Upcoming WORKSHOPS

 

Wynter usually holds several workshops each year, both in South Africa and Internationally.
These include Introduction to Animal Communication weekends, Advanced workshops for students who have completed an introductory course, specialized retreats and Star Lion Journeys in support of the Global White Lion Protection Trust.
See their website for detailed information  www.starlionjourneys.org

Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic all travel has been restricted for the foreseeable future.

Watch this space for upcoming VIRTUAL events and retreats.

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In the meantime join us for past and upcoming online Webinars with Wynter.

 

UPCOMING StarLion Virtual Journeys 2020

A Virtual Heart Gathering

Are you ready for a HEART storm with Mother Nature?

With Wynter Worsthorne and Linda Tucker

Thursday 19 November –
Tuesday 24 November 2020

See Full Details on our StarLion Journeys website

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13 hours ago

Animaltalk Africa

I am so proud to have been involved with this project from the very start and have seen it grow from strength to strength, despite how many challenges lions face in South Africa. The Global White Lion Trust is boots on the ground, a voice in parliament, a voice for lions, land and people all with trust in the sacredness of Mother Nature.The Global White Lion Protection Trust has a two-decade-long track record of tackling ecological challenges and crises - from the epic rescue of Marah and her cubs, which, against all the odds was successful, to managing the poaching threats and legislation of local and international governments that inadequately protect our living heritage.

Whilst crises continue, as an organisation, we have adapted and learnt how to take them into our stride - leaving room for us to focus on being a model for the GLOBAL solution.

You can help us focus on the bigger picture by donating towards our "every day" costs - click on the link below to donate!

https://whitelions.org/donations/scientific-wish-list/
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3 days ago

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3 days ago

Animaltalk Africa

CEO and founder of the Global White Lion Protection Trust speaks about the horrendous cuddle to kill industry which is still rife and legal in South Africa. Be aware of any facility where you can cuddle cubs or walk with lions! Please share this information far and wide.

Reposted from @whiteliontrust In South Africa today, there are an estimated 13 000 lions living in captivity (although the number is likely to be much higher). The majority of these lions form part of what is known as "the cuddle to kill" industry. Cubs are ripped away from their mothers just hours after being born, then put on tranquilisers so that they can be cuddled and petted by paying tourists, and finally, when they are too big to be safely handled, they are hunted for sport by international trophy hunters. Often this hunting takes place in a cage, with no place for the tame lions to hide.

For two decades, the Global White Lion Protection Trust has been modelling an approach in which all of Nature is treated with Love and Respect - uniting science and Sacred Science to save species. We ensure the protection and flourishing of our lions in the wilds of their endemic habitat, without commoditising or commercialising them. They are fitted with radio collars to monitor their whereabouts, highly trained vets are consulted to ensure their health, and poacher-proof fencing surrounds the perimeter of their territories to provide them with a "force-field of love".

We want to extend a roar of thanks to YOU, our supporters, whose generous donations allow us to protect these magnificent beings as they flourish in their endemic homelands.
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#whitelions #globalwhitelionprotectiontrust #cuddletokill #cannedhunting #gwlpt #bantrophyhunting #stopcubpetting...for the animals
#animalcommunication #loveinaction #lovenature #sacredactivism
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4 days ago

Animaltalk Africa

What could be more important than celebrating life and all that is good and joyful at this very moment. It can be so hard to see the joy and love through the fearful energy that seems to surround us. It is there, see it, feel it in the birds song and the soil beneath your feet. Dance with it Celebrate in order to transform the dense energy into something light and uplifting. It is possible. It is vital.

Reposted from @whiteliontrust For many of us, the COVID-19 pandemic has served as a "wake-up call" to the damage that humans are causing Mother Nature.

But how do we move forward, and not get paralysed by fear?

When Linda was saved from an angry pride of lions by Maria, the Lion Queen of Timbavati, almost 30 years ago, Linda had a similar experience of "waking up"... When Linda asked Maria HOW she could save the White Lions in the face of so much hatred, fear and adversity, Maria told her to CELEBRATE. This piece of wisdom has guided Linda ever since: in order to reconnect with and protect Nature, humanity must do more than just "fight" against its physical destruction - we must recognize, honour and celebrate its sanctity. The model pioneered by the Global White Lion Protection Trust over the last 2 decades goes beyond conservation to regeneration - it celebrates and protects Nature, not only on a physical level, but a metaphysical level as well.

Watch Linda's TEDx Talk, where she shares her story, here: http://ow.ly/ZWZf50CvIc5
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#whitelions #globalwhitelionprotectiontrust #lindatucker #lionqueen #protectnature #heritage #gwlpt.

#celebrate
#unconditionallove
#ubuntu
#lovenature..for the animals
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5 days ago

Animaltalk Africa

The first time I saw Marah she was behind bars, still in the dungeons of Johannesburg zoo. It's been an incredible journey with Linda Tucker and the sacred white lions, Marah's lineage who now walk in protected freedom in their endemic homelands. The emerging of the sacred and the science made this possible.
Reposted from @whiteliontrust Our now-legendary founder Lioness, Marah, came into this world facing seemingly insurmountable difficulties at the hands of humanity.

