The world renowned animal communicator, Amelia Kinkade, holds a lecture at the Joburg Zoo, where she will teach people to understand their animals.
ANIMAL enthusiasts will be able to listen and perhaps learn some special skills from the world renowned animal communicator, Amelia Kinkade, who will be at the Johannesburg Zoo for an evening lecture on 18 April.
Amelia Kinkade lecturePatrons are expected to experience the magic of animal communication. The lecture is expected to be moving, powerful and life-changing. It is said that Kinkade will take her audience on a magical journey into the heart of their natural power, where they will renew their supernatural senses and ignite their ability to communicate with animals.
She will share skills such as understanding animal’s thoughts, so that you can understand what the animal wants, needs and feels, as well as the ability to exchange mental pictures and film clips to and from the minds of animals.
The audience is also expected to learn about the ability to send and receive emotions to and from animals, and the ability to hear telepathic information in whatever language they speak. In addition, they may learn to use their body as an instrument to determine if and where the animals are in pain though the process known as medical gestalt.
Kinkade is an international speaker and author, having written Straight from the Horse’s Mouth: How to Talk to Animals and Get Answers and The Language of Miracles: a Celebrated Psychic Teaches You to Talk to Animals.
She is one of the top 100 psychics in the United States and lectures in 10 to 15 countries a year. In these lectures, she teaches and trains animal lovers from all walks of life, including doctors and vets.
On her website, she says she is excited to be back in Joburg. The evening talk will take place at 6pm at the Anglogold Ashanti Conference Centre. Entry fee is R100 per person.
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