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The Spiritual Life Of Animals:
Talks By Stephanie Fry
Do animals have feelings?
Do they have souls?
Do pets differ from wildlife?
What is instinct?
Do animals have a relationship with God?
Behavioural experiments with various species have shown their capacity for self-awareness beyond doubt, and many stories tell how wondrous the bond between animals and humans can be and how it can affect our lives in the most unexpected and healing ways if we truly open our hearts to them.
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Sunday 2nd June 2013 10.30am - 4.00pm
HORSES IN HEAVEN
Have you lost a horse you loved? Then take this opportunity to join us in remembrance and celebration of the precious moments we have shared with them. Includes a very special service, readings and meditations. Every participant will receive a baby oak tree to plant in memory of their dear departed equine friend. Admission is by donation to cover costs.
Sunday, June 9th 2013 10.30am-4.00pm
AN INTRODUCTION TO ZOOPHARMACOGNOSY
Qualified Animal Behaviourist Fiona Habershon will be demonstrating how to use this self-selection technique on your own horse. She will explain which herbs, macerates and essential oils are chosen by the horse and which properties they possess. Admission: Only £35 or £50 if attending with your own horse.
Sunday, June 30th 2013 10.30am-4.00pm
HEALING FOR HORSES
With Qualified Animal Behaviourist, Healer and Animal Communicator Fiona Habershon.
Admission: Only £35 or £50 if attending with your own horse.
Back by popular demand:
Sunday, August 4th 2013 10.30am-4.00pm
STRAIGHT FROM YOUR HORSE‘S MOUTH
A horse-specific Animal Communication workshop with Holistic Animal Consultant, Equine Specialist and columnist Holly Davis. Please bring pen, paper and a photo of your horse. Admission: £60
Numbers are limited. Please book early to avoid disappointment.