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How has your year been so far? It feels to me as if the transitioning times of 2020 are coming to a peak. Now is the time to act and create the change that is needed. Is it too harsh to say “do or die!”?
My involvement with baboons and their message began about 20 years ago when I first moved to Kommetjie, in the South Peninsula of Cape Town. I had heard terrible stories about the baboons who lived on the mountain surrounding the village: They were apparently dangerous wild animals and would attack children and domestic animals with no provocation…
This is a sacred gathering for animal lovers, nature appreciators, healers, empaths, futurists, visionaries and people seeking co-creation with our natural world.
Wynter Worsthorne (AnimalTalk Africa) and Pea Horsley (Animal Thoughts) have been asked to collaborate and host a discussion concerning messages received from animals and Nature. This event is being hosted in the “Uniting For Water” room.
It will include a “WORLD-FIRST”. Pea and Wynter will be voicing communications from animals in dialogue with one another.
The sanctuary, situated just outside the picturesque village of Greyton in South Africa, is home to over 150 rescued farm animals. Most of them come to the sanctuary from farmers where they have been bred for meat and lived in terrible conditions. Continue reading to see how you can get involved and join me and Nicola in a H.E.A.R.T. Gathering for Farm Animals.
If you would like to listen to audio recordings of Wynter’s interviews, talks and workshops, browse through our offerings below.
Talk by Wynter Worsthorne on the subject “Love, Respect and Joy” in relation to Animal Communication, in Tintern, Wales.
Part of her tour of the UK in 2019.
This is the first of a series of talks on various subjects around Nature, Conservation and Interspecies communication. Chief Stephen Fritz is a leader of the Western Cape Khoi Council in South Africa. The Khoi were the first people. Stephen speaks on the history of the people in the area and their customs and traditions. The talk was held live at Montrose House, in Noordhoek Cape Town.