SHARK BITE! Dynamite’s Trace Mineral Concentrate To The RESCUE!! Product Review

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Editor’s note: I take people out on Animal Communication wild dolphin swims every June in Bimini, Bahamas, through Dolphin Expeditions.  The company has an amazing crew.  The experience is like nothing else on the planet.

Alex, the wonder guide of Dolphin Expeditions, was leading the Sting Ray – calamari feed on the second day of the dolphin trip.  Alex has a degree in Marine Science and loves sharks.  She was an intern at Shark lab here in Bimini, Bahamas and goes as crazy over sharks, as we do over dolphins.

 

DCIM100GOPROOn the second day of the Dolphin trip, we were in Honeymoon Harbor.   The group of us made a circle and the Captain gave us calamari to give out lavishly to the sweet sting rays as they floated over each of us.  Alex was thrilled to see sharks come into the circle of humans with the sting rays.  Not just one, but two nurse sharks joined, intrigued of course, by the calamari.

Alex was photographing AND feeding calamari to her beloved shark friend, when we all heard “OUCH” as she screamed.  “He bit me!!!!”

 

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She pulled her bleeding finger out of the water and noted it was still intact.  Fortunately we were in the salt water, so she cleaned it off as best she could and carried on with her duties of being the safety expert, leader of the reef swim, photographer and chief shark feeder!

 

 

 

 

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When we returned to the boat, she cleaned her finger off and we applied Trace Mineral Concentrate. Alex noted that the stinging from the Trace Minerals may have been worse than the shark bite itself!

We were all impressed with how clean the Trace Minerals left the wound.  It cauterized any residual bleeding from cleaning it off.  In fact, we were able to see the results of the fact that sharks have multiple rows of teeth!

 

 

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It was like a science experiment at Alex’s expense. The outcome of several days of Trace Mineral application is that we were able to see clearly that the top row had 14 teeth, the bottom row had 6 teeth and another row of teeth left 5 marks.

 

 

 

 

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I must say, if you are going to have a shark bite, and you have trace minerals, it is a pretty beautiful scar and certainly gives you a little ocean swag!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I have been a Dynamite Distributor for 13 years.  I love what the products have done for myself, my dogs, cats, horses and my clients.  Now I have a shark bite to add to the list of things I love about Dyamite products!  If you are interested in the products or becoming a distributor, go to:   www.dynamitemarketing.com/joanranquet.

For more information about Animal Communication sessions or workshops, go to: www.joanranquet.com.

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Happy New Year Newsletter from Animal Communicator, Author Joan Ranquet

Here is my Happy New Year Newsletter! It is sprinkled with a little wildlife news, a little of my own news, upcoming trips and workshops too. Also, this newsletter has contributions by author Ann Jamieson and Margaret Ann Lembo. Ann’s story about Jamaica the rescue horse sent to slaughter that ended up winning the Combined Driving Championship and became 2008 Horse of the Year. Jamaica is a Breyer Horse Model! Ann Jamieson is the author of “For the Love of the Horse” series.

Also included is a wonderful crystal tip by author Margaret Ann Lembo on Dalmation Jasper, a stone of relationships! Particularly, connection with our animal companions! Margaret Ann Lembo is the author of “Chakra Awakening” and soon to be released “The Essential Guide to Crystals, Minerals and Stones” (Llewellyn).

I have information about Gorillas in Uganda, the upcoming trip to Uganda (want to join me?!) Information on the upcoming dolphin trip in the Bahamas, and lots of weekend workshops to learn animal communication.

If you haven’t already joined my newsletter, please do! Please click below for my newsletter:

http://myemail.constantcontact.com/Animal-News-from-Animal-Communicator–Author-Joan-Ranquet.html?soid=1101924584205&aid=MIvj9wKiXMM.

