Connecting with the Sacred in Animals, Nature and You
January 10, 2011
Billie Dean's Animal Whispers
Billie Dean's Animal Whispers

 Greetings!

I woke up this morning with unexplained tears and realised I was tapping into the animals suffering in the floods in Australia.  The dead, the dying, the stranded, the frightened.  And that includes the cattle (not good swimmers) and sheep, and wildlife as well as those domestic animals who were abandoned or swept away. 

There is an enormous need for support, and it's frustrating because while the rain continues, the stranded are largely cut off.  They need our help.  The veil is thin between the worlds and a collective call for spiritual help could ease the situation, especially if we focus on Divine Love and Forgiveness in our prayers.  Please join me tomorrow (Tuesday) night at 8.30 pm (Sydney time) for a free prayer circle call, during which we can gather together to pray, meditate, visualise and send Divine Love and Harmony together.  Details on my web site, or you can go straight to the registration page.

If you want to help out, there are some suggestions below for how you can assist with compassionate flood action of a more earthly nature.  Also below are some animals in urgent need of fostering or a forever home.  Please, please forward this email out and about to your friends to save lives and support the flood effort.   Thank you!!  MUCH GRATITUDE!!!!

Tomorrow is another auspicious day, so is a good day for us to gather in meditation.   According to Soluntra King, on January 11, 2011:

"A doorway is opening to allow us to be more easily aware of the connection we have to our more unified aspects that encompass our family of light, and the union of our souls. As we come together on the physical plane to work now consciously with each other, where as before it was more just on the inner planes. Now as the dimensions merge and we experience full integration of matter and spirit within our bodies as they transform into the higher octaves of light that has always been your divine inheritance
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Meanwhile, here in the southern tablelands of NSW, the black cockatoos continue to cry heralding the rain that has been forecast for the rest of the week.  I'm not worried about us at all -- except I think a quick trip to town for extra supplies is in order this afternoon!  And it does mean that we are still waiting for the farrier and the shearer.  Poor Sarah the sheep is still wearing her winter fleece, due off today, but cancelled once again.  We have trimmed her ourselves a bit -- with kitchen scissors -- for which she was richly rewarded with a dish of oats. (We do have hand shears, but prefer the scissors!)

And the little goats have settled in very well but don't like going out in the wet so the house has become a wonderful playground ( uh oh)  Think goats -- wonderful beings who like to leap and dance and twirl and jump up on things!!  Today, balancing two of these kids on my lap, one helped herself to my berry smoothie.  She looked a bit red-faced afterwards. (grin)

And remember the community announcements down at the bottom. Interesting bits, as aways.

To all the people and animals affected by the rains -- our prayers and blessings are with you.  

Looking forward to the call tomorrow (Tuesday) night, and in the meantime, pray for balance and send Divine Love to the affected areas.

With love and light and many blessings,
Billie 
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How You Can Help Those in Need
Community Page, Compassionate Action and Links
Earthkeeper's Intensive Retreat
Dr. Melissa Shelton and Using Oils for Animals
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Information about the Flooding, and How You Can Help

Here are some ways you might be able to help animals in need due to the flooding.

The Qld RSPCA  has asked for foster carers to take care of animals who have lost their homes. This article from Horsezone describes some of the horse rescues that have happened as of yesterday (Sunday), and there are contact details at the bottom for people who can help out with fostering in the Rockhampton area.  This article talks about efforts around Bundaberg, and mentions that the Qld RSPCA has set up a flood appeal, and is taking donations.  And this article from the West Australian talks about some of the rescue efforts that have been made, as well as some of the lives lost.

Wildcats, who tame and rehome wild cats in Queensland, needs urgent help this week. Barb is out of food and funds, and the cats keep coming.  These gorgeous beings need our support.  Please see their site for their fundraising needs.  Wildcats is a registered charity, and you can email Barbara, if you would like their EFT details or more information.

Victoria Ferguson is also organising a private effort to support affected animals, and has some key people to help her in Queensland.  It is early days, but she is focussing on trying to get things that are needed to those who need it.  As she emailed me:

The big problem with the floods is that it is still virtually impossible to get things to where they need to go, so at this stage I am in the process of setting up a collection point in Brisbane area and also trying to get donations of transport, the things that are needed are of course products especially those to treat greasy heel, rain scald and insect bites, insect repellent, I have only contacted natural product people for these things at this stage, also feed supplements, as to try to transport feed from any great distance will be left at this stage, also anyone who has horse gear that they no longer use but must be serviceable, such as rugs, halters, flyveils, anything at all really, and of course cash, which I think could be used to buy feed.


