Animals and the Elements Course 1

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In 6 inspiring lessons, discover how combining the 5 elements with visualizations of colors, shapes and animal totems supports healing, harmony and balance.

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Join world-renowned animal Reiki expert Kathleen Prasad for this 6-part audio course to help you utilize animal power while you deepen your meditation practice. By meditating with a special animal totem and element each week, you will learn to unlock your inner healing potential. Through contemplation of spiritual quotes, mindful meditations, and journal reflections each week, you will explore the animal’s connections to the mystical healing properties of a particular traditional Japanese element and its corresponding shape and color. Discover how combining each of these spiritual tools with an animal totem supports healing growth and deepening of your inner clarity, wisdom and compassion.

Animals and the Elements Audio Series: A Foundation for Inner Transformation

Course 1: Luminous Meditations with Colors and Shapes

CLICK HERE for Audio Series Course 2: Sacred Meditations with Precepts and Affirmations

Students will receive 6 60-minute audios. During each 60-minute audio, Kathleen will guide you through a meditation with a specific animal totem and discuss ways animal energy can support your healing journey. Originally a live teleclass, the audio recordings will allow you to listen to participant discussions and sharing which will deepen your experience of the written materials presented. Students will receive notes to accompany the audios.

Week 1: Nurturing an open heart and mind through meditation: Bear

  • Meditation, Mind and Body: Creating a Sacred Space
  • Importance of Practice and Perseverance
  • Building Inner Openness and Stillness

Week 2: Element Earth: Buffalo

  • Benefits of Connecting to Earth
  • Importance of Grounding and Stability
  • Building Strength, Courage, Clarity

Week 3: Element Water: Dolphin

  • Benefits of Connecting to Water
  • Importance of Flexibility and Fluidity
  • Building Inner Peace and Gratitude

Week 4: Element Fire: Black Leopard

  • Benefits of Connecting to Fire
  • Importance of Passion, Determination and Enthusiasm
  • Building Vitality, Creativity and Joy

Week 5: Element Air: Butterfly

  • Benefits of Connecting to Air
  • Importance of Inner Listening and Intuition
  • Building Growth, Clarity and Harmony

Week 6: Element Space: Deer

  • Benefits of Connecting to Space
  • Importance of Gentleness and Compassion
  • Building Kindness, Unconditional Love and Expansion
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  1. biz@katandmouse.com

    This chant has helped me to deepen my own Reiki Practice. It has allowed me to stay in the 'Reiki space' without being distracted. I am now able to chant for 24 minutes with Kathleen and have used the chant often when working with a herd of horses. Having Kathleen support me with her chanting has increased the confidence of my own chanting. I highly recommend this chant for any budding Animal Reiki Practitioner as it truly does get you to the perfect Reiki space. I have been chanting for the animals of Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary along with Kathleen’s amazing Medicine Buddha Chant. The animals and I love this free spirited approach. I love being on my own, feeling the sun in my hair and my feet firmly connected to the earth. It is lovely to have no one dependent on me, other than that I am there for the animals. I have no expectation of them and them of me. The chanting truly helps me to let go and to just ‘be’, it helps with my breathing and the animals love the grounded energy that it creates. Using Kathleen’s chant I have been able to work with a horse called Marcus who was beaten so badly, that when he came to Remus, he stood in the exact same position in the Remus stable for days, as he was so scared to move. My relationship with Marcus now, is one of trust and respect. I hold the ‘Reiki’ space chanting along with Kathleen and stand motionlessly in the field. During these moments he will often come and nestle his head on my shoulders, I refrain from touching him as I know that he does not want me to touch him. He respects me for this and now looks for me, while I walk thorough the fields." - Caroline Thomas, SARA Teacher at Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary, England

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