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"If all the beasts were gone, men would die from a great loneliness of spirit, for whatever happens to the beasts also happens to the man. All things are connected."
... Chief Seattle of the Suwamish Tribe, letter to President Franklin Pierce
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I am a lucky animal owner
I know I am not the only animal owner who thinks from time to time 'what on earth are they thinking?'. Recently I was very lucky to meet Shayne Newlyn and asked her over to help me get an insight into my three very different horses. The horses were clearly very interested when Shayne went
Gitti Coats (small holder and horse owner) Co founder Health Detectives and Master NLP Coach
When I was very kindly invited to document the 'We are all one' animal communication workshop with Shayne, I was looking forward to this event with great anticipation. If you remember, I was working with Shayne last summer when we did some images for her website. Now having the opportunity to actually experience first hand
Sue from Cwtch Photography – Haverfordwest
I have never felt so close to him…
I was introduced to Shayne by my friend Gitti. I’d thought about getting an animal communicator to meet my horse Bing and I for a number of years but had never put it into action. I think something or someone somewhere wanted me to wait for someone as wonderful as Shayne. Explaining the
Ceri Daugherty Llandewi Velfry
I cannot thank you enough…
I can not thank you enough for all your help, time and effort Shayne. Everything you have helped with has a huge impact here with both dogs and myself. Max goes out on walks with a wagging tail, he is truly having fun and he loves hunting. He has such a good little nose.
Sue Niggemann Haverfordwest
I feel so blessed…
What an absolutely amazing day we have had today. Thank you so so much Shayne for your guidance and leading us all today. Thank you Gitti for letting us come to your beautiful home and sharing your animals with us. I feel so blessed xxx
Horse Magic – I am still in awe…
This happened in the afternoon of Shayne Newlyn's animal communication workshop. I am still in awe - lost for words about this.