Thu, Jul 23|
Unity North Atlanta
Animal Soul Contracts · Talk · Love Offering
Tammy speaks at Unity North Atlanta’s monthly Body-Mind-Spirit gathering. Based on the findings shared in her book, Animal Soul Contracts, Tammy will reveal the higher purpose and soul mission behind our relationships with our animal companions.
Time & Location
Jul 23, 2020, 7:00 PM – Jan 28, 2021, 8:30 PM
Unity North Atlanta, 4255 Sandy Plains Rd, Marietta, GA 30066, USA
About the event
Tammy speaks at Unity North Atlanta’s monthly Body-Mind-Spirit gathering.
Animal lovers are keenly aware of the benefits people receive from their unconditional love and acceptance. An animal’s love can lower blood pressure and unleash a plethora of feel-good hormones in humans. They are masters at helping innumerable people feel loved and are great relievers of stress. Yes, animals are master healers. Sharing your life with an animal can be likened to being touched by an angel.
And yet…there is abundantly more to each animal’s evolutionary journey.
At the next Body, Mind & Spirit gathering, author and healer Tammy Billups will reveal the higher purpose and soul mission behind our relationships with our animal companions. She will share the different types of soul contracts that are created when a human bonds with an animal and shows how we come into each other’s lives for a reason.
Tammy will share extraordinary real-life examples of what can happen when you intentionally create a conscious partnership to evolve and heal alongside of your animal companions. By discovering the soul agreements in the heart of your animal partnerships, you can find meaning in the issues that arise with your animals and yourselves, support your souls’ mutual evolution, and allow the soul contracts to weave their spiritual magic in the animal-human relationship.
Unity North Atlanta’s Mission Statement: To recognize, demonstrate and share the Divinity in each of us.
Core Intention of the Body-Mind-Spirit Ministry: Sustain Wellness of Body, Mind and Spirit
Held in the Peace Chapel, downstairs at UNA. Open to the public.