Body Scanning, Gestalt & Remote Viewing Workshop

Intermediate

Pre-requisite: Attendance of Introduction workshop

Special 2-Day Offer: I'll be teaching at the same location the previous day for the Introduction to Animal Communication workshop (beginner level). Choose from one day or attend both days at a special price.

 

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West Sussex

April 29, 2018

NOW FULL!

Join us on Saturday the 28th at the same location for the Introduction to Animal Communication (beginner level) workshop.

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What’s involved?

Attendees will learn how to understand an animal’s physicality on a deeper level. Practice the technique of body scanning an animal from the outside in order to detect areas of imbalance. Then practice the gestalt method and learn to move your consciousness inside an animal’s body to explore physical concerns. In the afternoon participants will practice a more advanced method of moving their consciousness to another location (non-local reality) to ‘view’ an area remotely which is important when tracking missing animals. Students will be given an opportunity to put all of these skills into verified practice.

Subjects included:

  • Explore and practicing body scanning another student
  • Understand how to move your consciousness inside an animal to internally scan
  • Practice body scanning and gestalt with an animal teacher
  • Explore remote viewing and how it is used along with gestalt when tracking missing animals
  • Practice remote viewing and receive verification
  • Practice remote viewing a non-local situation and gather information

This is for you if:

  • You wish to add more skills to your ‘tool kit’.
  • You are open to exploring challenging skills that will stretch you.
  • You wish to understand how animals feel physically.
  • You want to know how remote viewing can aid tracking lost animals.
  • You are confident in basic communication skills and feel ready to explore more difficult areas of animal communication.

The key benefits of this day:

  • You will learn how to scan an animals physical energy.
  • You will learn how to tune into any areas of physical imbalance.
  • You will practice energy merging to reveal further physical concerns.
  • You will learn how to remotely sense non-local information.
  • You will practice the tools used to track missing animals.

What others say about this course:

“I love Pea’s gentle but very professional approach. I have got a lot from today that I can take away and continue to practice and improve my skills and ability.” -Hannah

“This workshop was inspiring, enlightening and humbling. Pea is a great teacher, making such a powerful process simple in its explanation but also very inspiring to keep practising and learning – so that we can all honour and respect our animal friends more.” -Yvonne

“I found the course fascinating, informative and exhilirating, and left feeling I had truly got some insights from the animals I communicated ” – Megan

“Pea is an amazing teacher who can re-ignite our abilities to communicate better across all of the animal kingdom. Highly recommended!” – Tam

Location Details

West Sussex

April 29, 2018

Venue: Cowdray Hall, Easebourne, Midhurst, West Sussex GU29 0AW (map)

Cowdray Hall, West Sussex

Time: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Registration: From 9:30 am
Accessibility: The venue is wheelchair accessible
Capacity: 20

Tuition

Early-bird payment (saving £15 – until 31/3/2018):
£150.00 GBP

Full payment (from 1/4/18):
£165.00 GBP

A payment includes a non-refundable deposit of £50

Special Weekend Price:
Join us for an additional day on Saturday the 28th for the Introduction to Animal Communication workshop:
£215.00 GBP

Past Workshops

West Sussex, 15 October 2017

Bath, 7 May 2017

West Sussex, 9 April 2017

Sunshine Coast/Australia, 25 July 2016

Sydney/Australia, 18 July 2016

West Sussex, 18 June 2016

Manchester, 3 April 2016

Munich/Germany, 1 November 2015

Lisbon/Portugal, 27 September 2015

Dublin/Ireland, 4 July 2015

Devon, 14 June 2015

Copenhagen/Denmark, 29 March 2015

West Sussex, 9 August 2014

Copenhagen/Denmark, 9 March 2014