Let Your Pet Comfort You This Holiday Season. ~ Joan Ranquet | elephant journal

Let Your Pet Comfort You This Holiday Season. ~ Joan Ranquet | elephant journal

via Let Your Pet Comfort You This Holiday Season. ~ Joan Ranquet | elephant journal.

Dolphin Dreams and other random thoughts of an Animal Communicator

Me playing with Sushi

 At least once a week since I have been back from the Dolphin trip, I have dolphin dreams.  I’m not normally a dreamer like that so this is unusual.  I daydream of being in the deep blue waters of Bimini and being able to hold my breath forever and swim and play with them.  The dolphin trip is software that is still installing in my being. 
 
If you don’t know about the dolphin trip, if you aren’t one of my friends or family that feels compelled to read my blog, if you are someone that happed upon this……the said dolphin trip was an Animal Communication Swim with Dolphins trip.  I was to teach animal communication and we were on a fabulous boat called Indigo with Dolphin Expeditions.  The crew was wonderful, all of them dolphin experts and offered a different angle or point of view.  The crew had amazing experiences collectively and individually with dolphins and that inviting warm bathwater like sea. 

There was no guarantee of dolphins – just a hope and in past experiences: some weeks they had some, some weeks they had none.  Some weeks they had plenty. 

Dolphins bring up childlike magic for people.  They stir joy in the crabbiest of people.  A smile washes across almost any face when they hear the word dolphin.  What is it about this mythical creature for us?  And what could we learn from such grace?

We left Bimini with our dolphin hopes and sure enough on the first evening we saw a dolphin and her baby and the next thing you know, we were in the water before we even learned to free dive!  The first couple of dolphins were magical and yet, throughout that week, the mystical dolphin week, dolphins seemed to multiply, coming out of nowhere.  As if they heard “Hey, those people are all in the water again, let’s go and play with them.” 

The first big swim I remember my mask fogging from tears of joy.  The second day of swimming with them I nearly choked on water consistently because I couldn’t stop giggling!  There aren’t words really that match the experience as a whole, the words I’m typing here are simply relaying some impressions.  Like any dream, I’ve lost all chronological order to the whole trip!

I had a moment out in the sea that I felt as though I were spun like a top in an enchanting dance, as our eyes locked, I was mesmerized into the soul of my dance partner, a dolphin.  Once I was still and the dizziness subsided, I realized that this dolphis had initiated me into some trance, another world, another way of thinking.

It is a dream to be in the blue so deep and to see dolphins swimming by.  Their whole body motion adds to their presence of a magnificent being.  Even more amazing was that they chose us to be their amusement, they wanted to engage, to play.  Their pods would circle us and have us stay as a pod as if we all played better together in teams.   

People kept asking me afterward, what did the dolphins tell you?  I must say, I was so enthralled by the experience that I went into the waters with joy, gratitude, hope…….those were wonderful feelings to sustain for the hours we played in the water each day. 

In the end it was pretty clear through the actions what they taught.  If I were to abridge the messages and the experience, the cliff notes would be twofold –  1.  Joy, gratitude and hope must become the most familiar of feelings within my whole being.  2. That we are also a really great species and to enjoy each other, to connect back up despite our differences and be a groovy pod.

As simple as that all appears, some days, all or part of it is a really tall order.  Yet, that’s my homework until I get my deep blue sea dolphin lessons next June.  I am eternally grateful that the dolphin experience is now part of my internal hard drive! 

Blessings, Joan Ranquet

Animal Communicator, Author, Speaker

For Sessions, Workshops, upcoming events and Dolphin Trips: www.joanranquet.com                     

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Birds of a Feather Flock together – Eagles Freedom and funny girl Wanbli Askata and other random thoughts of an Animal Communicator

My Animal Communication class in the Seattle area in October - Freedom was "done" with the communication at this point!

