Introduction to Animal Communication

with Jane de Forest

We know our dogs, cats and horses are brilliant, but how can we get through the human/animal barrier? Does Rex like his food? Is he happy? Where did he bury the car keys?

In this three hour workshop, you will learn to translate non-human information through art, images and feelings. Bring pet photos/collars, an open mind and you’ll be pleasantly surprised how easy it is!

April 3, 2019

2-5pm in the Art Cabin

Cost:  $35/door


Jane’s pro bono & community volunteer work includes; facilitating communication for children with special needs, her “save the bees” project in Equator,  and locally, translating for big cats (tiger, leopard, cougar & lion) at a local sanctuary and Director of Portland, IANDS (International Assoc. Near-Death Studies).

Jane has donated time teaching her children’s art, mindfulness and creativity curriculum art in schools for 10 years. She is a devoted mother, wife, daughter, gardener, and beekeeper who loves hiking, music and living in the Pacific Northwest.

To find out more about Jane, please visit:


"Jane de Forest’s work is absolutely lovely. Artists have so much to contribute to our effort of making this a better world, for art speaks to the inner self.”  ~  Jane Goodall, Ph.D.  Author of In the Shadow of Man and founder of the Jane Goodall Institute


“Jane is a deep soul, and her intuitive consultations are helpful and deeply intimate. I feel safe with her, and confident in her ability to connect with those ‘other’ energies that have so much good guidance to offer those of us still here learning on Mother Earth.”  ~  New York Times Bestselling Author, Susan Chernak, Animals as Teachers and Healers.

"When a friend referred me to Jane, I didn’t know what to expect, but because I was in such a deep state of grief over the death of my dog, I was willing to try anything. I liked her from the moment I met her and was surprised that Jane was able to tell me detailed information about my dog Max’s injuries. This was the kind of information she could only have gotten if she had read the results of the necropsy that followed his death. My session with Jane gave me peace and a path forward, something I would have struggled to find without her help."   Anna Latrell,  Max’s human 

 About Jane de Forest :

 Jane is an Artist, Intuitive, Author, and Animal Communicator.  With her intuitive art technique, Jane often draws exact renderings, and translates meaningful messages from people & animals who are in the Afterlife. In her sessions, and “Message From Beyond” gallery readings, Jane accesses factual information about people & places at distant locations (and times), called “remote viewing”.

Jane has done intuitive sessions with personal, animal and business clients for 20 years. As a professional artist, Jane has painted murals and personal canvases and her artwork is in collections all over the world, including in hose of Martin Sheen & Jane Goodall. 

 As an author, Jane’s richly illustrated book (co-illustrator Tara de Forest): Love Never Dies-A Psychic Artist Illustrates True Stories Of The Afterlife, has been well received and recognized with three awards.

 Jane studied at Rhode Island School of Design and with Lakota Shaman; with Buddhist teachers; master psychic, Louise Hauck and has journeyed to sacred sites in Peru, Bali, and Egypt. 

 Her current Workshops include: “I Knew You Were Going To Say That-The Science Of Practical Intuition,” “Nurturing Intuition-A Workshop For Kids & Their Grown-Ups,” “Message From Beyond-Afterlife Communication” and “Introduction To Animal Communication-Breaking The Inter-Species Code.”


Everyone has the ability to communicate with animals, it just takes a little practice like playing the piano. 

You don't have to be Dr. Doolittle to find out what your cat is saying—the truth is we communicate with our pets all the time—often without realizing it. Although animals don't speak English, they perceive and transmit information in a variety of powerful and accurate ways—their survival depends on it.  By definition we ourselves are animals, so it would stand to reason that we are imbued with this same knowledge as every other living thing on the planet. 

The natural world has a myriad of languages that animal-beings utilize: visual light ranges, audio ranges, heat sensing and electro-magnetic signatures—many outside of the range of human detection. Our closest companions, the dog and cat, can collect extensive information through their super-sensitive noses, sometimes even detecting cancer. 

 Koko the Gorilla used over 1,000 individual American Sign Language words to communicate observations, requests and even insults (she called her handler a “toilet”). There are many documented cases where horses and dogs have traversed great distances in search of their owners. 

 Bees are positively charged, which naturally attracts then to a flower’s negative charge, also causing the pollen to adhere to the bees’ little legs. With their huge feet, elephants can hear extremely low frequency communications from other elephants over great distances through the ground. Dung beetles in south Africa use the Milky Way galaxy to roll dung balls in the straight line. Birds use the crisscrossing electromagnetic grid of the earth, called ley-lines, to navigate thousands of miles each year. 

 Join Jane for this 3 hour animal communication workshop and learn how to move into your right brain and cultivate the intuitive terrain necessary to understand what your beloved, four legged friend is telling you. You will leave with tools to practice deciphering your animal’s communications, a better understanding of what is “real” information and mere projection and have fun meeting other animal lovers.