One-liner review: Awesome. Just do it.
Need more? The “why” tugging at you?
Then read on…
Linking Awareness is an Animal Communications Workshop that is offered here in Singapore and in many locations around the world.
On the simplest level. The most obvious level. We work with animals and we are taught tools and techniques to yes, link in with animals. To connect and listen to all sentient beings, which to me is pretty much everyone, everything, including myself.
When you set your intention and link in, you will see and notice the environment dancing with you. Intent takes it to a whole other level.
From “just” an animal communications workshop, which may have a more narrow audience and a more targeted application, a whole field of possibilities and whole other levels of awareness open right up.
This is not “just” an animal communications workshop. You may want to attend because you love animals, you work with animals, or you just want to understand why your dog is tearing up the sofa. Sure, some dogs just love to destroy stuff – it is just plain fun and exciting. Or it could be a dog thing – kill the squeak. It may be because they are simply bored. Or something else?
It may be their way of getting our attention. For what? To let us know about something completely and utterly unrelated, but important.
Our animals, for example, may feign illness (and trick the vet!) to stop us from going on a trip where we would be injured…or killed. WHAT? From our ordinary senses, and especially our left-brain logical hard-evidence-based mind, this makes absolutely NO sense. That’s because we have been trained to suppress/ignore/subjugate our right hemisphere and other, more subtle senses and aspects of being.
Some information is more easily affirmed, eg my dog hates other dogs and prams or that horse was electric-pronged to race faster. Sometimes it is about being heard. For once. For the first time.
People are always amazed by the messages, information, and lessons shared by animals. Having this skill, which everyone can (re)learn, brings a new dimension to the work that we do with animals, and to our relationships with them and all sentient beings. That may be the reason for you.
For others, it is something different.
Not every participant is a horse-lover, or even an animal lover though most in our workshop do live with dogs or cats. Not everyone is planning to work with animals, in the capacity of an animal communicator or another role. But everyone was called. Go to your quiet place, your centre, your heart-space, and listen. Is this for you? Yes. No. And the reasons may not be obvious. In fact, it’s probably not for the obvious reasons. Maybe you just need some healing or your energy is integral to the group. Maybe the animals will open a door for you.
In this workshop, there was massive healing, for the people and for the horses.
Why work with animals?
Some animals tend to send info very fast, like horses and elephants.
They are the largest group of non-verbals. Most communication is through non-verbal avenues. Even beyond body language. Some people are, for example, empaths.
And animals are simply amazing. They don’t plan things out. They don’t obsess about mortgages and drama, though some animals can be quite dramatic and funny! Animals live in the now, and are a great living reminder of that key of being. Living from the heart.
Animals are fantastic teachers. And honestly, who wouldn’t LOVE to spend days with horses?
For this workshop, we worked with ex-racers at Horse City (Singapore). Thank you to the horses, Jack, and Gallop Stables.
Horses just don’t let you get away with it. You have to be sovereign and connected to who you are, not to be “bullied” by horses. Horses, like all animals, can sense incongruence.
I think horses also call out to that primal, that instinctive, that free and wild part of our being. Some people are deathly afraid of horses, and by extension that part of themselves.
Despite everything (and humans have done some pretty deep wounding), these horses had so much to share, so much to give. Their heart-space is SO very big and embracing. This biofield’s resonance heals. If you know dolphins, Loesje calls horses land-dolphins and has seen them projecting energy forms to fragment blocked energy in people or whatever it is around them.
Working with animals reminds us that our reality is holographic. Fractals. There is no past or future, only now. In the now, we can tap into the morphogenic field and access all sorts of (and all) information. Are animals prophetic? Is it your cat giving you the message? Or an aspect of you? Like Linking Awareness facilitator Loesje Jacob says, it doesn’t matter.
So this may all sound (deliciously) weird. The great thing about this workshop and everything is that we take what we are ready to hear, and what we are needing to hear. Conscious and not conscious. Seeds are planted. Doors are cracked open. If your own beliefs are diametrically different, it does not matter. It is all okay.
Maybe it sounds odd when I say the horses called me. But to be honest, this workshop has been on my “to-do list” for years. This time, it just “lit up” for me. It was the horses. It was the right timing. It was the perfect group. It is my personal belief that it is no accident who we meet and who we meet in workshops. This Linking Awareness workshop was no exception. We were all meant to meet up, if even for just that weekend. Who knows.
During the workshop, we asked if all animals are healers. Like people, we all are but some of us are here in a healer’s role. Loesje’s horse is nicknamed Pete the Prophet. Some are storytellers. Whatever their role, animals play a tremendous, important, and amazing part in our world. It is time we started to listen. They are aspects of ourselves and through them, we can start to hear our simplest and deepest truths. When we in any way abuse animals, we are only abusing ourselves. It is time to listen. It is time to say sorry. It is time to forgive and let go. And it is definitely time to have some fun!
The message from Hi 5 Hi Frequency, seen in the photo above, for humanity is “don’t be so stodgy, and have fun.”
It’s perfect to ask nature. Nature is not going to lie so I am looking at my own lies.
Linking Awareness is about giving us tools, symbols, and metaphors to reclaim our innate abilities of non-verbal non-physical communication. Some people are more “gifted” in this; perhaps they didn’t buy into the belief that it’s not real or they were able to remove the filters on the subtle senses.
Inherent in this is harnessing our power of imagination and dropping our awareness from our head to the heart. We have been programmed to think that verbal communication is intelligence and those who cannot “speak” are second-class citizens, be they animals or “mentally-challenged” people. Technology, in providing innovative tools, is showing us that this is simply not true.
We all “pick up” information but for many, unless it is spoken, we do not trust it. Not even when the action is speaking louder than the words. Clarification: our mind doesn’t trust it. Our body knows the truth. Doing this workshop is learning to trust and that could be the single biggest missing key in the world now. The subtext of this “animal communications” course is intercellular communication and a healing journey. Many levels. Many connections. Many reasons to do this workshop.
Linking Awareness has been offered in Singapore five times and now has locally-based facilitators. This March Linking Awareness in Singapore was held at Gallop Stables, working with ex-racehorses. Linking Awareness was “created” by Loesje Jacob and her daughter Emily, with much input from the animal kingdom.
Loesje is a Canadian Advanced Certified BodyTalk practitioner, Senior BodyTalk Instructor, Animal Communicator, bridge, pioneer, world traveller….She holds workshops and courses at her home, Eagle’s Eye Ranch, in beautiful British Columbia. For this trip, Loesje was accompanied by her Personal Assistant, Boo Versteegh, also a BodyTalk practitioner. Boo was our indispensable “horse-mover” plus more.