I’m visiting in Florida, about to teach my Animal Communication weekend workshop.  On any of my visits, I create a walk in the morning as my way of settling into that location.  Here outside of Orlando in Osteen, I’m teaching right off the St. John’s river preserve.  On my walk today, I saw a hawk, black birds filling the sky and a family of cranky prehistoric looking long legged birds whose cry rivals a peacock – it turns out they are Sand Hill Cranes.   I also saw turkey vultures, right after that, I heard the gobble of a turkey like someone had a soundtrack on my walk only to turn and find a blue faced busy body turkey.  To top it all off, I saw an eagle.  I frequently wonder in the wild about how big a wild animal’s personality could be……

Last month my Animal Communication class in the Seattle area, was fortunate enough to go to Sarvey Wildlife Center and talk to the famous Eagle Freedom.  Freedom is the subject of Jeff Guidry’s book “An Eagle Named Freedom, My True Story of a Remarkable Friendship”.  (Mini review below.)  We also got to connect with Wanbli Askata – (translation: playful eagle).  As a result of getting to communicate with these two within minutes of each other, I no longer wonder about personality, of any wild animal. 

I know now I’m not anthropomorphizing.  Nor am I going to add my humanness to the equation.

One of the students was struck by the fact that these eagles were not able to fly.  She kept putting her sadness on the situation as if humans were purposely keeping these animals there.  I’m not saying this isn’t sad or that at the time of the accident, it wasn’t tragic.  However, after any tragedy, there is a point of accepting the reality in order to move on.

Like any sanctuary, these animals are there because they couldn’t survive in the wild.   Animals in these settings were either injured in the wild or were handled by humans in a truly inappropriate way for their species (i.e. buying cute little tiger babies and then they grow and are big and dangerous and are – oh yeah, huh, that baby tiger is just what you bought – a tiger now.) 

The animals that come in with injuries either elegantly become part of the educational system of these programs or their big spirit gets smaller and smaller until their little lights dim and they check out across the rainbow bridge.  Some animals are somewhere in between.  It takes a special spirit in this wild animal kingdom filled with instinct to be part of our education.  Oh are they special creatures!

None of the other students in my program picked up on the sadness of the two eagles we talked to nor did Jeff Guidry talk about the sadness.  He said that Freedom on occasion feels her wild oats so to speak and lifts her wings – knowing she won’t go anywhere.  Freedom actually has become like an Eagle/human ambassador, part of the education program at Sarvey and all over the Pacific Northwest.  You could say she was rather famous even prior to the book coming out. 

Her fame is actually greater than showing up at school programs or powwows – not to diminish that significance………..her fame is rather viral if you will.  I met Jeff because for the millionth time, I got that e-mail – you know the one that you’re weeping within 3 lines down…. the e-mail titled “beautiful story about a survivor”.  It tells the story of this broken winged beautiful baby eagle that for 4-6 weeks couldn’t stand and was nearly at the point of being euthanized until a guy named Jeff saved her with his love.  The e-mail goes on to tell the story of Jeff’s cancer and how her love years later saved him. 

I had seen this e-mail so many times that I finally googled the guy and discovered not only did he just have a book out – but there was a book signing the following Monday.  I made friends with him on Facebook and it turns out he’s the next town over!  We became real friends ~

Freedom gets a lot of attention.  A lot of doors are open for her and she walks through them with the natural splendor that any diva would.  Her eyes peer right into your soul and you could say that this is the great healing quality that she has.  It is the same intensity that people go to religious or Spiritual beings for healing.  Just to look into those eyes…… she has the power of the greats: a transmission that sees into your being and lifts you.  Any spirit is elevated in her presence.

It comes with a price.  She is very clear like any star that she has had enough.  She is not subtle when she reaches that point.  Jeff is the only one that can “handle” her – all puns included.  My class definitely picked up on her healing and star like quality.  Her elegance was not missed.  Her ability to see into people was quite clear.  When she was done with us, she was done and off she went to her home. 

Then, she was a little shy about taking a bath in front of the students, she clearly needed her alone time.

