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Don't Miss My "Weekly Wildlife Wisdom" Live Streams On You Tube

A central reason I co create my Celtic Wildlife Art is to share the wonderful wisdom of each species. Why you may ask? Well, our non human relatives have so much to teach us, to remind us, to guide us in our lives and the better we live as human folk the better we all are. By better I mean more in balance, more peaceful, more compassionate and caring and the more lightly we step on beautiful Mother Earth.

Above is my latest replay of "Heron Wisdom - Stillness Speaks" and I love the beautiful wisdom Herons have to share with us. Simply click the red play button to watch the replay. On Friday 21st June I will be honouring Giraffe Wisdom - "An Eye To The Future"- as it is World Giraffe day and I will be sharing the ancient and very powerful wisdom of these tall wise ones.

I share a different Weekly Wildlife Wisdom (WWW) each Friday at 10am (UK) where I focus on one wild species for around 15-20 minutes, sharing their ancient wisdom and energy that they offer to the world. Their energy is also a part of our energy and when we learn or re-member what this energy is and how to embrace and re-integrate it within ourselves we can grow tremendously in strength and balance.

Part of my Weekly Wildlife Wisdom is guided by ancient Celtic wisdom (my ancestors are from the Scottish Highlands) and partly by my intuitive communication directly with the species (I am an interspecies communicator.) This special combination brings together powerful guidance that I hope you will really enjoy and benefit from.

So, if this sounds interesting to you - hop on over to You Tube (you'll need a free account to subscribe) and subscribe to my channel here;

Once you subscribe to my channel you'll receive a weekly e-mail reminder. If you can't join me live, don't worry at all, the replays will be available to you whenever it is good for you to watch. I have also added previous replays from my lives on Instagram there too.

I love to receive your comments and questions, so please do feel free to use the comment box to get in touch and also to request wild species for a future WWW.

I hope you will enjoy watching my WWW including the beautiful and ancient Heron, featured above.

Much love Jules X


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