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PostPosted: Tue Oct 06, 2009 4:45 pm 

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The other day I saw some lady trying to get contact with Billy, standing at the other side of the fence.
We got talking and she is busy with intuitive communication following Marta Williams.

Apparently the latter is giving a course in Belgium next weekend, so I thought maybe some of you might know about her or would be interested to go:

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Oct 10 Beginning/Intermediate Animal Communication

· Have the undeniable experience of
communicating intuitively with your own
and other animals.


Oct 11 Talking with Horses

· Spend the day talking with and learning
about horses.


Oct 12 Animals as Teachers and Healers

· Find out what your animals are teaching
and healing you and how you and your
animals mirror each other.


Oct 13 Intuitive Animal Training

· Use intuition to address behavior issues and
enhance conventional training techniques

Lieu: Pleasure Gaits - Hechtel - http://www.pleasuregaits.com/

Toutes les informations dans le dépliant ci-joint.

Site web de Marta:

http://www.martawilliams.com




but also:


Via the website of a friend of hers :
http://www.cadencesassociation.be/

I got to another site of a Frenchman who seems to be very good in AND :yes: :yes: :yes:
http://jfpignon.com/site/pages/acces.php

Click on the pictures to get some fresh looks at some AND exercises :funny:

I will put this last link also under 'pictures', because they are really good!

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 07, 2009 3:15 pm 
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a friend of mine has been to her course. And loved it. Learned much....
and know some more about her horse, she still practising :-) but if you would like to go
i can say it is a good try.....


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 07, 2009 4:10 pm 
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Very interesting ;)
I did an animal communicator's course myself years ago. Was flabbergasted about what I 'knew' about the other people's unknown animals.

Rita, maybe this woman can answer some questions, she is afteral a scientist :)

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 07, 2009 8:49 pm 

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Josepha wrote:
she is afteral a scientist


"My background is academic and scientific. I have a BS in Resource Conservation from the University of California at Berkeley, and a MS in Biology and Systematic Ecology from San Francisco State University." (Martha's website) - hmmmm. She herself states that this background hindered her beliefs in animal communication, so presumably she is not applying whatever she gleaned from her eduation to her present activities. Those who find value in this sort of thing aren't looking for science, of course, but for some other system of thought.

Josepha wrote:
Rita, maybe this woman can answer some questions,


I'd like to ask her why there's no mention of veganism on her sites :ieks: .........perhaps it comes in the books?

Rita

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 08, 2009 9:18 am 
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I know what she is talking about, about it hindering. But I explained that already.
I thought that because she was/is a scientist, her anwers would perhaps be of more value for you.

Good question, do you talk to one chicken and eat the other? Or maybe she just leave that choice up to everybody else?

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 08, 2009 1:04 pm 

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Josepha wrote:
I thought that because she was/is a scientist, her anwers would perhaps be of more value for you.
- if she was speaking about something she had studied as a scientist, possibly so. A scientist's answers are only likely to be of extra interest in their own field - as I have mentioned before, scientists cannot help us to decide on ethical issues, any more that musicians can tell you about quantum physics.
Josepha wrote:
Good question, do you talk to one chicken and eat the other

this would be a very human thing to do - two nights ago a horse we used to look after for his owners died (30 years old, so not unexpected) the chap who runs the place he was living at the time was devastated, phoned us in great distress and told us he couldn't sleep all night.

He runs a pig farm.

Rita

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