About Clare Roper-Paris
Clare Roper-Paris, born in 1965, lives in Powys, Mid-Wales with her husband John having moved here from Devon shortly after rescuing two very young Dartmoor Cross foals.
“We already had two horses and didn’t have enough land to accommodate two more, so unwilling to re-home them into an unknown future – we decided to move. We share our home with horses, dogs, cats, ducks, chickens and bees as well as all the other creatures that have their home here!
I was a registered homeopath for over ten years and was a Mentor at one of the homeopathic schools for a number of years. My path then changed as I began to follow my love of animals and started to explore animal communication. Having had animals since an early age, they often helped me through difficult times, and I found myself increasingly drawn to explore the ways in which animals ‘seem’ to come into our lives at just the right time, or for a particular reason – often giving so much.
Having had horses for many years, I’ve long understood that they are great teachers. Over the years I’ve been challenged in so many ways to let go of what I thought I knew, to get out of my head, and to feel what the horse is saying. Lonesome my oldest horse is a master teacher and often helps students during my animal communication workshops and horse workshops.
Over the years I’ve given various talks about myth and as my journey into myth has deepened, I have found many times that it is incredibly insightful, holding much wisdom which speaks directly to the deepest part of us. My love of myth led me to explore it in relation to animals, Nature and the Sacred Feminine. It is a great tool to help us re-establish a more conscious, harmonious relationship between ourselves, our inner landscape and the world around us.
I have also been involved with healing practises for many years and give guidance for those who are called to this field especially in relation to their own inner healing and preparation for this work as well as how to navigate one’s way when one is called to combine animal/Nature communication and healing. I run a spiritual group for those who are ready to commit to their own spiritual development and unfoldment and who seek guidance, help and the support of like-minded people.
I love to paint, and am often inspired by the Celtic culture, the beautiful Welsh landscape, my animals, and by the Great Soul that connects us all.
Now, as well as enjoying my life here with all my lovely animal companions and nature, I bring my experiences with animal communication, myth, the spiritual path, healing and horses together, in order to help others build a deeper connection to their own animals, to their deepest most authentic Self and to the Sacred Feminine.”