Why Learn Remotely?

Animals rarely look at us face to face for more than a moment or two at any one time when we are physically with them. So the reality of 'having to have a live animal with you so to learn & practise AC', is that the animal - unless asleep-, will very likely be moving/moving around, investigating their environment, playing with toys/companions, grooming, &/or all manner of other lovely activiites which their physicality or species dictates. And until one is certain of achieving optimal focus around live animals & people, practising remotely is most assisting to evolving ones ability.

Quietening the mind (for most people) is key. Quietening the mind & not being interrupted by physical  distraction/interaction when you start to relay a received intuitive response greatly assists your practise & ultimately your confidence.

Enhanced focus can enable far greater detail of information to be noted.

Gaining confidence in your ability is to do so steadily. Learning a rounded approach gaining awareness of various techniques is just as important as practise on a basic level.

There are numerous occasions you may wish to connect with your animal companion when they are not in immediate proximity:

  •    Whilst you out/returning at unanticipated times
  •    Staying overnight/holidays away
  •    During their kennel or vet appointments
  •    Before you approach them physcially
  •    When you have retired to bed but still wish to enquire of an issue
  •    When they are sleeping out of sight.

Connecting with loved animals in spirit, can only be achieved, of course, by remote AC. Whilst this aspect of AC, initially for some, can appear daunting, most animal lovers once confident in their ability, relish the reality of acknowledging connection with a loved animal passed.

Telepathic communication, literally is communication over distance.Those wishing to focus primarily on 'in person' interactions may like to reconsider telepathys true potential.

Ulitimately, as MUCH as we love being with animals, it truly makes sense to firstly learn & practise the art of telepathic communication, remotely, before relying only on AC with animals by our side.


Is there a Professional Certificate / Do I receive a qualification after your course?

Gently to say: No - & for the following reasons:
There is no official governing body- UK or Worldwide - for professional animal communicators (ACers),- & therefore no AC course which offers 'certification' is actually any better necessarily than any other which doesn't 'certify'.

Most reputable courses/ AC teachers with integrity - offering certificates or not - encourage any student to practise extensively for at least a year or more, so to be achieving a better & more rounded understanding of how they personally 'register' telepathic messages /& so gaining their own experiences in how cases can present - before encouraging the individual to progress to presenting as any sort of professional status.

Because of the amount of practise one is best advised to do prior to becoming an AC professional, then, a majority of workshops/courses do not issue qualifiying certificates from attending workshops.

I further also advise workshop attendees not to attempt claiming to be/or advertising as a professional until putting in dedicated time to thoroughly practise/& so recieve regular positive validations from working with ie a minimum of 50 -100 'cases' or so.
It may be said that the integrity and professionalism of any individual in this field tends to be spread mainly by word of mouth rather than by advertising or on the back of any certification though, & so, usually only ACers who have honestly put in thorough time and dedication to evolve their practise & who really wish to work professionally, tend to predominantly surface, thankfully.

The subject of issuing certifcates or not -albeit even of 'just' 'attendance' has been a long standing issue of consideration amongst long experienced earlier/first generation Acers. Not least because such 'Certificates of attendance', if given out, its been found, may then be presented inaccurately as if of pure accreditation once in hand.

As more and more ACers now offer courses, it can seem the most attractive option, at least for some, to take up one which easily or automatically offers certification, & as 'proof' of AC ability.

It is a personal choice of course. Though the quote by actress Sasha Azevedo is apt ..

"We can teach from our experience, but we cannot teach experience"




What determines 'Basic', Intermediate or Advanced AC..

..& do you teach 'Gestalt'?"

Confusingly, there is great discrepancy towards what may be termed  'Basic', 'Intermediate' or 'Advanced' level information' throughout AC classes worldwide.
From my own experience, certain key topics of address are not any more 'advanced' necessarily than the most basic of techniques, but are simply differing aspects to a wider understanding of the subject of AC as a whole. Albeit with, sometimes,fancier names.
Yet many of the aspects & techniques I share in a 'beginning' two day workshop, are not included in other 'basic' AC workshops at all. But may otherwise be found presented as later separate classes in themselves.
Animals in Spriit, Mirroring, Bodyscanning, AC Remote Viewing, Lost Animals to name a few.

And then there are classes named or sub-headed 'AC or medical gestalt'..

The german word 'gestalt' - with original reference to Gestalt therapy or psychology, by general definition is based around sensing how another individual feels as a whole. An as such a 'stepping into their shoes' (or, in AC speak .. intuitively 'entering' their body) to discover how they feel.

As with many words, the use of the term 'gestalt' has become a little ambiguous in recent years resulting in a number of professional AC-ers seemingly presenting 'gestalt' as a primarily heading for 'body-scanning'.
There are actually various methods of intuitively scanning a body, and not all can be attributed to this description.
Scanning a body using a 'gestalt' method more specifically though is likely to involve intuitively merging with &/or intuitively entering into the body of another individual.
The term really then is a sub division of the overall term 'intutive body-scanning'.

In AC, both body scanning & AC remote viewing refer to techniques used to explore & sense how an animals body/& or the environment around them feels to them (alongside their mental & emotional viewpoints), thereby taking into account the animals existence as a whole.

In my current two day workshop, I have aimed to present a rounded introductory view of each aspect of remote AC.

Ultimately, though, It is personal choice as to the teaching one is drawn to, whether one learns such techniques within a class named Basic, Intermediate or Advanced or by any other name.