Hello, I am an internationally operating, professional animal communicator with longterm experience and the very first German-speaking Certified Interspecies Translator at the Language of Miracles Institute by Amelia Kinkade, bestselling book author and known as the most celebrated animal communicator in the world. www.languageofmiraclesinstitute.com
I'm also educated in mediumship, trance, trance healing and hypnotherapy and investing a considerable amount of my time in continuous practice, workshops and further education.
Eye opening experience
When I first read an article about Amelia Kinkade a few years back, I had an eye opening experience. Through interspecies conversation, she was able to deliver so much stunning evidence about the journalists cat, that I was absolutely blown away and had to immediately get her books "Straight from the Horse's mouth"and "Language of Miracles", also known as THE standard works for animal communication.
A few months later, I sat in Amelia Kinkade's only workshop in Switzerland and learned how to exchange information with the animal kingdom myself. Be it a dog or a cat, a snake or a cow, a horse or an elephant, a goat or an ant - the ability to hear their voices and feel their emotions has changed my life forever, and filled it up with an endless amount of JOY and happiness.
A magical world
Galupa is my spiritual nickname. It means "magic" to me, and it goes without saying that Galupasworld is therefore my magical world.
Every new customer at Galupasworld makes me incredibly happy! The fact that people are interested in their animals personalities, sensitivities and feelings proofs after all, that they are acknowledging and respecting them, which, unfortunately, is still not something all too common yet.
When I first travelled to Africa with Amelia Kinkade in 2013, people and animals were (and still are) mercilessly fighting for resources and territories all over the place. We met a small group of completely exhausted elephants, whose matriarch had been brutally killed by farmers, because she had been eating from an old mango tree, which the farmers claimed to be theirs. "The farmers didn't need the mangos in order to survive", complained the elephants towards us, "but we did!" They weren't telling lies. On our way back to camp, we saw the farmers children selling mangos on the roadside. They were not hungry. They were just aiming to earn money with the fruits.
So, as long as we will not naturally allow animals to have better rights, I will be devoting my life being their ambassador, helping to create awareness, specifically for THEIR point of view. Not only in Africa, but also on farms in our own countries, in our own forests and in our own homes. It fills me with the utmost gratitude to be able to experience again and again, how much wisdom and unconditional love they have to share and what an honor it is for us humans, to be allowed to co-exist alongside them on this beautiful planet.