Joyce Benning

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    Episode 740 with guest Delaya Diana

    I have always had huge connection with animals, but it took many years to understand and accept my calling. As a child I once heard an Evangelistic preacher preach against ‘living between the world’s, meaning, God and Satan, he was terrifying, but I was captivated, I instinctively knew that ‘Between the Worlds’ is where change happens, its where we transform and expand from what we knew into what is possible. I align with this ideal in my work as a True North eQUESTrian, ‘Between the Worlds’ is where Its where Humans and Horses can find common ground and become co-creators with co-intelligence to evolve our relationship and our Spiritual growth.…

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    Episode 739 with guest Joanne Routhier

    I was raised on a farm from the age of four and even at a young age I felt deeply connected to the openness, Mother Nature and of course animals. I didn’t start off then with a horse of my own, but through my Uncle Maurice’s insistence, “She needs a horse,” I received one shortly thereafter.   It wasn’t until later in my life that I learned just how majestic horses really are. This pulled me into a journey to understand them more, which led me to taking an Equine Assisted Learning Certification course. In addition to that I began reading voraciously, going to horse barns, clinics and taking my own…

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    Episode 734 with guest Deb Matlock

    Deb Matlock grew up in the mountains of Colorado and is deeply committed to nurturing the connection between people, animals, earth, and spirit. She has spent twenty-five years working as a professional environmental and humane educator and naturalist. Additionally, Deb offers shamanic- style spiritual guidance, animal communication, nature connection workshops, and retreats through her business, Wild Rhythms. She is passionate about helping people find connection and deep spiritual meaning in their lives and in the places where they live. Deb holds a Master of Arts in Environmental Education from Prescott College and is pursuing her doctoral degree in environmental studies at Antioch University New England.

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    Episode 731 with guest Kate Neligan

    Kate Neligan is an equine-partnered coach, healer, and animal communicator whose life’s work is devoted to the human-animal bond. Kate pairs her intuitive gifts with those of the horses to help people access their own inner power and connect to their life purpose. Kate has been a best-selling author, TEDx speaker, corporate marketing VP, and Huffington Post writer. She has a Master’s in Spiritual Psychology and is certified in Equine Experiential Education. In equine coaching sessions, she facilitates life-changing transformation with horses and humans around the country. In animal communication sessions, she bridges humans and their beloved pets for conversations and healings that spark positive change.

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    Episode 730 with guest Beth Parrish

    Beth Lauren Parrish is a Certified Level 3 CHA Riding Instructor and Level 1 Certified Equestrian Tai Chi Instructor. She has taught thousands of lessons for the past 20 years across the United States, and now teaches worldwide remotely. Beth has an unrelenting passion to improve her life and anyone else’s life that she comes into contact with. With her business, Inspired Riding, Beth has created courses, meditations, and a journal for Inspired Riders to help them become more confident and connected with their horses. She teaches equestrians to trust their intuition and have conversations with their horses telepathically, which sets up each horse and rider to have the best co-creative dances possible.

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    Episode 726 with guest Lisa Brisse

    Lisa Brisse is an Author, Speaker, Wellness Heart Coach, Exercise Physiologist, Personal Trainer, Spinning Instructor, Meditation Teacher, Founder of State of the Heart Fitness and lover of life, humanity and the planet. She helps people develop a healthy, loving, balanced and harmonious relationship to themselves — to their heart, mind, body and soul. She believes that we all came here as the Divine expressing itself uniquely through of us as us and that our body is the stage with which we shine our light to the world. 

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    Episode 725 with guest Deb Matlock

    Deb Matlock grew up in the mountains of Colorado and is deeply committed to nurturing the connection between people, animals, earth, and spirit. She has spent twenty-five years working as a professional environmental and humane educator and naturalist. Additionally, Deb offers shamanic- style spiritual guidance, animal communication, nature connection workshops, and retreats through her business, Wild Rhythms. She is passionate about helping people find connection and deep spiritual meaning in their lives and in the places where they live. Deb holds a Master of Arts in Environmental Education from Prescott College and is pursuing her doctoral degree in environmental studies at Antioch University New England.

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    Episode 720 with guest Kate Neligan

    Kate Neligan is an equine-partnered coach, healer, and animal communicator whose life’s work is devoted to the human-animal bond. Kate pairs her intuitive gifts with those of the horses to help people access their own inner power and connect to their life purpose. Kate has been a best-selling author, TEDx speaker, corporate marketing VP, and Huffington Post writer. She has a Master’s in Spiritual Psychology and is certified in Equine Experiential Education. In equine coaching sessions, she facilitates life-changing transformation with horses and humans around the country. In animal communication sessions, she bridges humans and their beloved pets for conversations and healings that spark positive change.

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    Episode 716 with guest Daphne Mcdonagh

    Daphne McDonagh is an energy healing facilitator and wellness practitioner. She works with animals and people who are experiencing physical or emotional pain. She knows and believes that our bodies are our best healers, and when we give the body what it needs, it will heal and regenerate itself. At age 15, she experienced a massive closed head brain injury where she was not expected to survive, and she knows what it takes to heal.Daphne is honoured to offer in-person and distance healing energy work for animals and people that are committed to healing themselves. She  offers individual or joint healing sessions for you and your pet. Daphne has been facilitating healings for animals and…

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    Episode 714 with guest Deb Matlock

    Deb Matlock grew up in the mountains of Colorado and is deeply committed to nurturing the connection between people, animals, earth, and spirit. She has spent twenty-five years working as a professional environmental and humane educator and naturalist. Additionally, Deb offers shamanic- style spiritual guidance, animal communication, nature connection workshops, and retreats through her business, Wild Rhythms. She is passionate about helping people find connection and deep spiritual meaning in their lives and in the places where they live. Deb holds a Master of Arts in Environmental Education from Prescott College and is pursuing her doctoral degree in environmental studies at Antioch University New England.

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    Special Episode: Grief, Death, and Dying (Tracy Pierce)

    Tracy Pierce connects animal lovers to the thoughts and feelings of their animal friends so they can resolve pet problems and create more peace, harmony and understanding at home. Tracy is an Animal Communicator based in Colorado. She is inspired to connect humans with the deeper wisdom of their animal friends through one-on-one Animal Communication sessions and Animal Communication workshops. Although she loves connecting with animals in person, most of her sessions are conducted virtually with clients around the world thanks to the magic of the internet.