advocate. Sacred Activist. Educator.
What's the difference between an advocate, activist and educator?
As an advocate, I speak on behalf of Animals and Nature.
As a sacred activist, I'm in service to Natural World (specifically, speaking with and taking action in service to Nature).
As an educator, I help others learn about (or deepen their understanding of) interspecies communication.
We've forgotten our relationship with the Natural World... along with our ability to communicate intuitively with all life.
Intuitive interspecies communication isn't a special gift reserved for some. Intuitive interspecies communication is something we're all born with. The gift of intuitive interspecies communication happens when it becomes part of our everyday lives.
Intuitive animal communication can be learned by anyone. It's more of a re-membrance (or re-awakening) with the Natural World (from which humanity has artificially dis-connected from).
I help to remind people of their innate connection to the Natural World... and... their natural ability to speak with the rest of the Animal Kingdom.
Animals and the Natural World hold solutions to current world problems which humans have forgotten. Animals and Nature are the healers, messengers and teachers the world needs.
Intuitive interspecies communication shifts our human perception, deepens our understanding of the world, and promotes respectful communication, connection and collaboration with all life.
Personally and professionally, I've been advocating for children, families, and adults around health, education, and employment for decades. My deepest calling is for interspecies peace and unity.
Traditionally, activism has meant fighting against an existing situation (structure or system) and comes from the energy of fear, anger (rage), blame, despair and powerlessness with the expectation of a desired outcome (an ego-system where humanity considers itself the superior species and dominates Nature, thereby asserting our separation from Nature).
Sacred activism focuses on building something new, and comes from the energy of unconditional love, respect and joy without expectation (an eco-system where all species are considered sacred and work together with Nature, recognising our interdependency with Nature).
Sacred activism incorporates education, practical conscious action, and the power of energetic support (unconditional love, visualisation and intention) recognising any impact in the quantum world translates to change in the physical world.
As a Creative, I bring inspired offerings to life for animal lovers, developing and existing animal practitioners.
A self-called 'inuitive nerd,' I bridge practical knowledge with inner knowing. It's not unusually for me to host a program, workshop, or event just once, before creating something new!
With a background and education in adult learning, I foster safe spaces for people to expand and contribute (everyone benefits from the collective group learning).
Coaching and mentoring others to help their animal family, or professionally support animals, benefits all beings.