We take our animals into our hearts, we feed them, play with them and give them a good home. In return they love us unconditionally and want to please us. But what if your cat starts urinating on your sofa? Your dog starts barking day and night and the neighbours start complaining. Your beautiful horse suddenly spins for no reason and keeps throwing you. Why are they doing this?
It can become a real problem and if it continues you may begin to talk about finding your beloved animal a new home. Nothing you try is working and it's getting worse. How do you deal with this almost impossible situation?
There is always a reason behind these behavioural issues. The cat could be demanding more attention, the dog could have been frightened by something, the horse may have an eye problem or there could be many other reasons. Working out what is behind their behaviour and then dealing with it appropriately isn't always straightforward or easy to resolve. Using a combination of animal telepathy/communication and healing really can deal with the underlying problems, quickly and successfully.
POOR HEALTH, INJURED AND SICK ANIMALS
Complementary therapies are safe and effective and can work alongside any other treatment recommended by your Vet. If your animal is unwell, is behaving differently or is injured, of course you should take it to the vet for a check-up, but what if things don't improve or you wonder what else you might do to improve their health; vitamins, herbal essences, dietary changes?
If your dog is getting bald patches on his coat, is scratching incessantly, but doesn't have fleas, do you know what is causing it? Your vet is likely to give him/her a course of anti-biotics or other medication. These may help in the short term but maybe later you notice other signs of unwellness.
Horses can be particularly complex to deal with, especially if previous ownership isn't known. Traumatic situations and physical injury are often hard to detect.
Complementary therapy can also work on other animals/pets, your child's rabbit, guinea pig, hamster or perhaps a snake, or pet Tarantula. Getting to the root cause of the problem and using healing is often very helpful.
Regardless of its injury or illness, an animal can greatly benefit from healing whilst waiting for treatment and often accelerates the natural healing and recovery process.
Thank goodness for the wonderful charities that rescue and re-home unwanted and ill-treated animals. The dedicated teams work tirelessly to give all the animals in their care a new start in life but working with such animals requires a lot of understanding and patience at healing at a very deep level. Hands-on healing combined with remote healing is particularly effective in cases like these.
Many humans have regular complementary health treatments as a preventative measure against ill-health. Animals can also benefit in this way. Many therapies enhance their relaxation, boost their immune system, ease stress, and aid good sleep patterns, all of which make for a contented and healthy pet.
COMBINING ANIMAL COMMUNICATION WITH HEALING ~ HOW IT WORKS
All living things have an energy field and animals also have chakras, meridians and auras. Like us, these energy centres can become unbalanced and if neglected or undetected can cause illness. Using healing methods that address these imbalances will help improve their condition. Animals are often very sensitive to receiving healing and may just get up and walk off or have a strong reaction to their first experience of some healing treatments. In this case remote/absent healing, with the permission of the owner and Vet, is very useful and often more beneficial than hands-on methods.
Finding a healer that is able to ‘communicate' with the animal and get to the root of any problem, behavioural or ill-health is important as they can find many ‘hidden' problems that may not be diagnosed with traditional methods. Animals love this, as it is sometimes the first time a human has been able to ‘talk' to them this way.
Distant healing for horses
Royal is a 15.1hh Leopard Spotted Appaloosa which I've owned for 8 years and prior to the last 12 months I've had no problems from him whatsoever. Then for no apparent reason he would spin very sharply to the right. I did all the usual things, however he got far worse when someone else rode him or when he was without his field mate Kizzie. This was a real problem and felt I should sell him, however I wasn't willing to sell him on with his problems. I emailed his photo to Carole & within a couple of weeks his behaviour had changed. For the first time he would come and greet me at the gate. After a couple of hands on sessions Carole said that she was getting a pain down the right side of her face and felt that this was where the problem was, particularly his eye. Royal's body language when the healing sessions were taking place was incredible. He was very relaxed and licking and chewing the whole time. I called out the Vet who diagnosed a cataract in the right eye which was causing the problems on his right side. Because a horse has peripheral vision the cataract meant he felt unsafe. Appaloosas are very prone to cataracts and moon blindness, so therefore he will now be retired and enjoy a peaceful life with his only love, Kizzie. Sarah,