EFT for You & Your Animals
Energy Healing for Animals Fundamentals
Energy Healing for Animals Level 1
Animal Communication Fundamentals
Animal Communication Level 1
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Joan Ranquet could have been content with being one of the best and most sought-after animal communicators working today. Thank God she chose instead to teach her knowledge in the most practical of ways, allowing us all the chance to remember the interconnectedness of all life.
Joan is a fabulous teacher who imparts not only her own wisdom and experience, but skillfully draws out the wisdom and experience present in her students to deepen the learning experience for all. With her practical, grounded approach I was quickly able to get past my doubts and lack of confidence and just jump in.
I cannot tell just how wonderful you are!… We searched high and low for the settings you put in my mind…There were many I could make fit ..and wanted to……but when I came upon “Tango’s safety spot(s) I knew we were in the right area. He was indeed doing a smaller and smaller circle.. did smell heavy smoke. (burning bldg.)..did indeed have a hurt hip..and no lead just the collar. We FOUND TANGO!!!! 10 1/2 days after he was lost with a flexi lead on )in a very remote area ! We NEVER would have found him without your help and guidance.. Your words kept us all together…all focused on bringing Tango “in” …Tango beat all the odds ( and a lot of doubters) and was found exactly under the circumstances that you described. Your words created a very strong picture.. As I write this in tears..he is lying by my side..tired, skinny, matted, .still dirty and he is very sore… but he is alive and back HOME… We all thank you from the bottom of our hearts..and Tango does too. All the Bernese Mt Dog Clubs will soon be getting an email from me including a link to your website You truly are an amazing teacher & We are forever grateful and life has new meaning.
-Kim, Granneville, N.Y.
Rode Bart yesterday, just a quiet walk with friends, as it was unbearably hot. Our horses are used to the heat as we ride them lightly at least once a week. Our destination was a nearby commercial boarding facility; we wanted to go play on their obstacle course for a bit. When we got there, we all stood in the shade while a friend went to make sure it was all right for us to use the obstacle course. Let me explain that Bart is a very “herd-oriented” horse, to the extreme that whatever way the other horses are facing; he faces that way too, so as to not be left behind if they start off. There was an arena a little distance from where we were resting, and Bart indicated unmistakably that he wanted to enter the arena. AWAY from the other horses! Had it not been for our telephone visit the other day, I would have argued with him, as it was not MY idea. I remembered what you said about things Bart wanted to share with me, so I let him enter the arena. After we got in the arena, I gathered him lightly, and he GAITED! Not far, mind you, as his poor misshapen feet are recovering from a lifetime without break from front shoes. But it was apparent that he wanted to show off his awesome gait! Everyone was shouting “Yeah Bart!” 🙂 Thank you again, Joan for alerting me to Bart’s desire to show me just what a wonderful horse he is. I am so looking forward to sharing my riding and camping life with this sweet guy. Our telephone visit gave me immensely helpful insights into his character.
Thanks 🙂 I actually talked to Laney after we got off the phone and she seemed to respond pretty well to it from what I could tell. I’m going to work on those top 10 lists as soon as I get off the phone. I told my grandparents how it went so they would know what was going on, and we all talked about having faith in Laney again, they both admitted that they had sort of shunned her after she attacked Ginger last time. I will look at those supplements and will get them as soon as I am able to; I definitely want my dogs to have everything they need to be as healthy and happy as possible.
Just wanted to let you know that Tobie is urinating IN THE TOILET!!!!! We caught him on videotape. I kept picturing him going into the litter box as you told me to do but he has been doing his pee-pee in the toilet. My husband and I were totally in awe how he just starting doing this on his own. Did you tell him to do that??? 😉 Hope you are doing well. Dr. Masami says hi!
-Lee in Melbourne, FL