BFVEA Annual Gathering 2019 - Programme of event
Friday 22nd March
4.00 - Registration and tea
4.30 - Welcome from our Chair, Sara Turner
4.35 - 4.45 - Opening meditation with Ronnie Williams
4.45 - 4.55 - Jan Stewart - Remembering
5.00 - 5.45 - Linda Perry
Title: Celtic Moon Tree Essences
Summary: Celtic moon phases are the thirteen lunar cycles each of 28 days that follow through the Celtic wheel of the year. This wheel is a never-ending cycle (hence the word wheel) consisting of four solstice celebrations and four equinoxes celebrations to mark the seasons of the year. My talk is to share the birth and use of Celtic Moon Tree and Sound Essences, my personal practise and journey in working with these essences.
7.00 - 8.00 Dinner
8.15 - 9.45 AGM
Saturday 23rd March
9.00 - 9.10 Good morning - Jo Gough welcomes you to a fantastic day of presentations with a mini drumming session.
9.10 - 9.15 Essence choosing. Please check on the table in front of you for a prepared bottle of Spring Water and preservative and an explanation sheet which will help you prepare a personalised bottle of essences to take away with you. You have the rest of the day and tomorrow morning to complete your bottle of essences before Dawn holds a short session on your experiences.
9.20 - 10.20 - Ann Callaghan
Title: Essence making and business in the New World: The Beauty of Collaboration
Summary: In February of 2018 I was lucky enough to work with a group of essence makers and therapists as part of Sara Turner's Essentially Flowers Graduate Meeting. At the close of this magical weekend in France we co-created an essence called Dreaming in the New World. My talk this morning will focus on both the beauty of bringing in essences collaboratively and the excitement of developing a new way to share those essences with the world.
10.40 - 11.30 - Julie Bowman
Title: Essences created in the Weleda Gardens
Summary: Julie will be introducing you to the essences she created in 2017 in the Weleda Gardents, Derbyshire.
Contact: www.lotusholistic.com Email: email@example.com Tel: +44 (0)7434604177
12.30 - 1.30 Lunch
1.30 - 2.15 - Sally Arthurs
Title: Parcels of healing : Tears, the power or the stigma?
Summary: Looking at our relationship to tears and crying , is there a difference? Hopefully giving food for thought on how we approach our own tears and how to best support others when tears flow.
As an emotional empath I have spent most of my life fighting against the flow of tears in one way or another. It was only when I began to dig into this topic that I was able to stop fighting the flow and surf the wave to empowerment.
2.25 - 3.10 - Sara Turner
Title: Working Beyond the Veil
Summary: Join Sara Estelle for an experience of Travelling Beyond the Veil - a way of accessing information that bypasses all logical ways of thought and being. Sara Estelle will share the way in which she has been co-creating essences and will open up space for others to share this way of co-creating with nature.
3.10 - 3.30 Afternoon Tea
3.30 - 4.15 - Heather K Veitch
Title: Essences for Empowerment
Summary: Join Heather for a hands-on session where we'll blend together vibrational essences and witchery to explore your intuition and encourage your own person power. You'll also have the opportunity to craft your own bespoke tool, which you can take home with you at the end.
5.20 - 6.05 - Caroline Thomas
Title: The Creation of the Scintilla Essences for Animals
Summary: More than ever, animals are now mirroring the human world as they too suffer from emotional problems. Separation anxiety, fear aggression and lack of socialisation are but a few examples of the daily problems that many dogs are presenting to their owners. With the permission of the Yorkshire Essences, I created the Scintilla range in 2016, specifically for animals and tested it on 100 domesticated animals to prove its effectiveness. This talk will be based on the creation of the Scintilla Range and the outcome of the study.
7.00 Enjoy a drink and a canape or two before heading into dinner.
7.30 - 9.00 Gala dinner
Sunday 24th March
9.00 - 9.25 - Sara Turner will be offering you a chance to enjoy some Tai Chi
9.35 - 10.20 - Elizabeth Lawless
Title: Healthcare in a New World
Summary: The Pharmacy Paradigm and how I am helping to shape the role of pharmacy in the community. (Elizabeth won the coveted title of Community Pharmacist of the Year at the 2018 Chemist & Druggist Awards.)
Title: How we learnt to dis-empower cancer using essences, mindfulness and diet.
Summary: After learning that my husband had prostate cancer we began a new chapter in our lives. Determined not to feel helpless and let the routine orthodox treatments dictate our lives we found other holistic ways to work alongside medicine. As a family this helped us to find focus and we discovered a new more balanced way of living.
11.35 - 12.30 Shopping time and last opportunity to choose your essences
12.30 - 1.30 Lunch
Title: Elemental Griefwork through Essences
Griefwork is often a part of our deep healing journey that can be overlooked. Over many years working with the Nature Kingdom and the Elemental Energies to facilitate my own healing journey through grief. I have come to experience Griefwork as a process that is strongly supported by the Elementals. By re-connecting with the Elemental Energies, we can discover how Griefwork can transform our lives with an abundance of life. Elemental Essences are a fundamental part to this soul connection as we journey to our shadow selves.
2.40 - 3.25 - Lucy Hunter
Title: Pendulum Healing
Many of us use or have used the pendulum as a tool for helping us choose essences, but are you aware of the huge potential for healing and clearing pendulum commands?
I would like to share with you my pendulum journey from the moment I first picked one up to a recent life changing course that I stumbled across towards the end of 2018.
3.30 - Join everyone in the conference room for a fond farewell.
3.40 - 4.00 Afternoon Tea