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Anna Breytenbach

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Local Address: Botswana
 
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Education

  • degree , Psychology , Economics and Marketing
    University of Cape Town
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Anna Breytenbach 12/19/12 : Animal Communicator Forum
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Anna leads workshops and nature expeditions focusing on interspecies communication skills. Events are held in southern Africa, northern Europe, and the USA.
She also offers professional consultations (remotely) using telepathic communication to address health, behavioral and integration issues.
About Anna Breytenbach
Anna is a South African-based professional animal communicator who has received advanced training through the Assisi International Animal Institute in California, USA. She's been practicing for ten years in South Africa, Europe, and the USA with both domestic and wild animals.
Born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa, she holds a degree in Psychology, Economics, and Marketing from the University of Cape Town. During her international corporate career that took her to Australia and then Silicon Valley and Seattle in the USA, she lived out her passion for wildlife and conservation by volunteering at various rehabilitation and educational centers.
Amongst other things she has been a cheetah handler for ten years, served on volunteer committees for snow leopard, cheetah, and mountain lion conservation, and worked at wolf and horse sanctuaries. Currently, Anna is director of a wild cat rescue non-profit organization in the USA. She has participated in wild wolf tracking expeditions in the Rocky Mountains, and has mentored children and adults in nature awareness programs based on the ways of the Native American and San Bushmen peoples.
Anna is a qualified and experienced master training facilitator, focusing on bringing forth participants' skills through coaching and mentoring in a practical manner. She works with both domestic animals and wildlife, and runs workshops around southern Africa as well as in the USA and UK. She also leads animal communication safaris in Botswana. Her pro bono work focuses on conservation projects such as elephant management, white lion reintroduction, whale and dolphin research, baboon rehabilitation and predator conservation.
Anna's goal is to raise awareness and advance the relationships among human and non-human animals, on both the personal and spiritual levels. In her communication and conservation work, she guides people to deepen their connection with all species in an honoring manner, and is inspired by living her personal mission of raising consciousness by being a voice for the animals.
Anna is currently busy writing a book and is also the featured subject in the documentary "The Animal Communicator" to be broadcast internationally in 2013. For a short trailer of the documentary, visit http://www.nhuafrica.com/license-acquisition/one-off-specials/animal-nation.
Anna can be reached by phone at 00 27 (0) 72 111 4052, by email at info@animalspirit.org, or through her website at www.animalspirit.org.
Contact | Animal Spirit
www.animalspirit.org, 25 Feb 2011 [cached]
Anna Breytenbach is a South African-based professional animal communicator who has received advanced training through the Assisi International Animal Institute in California, USA. She's been practising for 12 years in South Africa, Europe and the USA with both domestic and wild animals.
Born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa, she holds a degree in Psychology, Economics and Marketing from the University of Cape Town. During her international corporate career that took her to Australia and then Silicon Valley and Seattle in the USA, she lived out her passion for wildlife and conservation by volunteering at various rehabilitation and educational centers.
Amongst other things she has been a cheetah handler, served on committees for wolf, snow leopard, cheetah and mountain lion conservation, volunteered at wildlife and horse sanctuaries and participated in wild wolf tracking expeditions in the Rocky Mountains. Trained in tracking and mentoring at the Wilderness Awareness School (USA), she also mentors children and adults in nature awareness based on the ways of the Native American and San Bushmen peoples.
Anna is a qualified and experienced master training facilitator, focusing on bringing forth participants' skills through coaching and mentoring in a practical manner. She works with both domestic animals and wildlife, and runs workshops around southern Africa, also touring Europe and the USA. This includes working with wild dolphins and whales, leading animal communication safaris in Botswana, interspecies projects at permaculture and organic farms, and giving numerous public talks. Her pro bono work focuses on conservation projects such as elephant management, white lion reintroduction, baboon rehabilitation, whale and dolphin research and predator conservation. Anna is a qualified Reiki practitioner and works with this and other healing modalities. She is also the subject of the feature documentary movie "The Animal Communicator" on Interspecies Communication, due for international release in 2013.
Anna's goal is to raise awareness and advance the relationships among human and non-human animals, on both the personal and spiritual levels. In her communication and conservation work, she guides people to deepen their connection with all species in an honouring manner, and is inspired by being a voice for the animals and natural environments.
