6pm-7:30pm (MST)

Anna, along with Carol Komitor (founder of Healing Touch for Animals)share their expertise and talk about the impact Essential Oils can have on Body, Mind and Spirit for you and your animals.

Register Now
Did you miss the first two webinars? 
Replay Episode #1
Replay Episode #2

 

hey mommy!

in support

In 2015, Anna traveled to the U.K. to work with the animals of the South Lakes Safari Zoo and to teach Animal Communication to a group of students there. Unfortunately, there is trouble brewing that threatens to close SLSZ, displacing all of the wonderful wild ones there and our dear friend, the owner, David Gill.  Please help to save South Lakes Safari Zoo and stop it from closing to the public on 09-01-2016. The petition, linked below, asks that Barrow Council, David Gill and other interested parties work together to reach an amicable solution to protect this well valued community asset and tourist attraction.
Sign the Petition!
 walk on the wild side

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student success

Raven

A Word From Raven
“I had an amazing animal communication with Anna
this afternoon, I learned a lot about my boys and a ton about myself! I am so thankful for these two and plan on doing so much with them both! I thank them every day for being in my life! I can’t wait to see what the future holds!”