Animal communicator Curtis to give workshop in Tryon

Published 6:10 pm Friday, September 30, 2011

Anita Curtis will present a two-level workshop on how to telepathically communicate with your animals. This workshop, sponsored by Dr. Joy Baker, is based on techniques used by Penelope Smith, a pioneer in animal communications. Smith has authorized Anita Curtis to teach her techniques.
Curtis’ students have included veterinarians, farriers, trainers, animal massage therapists and other animal professionals – as well as hundreds of pet owners.
Curtis said what she enjoys most about her work with animals and humans is giving peace of mind to both.
“We can understand how the animals think and learn their values. They all want to have jobs. There is a hierarchy within the pack, so respect is important-both to give and receive it. Praise is needed, too, as it is with us humans. Keeping the animals informed about what is happening is also important to them. They are not afraid of death, but sometimes living can be scary,” said Curtis.
Curtis’ workshop includes two levels. Level I is Saturday, Oct. 29 from 9:30 a.m. – 4 :30 p.m., with registration from 9 – 9:30 a.m.
In this level students will learn techniques they can use to increase their ability to communicate with animals. Students will gain a better understanding of their animal’s needs, feelings, behavior and problems.
The workshop will help recognize times one has already experienced telepathic communication with animals.
Students will participate in exercises and meditations, which increase receptivity to telepathic communication; learn how to quiet and focus the mind and practice sending and receiving telepathic communications – first with a human partner, then with animals.
Level II is Sunday, Oct. 30 from 9:30 a.m. – 4 :30 p.m., with registration from 9 – 9:30 a.m.
Level II is designed to enhance and broaden the skills learned in Level I. Completion of Level I is a requirement for taking Level II.
Students will explore the viewpoints and feelings from within a specific animal, learn the technique of contacting departed animals, be introduced to some Native American customs and learn about rocks and crystals and their connections to us and to the universe.
Animal friends will not be needed in person at these workshops. Students should bring up to three photographs of living animals for Level I and up to three each of living and departed animals for Level II. The photos do not have to be recent or clear but they must be of the student’s own animals or animals the student knows very well.
Space is limited for this workshop. A deposit for the class is due by Oct. 10, with the balance is due at the workshop.
For further information, contact Anita Curtis at 610-327-3820.
Classes will be held at 239 Baker Drive in Tryon. Directions will be provided on request.
– article submitted
by Barbara Childs

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