Today’s post is a guest post from Julie Lines, founder and owner of Voice of the Animals in Newton Solney, Staffordshire, England. Julie is an animal communicator and she started Voice of the Animals to raise awareness about the importance of animals and to show how we can create better relationships with them and re-establishing a sound balance, not only between us and the animals, but with nature itself. Julie also wanted to give the animals a chance to be heard, and to teach us how to connect and communicate with them in order to learn from them.
Julie teaches animal communication courses and workshops, organizes retreats (the next one, “Learning from the Heart of the Herd”, is coming up August 18-23 in Kamloops, BC, Canada) as well as the annual conference “Awakening to Animals” (the next one will be June 22-23, 2013 in England). She is also working on a book, “The Purpose of Species” which is a collaboration between Julie, the animals, and others who communicate with them. It’s a very interesting concept, check it out on the Purpose of Species website.
I’m sure I’m not the only one who has tried to learn animal communication but felt I didn’t have that “special gift”, and given up on it. So earlier this year when Julie and I happened to cross paths in cyberspace, I asked her if she would be willing to share her approach to how to communicate with animals with us, and she graciously agreed:
To learn more about Julie, her animal communication classes, and her work with the animals, please visit her website http://voiceoftheanimals.org.uk. Julie can also be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org