Animal ESP and Communication: with Susan Freeman

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Featuring Animal Communicators Kathe Martin, Toni Stevens and Michele Bustamante


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JB Rhine was fond of animals, but in 1927, it was his curiosity that led him to a ‘psychic’ horse named Lady Wonder.  By 1951, JB Rhine had initiated research programs at the Duke Parapsychology Labs that focused on the question: Do animals have Psi abilities? The research continued through the 60s and 70s, including dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, even bugs and fish.

While going through archived information at The Rhine, Susan Freeman has found and compiled interesting data and fascinating reports of potential Animal ESP that offer a glimpse into the efforts of researchers to understand a still relatively unexplained ability of animals.

A lot has changed since the early days of animal psi research. The ability to communicate with animals has expanded exponentially. This program offers the opportunity to hear from a panel of experienced animal communicators who will share their experiences and views about the nature of the work they do.



Biographical Information

Susan Freeman is Program Director and Research Associate at the Rhine Research Center. She has spent much of her 9 years at the Rhine working closely with Sally Rhine Feather on the historic spontaneous case reports collected by Louisa Rhine and Sally, and tends to the experience reports and phone calls that come in frequently. She has trained in Hypnosis, Regression and numerous Energy Healing modalities over the past 20 years. Susan combines a strong focus on psychic experiences with a healthy respect and appreciation for Psi research to support others as well as help the Rhine continue to thrive.

 



Kathe Martin is a nationally recognized psychic medium with thirty years of experience. She reads the Tarot, practices psychometry, and channels. She has extensive experience communicating with animals, both in this world and the next. She is trained in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Shamanism and she finds that her knowledge of Shamanic practices greatly assist her in her animal communications. She does phone readings all over the country and maintains a private practice in Greensboro, North Carolina. Find more information about her at https://kathemartin.com



Michele Bustamante has been working as a professional animal communicator since 2001.She trained extensively with Penelope Smith and is also trained in Shamanism, TAT®, flower essence therapy, and as a Reiki M/T. She feels that communicating with animals is a human birthright and enjoys helping people to re-member this gift and to reclaim a deep connection with animals and all of Life. She also teaches beginning and advanced animal communication classes. Michele currently lives in Durham, NC with her husband and four wise cat teachers.For further information about her practice, Michele can be reached @ 919-403-8243 or via e-mail:michelemb@mindspring.com



Toni Stevens is a North Carolina Native and works in Mind/Body and Energy Medicine.  She is a Certified BodyTalk Practitioner for children, adults and animals. With her human clients she is also trained in Family Constellations, a tool to clear inherited patterns within the family.   Toni teaches classes in Reiki, BodyTalk Access and Meditation.  

In 2010, Toni contacted Michele Bustamante for help with a reading in Animal Communication.  The reading was so helpful and effective, Toni took Michele's Basic Animal communication class .She has continued to train with Michele and now uses her communication skills to work effectively with her animal clients.  Just as she asks permission to work with a human client, Toni asks permission to work on animal clients. Toni assist in helping  animals and their human companions  connect to the inherent wisdom that animals bring to share with us.

To contact Toni, call the office at 919-698-3150 or email: heal@ToniStevens.com

July 13th, 2018 7:00 PM   through   9:00 PM
The Episcopal Center at Duke University
505 Alexander Ave.
Durham, NC 27705
Phone: 919 309 4600
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