Posted by stefos on February 1, 2014
There is a belief that our ancestors knew how to not only speak to animals but also knew how to listen to them too. We can look at the Native American Indian, we hear stories of their relationship with the animals the understanding they had between each other. Some tribes in Africa have the same understanding and communication with animals; all over the world we hear the stories that man once was one with the animal kingdom and nature. Generally the human race has forgotten who we are and just how once we could speak with the animals, imagine being able to talk with your cat or dog and hear what the animal his happy about and what it is not.
Anna Breytenbsch is an animal communicator who believes it is a gift we all share but have forgotten like a lot about ourselves lost in time pushed out of us by those who control our lives. However people like Anna are remembering and she is helping others to remember, here is a short bio of Anna.
Anna Breytenbach is a South African-based professional animal communicator who has received advanced training through the Assisi International Animal Institute in California, USA. She’s been practicing for 12 years in South Africa, Europe and the USA with both domestic and wild animals.
Born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa, she holds a degree in Psychology, Economics and Marketing from the University of Cape Town. During her international corporate career that took her to Australia and then Silicon Valley and Seattle in the USA, she lived out her passion for wildlife and conservation by volunteering at various rehabilitation and educational centers.
Amongst other things she has been a cheetah handler, served on committees for wolf, snow leopard, cheetah and mountain lion conservation, volunteered at wildlife and horse sanctuaries and participated in wild wolf tracking expeditions in the Rocky Mountains. Trained in tracking and mentoring at the Wilderness Awareness School (USA), she also mentors children and adults in nature awareness based on the ways of the Native American and San Bushmen peoples.
Anna's goal is to raise awareness and advance the relationships among human and non-human animals, on both the personal and spiritual levels. In her communication and conservation work, she guides people to deepen their connection with all species in an honoring manner, and is inspired by being a voice for the animals and natural environments.
A wonderful and emotional story about Diabolo a black leopard who had been saved from a zoo which also had been abusing him. Diabolo is a very upset leopard and shows this as only leopard’s can show it well unless you can communicate with leopard’s like Anna can, check out the video. After watching this video it became clear to me that we have lost so much over time and so have those who share our planet with us. The animals I believe are trying to communicate with us but it is like the old saying, with us the lights are on but no one is at home. How much better our lives as well as the animals would be if we again started to communicate with our wild brothers and sisters.
Check Out Anna's Website http://www.animalspirit.org/