For as long as I can remember, animals have always been an important part of my life. I was brought up to realise that all animals, matter enormously. My parents instilled a feeling of respect for all living things.
With a background in Change Management, and a career in Management Learning and Development, I equally am passionate about helping individuals be the best they can be, in whatever they are hoping to achieve.
My path toward Animal Communication began several years ago, initiated through my decision to undertake my Reiki training. I am now a Reiki Master Teacher, offering Reiki, to both people and animals.
Having attended many Animal Communication Workshops, working with individual clients and giving support to animal charities, I have come to realise that developing and supporting Animal Communication capabilities in others is a key part of my life.
It is a great privilege to work with animals, their guardians/caregivers and students and I learn a great deal from all of them. I truly believe that the interactions for all involved can be life changing.
The connections and understanding through communication that we have with animals, teaches us a great deal about ourselves too. The animals that come into our lives can sometimes adopt our emotional and even physical issues, manifesting, sometimes, as their own. This can sometimes be exhibited through certain behaviours.
Perhaps, therefore, we have a responsibility, through communicating, to bring these to the surface, if they wish, to help them where needed and in turn, to understand our relationship with them a little better.
Sometimes "through their eyes we often see ourselves more clearly”.
"Through their eyes we often see ourselves more clearly"
- Brightwater Reiki
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Animal Communication Workshops
Workshop Review - October 2019
It always gladdens me when a participant arrives with a home-made cake for sharing at a workshop. In this case, a lovely, Courgette cake . It did not last long and the enthusiasm, energy and openness of the participants were immediately apparent and set the tone for the whole weekend.
Click HERE for a full review of this event along with feedback from the participants.