'Relating to Our Wild Friends' with guest Anna Breytenbach
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About Anna Breytenbach
About Supporting Anna's Volunteer Work with Animals
Modern humans living in built-up areas seldom pause to appreciate and engage with the wild ones all around us. The birds, bees, flowers and a multitude of other sentient beings populate our everyday environments. Tune in as Anna brings our awareness to the friendships that are possible in our interspecies community and how best to approach such connections and conversations.
We learned how Anna's volunteer background in conservation education led her to support captive wildlife (through communication case studies) as part of her advanced training through the Assisi International Animal Institute in California, USA.
When asked why it's so important to connect with wildlife, Anna spoke about habit and bio-diversity loss: that it's about the loss of relationship "for us humans," that "our children and our future ancestors are not going to know that experientially." Anna also touched on the importance of right relationship with all life (something we can do in our everyday lives).
In Anna's conservation work, her communication with wildlife focuses on areas of extreme threat and danger. All of her pro bono work is uncompensated because it is considered "really fringe, and really edgy, like out there, way out there."
In answer to why Anna is so passionate about her work, she replied that communication with wildlife "is much less accepted than in the pet and domestic animal world, and that's why I feel particular called to help give voice to those who are even more voiceless, the wild ones."
Anna then moved into her presentation, sharing stories, photos, and tips, before taking us through a guided meditation. Anna shared further insights during the Q&A, and wrapped up the conversation with her news.
As an experienced master facilitator, Anna focuses on mentoring in a practical manner that reminds us humans of the ways of indigenous nature awareness. She has guided thousands of people to rediscover and develop their natural senses and connection with all species in an honouring manner.
Anna’s consultation work is exclusively with wild places and beings, facilitating peaceful interventions globally via remote work. This includes predator research, wilderness protection, anti-poaching assistance, reforestation initiatives, wildlife management and rehabilitation as well as numerous public appearances as an inspirational speaker.
Anna is inspired by being a voice for animals and natural environments, sharing wild wisdoms for the benefit of all.
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