She wants to make sure goods, medicines, and gear get to the right hands to help animals in need.  As we all do.  If you'd like to give her an expression of interest to help out as her plans unfold, please drop her an email.


Community Page, Compassionate Action and Interesting Links

Thanks to Heike for pointing us to this inspiring video showing horses being rescued from a flood in the Netherlands in 2006. I saw it years ago but it always makes me cry and reminds me that humans can be so good -- humans can be extraoridinary. 

 And while you are enjoying videos, you might like to watch this one about Edgar's Mission.

You heard that bees have been dying, but did you know that it appears that this has been caused by a particular group of toxic chemicals?  Avaaz.org is running a global Bee Emergency petition, calling for the immediate ban the use of neonicotinoid pesticides.  

Toni is trying to find a home for a "a delightful, gorgeous little girl kitten here who needs a safe and fun home. She is 12 weeks old and is grey and white. Her temperament is sweet and playful."  Toni is in the Canberra area.

And just as we are about to send this out, we get an email from Voiceless, about kangaroo "harvesting" (don't you just love that word?):

THINKK, the think tank for kangaroos, based at the University of Technology Sydney and supported by Voiceless, released two reports late last year examining the killing of kangaroos in Australia.


Each year over three million kangaroos are 'harvested' and over a million joeys are killed as part of the commercial industry.  This is the largest land-based slaughter of wildlife in the world.

The reports, titled "Advocating kangaroo meat: towards ecological benefit or plunder?" and "Shooting our wildlife: An analysis of the law and policy governing the killing of kangaroos", conclude that:

    • emerging science indicates that kangaroos are not pests;
    • over 20 years of harvesting kangaroos has had no demonstrable environmental benefit;
    • increased consumption of kangaroo meat by humans is likely to place kangaroo populations at risk;
    • State governments once treated kangaroos as agricultural pests yet today they are treated as a resource;
    • the current law is a form of legalised cruelty.

Please download the reports by following this link.  http://www.voiceless.org.au/About_Us/Misc/THINKK_the_think_tank_for_kangaroos.html

For additional information about THINKK, please visit their website at http://thinkkangaroos.uts.edu.au.


Finally,  just in under the wire, Raelene sent us information about some dogs in the Queanbeyan who need your help:  Please, please, please forward this out to your friends and lets get these guys safe.

Queanbeyan Pound DogNo .285 white male large crossbreed approx 6-9 months old (VERY URGENT)

Very responsive and sensitive to handler so would make an excellent student at dog training. Did well on lead considering he only knows sit. Loves cuddles and more than happy to be handled. He allowed being guided into sit.  He will mature into a large dog and is gangly and looks like he needs to 'grow' into his legs. Great natured friendly boy who is good with other dogs and loves people.     


Queanbeyan Pound DogNo.297 bully/cattledog male approx 3-4 years old (URGENT)

This boy seems to be a gentle, calm dog who was happy to be handled and loved a cuddle. He was good when meeting another female dog. He's a handsome dog mostly looking like a bull terrier with a cattledog coat!


Queanbeyan Pound DogNo.298 amstaff/mastiff x approx 1 year old (URGENT)

This fellow seemed to be friendly and calm when we got him out of his run. He was happy to be guided into a sit. He was happy to be patted and handled and overall seemed a friendly, calm boy. He had a friendly interaction with a lovely staffy type girl. He has a gorgeous light tan coloured coat with 'tiger' markings, a very handsome boy.


For further information about these dogs, please contact the Queanbeyan Pound on 6285 6269. Queanbeyan Pound is open Monday to Friday from 8.30am-10.00am and then again from 4.00pm-5.00pm.  On Saturdays - 1.00pm-5.00pm.


And:

A dear 13 year old blind staffy is looking for a kind, loving home for a period of 2 years.  The owners have just departed for a posting in the US and their girl requires a single dog home with little to no stairs due to her limited vision and some arthritis.  She would require a home where she could come inside.  The owners are prepared to pay for upkeep and veterinary bills for her care. Should you live in the Canberra or surrounding NSW area and are able to assist this girl, please contact Raelene on 02 6299 5272.


