Animal Communication Practice Circle
The Animal Communication Practice Circle is a warm welcoming place where apprentices at different stages of their animal communication adventure can hone their animal communication skills with a variety of visiting guest animals and their human guardians.
It is for those all those who have enrolled onto Level Two of the Animal Communication Apprenticeship. It is an animal communication development group where apprentices can work with one anothers’ animals and also practice their skills with animal guest visitors.
practice your skills
To join our next session
Sessions cost £20 per 2 – 2.5 hr zoom call and are available to those who have completed Level 1 successfully and who have enrolled onto Level 2.
the college of seership
courses & diploma in animal communication, nature spirituality
The College of Seership offers online & in person courses in nature spirituality & animal communication. The College of Seership offers an animal communication course, and a certified animal communication course - over a year-long animal communication apprenticeship diploma training course. All of the college's online as well as in person courses are set within the framework of nature based spirituality.
The College of Seership has a list of recommended professional animal communicators offering animal communication consultations to those wanting to understand things from their animal's perspective. Animal communication consultations can really help your relationship with your animal. Those that complete the Diploma in Animal Communication belong to the Council of Animal Ambassadors and are offered continued professional support through the College's Animal Communication Cafés, Seership Circles, Circles as well as additional workshops & trainings.
Susie Shiner is the founder of the College of Seership and is one of the most highly regarded animal communicators. She has a You Tube channel where you can watch animal communication demonstrations.
Susie Shiner has appeared in the press and on radio and TV sending the press 'reeling' with evidence that your animals can really talk.