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Animal Communication and Nature Connection Level 1

Start Date: 03/07/2023
End Date: 08/07/2023
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Learn the basic skills of telepathic communication with animals through this five-day workshop with expert, Jacqueline Buckingham.

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About Animal Communication

Animals and nature are communicating with us all the time – we have simply forgotten how to hear them.

This course gives you the tools to communicate with the animals in your life in a new way. When you learn telepathic animal communication you will be able to sense the deepest desires, concerns, hopes and needs of the animals in your life. 

You will be able to understand them better and they will be able to understand you clearly too. Once you know exactly what an animal needs, you will be able to provide it for them – no more guessing. You will also be able to create more harmonious relationships between ALL of the animals in your home.

Animal communication can be used to help improve training techniques, change unwanted behaviour and help animals to settle into a new home quickly and easily.



Telepathic interspecies communication

A unique opportunity to learn telepathic interspecies communication in an environment that has been practising these skills for more than 60 years.

The Findhorn Foundation Community was built upon the principle of co-creation with the intelligence of nature.  You will spend five days and nights in this world-renowned community as you learn how to communicate telepathically with the animals in your life.

Interspecies communication allows you to reconnect directly with animals and the rest of the natural world.  This workshop provides you with a space of peaceful connection in the middle of a hectic and stressed-out world, as you come back into balance and harmony.


Who this workshop is for

This workshop is for all animal lovers aged 18+, whether you have animal companions or work with them every day.

Animal communication can benefit and enhance the work of horse and dog trainers, dog groomers, animal therapists, dog walkers, animal rescue workers, veterinarians and anyone who works or lives with animals.

What you will learn
  • What telepathic communication is and how it works
  • How to send and receive telepathic messages to any animal effectively
  • How to understand animals better and improve their quality of life
  • Find out what your pet needs to recover more quickly when it is unwell
  • Help your pets to let got of unwanted or unwelcome behaviour
  • Meditations to relax the body and mind
  • Practices to help increase your sensory receptivity
  • Practice communicating with animals distantly using a photograph
  • Work with another student practising with each other’s animals
  • Received feedback from another student’s animal

    Your Experience

    • A five day workshop consisting of group-led activities by Jacqueline Buckingham
    • A peaceful five-night stay at Cluny Hill, situated in the historical town of Forres in north-east Scotland and perfectly placed for visiting the stunning Moray Coast
    • Three nutritious, balanced meals per day
    • Access to Cluny Hill’s beautiful gardens and local walking trails
    • Free bus rides between Cluny and the Findhorn Ecovillage
    • Free wifi and library access
    • Unlimited coffee, tea, and refreshments
    • Free onsite parking

    Choose between standard and boutique rooms. All rooms have access to free WiFi. Learn more about Cluny Hill, its location, and directions.

    The prices stated below are for the duration of the programme.

    Standard Single Room @ Cluny Hill: £1045
    Standard Shared Room @ Cluny Hill: £945 / person

    Check in: Monday 3rd July
    Check out: Saturday 8th July

    Please enquire about a non-residential option if you have your own accommodation. Call our bookings team +44 (0) 1309 691 653 or contact us with any questions.

    We provide you with the essentials, so you won’t really need very much once at Cluny Hill, but for this workshop we do recommend bringing:

    • A recent PRINTED photo/s of a living animal you know well (perhaps your own), ensuring that you can see the animal’s eyes in the photograph. (Please bring a printed photograph, rather than on a phone, tablet or other electronic device)
    • Notebook and pen
    • A water bottle
    • Sunscreen, waterproofs (as appropriate)
    • Sit-mat, cushion or folding chair for sitting outdoors (optional)
    • Toiletries/ Electrical appliances (Hairdryer etc.)
    • Loose / comfortable clothing
    • Shoes for walking in the garden or the beautiful local walks

    Please note that some of the time will be spent outdoors, regardless of the elements.

    This programme takes place at Cluny Hill in Forres, with registration at 10:30am Monday 3rd July

    For early arrivals and late departures please contact Bookings – tel: +44 (0)1309 691 653 email: [email protected]

    If you’d like to stay locally for a few days before the programme starts, please see options to stay in The Park at Findhorn. There’s also the Findhorn Bay Holiday Park, right next door to The Park, as well as Cullerne House B&B or B&Bs in The Park and neighbouring towns/villages such as Forres, Findhorn and Kinloss.


    Check out is 9am on Saturday, 8th July.

    Cluny Hill is located on the hill above Forres in the county of Moray in north-east Scotland.

    Our closest town is Forres (0.7 miles miles/1.1km), which has good bus and rail links. The nearest airports are Inverness (24 miles/38km) and Aberdeen (71 miles/114km).

    We recommend taking a taxi (about a 5-minute drive from Forres train station), as there’s no direct bus route.

    Alternatively it is 1.4 miles/2.2 km (about 30 minutes on foot) from the station. Head for the High Street, then up St Leonard’s Road (B9010), and then left up Edgehill Road.

    If you use a wheelchair or have any other mobility difficulties please let us know when you book. Cluny Hill is a multi-storey building with access to the upper levels via a staircase only.

    If you have specific requirements please contact Bookings before you book to ensure we can meet your needs. Please also include details with your booking form.

    “I would highly recommend this workshop to anyone who has a connection to animals to learn the first steps.”

    – Vic, Australia

    Your Workshop Leader

    Jacqueline Buckingham workshop presenter

    Jacqueline Buckingham

    Jacqueline Buckingham is an animal communication teacher and mentor working in Europe, Australia, Africa and online. She has been communicating with animals since she was a child, growing up on the family farm. This profound connection with nature deepened further through her with aboriginal elders while living in Australia.

    More recently Jacqueline lived and worked in the Findhorn Community in Scotland where she met renowned animal communicator, Anna Breytenbach. Anna became Jacqueline’s mentor and they worked together for several years. Jacqueline continues to teach animal communication and nature connection at the Findhorn Foundation.

    Jacqueline is a Reiki master teacher, a transpersonal therapist and a master facilitator. She is passionate about reconnecting people to their love of nature, and helping restore balance and harmony between humans and the rest of the natural world. www.understandinganimals.org



    Start Date: 03/07/2023
    End Date: 08/07/2023


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    Findhorn Foundation, Cluny Hill, St Leonards Rd
    Forres, IV36 2RD United Kingdom
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