Nature Communication Free Class
Nature Communication As It Relates to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
Accessible Worldwide via the Internet!
Attend the live class led by Maia Kincaid from the comfort of your home.
This Nature Communication class meets once a month via teleconference for an hour-long call where Maia Kincaid leads participants in navigating telepathic dialogs with plants, animals, insects and the Earth gaining insight into the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals for Living in Harmony with Nature ~ Uniting Nations. Everyone is welcome!
Class Meets Once A Month 8 a.m. – 9 a.m. ARIZONA Time (Attend a live class or listen to the audio recordings) Click here for a Time Zone Converter
2019 Class Dates: Oct 5, Nov 2, Dec 7.
2020 Class Dates: Jan 4, Feb 1, Mar 7, April 4, May 2, June 6, July 4, Aug 1, Sept 5, Oct 3, Nov 7, Dec 5)
There are three main objectives for the course, which are interrelated and equally important because each one makes the other possible:
You become aware of your natural ability to dialog with trees, plants, insects, animals, and the Earth.
You have your own experiences communicating with Trees, Animals, Plants, Insects and the Earth. You gather insights from Nature which can be life changing for you and for others.
Our insights gathered from the wisdom of Nature, through our conversations are given directly to Heads of State, Government, UN Ambassadors and delegates.
By carefully taking the simple steps of the course we achieve all goals, and we collectively have the unprecedented opportunity to create a new experience on planet Earth where we live in harmony with Nature.
What inspired the creation of this Nature Communication Class?
In 2015 "United Nations Representative Lisinka Ulatowska was on a mission to include the voice of nature into the United Nations Sustainability Development Goals. On her 75th birthday she boarded a plane in Amsterdam to find out if Arizonan animal communicator Maia Kincaid could teach her to talk to nature. After 12 days communicating to trees, snakes, wolves and cacti she was convinced that she and Maia could translate nature’s voice into UN policy. Now Maia leads monthly global UN nature communication classes (since 2015) while Lisinka tests her decades-long involvement and hard-won credibility at the UN sharing Nature’s perspective." By Sandi Perlmutter, https://www.sisterearthfilm.com/
Nature Communication as it Relates to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals:
The Topics of our Nature Communications are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations (listed below). We hear from Nature directly. For instance, Animals, Plants, Trees, Insects & Mother Earth on how to implement the 17 goals to transform our world ~ Living In Harmony with Nature!
The 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) to transform our world:
GOAL 1: No Poverty
GOAL 2: Zero Hunger
GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being
GOAL 4: Quality Education
GOAL 5: Gender Equality
GOAL 6: Clean Water and Sanitation
GOAL 7: Affordable and Clean Energy
GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth
GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
GOAL 10: Reduced Inequality
GOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities
GOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production
GOAL 13: Climate Action
GOAL 14: Life Below Water
GOAL 15: Life on Land
GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions
GOAL 17: Partnerships to achieve the Goal
Comments from Dr. Lisinka Ulatowska about Maia Kincaid:
Many indigenous peoples, pastoralists and people who live close to the land depend for their livelihoods and well being to be able to understand the signs Nature is giving.
There are also many young children who are conscious of their capacity to communicate with Nature from an early age and some remain conscious of this capacity as adults. Many adults communicate with their pets. Princess Irene of the Netherlands wrote a book on communicating with trees.
Maia Kincaid, PhD, founded the Sedona International School for Animal & Nature Communication. She has focussed on bringing Animal & Nature Communication to the World since 1997. She and her graduates assist individuals in the (re)discovery of their natural ability to communicate directly with animals, plants, trees, sea creatures, fishes, insects and the Earth. This type of communication is useful in enhancing the vitality of plants, warding off unwanted insects and invasive plants and showing the vast unexpected prospects that open up when humans do indeed begin to communicate sensitively with Nature,.
As a child Maia, like so many young children, would carry on two-way telepathic conversations with animals, plants and insects. Unlike most, she rediscovered her natural ability in her twenties and has been carrying on numerous telepathic conversations each day ever since. She is now recognized as a pioneer in the field of telepathic animal and Nature communication. Clients around the world have asked her to talk with their animals, and also plants, the soil, insects and the Earth; and have brought her to their countries to give workshops to people with pets.
Maia Kincaid is convinced that ALL human beings have the natural capacity to communicate telepathically with the life around them.
This understanding is the principle upon which the Sedona International School for Animal & Nature Communication was founded.
Communications with animals and beings of Nature endow human beings with wisdom and understanding and give a voice to Nature. In her many books, Kincaid gives many examples of how such communications can enable human beings in cooperation with their animal friends to achieve things that to most seem miraculous. Here is just one example where an unusual course of action was taken due to a communication between Cassie the horse and animal communicator Maia Kincaid.
Cassie had shattered her front leg in 15 pieces, which normally would have resulted in her being immediately put down. A call came in from Dr. Laura Mann for Maia Kincaid to talk with Cassie. Cassie requested immediate surgery to stabilize the leg and for Laura to have patience in the healing process. The mare promised to cooperate with her treatment and to show Laura miracles. Cassie was the perfect patient. A year later, after having major surgery to put her leg back together Cassie asked Laura (through Maia's communication) to begin to ride her again. Not wanting to hurt her delicate horse Laura resisted riding Cassie at first but then finally agreed to do as the mare requested. As soon as Laura became accustomed to riding Cassie the horse began to ask to jump some small fences and then once Laura was OK with that Cassie asked to jump a little larger fences. Soon, much to Laura's surprise, Cassie was jumping fences and joyously dazzling onlookers with her grace, athleticism and style just as she had done before she broke her leg. No one could believe she had broken her leg, especially having shattered it in so many pieces. Twelve years later she is still jumping fences and enjoying being in the limelight inspiring people in the miracle of her tremendous heart and spirit and what is possible when you have a simple conversation with an animal to know what they would like and what they believe is possible.