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Last Animal Communication Workshops 2014

Posted by Michelle On September - 4 - 2014 Comments Off on Last Animal Communication Workshops 2014

Hi Everyone

I hope you have had a lovely summer 🙂

I will be running my last level 1 & 2 Animal Communication Workshops of the year. Please book yourselves a place and join me for the day and learn how to communicate with your animals.

Level 1 Sunday 21st September in Central Cambridge

http://www.michellechilderley.co.uk/15/07/2014/animal-communication-workshop-level-1-sunday-21st-september/

Level 2 Sunday 19th October in Central Cambridge

http://www.michellechilderley.co.uk/16/07/2014/animal-communication-level-2-sunday-19-october/

£25 per new delegate or £10 Refresher. Please forward to anyone you feel may be interested.

See you there.

Michelle x

 

 

 

The Balance Procedure Practitioner Level 2 People & Pets – 1st September 2013

Posted by Michelle On July - 15 - 2013 Comments Off on The Balance Procedure Practitioner Level 2 People & Pets – 1st September 2013

Hi Everyone

I will be holding The Balance Procedure Level 2 Practitioner course for People and Pets.

The Balance Procedure is a non-verbal energy technique and therefore works perfectly with animals too. It is simple to learn and use, it keeps you moving forward and eliminates the process of revisiting old stories that keep us in the same place, and re-activates old emotions which keeps them alive.

Do you want to:

Learn how to see change in yourself and your pet.
Create a better relationship between yourself and your animal?
Overcome behavioural challenges?
Encourage positive behaviour and healthy well being?
Build a better quality of life for you and your pet?
Keep moving forward?
If so, this workshop is for you and your pet!

This is an accredited course consisting of 2 levels. Level 1 is for use with family and friends to share, and level 2 including case studies is practitioner level.

A set of Balance Procedure Cards and Balance Procedure Universal Symbols Book will be included in the cost.

For further information on The Balance Procedure please visit my videos where you can hear me talk about the procedure and demonstrate it.

Note: If you are an existing practitioner you are more than welcome at any Balance Procedure workshop that I run at a reduced price. Please contact me for details.

On completion of level 2 3 case studies must be completed and send to Jenny Cox founder of The Balance Procedure with a payment of £50. Your certification will then be forwarded to you.

The Balance Procedure Level 2 for People & Pets

Sunday 1st September 2013. Central Cambridge.

£75 per person. 10.00 am – 5.00 pm CPD Points available


Hope to see you there 🙂 xx

*New*Online Skype Training Courses

Posted by Michelle On February - 25 - 2013 Comments Off on *New*Online Skype Training Courses

Hi Everyone

I hope this post finds you all well. I have decided to open up my courses globally by the means of the Skype network.

I will be running both Animal Communication and The Balance Procedure courses in this way to make them accessible to you wherever you are in the world.

The Animal Communication Course will be the same as I deliver on my workshops here in Cambridge and The Balance Procedure will be in 2 levels, level 1 to share with friends, family and animals and level 2 is the practitioner qualification level subject to case studies.

Click here for the videos and costs to train online over Skype!

There is still chance to book on my forthcoming workshops here in Cambridge:

Animal Communication – 16th March

The Balance Procedure Level 1 – 2nd March, level 2 – 6th April.

Looking forward to meeting you in person or on Skype 🙂

 

 

The Balance Procedure Level 1 for People & Pets

Posted by Michelle On January - 13 - 2013 Comments Off on The Balance Procedure Level 1 for People & Pets

Hi Everyone

I am very excited to announce my first ‘Balance Procedure’ level 1 for people and pets.

The Balance Procedure is a non-verbal energy technique and therefore works perfectly with animals too. It is simple to learn and use, it keeps you moving forward and eliminates the process of revisiting old stories that keep us in the same place, and re-activates old emotions which keeps them alive.

Do you want to:

  • Create a better relationship between yourself and your animal?
  • Overcome behavioural challenges?
  • Encourage positive behaviour and healthy well being?
  • Build a better quality of life for your and your pet?
  • Keep moving forward?

If so, this workshop is for you and your pet!

This is an accredited course consisting of 2 levels. Level 1 is for use with family and friends to share, and level 2 including case studies is practitioner level.

A set of Balance Procedure Cards and Balance Procedure e-book will be included in the cost.

For further information on The Balance Procedure please visit my videos where you can hear me talk about the procedure and demonstrate it.

Note: If you are an existing practitioner you are more than welcome at any Balance Procedure workshop that I run at a reduced price. Please contact me for details.

The Balance Procedure Level 1 for People & Pets

Saturday 2nd March 2013 . Abington Barn, Cambridge.

10.00 am – 4.00 pm  CPD Points available

 

Book below!


Top 5 Challenges With Your Animal

Posted by Michelle On September - 14 - 2010 Comments Off on Top 5 Challenges With Your Animal

At the moment I am working on adding an additional membership video library to my blog.  Here I will be uploading instructional videos that I have made for you to watch and follow.  They will help you with any challenges that you may have with your animals.

What I am looking for at the moment are some suggestions from yourselves as to what your top 5 challenges would be.  I already have my own list but would love to hear yours.

Lets get the most popular ones out there first so that our challenges with our friends can be resolved.

Look forward to hearing from you

Much love

Michelle xx

So, What’s in a Name?

Posted by Michelle On August - 25 - 2010 Comments Off on So, What’s in a Name?

I am often told when communicating with animals that they do not like their name and they would rather be called something else. They may also tell me the name that they would prefer to be called.

So what is in a name you ask?    I say….EVERYTHING!

Our name is our sense of self and of belonging. When we hear our name called our attention is drawn to the being we are. When we are aware of other peoples or animals names we are probably aware of the qualities that person has.

Spiritually when something is named it has form. The name allows us to link with the essential being.

There’s magic in those letters that add up to you….. According to the ancient science of acrophonology, each of the letters in your first name has energy and a vibration.

Names have power, they are the way you refer to yourself, and how others recognize and think of you. The same goes for your pet. The feelings and vibrations associated with names are incredibly important especially for animals who are more vibrationally and telepathically aware than we are. When we say their names or a word, we also send out a picture with it (we do this with almost every single word we speak).

So if you call your dog “Killer” You send out a picture and a FEELING about what you think the word means to you. Just as easily as if their name was “Sunshine” or “Honey”.

Picking the right name for your pet CAN sometimes make all the difference between having peaceful or challenging relationship with your animal companion.

Is negative behavior & health problems tied to names?
Occasionally when I meet people and they find out what I do, I’ll hear something like this…
“Oh, you’re an Animal Communicator? I need you to talk to my dog/cat/horse/mouse he/she is driving me crazy!”
I usually say “Sure that’s fine, what’s your pet’s name?”
to which, they say…“Brute”, “Bruiser”, “Psycho”, “Butch”, “Rampage”.
I even had someone tell me their cat’s name was “Trouble”!…well THAT is just asking for it!

Does a name have everything to do with negative behavior or health problems? No, of course not, but in some situations it is a GOOD place to start.

If you get a feeling that a name change IS in order, then why not try going straight to the source and ask you animal companion what name they would like. Just take a moment, close your eyes, concentrate on your breathing, and when you feel open and ready just ask them if they have an idea of a good name for them. The first answer that comes to mind is usually the right answer.
Or, ask them to give you some kind of sign over the next few days of what name they think would be good for them.

If you would like to look at a few names that may be possibilities for your pet, here are a couple of websites that might help you both choose:

funpetnames.com
boogiepets.com

Finding a name for your animal companion is great beginning to your friendship with your pet, even if your beginning began sometime ago.

Much love

Michelle x