Reiki Healing for Animals
Ginny Patterson, animal communicator and healer describes how it all works. You can visit her website HERE
Simply working with my sixth sense!
We are all born with six senses, not five. The sixth sense, the one most of us don't know how to apply in everyday life, is our intuition, inner voice, or psychic awareness. We all have this power, but for many people it remains repressed. Our sixth sense relies on our intellect, our five senses, and our emotions, and works in conjunction with any or all of them. Not only do clairvoyance, telepathy, and other psychic phenomena filter through our intuition, but artistic inspiration, mystical religious experiences, and creative problem solving do too. All are aspects of intuitive functioning.
Intuition is a sense of knowing, and this knowing comes from within. This sense of knowing is spontaneous; it is not a question of analysis. It is possible to train your intuition to whatever degree you are willing to reach for. You will find that using your intuition will enhance every aspect of your life.
A child's natural intuition:
At a young age you might have associated psychic feelings with day-to-day expressions, and behaviours, like happiness or sadness. But those psychic feelings were real for you even if there was no adult to tell what they were or were not. The meaning of these feelings could only be labelled after the same situations repeated themselves and the same feelings were experienced. However, as you got older, you were taught to depend less on these feeling sense and rely more on your rational self or objective mind. This feeling is part of the subjective mind, the unconscious or subconscious layer of self that has neither logic nor visibility. An old saying teaches us, "seeing is believing." We are told to rely on what is tangible. Closing your eves, getting away from the objective mind, and quieting the senses is one way of reacquainting yourself with the inner voice of truth.
So how do animals communicate with me?
Through using my psychic ability 'sixth sense' I see, feel and hear their thoughts, feelings, emotions, physical discomfort and past and present experiences. This has and continues to be a natural ability from being a small child it has developed over the years. Hands on healing, I intuitively know where to place my hands:
Reiki pronounced (Ray-key) is a Japanese word formed by two: Rei, which means universal and Ki, which means life force or energy. Reiki is the healing energy, which is abundantly present in the universe. In Reiki therapy, this energy is utilised to boost the body-energy and the immunity. While treating, the Reiki practitioner merely has to place his/her hands on the patient or diseased body-part. No active effort (manipulation) or concentration is required. The moment the practitioner places their palms on the animal and invokes Reiki; it flows into the practitioner's own body and then emerges out of the hands to enter the animal's body. This flow continues on it's own until the needs of he the animal (for that moment) have been satisfied. The Reiki practitioner has been attuned to act as a channel or a connecting link between the universal energy (i.e. Reiki) and the animals' energy. Natural healing for sick or troubled animals
Reiki therapy enjoys a number of other advantages, too. Apart from having a curative aspect, it also has a preventive aspect. Reiki therapy is an excellent form of psychotherapy. It brings about profound, positive changes in the recipient's mind. The animal becomes relaxed and calm. Reiki hands on vibration energy healing is one of the most natural therapies in the world and something animals readily accept.
Until fairly recently, scientists have been quite sceptical about the claims made for hands on healing but more and more research has produced conclusive proof that healing works on several levels and that it works by using energies. It is for this reason that healing may be safely used for all conditions and has no adverse side effects. It compliments and works alongside traditional conventional treatments working on a deeper lever. Reiki therapy is finding favour with more and more vets. Reiki when used to complement conventional treatments can be very beneficial and aides the patient's recovery in less time than expected.
Reiki therapy gently and beneficial in the treatment of:
Ginny Patterson's website HERE
Reiki is not intended to replace or act as an alternative to conventional treatments given by the vet. Owners are requested to advise their veterinary surgeon of the intention to use this method of hands on healing as a complementary therapy alongside conventional treatments.
The Veterinary Surgery Act of 1966 prohibits anyone other than a qualified veterinary surgeon from treating animals, including diagnosis of ailments and giving of advice on such diagnosis. However the healing of animals by contact healing, by the laying on of hands or distant healing is legal. However the Protection of Animals Act 1911 requires that if an animal clearly needs treatment from a veterinary surgeon the owner must obtain this. Therefore, before treating animals it is advisable to seek assurance from the owner that the animal has been examined by a vet. to give emergency first aid to animals for the purpose of saving life or relieving pain is permissible under the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 Schedule 3.
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