Happy Hour Radio, March 20, 2008
ANIMAL COMMUNICATION - is it really possible?
Have you ever wondered if you could communicate with animals?
Is there a way to understand what your dog, cat, horse, and even wild animals are thinking and feeling?
You can tap into the universal language of all species through telepathic communication with animals.
Communicating with animals telepathically throughout her life, Penelope Smith discovered in 1971 that animals could be relieved of emotional traumas and other problems through the same counseling techniques that helped humans. The training and experience that have contributed to her success are her educational background, with bachelor's and master's degrees in the social sciences; years of training and experience in human counseling, nutrition, and holistic body energy balancing methods; research into animal nutrition, anatomy, behavior, and care; plus the firsthand education from the thousands of animals she has contacted.
Sandi C. Shore, MsD. Doctor of Comedy, trained in Metaphysics.
Raised in Beverly Hlls, CA Shore is the daughter of legendary comedian Sammy Shore (Elvis's opening act), Mitzi Shore, (Comedy Store owner) and sister to comedian Pauly Shore... She currently resides in San Diego, CA with her collie dogs.
The Comedy Store, was established in 1972... and so began the comedy revolution. The Store has produced such comedy greats as Robin Williams, David Letterman, Rosanne Barr, Jim Carrey, and Sam Kinison, just to name a very few.
After years of observing and coaching, Shore established the first stand up comedy workshop in 1992 at UCLA... and has been conducting workshops ever since.....'Not everyone wants a career in standup, but the tools learned from the craft are for everyone. The nice thing about comedy, is not to change a thing about yourself..in fact, the idea is to be yourself..only a lighter version.'
After taking the workshop, many of Shore's students have gone on fulfill their dreams, both in business and in their personal lives.
Most recently class alumni, Vicki Barbolak won 'Funniest Mom in America' a TV show hosted by comedian Roseanne Barr... Shore says, 'What matters most are the little things in life that no one sees but you ..like courage, self confidence, and self esteem."
The San Diego Union Tribune calls Shore 'A distinguished professor of laughs, a dean of humor.'