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    This is the most touching and beautiful thing I've seen in a long while. If you have ten minutes spare please do watch this clip, and if you like it I have put a link to the full documentary below.

    Anna Breytenbach provides what can only be described as inconclusive proof that animals have thoughts, feelings and intelligence and are able to communicate via the universal language of thought and intention. Sooner or later we're going to figure out that it was us that were the dumb ones all along, blinded to the universal language.



    Watch the full documentary here

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    Default Re: The Animal Communicator - Anna Breytenbach

    Yes ! yes ! yes !
    .................................................. my first language is TYPO..............................................

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    This was posted before by calamus. But I am all for this repost because it is in fact one of the more amazing/touching things i have seen recently.

    Will make you see your pets in a whole new light. And If u don't have pets it will make u want them! (In my experience any way )

    Original thread

    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...l=1#post759885

    I also highly recommend watching the full documentary rather then just then leopard clip. Because if u only watch the first clip u will have to watch the full movie soon as ur done any way haha
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    Default Re: The Animal Communicator - Anna Breytenbach

    I thought it might have been posted before but searched her name and nothing came up.

    I agree that a re-post can't hurt, for those who haven't seen it, and those who welcome a reminder. It's a really beautiful video.

    It's humorous that humans ignorantly walk the earth thinking we are the most intelligent when we are probably the only beings here not in touch with everything else.

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    Default Re: The Animal Communicator - Anna Breytenbach

    Now I want to try and master this with my two dogs and any other animal I can come in contact with.

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    Quote Posted by LivioRazlo (here)
    Now I want to try and master this with my two dogs and any other animal I can come in contact with.
    Lol I was trying it on crows in the mall parking lot the day after I watched it.

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    Man,,, that was good!.... and the full doc was even better....

    Now I know what I am feeling that I have felt in the past around some animals...Its an uncanny sense...and its there...This documentary give me a new reason to explore those feelings/senses

    I actually felt this a few times (rare) when I could zero in to my severely handicapped (now deceased) daughter. (cerebral palsy) and could not communicate verbally ...
    I got to experience it one more time just before she passed. She and her mom(my ex) was in the hospital... Mom with terminal cancer...and my daughter with pneumonia.

    I , and her nurses were able to help her get better (with the care of a great hospital) to go home (they had a new house and she really liked home--built by Habitat for Humanity)...took about a month to get her well enough.

    When I took her home...and turned her over to her nurses...she sat in her chair ..and was happy....but I knew she wondered where her mom was. I tried to project that to her. I think she then realized over a few days...mom was not coming home..

    Since it was an upcoming holiday and a month in the hospital every day/night, My wife and I went to SC to visit her family....we spent 2 days...and when we got back on Sunday night... was going to go visit my daughter on Monday. On Monday morning early I received a call...she had passed...and had did so peacefully in the night. Her mom passed 2 weeks later..and they were buried side by side.

    we have this ability...but we have lost the use of it... we need to be more aware of it and get reconnected

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    Anna Breytenbach communicates with a Great White Shark


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    Default Re: The Animal Communicator - Anna Breytenbach

    Discusses the spiritual aspect of animal communication and other related topics.

    In answer to a viewer question at around 47:09, Anna recommends a couple of books:
    "A Language Older than Words" by Derrick Jensen
    "Becoming Animal" by David Abram

    Anna Breytenbach - Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview


    Published on Mar 26, 2019

    Discussion of this interview in the BatGap Community Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Batgap/

    Also see https://batgap.com/anna-breytenbach/

    Anna Breytenbach is a South African-based professional animal communicator who has received advanced training through the Assisi International Animal Institute in California, USA. She’s been practicing for 18 years in South Africa, Europe and the USA with both domestic and wild animals.

    Born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa, she holds a degree in Psychology, Economics and Marketing from the University of Cape Town. Trained in tracking and mentoring at the Wilderness Awareness School (USA), she also mentors children and adults in nature awareness based on the ways of the Native American and San Bushmen peoples.

    Anna is a qualified and experienced master training facilitator, focusing on bringing forth participants’ skills through coaching and mentoring in a practical manner. She consults exclusively with wildlife and offers workshops around southern Africa, occasionally touring Australia, Europe and the USA. Her work includes working with wild dolphins and whales, leading animal communication safaris, interspecies projects at permaculture and organic farms, and giving numerous public talks. Her pro bono work focuses on conservation projects such as elephant management, anti poaching assistance, baboon rehabilitation, whale and dolphin research and predator conservation. She is also the subject of the feature documentary movie "The Animal Communicator" on interspecies communication.
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    Interspecies Communicator Anna Breytenbach ( who spoke with Spirit the black leopard) spoke at Findhorn in 2013



    One of the comments on the youtube page:
    "skye
    If animals in zoos are unhappy, imagine how animals on animal concentration camps (aka factory farms and slaughterhouses) are feeling, where they are abused and tortured and kept in extremely confined and filthy living conditions. The first step in learning to understand animals is to stop eating them. I wonder how none of these people in the audience are interested in the 150 billion animals that are killed for our food every year, as if they didn't exist at all."
    Each breath a gift...
    _____________

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    Quote Posted by MorningFox (here)
    This is the most touching and beautiful thing I've seen in a long while. If you have ten minutes spare please do watch this clip, and if you like it I have put a link to the full documentary below.

    Anna Breytenbach provides what can only be described as inconclusive proof that animals have thoughts, feelings and intelligence and are able to communicate via the universal language of thought and intention. Sooner or later we're going to figure out that it was us that were the dumb ones all along, blinded to the universal language.



    Watch the full documentary here

    Best wishes,
    MorningFox
    Thank you for this video MorningFox, you've made my day nicer and happier

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