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Animals As Teachers: Learning From The Bowerbird

Animals As Teachers: Learning From The Bowerbird

On my daily walk with Prince, in my local wooded park with meandering trails, I was picking up trash.  Our destination on this walk is the hill to the throw the ball and we usually settle into our ball throwing routine. I throw the ball […]

Becoming HeartSong: Listening for a Name

Becoming HeartSong: Listening for a Name

Many of you have known me and my practice as Neave Animals.  My practice is now called HeartSong Communication.  This name change came about in April 2016 when things had shifted greatly in my life.  My marriage of 23 years was dissolving. I felt as […]

Animals as Teachers: Tending to Sacred Space

Animals as Teachers: Tending to Sacred Space

The past few weeks I have witnessed and marveled at a pair of Juncos, a ground nesting bird, who built a nest a foot away from my house in an overgrown strawberry bed.   I was impressed at the bravery of these birds to build […]

Animals As Teachers: Flying to the Full Moon and Back with Arctic Terns

Animals As Teachers: Flying to the Full Moon and Back with Arctic Terns

Finally some relief from the stars, planets and solar system.  Today’s full moon according to The Power Path invites us to: Pay attention to what is unfolding with ease, support and inspiration. If it is not unfolding easily, put it aside for now. Your reality […]

Animals as Teachers: Chipmunk and Armadillo

Animals as Teachers: Chipmunk and Armadillo

I am just stepping into a role of teacher and I am experiencing a mixture of excitement and nervousness.  One of my offerings is a bi-monthly practice group for students to strengthen their intuitive muscles.  Since I am a one-woman show working with a host […]