Course About Animal Healing
Animal healing is a non-invasive complementary therapy, suitable for a wide range of physical and emotional conditions. it is not a cure or substitute for good veterinary care.
When healing energy is offered to animals, it enables the body to raise and re-balance its frequencies, and increase its natural energy resources. Healing allows the trauma to disperse, and can assist in speeding up the recovery from illness, wounds and operation sites, saving time and money, and reducing further stress on the animal. Animal healing is particularly useful for animals that have to be confined, for example, on box rest, kennels, or within a cage. Animal Healing also provides support for animals to process and release emotional trauma that can be caused by fear, anxiety, stress or separation which in turn can cause behavioral problems.
All animals benefit from healing: it is helpful in a wide range of physical, emotional and psychological conditions, working holistically on the whole animal. Healing promotes calm, peace and deep relaxation and will help the body to recover from trauma, illness or injury.
in Part 2, we explore flower essences and how they can help to maintain balance in the lives of animals, and why they are effective. Following this, there is a lesson on essential oils and their use for animals and what makes them so beneficial. Finally, part two covers animal chakras and the importance of maintaining their balance.
In part 3, the course covers the holistic modality of Reiki for animals, however it is recommended that you complete a course in Reiki before performing this modality on your animal as this is an introductory lesson. The next lesson in this part covers crystal treatments for your animals and finally there is a lesson on the use of colour to help your animals.
The intention of this course is to help you to help your pets various physical, emotional and spiritual needs, and at the end you will have a basic understanding of the origins of natural healing modalities and how they can be used for both health conditions and relaxation for an animal’s health and well-being..