Wow Whispering

6: Whales, Water & Wisdom with Anne Gordon de Barrigón

October 21, 2018

Guest Anne Gordon de Barrigón studied biology and worked as a zookeeper, trained animals for over 20 years for movies and TV, pioneered the whale watching industry in Panama, been running whale and dolphin wisdom retreats for 11 years. 

She created her Whale and Dolphin Wisdom Retreats to share her love of the dolphins, whales, the ocean and nature with others. 

She has seen how spending time with the dolphins and whales and learning their wisdom can transform lives gently and easily through simply being immersed in their loving energy. 

Please share a “Wow” 

Having my trained tiger attack and nearly kill one of my volunteers was a huge wake up call to me to start looking inward and doing major self healing and the beginning of my spiritual path.  

Please share a “Whisper” 

A male voice spoke within my head saying "he just wants to be close to you." about my little dog who was bothering me by walking right behind my feet and it frustrated me. That voice literally stopped me in my tracks to look at life from the perspective of others.  

What do you want listeners to know about you? 

That I am dedicated to their transformation through spending time with and sharing the wisdom of the dolphins and whales. My happiest day is out on the water with the dolphins and whales.  

Your Business or Profession or Organization or Project 

Whale and Dolphin Wisdom Retreats 

Listener Incentive or Special Offer 

Being Whale meditation 

A 20 minute guided meditation to meet Mother Humpback whale and merge with her.

www.beingwhale.com

Website

www.WhaleWisdomRetreats.com 

Social Media links

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anne.gordon.121 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/EmberaWhaletour

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/whalewisdom/ 

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Our Podcast PSA for this episode highlights The Gentle Barn, “The Gentle Barn rescues animals from severe abuse and neglect who are too old, sick, lame, or scared to be adopted into homes. Once rehabilitated, the animals help give hope and inspiration to children with the same stories.” 

Visit them online:

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