And:

BonnieBonny, after losing her devoted owner, has been in kennels for some time and really needs a loving family and normal life of her own.


Brains and Beauty: Bonny 

Sex: Female

Age: About 3 and a half  years old  

Breed: Staffy X Kelpie

Size: Medium

Activity Level:  Medium-high

Description:   Bonny is a lovely girl who has a very sad and unfortunate story as to how she has been separated her from her devoted and loving owner.  Bonny is a happy dog who loves people and quickly makes friends with them - her warm, outgoing nature and attractive looks make her a general favourite with everyone she meets.  Bonny travels well in the car and has had some basic obedience training.  Bonny previously lived as only dog on a farm where she was allowed inside and would be fine as an only dog provided she had plenty of human company, but would also enjoy the company of a doggie friend. Bonny is an active dog who enjoys exercise and playing games but she is also happy to just hang out with her family and enjoy their company.   


Bonny is currently fostered with ACT Rescue and Foster (www.fosterdogs.org) microchipped, desexed, C5 vaccinated, wormed and available for $300 (incl GST).  If you would like to meet Bonny, please contact Hilarie on 6287 4670 or 0438 874 670.


Earthkeeper's Intensive Retreat, February 4-9, 2011

I've left this in this newsletter as a reminder.  The class is filling up, and it is going to be a fantastic one.  If you are thinking about coming, please let us know as soon as possible, so we can secure a spot for you.  Space is limited.

My first live teaching event for 2011 is an Earthkeeper's Intensive, which will take place here in beautiful Braidwood, NSW from February 4 - 9.  This is the course where you receive all nine rites of the Munay Ki, and it includes a lot of shamanic and personal work and healing and fun!  I hope you can join me here for this, as I only do one or so of these every year (the last one was last April).  The details are here on my web site, where you will also find a flyer, participant's information sheet, and course registration form. 

Look forward to seeing you here in Braidwood!
sheltonDr. Melissa Shelton and Using Oils for Animals

This, too, is left in as a reminder, as I hope you will be able to join us for this event.


This is the information about the Dr. Melissa Shelton tour in February.  I can't wait to learn more about the Young Living oils and animals.  If you have been with me for a while, you'll know I think they are fabulous and effective. I have booked into the Saturday, Sunday and Monday Brisbane classes, as well as the Canberra evening.  I think this is going to be nothing short of brilliant, and I hope to see you there.   Just today I gave Dusty a Raindrop Technique session using a variety of oils, and, our Appaloosa with Cushings got Di-Gize and Lemongrass and Frankincense in her morning herbs. 


So please join me and learn how you can use these amazing oils on your animals as well.  Note that when you book, it asks you if you are already a Young Living customer.  If you are not yet, then simply fill in the blank saying you heard about it from me.  And if you do sign up, drop me a note to let me know.


Note that if you book for at least one course by tomorrow (January 7th),  they'll throw in a free bottle of Frankincense.  This is one of my favourite oils, as it is great for all "dirty blood" conditions.  I like it, for example, as part of an anti-cancer routine, along with the oils Lemongrass, Orange and Lemon.


Note also you can book directly using the Book Now links below.  Also, you need to book each class separately.


Here's all the info. If you have problems, please let me know.


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In February we have Dr. Melissa Shelton, renowned US vet, coming to Australia to teach us about natural animal care using essential oils. Full details appear below. Book and pay by 7th Jan 2011 to receive a FREE 5ml bottle of Frankincense oil (retail value approx. $55). If you would like copies of our printed or email flyer on the event, please let us know.

 

 

Natural Animal Care using Essential Oils - the Dr. Melissa Shelton Tour is announced!!!!

 

Hi Friends, I am soooo excited to announce the dates of Dr. Melissa Shelton's Australian Tour (QLD, VIC, NSW, ACT). Please put the dates aside in your diary, and tell your friends! Dr. Melissa Shelton is a USA-based holistic vet, who specialises in the emotional and medical treatment of animals using Young Living's therapeutic-grade essential oils.....and she's having awesome results!!! She's also a wonderful and engaging speaker, with an enormous amount of knowledge to share with us. Dr. Shelton will be visiting Australia to teach us how to use essential oils in the care and treatment of our animals.

 

A summary of the events are as follows (scroll down for full details). Everyone is welcome - please help spread the word!!! Also note below our special offer from Young Living - a FREE 5ml bottle of Frankincense oil (retail value approx. $55) for everyone who books and pays by 7th January 2011.

