The Human-Animal Connection introductory presentation
June 22 @ 8:00 pm EDT
We are all animals. How does that perspective change our personal lives and our actions in the world? What does it mean to include – and make peace with — our animal nature? Moving into resonance and loving animals builds empathy for all life. This opening segment is an introduction to The Human-Animal Connection, which is based on 33 Principles for living life as if all beings are sacred. We explore how humans can learn from animals to be more resilient, focused, empathetic, and more present for good.
- you feel about your animal nature
- “Good-Ness” itself can be a healing principle
- animals are our partners in healing
FREE ADMISSION to this 30-minute presentation occurring Tuesday, June 22, 2021
08:00 PM Eastern _ 07:00 PM Central _ 06:00 PM Mountain _ 05:00 PM Pacific Time
DRBI is pleased to host Genie Joseph’s 30-minute presentation on the Human-Animal Connection and recommends everyone to register for The Kinship with All Life 90-minute workshop that follows.
This introductory session is complimentary however a donation today helps DRBI continue to offer exceptional content to you. Thank you in advance. Please donate here.
Genie Joseph, PhD, is the Executive Director of The Human-Animal Connection, a new 501c3 organization dedicated to bringing people and animals together for the benefit of both. The Human-Animal Connection offers free therapy dog visits to veterans, Active Duty, Health Care Providers, and anyone experiencing stress in the field of Service to Others. We also offer free educational classes and zoom sessions to help people deepen their connection to animals, increase empathy, and facilitate cross-species communication. Genie is an Emmy Award-winning filmmaker and creator of The Act Resilient Method and author of the book by that same name. Act Resilient, which works with Therapy Animals, has been presented to over 4,000 Service Members and their families, and for this work, she was given President Obama’s Volunteer Service Award. And her team at Tripler Army Medical Center was given a National Award for Workplace Resilience from the American Psychological Association. She is a volunteer at various animal shelters and shares her life with her rescue dog, Sophia, who has brought smiles to many humans.
Free presentation: Human-Animal Connection