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Audio Whale Teachers #3: Humpback Whales And Orcas

Audio Whale Teachers #3: Humpback Whales and Orcas

Experience the wisdom and healing of the Humpbacks and Orcas

In 2015 I felt a strong call from the whales to bring the people to them in shamanic ceremony. So I scheduled three whale watch tours and telecalls to meet with the gray whales, orcas, humpbacks and other marine mammals and wildlife (if you would like to see what happened in 2014 check out Whale Watching the Shamanic Way).

Our first visit in the series was with the Gray Whales in April (see Gray Whale Teachers #1).

Our second encounter was with a pod of transient Orcas in June (see Whale Teachers #2: The Orcas).

Our third visit was to be with the Humpback Whales, some of whom spend their summers off the Washington coast, feeding on krill, small shrimp-like crustaceans, and various kinds of small fish before beginning their long winter migration to more tropical waters.

It was my expectation that we would be focusing solely on the Humpbacks for the whale watch and shamanic journey, but it turned out that the Southern-resident Orcas wanted to be represented too! They were gathered to hunt the salmon running at this time of year, and have a different culture than the transient Orcas we met in Whale Teachers #2 (who are seal hunters).

It was an unexpected bonus to have encounters with two Southern-resident Orca families, including one of the four babies, J50 (Scarlett – currently in the news as an ailing adult) and our encounter included a “holy wow” moment that will live in my heart forever. So, these Orcas have a very important message for us, too.

The Whale Teachers want to offer healing for participants and share messages through a guided shamanic journey. Since they want to reach as many people as possible, the call is now available as a podcast.

Humpback Whale Dive, ©Rose De Dan

Storytelling, Photos and Shamanic Journey

During the audio I share stories of our encounters with the whales, and you’ll have access to photographs taken the day of the whale watch for a better connection with the experience and the whales.

And with the assistance of my allies, the Humpbacks, Orcas and other marine wildlife, I also guide you on a powerful, ancient shamanic journey to discover what messages, insights, and healing the Whales wish to offer for greater spiritual growth and connection.

FAQ: How do I listen to the recording and see the photos?
When you register you will receive an email confirmation which will contain a link to recorded MP3 file you can download to your computer or listen to online. You will also receive a link to where you can view the photos online.


Audio: Whale Teachers #3: Humpbacks and Orcas

Where: Worldwide via digital audio (mp3) or online at your convenience.
When: Anytime

Investment: $6.99 In support of the Southern-resident Orcas 50% of proceeds are donated to Orca Conservancy per the request of the Whales. After payment, you will receive a receipt with Instant Access link that will take you to the page with links to audio and photos. Payment is non-refundable and non-transferable to any other class, product or offering by WRSH.

About Rose De Dan

Wild Reiki and Shamanic Healing LLC

Rose De Dan is an animal communicator, Reiki Master Teacher, shamanic practitioner, and author based in Seattle, WA. She has been teaching classes since 1996 and has a wealth of stories and guidance on energy healing for animals and people that she shares with her students.

In 1996, while living in Worcester, Mass., she had a life-changing experience during a Reiki class and was gifted with a vision of a healing practice for animals. In pursuing that vision, Rose began to remember her childhood dreams and passion to help animals.

In the process of becoming an energy healer, animal shaman, and voice for the animals, Rose found her practice evolving into building bridges between people and domestic and wild animals. She has been bringing people and animals together in ceremony to co-create a sustainable future since 1998 through events such as A Walk on the Wild Side: Answering the Call of the Wild.

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