May 16, 2014 BY

An Evening With Jamie Verillo, Animal Communicator

16062383_lPET LOVERS!!!!!   What If You Could Communicate With Your Animal?
• Would you like to understand your pet?
• Is your pet suffering from illness, disease, injury or aging
• Would you like to change your pet’s behaviors?

Join us for this fascinating topic of animal communication and find out how you can communicate with your pet to improve health, change behaviors or have a greater connection to your pet at an evening with Jamie Verrillo, Animal Communicator on Sunday June 8th at 5:30 PM.

Jamie went through an 20-year period working with horses.  “I had a knack for working with troubled horses, who were misunderstood or needed special attention.  It was empowering for me to be around them, because I felt totally accepted in their presence.  In retrospect, I can see they were there to heal me.”

 Another 20-year period followed of seeking spiritual and transformational inner growth.  The many twists and turns along that pathway led Jamie to Access Consciousness, which has given him an additional language and process for connecting to all living beings with greater clarity.  Access Consciousness teaches people how to not to project their own “stories” on the environment around them, which enables them to access the pure intelligence that connects us all.   “I now realize that all along I have had a knowingness of how to be with animals, but Access Consciousness has allowed me to expand my capacity for, and my awareness of, greater possibilities for this work.”

Come meet Jamie, and bring your animal friend if you feel that s/he may not be too disruptive to the rest of the class.

$20 Donation Suggested

Shenendewhowa Adult Community Center
6 Clifton Common Court
Clifton Park, NY 12065

From 87 – Take Exit 9 W/Route 146  heading toward Schenectady
Travel on Route 146 for 2.4 Miles
Take Left on to Vischer Ferry Rd
Travel on Vischer Ferry Rd for 0.4 Miles
Take a Left into Clifton Commons Blvd
Very shortly, there will be a T-shaped intersection
Take a right at the T-shaped intersection and travel on until you see the red building on your left.
Enter in the side entrance on left.

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