            Next the class went on to talk to Wanbli Askata in the adjoining Eagle house.  Wanbli Askata is so the opposite.  She wants the attention for her funniness and her antics.  In fact, Jeff brought her a turkey leg and Wanbli Askata took it over to her teddy bear and did a happy dance on the bear.  I swear she was smiling.  She definitely got her groove so to speak from being next to Freedom.  (Birds of a feather flock together.)  Wanbli Askata learned a lot from Freedom, she learned confidence, and she learned elegance.  She truly had the sense of being the sometimes awkward but cute wacky little sister.

There is nothing shy about Wanbli Askata.  Once she got her sea legs from freedom with people, she became a true comedienne. 

So there was the answer to the big burning question that I ponder every day when out in nature.  I have seen very funny squirrels, clever raccoons, bold deer, etc.  These super distinct and big personalities are so fun to experience.  I will blog soon about the big personalities of some big cats I just met…….and soon, after my dolphin trips of course there will be stories! 

Meanwhile, places like Sarvey Wildlife Center can use any donation – large or small – please feel free to take a look at this inspiring place:  http://www.sarveywildlife.org/

One of the most amazing things about Sarvey is they have drop off locations throughout King and Snohomish County at various vet hospitals and an ambulance will come pick up the wildlife.  Very cool…….don’t forget also to buy Jeff’s book. 

Blessings, Joan

Joan Ranquet

Animal Communicator, Author, Speaker – www.joanranquet.com – check out communication sessions with your animal, the dolphin trips, Animal Communication workshops and teleseminars!

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Founder of Communication with all Life University: www.communicationwithallifeu.blogspot.com.

 
The truly remarkable day I got to meet Freedom last spring!

 
 
 
 “An Eagle Named Freedom, My True Story of a Remarkable Friendship” by Jeff Guidry is a wonderful book about an amazing relationship.  Jeff Guidry was a volunteer at Sarvey Wildlife Center when a young Eagle that would forever change Jeff’s life was brought in – very injured.  The eagle was responsive to Jeff Guidry but not many others.  His kind voice on the ride to the first hospital visit created the connection for the enduring bond that exists to this day for an Eagle that will never fly and is dependent upon man for her needs, specifically that man – Jeff Guidry.

As the story goes, she was never going to be able to fly again, but whether or not she would survive her injuries and had the will to stand was questioned from the start.  Jeff was smitten from the first car ride and weeks later, she stood thus proving her strong will.  The book goes on to tell of the many wonderful events as they grew closer together, other fun characters both human and other species (cougar, bear, etc.) and ultimately how she saved his life during his battle with cancer years later.  It is a wonderful story of two species in love so to speak – or acting in a loving fashion and the deep connection they share. 

What’s in a name and other random thoughts of an Animal Communicator

What’s in a (Pet’s) name?

Does the name add value or hinder your animal Companion?  

From Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, 1594: JULIET:
     What’s in a name? that which we call a rose
      By any other name would smell as sweet;
      So Romeo would, were he not Romeo call’d,
      Retain that dear perfection which he owes
      Without that title.    

 

How did you name your pet? Was the name inherited? Did you create a barn name? Do you have a series of nicknames for the different looks, behaviors or coy activity of your dog, cat or bird? 

I have seen a name make or break a personality. I have seen a new name completely turn an animal around. One potentially great thing when getting an animal from a shelter is that it is a brand new day in that animal’s life – why not start with a new name? 

The dog I adopted, Isabella (on the left in the pink chair) – had a different name with the rescue group – they called her Sarah.  I thought Isabella (both the name and the dog in front of me) was a very beautiful match.  The name is very Queen like (okay I’m all about BIG girly names) and that was fitting to bring out the personality that I knew was in there for this shy, nearly feral dog.  She was SO introverted and was happier with her head in a corner than out in public with others (except me and Olivia – my other dog).  Queen Isabella sponsored the Columbus voyage – the discovery of America – so who better to name her after than a Queen who was a patron of THE discovery voyage of our home as well as a patron of the arts and scholars? She has turned into quite the discovery dog indeed. 

