I’m happy to announce that I’m running an Animal Communication workshop with Ashley Ramsden.
Ashley is the co-founder of the International School of Storytelling, the longest established centre of its kind in the UK.
I met Ashley a few years ago, during one of my ‘How to Communicate with Dogs’ workshop. I was very honoured when he contacted me earlier on this year, to ask if I would like to run an Animal Communication workshop with him! I love the idea of combining Animal Communication and Storytelling, this is truly a one-of-a-kind workshop.
“Once upon a time” is when it all begins… the moment when we shift our perception, the mind opens itself and anything is possible!
You can read more about my story communicating with animals here.
My workshops are about the profoundly important messages we can receive when we focus with our hearts. Through cultivating the heart as an organ of perception, we can develop our ability to listen to and communicate with one another as well as our natural environment – plants and animals included.
Here is a video where Ashley and I discuss animal communication, stories and using the heart as an organ of perception…
A few words from people who have attended my previous Animal Communication Workshops:
“A lovely day. Very clear guidance that helped me feel more confident. Nice to be in a small group and ask anything we needed to. Very supportive and interesting. And beautiful cows! A peaceful, healing experience. Thank you Noémie!”
– Anna Fraser, Scientific Officer within the Farm Animals Department at the RSPCA.
“Four days of developing your intuition and other senses that we all use but don’t usually recognise or honour. A much needed resource. Thank you.” – Andy.
To book a space on this next workshop, please click on the picture below…
A four day workshop with Ashley Ramsden and Noémie Rimmer.
For centuries the wisdom of animals has been passed down to us through stories. In fables, folk and wonder tales, mythology and legend they have accompanied us as teachers, tricksters and loyal companions. They have also borne the burden of many of our projections and failings and rarely had a voice of their own.
But times are changing and there is now a growing body of animal communicators who can truly hear what animals have been waiting to tell us and what they have to reveal is often deeply moving. Abandonment, abuse and unmet needs are among many recurrent themes but there are also instances of unbridled joy. In short, their stories are our stories and developing the capacity to communicate with them is a skill anyone can learn.
These four days will develop in you a trust that you can communicate with animals, that listening to your intuition is a capacity you can train and refine and that there are ways of testing the veracity of this work. You will also hear many animal stories drawn from the oral tradition and take away some practical storytelling skills so you in your own way can become a voice for our animal companions.
Noémie walked out of a successful career as a freelance photographer in France and moved to London to work full-time for the largest Animal Rights organisation in the world.
After coordinating campaigns and demos all across Europe, she gave birth to her son and relocated to Sussex.
As far as she can remember she always had the ability to communicate with animals telepathically. She deepened her skills with a herd of 40 cows and their farmer, who was very open to animal communication. On the cow’s request, she started to run well attended workshops, starting with the cows first and then later with dogs. She put her Animal Communication work on hold for a few years to take on a 500h+ yoga teacher training with the British Wheel of Yoga. She wanted to explore and deepen her psychic abilities through the practice of yoga, learning techniques that have been used in yogic traditions for millennia.
After successfully completing her training she is now a fully qualified yoga teacher and is running Animal Communication workshops again. www.focalheart.com
Ashley Ramsden is a co-founding director of the International School of Storytelling at Emerson College, UK, the longest running centre of its kind. He has facilitated countless courses all over the world for the last 30 years along with appearing at major storytelling festivals and theatres with his acclaimed one-man-shows. He is also a speaker of sacred poetry. For years he has told stories featuring animals but when he encountered the groundbreaking work of Anna Breytonbach and Noémie working in the same field this was an opportunity to take his calling as a storyteller to a new level. www.ashleyramsden.com
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