 

QLD

S Evening Workshop: Thurs 17th Feb - Sunshine Coast (Maroochydore) - 6pm to 9.30pm. $50 if paid in full by 31st Jan, otherwise $75 full price. (Everyone welcome!) Book now
S Equine ClinicSat 19th Feb - Brisbane (Thornlands) - 9am to 5pm. $95 if paid in full by 31st Jan, otherwise $150 full price. (Everyone welcome!) Book now
S Animal ClinicSun 20th Feb - Brisbane  (Bardon) - 9am to 5pm. $95 if paid in full by 31st Jan, otherwise $150 full price. (Everyone welcome!) Book now
S Advanced Animal ClinicMon 21st Feb - Brisbane (Bardon) - 9am to 1pm. $80 if paid in full by 31st Jan, otherwise $120 full price. Book now (Advanced animal clinics are available to all vets, practitioners, and industry professionals.)

 
ACT

S Evening Workshop: Tue 22nd Feb - Canberra (CBD) - 6.30pm to 10.00pm. $50 if paid in full by 31st Jan, otherwise $75 full price. (Everyone welcome!) Book now

 
VIC

S Evening Workshop: Thurs 24th Feb - Castlemaine - 6.30pm to 10.00pm. $50 if paid in full by 31st Jan, otherwise $75 full price. (Everyone welcome!) Book now
S Equine ClinicSat 26th Feb - Mornington Peninsula - 9am to 5pm. $95 if paid in full by 31st Jan, otherwise $150 full price.  (Everyone welcome!) Book now
S Animal Clinic: Sun 27th Feb - Melbourne  (Box Hill) - 9am to 5pm. $95 if paid in full by 31st Jan, otherwise $150 full price. (Everyone welcome!) Book now
S Advanced Animal ClinicMon 28th Feb - Melbourne (Box Hill) - 9am to 1pm. $80 if paid in full by 31st Jan, otherwise $120 full price. Book now (Advanced animal clinics are available to all vets, practitioners, and industry professionals.)

 
NSW

S Evening Workshop: Tues 1st March - Sydney (CBD) - 6.30pm to 10.00pm. $50 if paid in full by 31st Jan, otherwise $75 full price. (Everyone welcome!) Book now

 

We have chosen to keep these costs extremely reasonable, and for that reason you will need to BYO food, drink and snacks to the events. Please also note that there are no additional discounts for students or for multiple bookings.

 

Super Early Bird Special: book and pay by 7th Jan 2011 and receive a FREE 5ml bottle of Frankincense oil (retail value $55)

If you pay in full by 7th Jan 2011, you will receive a FREE 5ml bottle of Frankincense oil (retail value approx. $55) when you attend the event. We thank Young Living for their generous support of this event!!! If you attend more than one event, please note  that the Frankincense oil special is capped at one free bottle per person (not per event).

 

Help us spread the word!!!

If you can assist us in any way with advertising or promoting this event, please let us know. We also have a full colour flyer for the event, which you can use for promotion purposes. Please let us know if you'd like a copy emailed to you.   Just use Billie's name as a referrer.

 

To order essential oils on the day

Young Living will be offering some superb product specials at each event, so it's very likely that you will want to order some oils and other animal products at the event. To make ordering on the day easy, you will need to set up a customer/member number with Young Living prior to the event. This is simple, and costs nothingClick here for a step-by-step guide. If you need assistance with this, please let us know. We'll just need to know who has introduced you to our beautiful oils and events.


Special Offer: Receive a free "Deep Relief" essential oil Roll-On!!! (RRP $42.11)
If you are attending one of Dr. Melissa Shelton's events, and:

         You've never ordered before from Young Living, or

         Your first order (or reactivation) took place on or after 15th November 2010


Then Young Living would like to welcome you to the wonderful world of high quality essential oils. When you attend Dr. Melissa Shelton's event, you will receive a FREE Deep Relief essential oil roll-on (retail value $42.11). Limit of one special offer per person (not per event). If more than one person from a single Young Living membership attends, the limit is one free gift per membership.  


