Anna here again.

"Animal Communication: A Healing Journey." 

If not, take the time NOW to check out what we're going to be covering: 



Have you ever wondered whether you knew your animal companion in another time or life?  

I can tell you without question that some animals return to us over and over again.

Sometimes this is because the spirit of the animal has some great lesson to teach us, other times, it's because of a great, inseparable bond we share with them. Regardless, wouldn't you like to be able to use animal communication skills to find out?

On February 11th, Carol Gurney, author of "The Language of Animals" will join us to discuss these past lives we share with our animal companions. I predict this will be one session you won't want to miss.

But, with limited spots available we are filling up fast, I'd hate to see you miss out on this session, let alone all the others.

We've only got a few more days before the early bird special pricing of only $147 goes back up to $297!

That's less that $25 a session, by the way... 

Just click the button below, and come join me, Carol, and 4 other experts as we take your animal communication to the next level, and step out onto the path of healing and self-discovery through animal communication.




And, don't forget, if you can't make one or more of the sessions, sign up anyway.  


You'll be given a link to watch the replay at your convenience or  downloadable the audio file which you can load onto your computer or MP3 player to listen to as many times as you wish.


Please do join us on the calls. I'm especially excited about this series.


Happy trails,

P.S.-Remember, there are limited seats in this webinar, so make sure you don't delay!


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