Olivia (on the right in the pink chair) is a great story. My ex husband (he was my husband at the time) and I were living in Denver. I wanted a dog, his kids wanted a dog. We were redoing a bathroom in the house and he ran off to Home Depot. He came back and said he met the most well behaved Border Collie in the store and that her people said she had puppies (not full bred) at home. He had taken their phone number…..we made a call and off we went up I-70 to Evergreen, a mountain town.  In fact this was probably the first week of December and there was definitely crusted snow in all around. 

On the drive up the freeway I casually mentioned that I will name the dog Olivia. Without seeing her, I knew my puppy was in that litter. 

We arrived at this warm mountain like cabin in the woods. The woman graciously greeted us at the door and she went to the back door and one by one called the puppies in. All super great names by my book and then I heard it……..”Olivia, come in.” 

‘Olivia’ ran in with the rest of the balls of fur and sat on my feet. I also had to think that a ½ Border Collie that was cute, excited and mellow was the best of the gang.  SOLD. 

I have more stories – not only of my own animals – but of watching animals really be able to blossom because someone took the time to either change their name or to stop calling them a name that was limiting their potential.  More of that to come……………. 

Last year I had a contest on “What’s in a name” and my Communication with all Life University helped me judge it.  My newsletter has the first story and there will be more in my newsletter as well as posted here on the blog.  I’d love to hear your story!  

Blessings, Joan 

Joan Ranquet 

Animal Communicator, Author, Speaker  

www.joanranquet.com  

www.contacttalkradio.com host of PET TALK LIVE every Wed. at 4:00 pm pst  

Founder of Communication with all Life University certification program  

For the best supplements for all life – (humans, animals & soil):  www.dynamitemarketing.com/joanranquet  

Upcoming classes: Beginning & Advanced Animal Communication classes coming up – plus special EARLY BIRD specials extended.  

DENVER – September 17 – 19  

SEATTLE AREA – October 15 – 17  

BOYNTON BEACH – November 6th 2010 The Crystal Garden  

ORLANDO AREA – November 12 – 14  

For more info or to register – joanranquet@joanranquet.com or contact Shannon at smyers@myersmarketing.com.

Communication with All Life University Graduation, Dr. Steven Farmer and other random thoughts of an Animal Communicator

Big fun was had by all!

Barely a week ago was the graduation dinner for the first year of Communication with all Life University. It was quite a year.  We spent the last 3 days of it working from early until late. Our finals were at Little Bit Therapeutic riding center. There, my students talked to a couple of horses in the program and dogs that the staff brought from home.  It was an awesome day. Bittersweet – Awesome for them.  For me? Also amazing – and I have to let them blossom on their own – time to let go – how spring like!!!!

In the time that they were here, we reviewed the last year in terms of each of the student’s accomplishments as well as how they utilized their electives (of body work or energy work).  We examined how to set up and market their Animal Communicator practice/business.  Of course, that blueprint has been in place for some time through the various assignments.  We had intuitive moments and business building as well as structure creating and brainstorming on how to build the day/week/career they want.  Many stayed on for Animal Alchemy – the others flew out that had taken it last year – what a 10 day period!

The growth and commitment of everyone has been astounding.  I’m so moved.  I am amazed at how much these people wanted to stretch and how far they came by being willing.  We have had so many laughs and plenty of tears.  

Our excursions have always been fun (I love a good field trip whether we are at the Seattle campus or the Orlando campus!)  Our field trips have been as wide-ranging as Snoqualmie Falls to a Trapeze Act during dinner to an Orb tour to the Pike Place Market Ghost tour to a Magic show in Orlando, Fairy hikes, trail rides outside of Orlando, the cow milking package to the Space Needle.  Not to mention, wonderful dinners!  Hopefully next Orlando trip is an airboat ride and next October here is a sea plane over the city.

