our venue


DSV meetings are held at
Mount Waverley Community Centre,
47 Miller Street,
Mount Waverley Vic.
Melways 70 E 1 - see map


The next DSV meeting



Sunday 17 September

Caroline Pope will present to the DSV at our next meeting on 17 September.

Caroline is a professional Animal Communicator, Craniosacral and NES Therapist with 25 years’ experience in working with both animals and their human guardians. She has a background in animal behaviour training and veterinary nursing and she liaises with Veterinarians regularly.

Discovering Craniosacral Therapy for animals was a major breakthrough for her. It meant that many animals who were able to communicate their discomfort for arthritis, poor saddle fit and other common ailments were able to benefit from CST, accelerating their own healing process.

Animal Communication is also known as telepathic communication.

It is the experience of receiving direct thought transmission transmissions – images, feelings and concepts from individuals, including those of other species.

Communication is possible with both living and deceased animals. All beings, including humans, have the inborn ability to communicate and understand each other.

Caroline will focus on:

  • What Animal Communication is
  • Who can Communicate with Animals
  • How we incorporate Animal Communication
  • Boundaries to communicating with animals
  • Understanding species differences

Caroline’s presentation will describe how to communicate psychically with our beloved pets and other animals. We look forward to you joining is for this special presentation. You’ll find more details on Caroline’s site: caroline-pope.com

Weekly Online Dowsing

Each Friday (12 noon Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra time) Heather Wilks and fellow dowser, Frances Peterson, hold a short dowsing session to address the energies associated with world problems. This initiative began with addressing Covid issues and has now extended to cover other issues that are weighing on us all.

They’ve been faithfully leading this initiative for two years. Heather now offers a guided group visualisation after the online dowsing. It helps encourage us to peacefully imagine how we’d like things to transform for a new Golden Era. A number of DSV members, along with dowsers from Australia and overseas, meet on the call when their time allows.
You’re invited to join in at 12 noon Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra time. Just go directly to Zoom with these details:

Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82228820878
Meeting ID: 822 2882 0878 Passcode: 324825
Alternatively, you can later watch and dowse along to the replay on Facebook.
Go to Heather Wilks’ Facebook page, “Dowsing for Australia and Beyond” (Frances Peterson’s Facebook group) and/or “How to dowse with rods and pendulums” (DSV Committee Member, Mick Moran’s Facebook group).