Recorded Tue, July 24, 2018 1:30 pm (EDT)
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    Wynter speaks about how, through simple communications you are able to negotiate with wildlife in order to live harmoniously with nature. From baboons, monkeys and other wild animals looking for easy food, to rats and mice in the house and even insects in your vegetable garden.
    Wynter shows you how to see the message they are bringing you, how to put boundaries in place and make agreements for the benefit of all.
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Wynter Worsthorne
Thank you everyone for all the interesting questions on this webinar. Here are answer to the ones that I wasn't able to answer on the call:

Christine Noble Seller
02:46:28 PM
Do wildlife - of same or different species - from countries around the world work together? For example, baboons in South Africa and beavers in Canada. Or does each species have it's own message and consciousness? Or do they work as a collective too?

I feel that the answer is yes to both. Each species certainly has their own consciousness and message for humanity, but with all of nature being connected, they can only work together as well. We need to remember that we are part of that Nature too, and the global message from all species is for us to work with Nature.

11:44:26 AM
How to negotiate with a maltese x poodle I am boarding who is chewing my wood trim when I leave him. The owners allowed this And barking I try to redirect him other question is wild crows vs hawks. I always ask my mob not to hurt the hawks and so far ok but the hawks took out one of the crows what would be a good way to negotiate so they can share the area or do I just accept nature. my heart hurts when one is hurt. am I too emotional for them to hear me.?

Annie, please watch some of the pre-recorded webinars on the Big Marker Channel for the answer to your maltese poodle question. Specifically, the Introduction to AC webinar with myself and Safaya Salter:

WRT the crows and hawks. I feel that there is a good reason for the hawk eliminating the crow, for something like this it is best to trust Nature that balance is being restored. On a practical level both birds are territorial, and both need their space. The best thing for you to do is focus on sending both species unconditional love and visualise peace and respect for each other’s space between them.

Beth Redwood
11:44:29 AM
Vegan World 2026 recommends that we choose vegan living in order to keep wildlife from going extinct by then. Do you recommend that we go vegan to save animals and the environment?

As I mentioned in the webinar, veganism has to be a conscious personal choice. Saying that I believe it is the only sustainable way forward. I have been a vegetarian for almost my entire life, and vegan for the last 3 years. I struggled at first, but the more I realised how unsustainable using animals for food is the less I excuses I had. But it is not only about being Vegan but being conscious of where all your food comes from, how it is treated and what impact it has on the environment. If you are in a situation where you are not able to eat what you would consciously prefer, be thankful and grateful to nature for her offerings and use the energy you receive from that food for transformation.

Christine Noble Seller
02:54:51 PM
Can we negotiate with Mother Earth re: weather and climate change just as we can with wildlife? Or is the weather/ climate change a case of wake up humanity (just like species going extinct)?

I feel that climate change and weather patterns are a wake-up call. However, with having experience of the incredible drought in Cape Town, the big message is for us to be respectful of water. What is wonderful to me, is that Capetonians have made a remarkable effort and it is like we have been rewarded with unpredicted rainfall this winter, much more than we thought. What is still encouraging is that the habit of water saving has continued. So, I pray that this will help with rebalancing the weather.
It seems that when we listen to her messages and act upon them, we are rewarded by Mother Nature.

jo pelle
8:43:21 pm
I feel very bad about animals in zoos etc. is there anything we can do for these animals? would they welcome a chat or would I just spread my concern.

Send love and thanks, as always. Animals in captivity want us to see them for who they really are and not for their circumstances. On the physical level, only support zoos and sanctuaries who you know are ethical and are making a real effort to keep the animals happy in the captive environment. Do your research, and if you find zoos that are unethical with unhappy animals, see what you can do on a physical level to help raise awareness. If you feel you are unable to do anything on a physical level, communicate with them and ask what you can do to help, it may be just a question of acknowledging them and seeing their beautiful essence.
NB. Sanctuaries who trade and breed with wild animals (most specially lions), are not ethical and could be involved in the canned hunting/lion bone trade. So be aware of this, so that you can send transformational energy to the situation.
(I am planning on holding another webinar on the subject of wild animals in captivity)

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