Aside from the use of the electives, they all expressed something they learned and tried from the various Animal Education Teleseminars.  Or what they gained (or didn’t) from the various assignments.

They have raised the bar for me in terms of what to expect from students. For the most part when I said jump – they didn’t question, they telepathically asked “how high”?  And then they elegantly followed through.  I couldn’t have asked for a better, more diverse and wonderful group.   Oh did I drive them crazy sometimes!

I also have great help from Shannon the Lead Mare and Dean of Students.  Additionally, the dorm couldn’t have been a wackier place at TYD Farm (Thank you Virginia).  And thank you Geri for your serene dorm in Geneva, Fl.

Thank you Shannon, Pam, Diane, Sarah and Veronica for making me become a better teacher!

Listen to the grads on Pet Talk Live with me yesterday (March 24th 2010): http://feeds.feedburner.com/joanranquet.  They did great kitten readings! Always, the kittens can be found on www.youtube.com/joanranquet.

If you are interested in upcoming events ( Animal Communication April 9, 10th & 11th) check out: www.joanranquet.com/events. And of course for readings: www.joanranquet.com/readings.  Fabulous dog/cat/horse/soil/alpaca/car products: www.dynamitemarketing.com/joanranquet.com.

And of course my new RADIO SHOW – PET TALK LIVE! Tomorrow is Dr. Steven Farmer – woohoo!!!   March 31st 2010  Have you ever wondered about your Power Animals and what it all means? Do you know who your Animal Spirit Guides are? Are you finding Earth’s magic in the everyday realm? If these are questions in your stratosphere, you may want to join me when I interview Dr. Steven Farmer – Author of “Earth Magic” and much more.  We will have the usual readings for my personal kittens, the Rescue of the week and I’m happy to do readings for you on this very special show. Even better – talk to Dr. Steven Farmer!   

Blessings, Joan

p.s. are we friends on Facebook? Do we follow each other on Twitter? 

My Newsletter and other random thoughts of an Animal Communicator

Here is my newsletter with a great Animal Communication story by Kim Haroche, a story about names, the “What’s in a name” contest with some groovy prizes and of course my upcoming dates (Montana, Sonoma, local, Florida) and much much more:

http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs040/1101924584205/archive/1102913747679.html

Please enjoy and join me on this fun journey with some of the benefits planned to help rescues and shelters raise money!!

Happy New Year, Joan

www.joanranquet.com

I’m a little awkward with links and social networking –

Your dog wants a treat. Now! Animal communicator to hold seminar in Missoula

Your dog wants a treat. Now! Animal communicator to hold seminar in Florence.  Some say Florence, some say Missoula – I don’t know where it is that I’m teaching this weekend – but I do know we have an awesome group!! There is still room for a couple more.  And I do know my ticket says Missoula ~ I’m really looking forward to this workshop. 

Kate is part of Communication with all Life University and she has put together this class.  Some of the people that are coming – have worked with me before in either my Bozeman Mt. classes or when I used to come up and teach at Traumhof (before I lived here) or perhaps even Walla Walla. And some will be fresh. Always fun!

If you didn’t see my post yesterday about the new year – I want to remind you to scroll down for the “What’s in a name contest….” details below.  And if you’re not on my mailing list – please join as I will be updating there as well. Go to: www.joanranquet.com. The contest could win you a weekend class in either Seattle or Orlando – so please send me your story.  I’m already getting submissions and it hasn’t even gone out in my newsletter!

In Transit, literally and the film – as always, other random thoughts of an Animal Communicator

Isabella said goodnight to 2009 a while ago!

Happy New Year!  It is a time of opportunity, fun and amazing transformation.  Last year feels like it had all the awkward growing pains for what is going to set sail this new decade. 

