Welcome & Aloha!
Animal communication is absolutely possible and incredibly beneficial. In the past, when we lived closer to nature and were more connected to the land, animal communication was simply an accepted practice. In recent times, we have moved into a more analytical way of life and our ability to connect with the animals has diminished. This website is devoted to restoring that connection through the services of our professionals.
Look through the subjects below to find your area of interest. Listed are the ACH professionals who specialize in those areas and are more than willing to assist you.
We look forward to working with you!
CATEGORIES & PRACTITIONERS
SECOND ANNUAL NEW YEARS PET BLESSING
Sunday, January 21
What better way to start the year than with a Hawaiian blessing for you and your pet performed by Kahu Kalehua Featheran! The 2nd annual New Years Pet Blessing will be held at Hawaii Doggie Bakery (corner of East Manoa and Lowrey Avenue in Manoa) on Sunday, January 21, from 11am to 2pm. Planned is two free group blessings at 11:30am and 1:00pm and, for a donation, personal blessings for you and your pet with Kahu Kalehua Featheran or Eileen Abe, Animal Communicator, who is also a minister. People who register for the personal blessing may pick up a valuable gift bag of products at the Blessing. For pets who are unable to travel to Manoa, or are uncomfortable being with other animals, their parents/guardians may bring their photo to the blessing. Check regularly on Facebook for additional details. Save the date and register HERE!
PLEASE NOTE: For those who participated in the 2017 Blessing or who purchased a Kia’i (ti leaf protection charm) at Hawaii Doggie Bakery, please bring them to this year’s blessing, for proper disposal. Or, if you wish to do it yourself, you may either take them to the sea or forest and return them to nature.
TRANSLATING YOUR PET’S MESSAGE
Five-Part Talk Series at The Public Pet
Eileen will be speaking at The Public Pet about Animal Communication in a 5 part series starting Wednesday, February 7. The purpose of this talk is to share information on animal communication in an informal setting. The goal is to provide attendees with a chance at bettering the human-animal bond between pet parent/guardian and their pet.
Each session will consist of 30-minutes of interactive talk, followed by 30-minutes of demonstration with pets and/or questions from the audience. These talks are separated into five parts:
Month #1 – Introduction to animal communication
Month #2 – How animal communication can help if the pet has health issues
Month #3 – How animal communication can help if the pet has behavioral issues
Month #4 – How animal communication can help with senior pet/end of life issues (and animals in the afterlife)
Month #5 – How animal communication can help with lost pet issues
Each session will be held on the first Wednesday of every month from 6:30 – 7:30 pm at The Public Pet (3422 Waialae Avenue, between 8th and 9th Avenues). The fee for each participant is $30 and will include a snack. There will also be a one-time 20% discount (good for that day only) for products purchased at The Public Pet. Please register through The Public Pet website. Registration will also be accepted at the door.
INTRODUCTION TO ANIMAL COMMUNICATION WORKSHOP
Saturday/Sunday, February 24 and 25
A second Introduction to Animal Communication Workshop is being scheduled on Saturday and Sunday, February 24 and 25 from 9 am – 3 pm at a private home in the Honolulu area. If you are interested in learning how to connect and communicate with animals, please email me at email@example.com for a information flier and registration form. Anyone can learn the process but it does take a commitment to continue practicing after the workshop, so a follow up program is also available. Here is a testimonial from one of the attendees of the first workshop:
“If you were ever curious about Animal Communication, this workshop is for you! Don’t worry, everyone can do it! The instructor, Eileen Abe will explain in plain English, step by step. All you have to have is an open mind & love of animals!” - Lena