Energy Healing for Animals
Animals are wonderful companions to us, we share our homes with them and take good care of them. They become part of our family and pick up on our moods and feelings. Our pets communicate with us nonverbally and with their body language, which is always truthful. We care for our pets with affection, food and shelter, but sometimes we may notice a pet looking troubled or unhappy. This indicates there may be a need for energy healing.
The following story is from Dr. Bradley Nelson's book The Emotion Code:
"An owner asked if I would come to look at her horse, Valiant, who was having difficulty with his gait, or the specific pattern of his leg movements.
Valiant was an elegant horse used in dressage, a particular kind of horse training in which the horse learns to follow very specific movements by the rider.With an abnormal gait, it's impossible for a horse to work, so Valiant's training had ground to a halt. A veterinarian had seen the horse, but could find nothing physically wrong, so Karla, the horse's owner, turned to me for help.
My arrival at the stables caused a bit of a stir. The owners, horse trainers and stable hands were curious to see this new technique that purportedly freed horses of their emotional baggage. A small crowd gathered around the stall as I worked. I asked for a volunteer to act as a surrogate and a rider named Melissa volunteered.
As I tested Valiant through Melissa, I soon found the reason for his gait problem. There was a trapped emotion that was imbalancing his hind-quarters.
Further testing revealed that the trapped emotion was sorrow.
"Is it sorrow about another horse?" I asked. Melissa's arm went weak, which meant "No."
"Is it sorrow about a human being?" Her arm went weak again."No."
"is it sorrow about a dog?" "No."
"About a cat?" "No."
Knowing it would help to know the nature of the sorrow, but running out of possibilities, I kept at it. Seeing a squirrel nearby, I asked, "Is it sorrow about a squirrel?" "No."
"Is it sorrow about a bird?" At this point, Melissa's arm tested strong, indicating a "Yes."
A horse feeling sorrow about a bird? This somehow struck me as being quite funny, and I started to laugh, along with everyone else.This was really unexpected.
Suddenly, Karla, the horse's owner, spoke up."Wait a minute. I think I know what this is about."
I could see from the look on her face that she was serious."Last week," she said, "a baby bird fell out of its nest onto the road, right in front of Valiant's stall.The baby bird struggled for its life for a time, but it ended up dying."
"Is this sorrow about the baby bird that died?" I asked Valiant through Melissa.The answer was "Yes."
Valiant must have seen the whole thing. As this baby bird struggled helplessly for its life and eventually died, Valiant was overwhelmed with sorrow, and a trapped emotion was formed, which was imbalancing his hind-quarters and affecting his gait.
Running a magnet down his back, I released the trapped emotion. Karla led him out of the stables and walked him. Lo and behold, Valiant's gait problem was suddenly gone, along with his trapped emotion of sorrow about a little baby bird."
Animal lovers know that animals have feelings and remember what has caused them pain. The Emotion Code works as well for animals as it does for people; in my experience working with animals I can tell they appreciate energy healing, I feel their gratitude after a session. Having worked with rescued dogs, I can say for sure that they are much calmer after energy work.
The Emotion Code for animals is effective and affordable, very good for problem behaviors. If you have pets why not let them benefit from this work too?
Price for an Emotion Code session for animals is $45.
Sessions are done remotely by phone or Zoom.
Special rates available for kennels and shelters.