The Animals iView, LLC
The Intuitive Immersion and Realignment Course
Part 1: Course Information
Academy Founder/Director Information
Founder/Director: Lizanne Flynn
Office Hours: M-F, 10am – 5pm
Office Telephone: 720-227-1099
Facilitator/Moderator: Lizanne Flynn
Office Hours: M-F, 10am – 5pm
Office Telephone: 720-227-1099
Immersing and Realigning Energy and Telepathic Communion within the Human Experience
- Commitment to self, curiosity, self-awareness, initiative, and a desire to experience joy
- Application submitted no later than 60 days before the start of the course
Textbook & Course Materials
Recommended Texts & Other Readings
- Internet connection (DSL, LAN, or cable connection desirable)
- Access to Zoom
- Word or other note-taking app to submit realignment summaries
Lecture/discussion twice a month via Zoom. Initial PowerPoint presentation to be ~1.5 hours in length, follow-up Zoom review to be ~ 1 hour in length. Immersion realignment summary to be submitted before the following week’s Zoom review.
Comfort with using online Google/interwebs resources as directed.
Part 2: Participant Learning Outcomes
At the end of this course the participant will be comfortable in doing the following:
- Shamanic journeying
- Use of body-centered intuitive skillset, i.e. clairvoyance, clairaudience, etc…., as an everyday ordinary reality tool
- Identification of mental and emotional “call and response” choices
- Ease and comfort in recognizing separate states of planetary experience and soul path
- Beginning proficiency in mediumship, medical intuition, and remote viewing
You will meet the objectives listed above through a combination of the following activities in this course:
- Attendance at all monthly and follow-up Zoom conferences
- Completion of all immersion realignments by the deadline
- Active participation in all Zoom conferences
Part 3: Topic Outline/Schedule
|The Greatest Contrast of All – Human Experience
|Identifying your Intuitive Channels
|Connecting with Universal Partners
|Gaining Clarity in All Intuitive Situations
|Coming Full Circle Between Dimensions
|Dual Citizenship Passports
|Unified Duality Part 1
|Unified Duality Part 2
|Leading by Following by Knowing Who You’re Following
|Metaphoric Translations of Intuitive Guidance
|The Power of Observation
|Comfort in the Uncomfortable: Remote Viewing and Mediumship
|More Comfort in the Wise Ones: Medical Intuition
Part 4: Course Completion Policy
Graded Course Activities
There are no traditional grades in this program. Your success will be your own and I will provide the scaffolding upon which you may lean while gaining comfort in your own experience. A grade of “A” to one of you will be different than an “A” to another of you. Release expectations of any outcomes so that you prepare yourself for anything to happen.
Late Work Policy
Be sure to pay close attention to deadlines—there will be no make-up realignment immersion summaries or quizzes, or late work accepted without a serious and compelling reason and facilitator/moderator approval.
Lizanne will provide Universal channeled observation within 48 business hours of receiving your immersion realignments and before the Zoom review conference. Attendees will respond to those questions/statements within 48 business hours of receiving them.
Part 5: Course Policies
Participants are expected to attend all sessions as listed on the course calendar.
During every Zoom conference individual participation will be monitored and noted. Equal participation from everyone is encouraged – even as (likely) HSPs. Facilitator and moderator may call upon participants to increase discussion dynamic.
If you find that you have any trouble keeping up with immersion realignments or other aspects of the course, make sure you let the course facilitator/moderator know as early as possible.
Complete Immersion Realignments
All immersion realignments for this course will be submitted electronically through email and Google docs unless otherwise instructed. Immersion realignments must be submitted by the given deadline or special permission must be requested from facilitator/moderator a minimum of 48 business hours before the due date.Extensions will not be given beyond the next due date except under extreme circumstances. Responses to channeled messages from course facilitator/moderator are due within 48 business hours after they are received.
Understand When You May Drop This Course
You may choose to not complete this program at any point in time. No refunds will be given.
Commit to Integrity
As a participant in this course, you are expected to maintain high degrees of professionalism, commitment to active learning and participation in this class as well as corresponding integrity in your behavior in and out of the classroom. The code of conduct to which your agreement is required is as follows:
- Demonstrate respect for all humans in this course energetically, verbally and through your actions.
- Be on time for all online gatherings.
- Refrain from blaming, justifying or defending anything to anyone in this course.
- Refrain from bullying or criticizing any human in this course, neutral disagreement is allowed and encouraged.
- Refrain from deliberately triggering comments to ensure a secure space for all participants.
- Refrain from consuming any alcoholic beverage or non-prescribed narcotic substances before or during online gatherings.
- Sexual harassment of any kind towards any human in this course.
- Refrain from wearing clothing of any kind that promotes human species hatred.
- Refrain from partial or full nudity during all online gatherings.
Academic Dishonesty Policy
I’ll know so don’t do it! 😉
- Academic dishonesty includes such things as cheating, inventing false information or citations, plagiarism and/or helping someone else commit an act of academic dishonesty. It usually involves an attempt by a participant to show possession of a level of knowledge or skill that he/she/they do not possess.
- Course facilitators and moderators have the initial responsibility for detecting and dealing with academic dishonesty. Facilitators and moderators who believe that an act of academic dishonesty has occurred are obligated to discuss the matter with the course founder and director and participant involved. Facilitators and moderators should possess reasonable evidence of academic dishonesty. However, if circumstances prevent consultation with participant(s), facilitators and moderators may take whatever action they deem appropriate.