Anna Breytenbach is one of the world’s best known interspecies communicators, subject of the film The Animal Communicator ( youtu.be/gvwHHMEDdT0). In this conversation we touch on a couple of her stories before zooming out larger themes such as: the living planet and humanity’s role on it, the relationship between humans and the rest of life, and how to access the kind of abilities Anna has developed.
Anna Breytenbach is a professional interspecies communicator practicing for 20 years on several continents and featured in the documentary “The Animal Communicator”.
Native to South Africa, she holds a degree in Psychology and studied telepathic animal communication with the Assisi Institute in California as well as tracking and mentoring at the Wilderness Awareness School in Seattle.
As an experienced master facilitator she focuses on mentoring in a practical manner that reminds us humans of the ways of indigenous nature awareness. Her consultation work is exclusively with wildlife and peaceful interventions globally via remote work. This includes predator research, wilderness protection, anti-poaching assistance, biodynamic and reforestation initiatives, wildlife management and rehabilitation and numerous public appearances as an inspirational speaker.
Anna’s communication and conservation work guides people to deepen their connection with all species in an honouring manner. She’s inspired by being a voice for wild beings and natural environments.