I have had my own personal transformation. . . in the last 8 weeks, I lost my 90 year old father.  He was such an inspiration to many and while I know that he is with my mom and many other great animal companions, relatives and friends, it is still fresh and painful.  I so hear the pain in my clients voice as they call either about an animal that they recently lost or about to lose.

For some reason the holidays accentuate that, whether it is that we love memories around this type of year so the loss feels greater than say a random day in June or the mere fact that it is literally the darkest time of the year.  No matter as to the origin of the pain, the pain is there and deserves attention – being brought to the light.

I’m also writing because on the otherside of the holidays, here in the new year, I don’t remember a time I felt more hopeful.  There are so many exciting things in the wings that I will slowly reveal as they come to fruition. 

For me – it is also a time of tranformation in my career. In the worst economy, I started Communication with all Life University and in March – I have my first graduating class.  I’m blogging – I don’t even text regularly, yet I love this.  Lots of other things are transforming before my eyes that are so positive, so amazing……the reason I’m writing this is I know it is for you as well.  Sometimes we just can’t see it.

I found a video from my past – I used to be an actress for those that don’t know my history or haven’t read my book, “Communication with all Life”.  I’m actually posting it because talk about a transformation!!  The video below is just a fun reminder of the world I came from – acting!! I loved acting, I loved the whole world of it. I educated myself in the best possible situations, I knew all the right people and yet………well the video is great – it was my dream to act and yet I followed another big passion – animals and I don’t look back (except to view various productions I was in):

Dailymotion – In transit, par Cédric Klapisch – une vidéo Cinéma.

Then this life of being an Animal Communicator totally took over my life!! I’m happy to say that this is definitely the work I’m supposed to be doing. I have been busy since about the day I said I’d do it…..unlike life in my acting world. I will say I was always getting some sort of play, little film, etc. I always joked with my Dad that I finally got a steady job when I became a pet psychic.  

Clearly I didn’t love the acting world enough to endure the actor’s lifestyle. Or there was a better divine plan for me.  Either way – this work, this life has brought us together even if just through these words on a screen.  My wish for you is that you follow your dream and find your divine plan!

Now my work and my lifestyle are congruant. I love that. On the days that I’m home doing phone sessions, I’m here with my own animals. If I go away from my home to talk to an animal – funny how that works, I’m with animals!

I know I’m very lucky and I want to take this time to thank all of my clients and students and even readers who are what make this life possible.

I have  a few more things to add:

1. January 3rd http://www.blogtalkradio.com/positively-incorrect – 5:00 pm PST. CALL IN! Scott Cluthe Radio Show please call in!!  

2. I’m teaching a weekend workshop in Missoula Mt. January 8-10th for details go to: www.joanranquet.com/events or contact Kate Templeman @ (406) 273-3151 or e-mail her @ keltonfarm@gmail.com.

3.  I have a big contest that is below – “What’s in a name…..” if you have a story as to how you chose a name – or the name chose your animal companion – let us know.  Me, and my University students will be picking out the winners and the contest winner details are here:

Each person that enters gets a free Animal Education Teleseminar of your choice ($20.00 value). The first place winner gets a free weekend Animal Communication Seminar in either Orlando in Feb. or Seattle in April ($350.00 value- travel expenses not included). Second place winner gets 10 Animal Education Teleseminar calls ($200 value).  Third place winner gets either an Animal Communication Workshop Teleseminar  with me OR 5 Animal Education Teleseminar calls hosted by me with amazing guests – or download of previous amazing calls (valued at $100.00).  The contest winners will be announced January 25th.  May the best name win! Enter your pet’s name and how or why they got their name and send to joanranquet@joanranquet.com

Remember to always check my schedule for when I could be in YOUR town teaching an Animal Communication mini class www.joanranquet.com/events.

Enjoy, Joan

Joan Ranquet

Animal Communicator, Author, Speaker and founder of Communication with all life University (animal communication certification program).  www.joanranquet.com, www.dynamitemarketing.com/joanranquet

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