All Proceeds to Animal Charity
Donated to Speaker's Chosen Beneficiary
This inspired series is a volunteer initiative and part of my advocacy work to support you, help other animals, gather in like-minded and hearted community, build knowledge and connections, share resources, while raising awareness and funds for animal charities.
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Who is this for?
When is this series being offered?
This monthly series starts February 26th and features a different guest and topic through December 2022.
Is this series about animal communication?
While most guest speakers are animal or interspecies communicators the series topics and conversations are accessible to all animal lovers. No animal or interspecies communication required!
Do I need to come to the whole series?
Join for as many or as few events as you like. There's brilliant line up of guest speakers for you to meet and speak with!
How do I attend a Conversation?
We'll meet on Zoom. A 75 minute live Zoom meeting has been intentionally chosen (rather than a webinar) as it's more personal.
You'll need a Zoom account (it's free) which can be set up on any device (phone, computer, tablet). Please do this in advance! Zoom works best if you have a reliable internet connection, working video camera and microphone.
What happens during a Live Conversation?
Introduction: meet our guest speaker, hear about their topic and chosen animal charity beneficiary
Speaker topic: this may be offered as an interview, a presentation, or experiential exercise
Q&A: raise your digital hand (I'll share how) to ask our guest speaker a questions (or put it in the chat) - we'll do our best to get to as many questions as possible!
Wrap up: our guest speaker will share any current projects, news and offerings before we say goodbye and thank you!
I can't attend attend Live, will a recording be available?
Yes. Ticket holders will receive a follow-up email 24 hours following the live event, with a time sensitive recording link (valid for 72 hours) to access the recording and download it for future reference.
Website and social media links to the guest speaker (to access further resources), as well as link(s) to learn more about their chosen animal charity, will also be included.
What do tickets cost?
An event ticket is $25 CAD. Full proceeds from each event are donated to the guest speaker's animal charity of choice.
How many tickets are available?
To support small group conversation (our Q&A), a maximum of 20 tickets are available for each event in this series.
Full proceeds from each event will be donated to the guest speaker's chosen animal charity.
With each ticket purchase (until April 23, 2022) I'll donate a sapling, a tree that will be planted through
TreeSisters who've planted over 20 million trees.
What is Your Refund Policy?
Refunds are only available if I cancel, postpone, or reschedule a speaker to a different date.
Have A Question Not ANswered Here?
Laura Marjorie Miller
Animals as Teachers
Saturday, May 28th
from 1:00 - 2:15 pm (EDT)
(find your time zone here)
Our conversation will explore how and what we can learn from other animal species. Are there differences in our perception and life experiences? How does being in relationship with animals influence us? How do animals contribute to our personal growth and expand our reality? What can animals share with us to live on Earth more harmoniously and with greater wisdom? Laura and I will share some of our animal teacher stories, along with the gifts we've humbly received from our own animal families and animal clients (including animal rescue and wildlife).
Laura Marjorie Miller of O Best Beloved Animal Communication is a professional animal communicator. She achieved her certification through AnimalTalk Africa, an academy based in Cape Town. Laura chose the program for its inclusion of wild as well as domesticated animals - as she desires to be versatile and able to serve as many different kinds of animals as possible - and for its rigorous peer review and high code of ethics. Since then, Laura has worked with wild animals in sanctuaries around the globe, in addition to people’s beloved dogs, cats, and horses.
Beneficiary: Free Again Wildlife Rehabilitation
Free Again Wildlife Rehabilitation is dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of native wildlife in Southern Illinois, USA. Located in Carterville, Illinois, we serve all sick, injured, or orphaned wildlife, and are the only facility in Southern Illinois licensed to take in predator birds including Bald Eagles, owls and hawks. We are Southern Illinois's largest and only all species facility. For over three decades, we have opened our doors to any wildlife in need in the area, and in addition to larger animals, take in neighborhood bunnies, squirrels, racoons, birds and opossums, providing peace of mind to neighbors who encounter these animals when in need.
Missing and Lost Animals
Saturday, June 18th
from 1:00 - 2:15 pm (EDT)
(find your time zone here)
Our conversation will cover some of the commonly asked questions about missing and lost animals and learn what we can do in this situation. Is there a difference between lost and missing animals? Why do animal leave their homes or run away? What some of the reasons animals might not return home or be found? What can we do when our animal is missing? We'll also talk about how Tim uses map dowsing and pendulums in his work.
Tim Link is a best selling author, writer, speaker, nationally syndicated radio host, full-time animal communicator, consultant and missing/ lost animal expert. As part of his passion for helping animals, Tim has also mastered Reiki - an ancient art of energy healing - which he uses on animals.
Beneficiary: Ahimsa House
Ahimsa House (which is pronounced “uh-HIM-sah” and means “nonviolence” in Sanskrit) located in Tucker, Georgia, USA, was founded in 2004 by Emily Christie after she lost a pet to domestic violence. Up to 71% of victims entering domestic violence shelters report that their abusers threatened, injured, or killed the family pets. Ahimsa House became Georgia’s first and only organization dedicated to helping the human and animal victims of domestic violence reach safety together.
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