Media & Articles | Animal Spirit
www.animalspirit.org, 25 Feb 2011 [cached]
Animal communication specialist Anna Breytenbach, based in Stellenbosch, views the Garden Route as her "home away from home" and discusses a collborative Retreat offering.
SUNDAY TIMES Article: Eye Contact | Animal Spirit
www.animalspirit.org, 25 Feb 2011 [cached]
Geoff Dalglish sits down with an animal whisperer to find outPENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS: Anna Breytenbach, who believes that if we listen we will hear What the animal experts say: Decades ago Rex Harrison delighted screen audiences with his charming portrayal of Doctor Dolittle, a somewhat eccentric veterinarian in Victorian England who spoke a variety of animal languages.
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In a bid to learn more I signed up for an animal communications workshop at the Knysna Elephant Park with facilitator Anna Breytenbach. Working with people we had just met, we focused on photographs of their pets so that they could authenticate messages or feelings we received. The results were surprising. "Animal communication is not a gift," Breytenbach insists. "It is a natural ability that everybody has. It is simply a matter of getting in touch with our intuition and accessing something that isn't part of our everyday five-sensory reality. "Indigenous tribes like the San Bushmen were able to communicate telepathically with all of nature and didn't consider this unusual. Inter-species communication courses are relatively new in South Africa, although the benefits are increasingly being appreciated by people involved with animals. "I'm not teaching people anything new," Breytenbach says. "I'm helping them remember what's already within them. When we experience a direct empathetic connection with another being we're much more inclined to understand the perspective of that animal and the challenges it faces. Recently she was called in to communicate with a black leopard named Diablo after he mauled the owner of Jukani Predator Park, a sanctuary near Mossel Bay, and was refusing to come out of his shelter. Breytenbach established that the former zoo inmate was deeply distressed by his past and also had negative associations around his name - diabolical and devilish. The park's Jurg Olsen told the animal that he was beautiful and would in future be known as Spirit - the spirit of the sanctuary. "Without doubt there was an inter-species communication," says Olsen. "Anna asked us things he wanted to know, that we could only confirm with his previous owner. "Anna then told us that he had agreed to meet us outside his night shelter the next day. Bearing in mind that he hadn't done this in nearly six months, l was sceptical. "To our astonishment when doing the morning rounds, Spirit was waiting for us outside. When I greeted him he answered in a deep croaky voice, as if he hadn't spoken for some time. "I now respect him for what he is and how he wants to be treated. He has changed my interaction with the rest of our feline and human family very positively. Through Spirit I have been taught more about respect for the needs and feelings of humans and animals than in my life up until then. Breytenbach says that communicators can be especially helpful in enhancing relationships between medical professionals and their animal patients. "Vets can find out directly what the animal's experience of their pain or discomfort is; where in the body it occurs; what might have caused it; and even what might make it better. So how does it work? "Animals communicate through physical action (body language), complex languages (vocalisation) and telepathically. People receive the messages to the degree that they are listening and can tune in, like twirling the dials of a radio, to be on the same wavelength. "Telepathic communication involves the direct transmission of feelings, intentions, thoughts, mental images, emotions, impressions and pure knowing. While working in the US, Breytenbach discovered that inter-species communication was well established there. She studied through the Assisi International Animal Institute, which operates from the premise that all animals - human and non-human - are sentient beings and can express their intelligence and communicate. Breytenbach works with domestic and wild animals, runs workshops and takes on pro bono work including baboon rehabilitation, whale and dolphin research, white lion reintroduction and elephant management.
Media & Articles | Animal Spirit
www.animalspirit.org, 1 April 2012 [cached]
Listen to this interview with Anna Breytenbach about the April 2012 tracking and wildlife workshop in Botswana:
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Geoff Dalglish sits down with an animal whisperer to find outPENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS: Anna Breytenbach, who believes that if we listen we will hear What the animal experts say: Decades ago Rex Harrison delighted screen audiences with his charming portrayal of Doctor Dolittle, a somewhat eccentric veterinarian in Victorian England who spoke a variety of animal languages.
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A video interview with Anna Breytenbach
Bruce Muzik interviews Anna Breytenbach about Animal Communication.
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Animal communication specialist Anna Breytenbach, based in Stellenbosch, views the Garden Route as her "home away from home" and discusses a collborative Retreat offering.
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