The Raindrop Association of Australia proudly presents:
The Dr. Melissa Shelton Tour
Natural Animal Care using Essential Oils
 
 

The Power of Essential Oils in Animal Care 
Essential oils are often described as the "life force" of the plant. They comprise very small molecules, which act like haemoglobin to transport oxygen and nutrients through the plant, and remove toxins and wastes. They are also the natural "artillery" of the plant, possessing powerful anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-tumoral, and anti-inflammatory properties. It's no wonder that sick animals have often found healing by eating certain plants. Yet the essential oil, in its concentrated form (ie. once it has been extracted from the plant), is much more powerful than herbs. A very small amount can have an almost instant effect, quickly penetrating the skin to be absorbed into the blood stream and cells. At the same time, the aroma of the oil can exert a powerful balancing effect on the limbic region of the brain (the centre of emotions), helping to calm and de-stress both animals and humans alike.

 

There are many different types of essential oil, each with their own unique qualities. Vetiver is very stilling and calming to an overactive mind, and has been used by Dr. Terry Friedman (M.D.) in his research into ADD/ADHD in children. Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea tree oil) is highly antiseptic. It can be used on open wounds, and has been studied by Dr. Eugene Sherry at the University of Sydney for its effects on MRSA. Lavender oil has been used in hospitals and aged care facilities, because of its calming effects. Many patients report a lowering in agitation, and greatly improved sleep patterns when Lavender oil has been diffused. And www.pubmed.com will provide you with numerous research experiments currently underway for Frankincense oil and cancer. This includes research by Dr. Jaime Matta into the effects of Frankincense oil on breast cancer, and research by Dr. H. K Lin into Frankincense oil and bladder cancer. Frankincense oil has also made its way into Vet medicine, with studies on its anti-tumoral effects in horses (where it is injected into the tumors).

 

With such encouraging results, it's no wonder that essential oils and aromatic medicine are finding their way into Australian Vet practices and general animal care, as a method of treatment, and also in conjunction with other modalities such as acupuncture,  chiropractic, kinesiology, massage, bowen, and animal training.


BYO Food, Snack and DrinksRemember - these are non-catered events. A limited range of food outlets are available at  the Equine Clinic venues. For all other events, we recommend that you bring your own food, snacks and bottled water, as not all venues have food outlets nearby.  

About the Events:
 

Equine Clinics - 9am to 5pm

Brisbane (Sat 19th Feb) - Pine Lodge Equestrian Park - 84-112 Taylor Rd, Thornlands

Mornington Peninsula (Sat 26th Feb) - Treehaven Equestrian Club - 53 Western Port Hwy, Somerville

Basics: Why essential oils work so quickly on horses; the importance of quality
Methods: How to administer oils to your horse - orally, topically, diffusion
Emotions: De-stressing and balancing emotions in horses using essential oils
Dr. Vet: Common equine diseases/problems and how to address these problems using essential oils
Demos: Q&A sessions, Raindrop for horses, demos, videos and more
Performance horses: Boosting immunity, drug testing, enhancing performance
Early bird special: $95 if paid by 31st Jan 2011; Regular price $150

 

 

Animal Clinics - 9am to 5pm:

Brisbane (Sun 20th Feb) - Mercy Place, 371 Simpsons Rd, Bardon

Melbourne (Sun 27th Feb) - The Tudor Box Hill - 1101 Whitehorse Road, Box Hill

 

The focus of this workshop is primarily on small animals (cats, dogs, birds, etc.)
Basics: Why essential oils work so quickly on animals; the importance of quality
Methods: Cats, Dogs, Birds, other animals: How to administer oils to each animal

Emotions: Helping animals release trauma and balance emotions using essential oils
Dr. Vet: Common animal diseases/problems and how to address these problems using essential oils
Demos: Q&A sessions, Raindrop for dogs, demos, videos and more
Early bird special: $95 if paid by 31st Jan 2011; Regular price $150

 

 

Advanced Animal Clinics - 9am to 1pm:

Brisbane (Mon 21st Feb)  - Mercy Place, 371 Simpsons Rd, Bardon

Melbourne (Mon 28th Feb) - The Tudor Box Hill - 1101 Whitehorse Road, Box Hill

 

Open to all vets, practitioners and industry professionals
Chemistry: The why/how of essential oils, and their physiological effects
Protocols: How to construct in-depth essential oil protocols for treating disease
Fast Track your learning: Multiple case studies - bring details of your toughest cases!!!!
Advanced: Advanced methods of treatment using essential oils
Early bird special: $80 if paid by 31st Jan 2011; Regular price $120

 

 

Evening Classes: 6.30pm to 10pm (except Maroochydore 6pm to 9.30pm)

