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In Person ADVANCED ANIMAL COMMUNICATION WORKSHOP – Asheville, NC

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Date(s) - 09/15/2018 - 09/16/2018
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Are you ready to connect more deeply with your animal companions?
 
The next In-Person Advanced Animal Communication Workshop will be Saturday and Sunday, September 15 and 16, in Asheville, NC.
 
This is a wonderful opportunity for anyone who wishes to deepen and broaden their animal communication knowledge and experience as well as explore a deeper spiritual connection with nature.
 
Space is limited; details and registration are listed below.
 
Please join me for this fun and soulful opportunity to explore a deeper connection with the animals…. and yourself.

 
Wishing you peace, joy and many blessings,
 
Rain 

Workshop Details and Registration
 

Details & Registration
 
In-Person Advanced Animal Communication Workshop
Saturday & Sunday, September 15 & 16, 2018
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Asheville, NC
Registration: $285
 
This workshop will take place at my home 25 minutes north of downtown Asheville. Space is limited and early registration is recommended. Directions and other details will be provided after registration. 
 
To register or if you have any questions, please call me at 828-337-4686 or send an email: rain@rainhummingbird.com.
 
Course Information
Relax and connect in this small supportive group environment. Learn to strengthen and trust your intuitive knowing. Understand and shed misconceptions that can inhibit intuitive flow and expand your receptivity. Travel into realms often unnoticed by humans. Enhance your awareness and communion with all life and enjoy the beauty of this soulful connection.
 
Course Prerequisites
Participation in this workshop requires a basic level of animal communication understanding and skill. Anyone who has taken my Learn To Communicate With Animals Workshop or mentored with me qualifies to participate in this workshop. Anyone who has taken a Basic Level Animal Communication Workshop with any other qualified animal communicator is also welcome to join. Others with interest, who have not taken an animal communication workshop, will be considered on an individual basis. Kindly call me at 828-337-4686 to discuss further.
 
To view the workshop information on my website, please click on this link.
 
Participant Comments About the Workshop
“I felt the workshop was awesome. The environment was extremely peaceful, inviting and energetically balanced. I felt Rain presented herself with great integrity and gratitude. She created a safe space for us to connect and experiment with our inner light. The workshop and experience as a whole was better than I hoped for. I found a sense of knowing myself better and found a deeper connection with my inner being. I found more understanding and importance of being present in the moment to receive wisdom and communications from the animals and all beings. The information was presented in a very soft yet clear way, very understandable and relatable to my journey. Rain’s gift of sharing and mentoring a person through the process of awakening to one’s inner self is amazing. She is able to guide you in a very conscious, loving, supportive way. I look forward to continuing on this journey and the possibilities of connecting with Rain again to further my understanding and abilities to communicate with the animals and nature spirits that surround us.”
 
“I enjoyed the workshop immensely… I received more confidence in my ability to communicate with animals and nature… being able to share that kind of energy with a group was a wonderful environment in which to learn… Your willingness to answer any and all questions made the experience that much more valuable and helpful.”
 
“Thank you so much for the phenomenal weekend you hosted. The  workshop was a wonderful experience. I appreciated the supportive environment and exercises. You did an excellent job of establishing a setting that felt safe and trustworthy. The smallness of the group helped in that regard, too. … [I discovered] that doing animal communication can enhance my life and cultivate my spirituality. I also appreciated the reverence for Nature that you modeled. It was a joy to learn from you and from the other participants…a delightful group…a remarkable workshop….I sincerely hope to see and learn from you again”
 
“The workshop was more than just a workshop to me, it was very healing. I learned so much and truly believe that the love I have inside my heart for our beautiful animal people is guiding me to do this. I discovered that in order to be able to have a clear and open channel, it does start with the person loving themselves and letting go of fear…[I learned] how to be still and feel connected to spirit and staying in that place.”

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