Prophesized by the African elders as the lioness who would herald the return of the White Lions to their ancestral homelands - she was born on Christmas day in the year 2000, in a town called Bethlehem, South Africa. Bethlehem was far from a holy town and this Sacred little Lioness was born into what can only be described as hell on Earth - a canned-hunting breeding camp, where lions were bred and raised for the sole purpose of being shot in a cage. 20 years ago, this despicable practice was just emerging and shrouded in secrecy but today, posing as a 'sustainable' tourist attraction, the industry has grown and evolved.

One of Linda and her team's first incredible achievements was the successful rescue of Marah and her 3 cubs and their reintroduction to their endemic territories - the White Lion Heartlands - where Marah's descendants are flourishing to the fourth generation. ❤️
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#whitelion #whitelions #globalwhitelionprotectiontrust #protectafricanlions #bantrophyhunting #stopcubpetting #conservation #africa #southafrica #protectwildlife..
#interspeciescommunication
#animalcommunication
#sacred ....for the animals
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5 days ago

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Home is where the cat is.. so good to be back with this special soul.
#lovecats #catsofinstagram #friends #home #animalcommunication
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6 days ago

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I feel blessed and honoured to have been working so closely with the white lion trust for the last 16 years.. the merging of science and sacred science to ensure our planets future. Having just spent the last 3 weeks there I have seen how incredibly well they have coped during this year of unimaginable challenges.. lions, land and people. Stay tuned!

..for the animalsAs we come to the end of what has truly been a life-changing year for each and every person on the planet, we would like to spend the next few weeks looking at how the Global White Lion Protection Trust has grown and adapted to the many and wide-ranging challenges it has faced over the last 2 decades.

Whilst the COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly challenged us as an organisation this year, we have employed and further integrated our ethos - which unites Science with Sacred Science - and we feel that we have embraced its challenges and grown exponentially, providing a model of regenerative living that can be repeated around the planet.

Stay tuned over the next few weeks to take a few trips with us down memory lane, as well as see what we have been up to during lockdown, which will better equip us as a community conservation organisation in the future!
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7 days ago

Animaltalk Africa

Thank you to all who helped to make the Virtual StarLion Journey a roaring success. Including the animals who showed up every time to share their messages, even in the camp. The lions the land and the people made this experience so very special. We give thanks with HEART.

#whitelions #nature #animalcommunication #nyala #loveinaction

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1 week ago

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We announce the final part of the trilogy - Khoi Culture and Interspecies Communication. Please register to this fascinating online event happening only in 10 days' time. 👣🌿
#khoi #medicinalplants #culture #interspecies #animalcommunication #animalcommunicator
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1 week ago

Animaltalk Africa

 ‘Owning’ A Cat Has Been Scientifically Proven To Be Good For Your Health
 You risk of heart disease is lowered due to lower levels of stress. Studies have proven that owning a cat can lower ones risk of various heart diseases, including stroke. One study found that cat owners were 30 percent less likely to die of a heart attack or stroke than non-cat owners. Although, it is questionable if this is the cats doing or it’s just that calmer people are more likely to own cats.
 Apart from being one of the most comforting noises in the world, purring has also been long associated with a therapeutic healing ability on human bones and muscle. Studies have shown that frequencies in the 18-35 HZ range have a positive effect on joint mobility after an injury. A cats purr creates vibrations at a frequency of 20-140 HZ, therefore placing the sound within the range of healing.
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2 weeks ago

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Can you help them go home?After the show's over, and the guests and trainers can go home, but captive dolphins can't. Confined for the rest of their lives in barren concrete tanks, these dolphins pay the ultimate price for our entertainment. Learn the facts about captivity and help spread the word: bit.ly/CaptivityIssues
Artwork by Just Comics
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3 weeks ago

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Maybe continue to share this far and wide?It is with great sadness that Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm announces the passing of Hope, our young Zebra.

Hope was born at the start of the first lockdown in March 2020 and became a much-loved addition to our collection. She was named Hope by our keepers to symbolise a ray of light and hope at a time which felt so bleak. She became a symbol of positivity to our keepers and many of our visitors alike and she will be very much missed.

It is believed that Hope became spooked by the loud bangs of fireworks from several fireworks displays held locally on the evening of Wednesday 4th November. It appears that the fright caused her to bolt and she collided with the boundary of the enclosure. The post-mortem has revealed that this sudden impact caused her immediate death.

We would like to use this tragic event to call for change and we really hope that people will now think and consider alternative arrangements for celebrations, including silent fireworks or more animal-friendly options.

For more information, please read our press release - https://bit.ly/32vMJGJ ❤️
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3 weeks ago

Animaltalk Africa

Back at my Bush office for the next 2 weeks. Preparing for our Virtual StarLion Journey..My heart sings.
@whiteliontrust
#lions #africa #wildandfree #wildlife
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3 weeks ago

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Our leader, after 907km, still smiling and excited to be heading towards the lion heartlands in Limpopo. Only another 1100km to go. You can be there too. Go to www.starlionjourneys.org 🦁 ... See MoreSee Less

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4 weeks ago

Animaltalk Africa

Kate Muller is a graduate of the AnimalTalk Academy. Now teaching her own workshops all over SA, and occasionally abroad. Attendance at a workshop like this will qualify you to attend one of the upcoming Starlion Journeys. 🐾 Virtual Starlion Journey ... See MoreSee Less

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