Pranic Healing is non-invasive and works with the energy body to balance your animal’s chakras. By its nature, it can be offered from a distance. It can be used to augment any conventional or alternative healing modality and works well with all pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, or herbal supplements to benefit a range of physical and psychological symptoms our cats, dogs, and animal friends experience, including these:
travel anxiety & motion sickness
stress, irritability, anxiety
grief over the loss of a person or animal friend
phobias, traumas, obsessions, and compulsions
nervous system disorders
Energy healing for horses permeates deeply; chronic tension that is has been held in the tissues of the body releases. As the defensive patterns of holding let go, the bones and their articulations are able to move towards their optimum relationships and the structural alignment of the horse improves. What had appeared to be conformational flaws, such as a horse not lifting through the chest or not standing underneath itself, diminish as the horse becomes more balanced… Since healing is non-invasive, this process occurs without force; without creating additional inflammation or damage to the body.
Energy healing for animals clears and balances the energetic and physical bodies. This opening up of the energy and physical channels creates immediate improvement in the horse’s condition. This increase in the life flow of energy in the horse’s body strengthens its life force and allows for the body to continue healing itself over time.
The Increased Flow of Energy Help Eliminate Toxins
The increase in the flow of energy as a result of healing sometimes creates detoxification symptoms. Most notably, from my experience, this happens with one Standardbred horse that had a long history on the track. After three healings his system was strong enough to detox and two scores on the side of quarters opened up on the sides of his head. This release of toxins is followed by an immediate improvement in the horse’s health and disposition; they become more relaxed and confident and have an improvement in their health overall.
Emotional and Mental Issues Resolve
Most horses have had multiple owners throughout their lifetime. They experience a variety of circumstances and by the time they come into our hands or arrive at the local rescue, they’ve often experienced trauma. Healing excels in its ability to address mental and emotional issues in horses. It leads them out of the fog of a difficult past; these horses become happy, affectionate, and at peace.
Depression is common in horses that have suffered extended abuse. One cold-blood came from an auction lot to an equine rescue where I volunteer was an extreme case. He was sullen, he would not touch or socialize with any horse. He stood always alone, not even entering the shared turn-out shed to avoid the sun or flies. The director of the non-profit was concerned, as it went on for six months and she wanted him to have a quality of life during his retired years. After his second healing session, he began to socialize with another draught horse. After his fourth, he had fully acclimated to the herd and became a very happy, horse.
Fear and anxiety are common in horses and a clear example is a sweet little paint mare. Her owner was longing for trust in their relationship, but the mare had tremendous fear which affected her ability to be safely ridden. The previous owner had been “heavy-handed” and the mare’s anxiety was so high she would regularly poop and pee while on the cross ties. After one session the owner was thrilled to report her mare had become calm, easy to train, and a quick learner.
Horses are herd animals and gain a sense of safety in numbers. Although not ideal, sometimes a horse is in a situation where they need to live alone. Without a shared watchful eye at night, solitary horses can develop insomnia. A woman in Europe contacted me about her senior mare in this situation. She lived on her property, but circumstances were such that she was now the only horse. She was not lying down at night, appeared to be sleep-deprived, and suffering from exhaustion. After the session, she began moving really well and laying down to sleep.
Watch as he softens and shows you signs of relaxation such as:
Blinking and closing eyes
Licking and chewing
Head dropping and relaxation
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