Maroochydore (Thurs 17th Feb) - Millwell Rd Community Centre, 11A Millwell Rd East, Maroochydore

Canberra (Tues 22nd Feb) - Rydges Canberra Lakeside, 1 London Circuit, Canberra City (Planetary Room)

Castlemaine (Thurs 24th Feb) - Buda Historic Home & Garden, 42 Hunter St, Castlemaine

Sydney (Tues 1st March) - SMC Conference and Function Centre, 66 Goulburn St, Sydney (Corinthian Room)

Covering a wide range of animals - exotics, birds, cats, dogs, horses, and more....
Basics: Safe use of essential oils on your animals, and the importance of quality
Applications: Diffusing, spritzing, neat versus diluted application, use with medications
Toxic Chemicals: Their effects on your pets, and safe alternatives
Working with common ailments: ear infections, skin allergies, abscesses, injuries, arthritis, hairballs, cancer, colic/laminitis/founder/QLD itch
Early bird special: $50 if paid by 31st Jan 2011; Regular price $75



Reminders:
 
Our Cancellation policy

v  Because of the non-profit nature of this event, we regret that we are unable to give refunds or credits should you need to cancel for any reason. You are welcome to transfer your registration to a different event in the Dr. Melissa Shelton tour, or to nominate another lucky person to attend in your place. Please advise us of their details, and their Young Living customer/member number.

v  A tax invoice/receipt will be posted or emailed to you upon receipt of your payment. Thank you!

 

Never ordered from Young Living before? Here's how to set up a customer number
There is no cost to do this - it's a simple process. First of all - please contact the person who kindly sent you this email for assistance (as you will need their ID number to put in the "enroller" field). Then just go to www.youngliving.com.au and click on "member sign-up" in the very top right corner of the website. Click on option #2 (Become a member now), and select retail customer. Then fill out the required name, address and password fields, and you will receive your very own customer number (which simply gives you the option to order on the day if you wish). If you need help, please email us for assistance at book@raindrop.com.au.
 
 
How to Book for the Dr. Melissa Shelton Australian tour:
 
Book Online
Please book online using our secure booking service. You can choose credit card or wire transfer (which means direct deposit) as your payment method for online bookings. You need to make a separate online booking for each event. Simply click on the "book now" button next to the event list which appears at the top of this email.

If you pay by direct deposit (wire transfer) 

Because of the sheer volume of bookings expected and the importance of tracking payments received we ask that you only make payment into our bank account if you (a) Include your full name on the transaction (ie. you must pay using internet transfer, not from your local bank branch) and put your full name in the field that reads "this will appear on the receiver's statement" AND (b) Email us as soon as you complete the transaction to book@raindrop.com.au advising the date and amount of the payment, your full name, address, email address, contact phone number, Young Living member number and the date and name of the event. If you pay for more than one person, please email us the details for each person attending.

Bank account details: BSB 033 241 Account #: 164 381 Account name: The Raindrop Association of Australia


If you are not able to book online or by direct deposit

We appreciate you booking online, as this streamlined booking system will send you out all your confirmations and invoices automatically, and it will help keep us to keep admin costs to a minimum. However, if you encounter difficulties with the online booking system, please don't hesitate to email our course coordinator at book@raindrop.com.au or phone 0423 578 995. Please don't include your credit card details in the email - instead, provide your name and phone number for our course coordinator to contact you to collect your credit card details.

 

For payment by cheque or money order

To pay by cheque or money order, post your cheque/money order made payable to "The Raindrop Association of Australia" to PO Box 555, Maryborough Vic 3465. Please include your full name, address, email address, contact phone number, Young Living member number and the date and name of the event. If you pay for more than one person, please include these details for each person attending. Funds must be cleared by the early bird cut-off date in order for early bird prices to apply. Allow 4 working days for the cheque to reach us, and 3 working days for the funds to clear.


These events are an initiative of The Raindrop Association of Australia
Ph: 0423 578 995


Do You Have an Animal Whispers Community Announcement?

You've noticed that from time to time I include announcements  that I think might be of interest to readers.  If you have something that you think is relevant to the Animal Whispers community, email it to Andrew, and we'll have a look at it, and possibly include it.  Mark it "Animal Whispers Submission" in the subject line.

Billie Dean with Gypsy

Until next time! 

Warm blessings,
Billie, Andrew and Tamsin and all the animals here at Ballyoncree.

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