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About this Webinar
How do we find stability in such unstable times?
Very few of us has known a time like this within our lifetimes. After the first shock and even perhaps relief has worn off, and people are getting back to a new reality, there seems to be an instability in all of us.
We wonder what the future holds? Many nature lovers despair that the world has gone a bit mad and nothing has really changed humanities destructive ways.
Tools for staying centred
Interspecies communicator, Wynter Worsthorne speaks on how you can stay centred and grounded even when the world around you seems to be tilting beneath your feet.
Connecting with Nature
Mother Nature's guidance and unconditional love is vital for us all at this time. By connecting with your Hearts you will experience the support that She has for you, and how you in turn can support her.
A guided meditation with Wynter helps you connect and support Mother Nature and the Earth.
Q & A
There will be time for questions on the live call.
Wynter is based in Cape Town and has been practicing as a Professional Interspecies Communicator since 2001. She is the author of "Where is Biggles?" and teaches introduction and advanced workshops internationally. Her deep love is for African Wildlife. She works closely with Baboon Matters Trust and the Global White Lion Protection Trust who she supports through the global meditations and prayers. She is one of the few people invited to facilitate groups at Tsau Conservancy in South Africa where the rare and sacred White Lions roam free in a protected area of their endemic homeland. She has now started Virtual journeys to these sacred lands.
In 2010 she founded AnimalTalk Africa's online Academy, which has developed into an international like-minded community of people learning how to communicate with the animals.
To learn more about her work please visit www.animaltalkafrica.co.za
Janine will be the administrator for this webinar assisting you with any technical or connectivity issues.
Janine grew up in Australia but now lives in Norway. She met Wynter in 2004 when they both lived in England and she qualified as a practitioner through Wynter's Animaltalk Africa Online Academy in 2016. She now supports Wynter with the ATAOA and holds practice sessions for students. Janine is a participant of the White Lion Leadership Academy.