I thought about all the blogs I do about people, today felt like the animals should share this space. Our fur kids and like family so treat them well while we have them.
Energy Medicine/Therapy whatever you choose to call it works on everything. Birds early in the morning sing so loud and put all their heart into that song. Have you ever notices while out walking early that all the birds are trying to outdo the other? Then as the day progresses the birds are still there, but much more muted.
Animals are especially interesting and since I am certified as a BodyTalk practitioner and also BodyTalk for Animals, I have met some interesting energies while working with new clients.
I love my work as it came so natural to me as a young child. At that time I had no idea I would ever be working helping pets with various issues.
I grew up in the country on a small farm and there were no kids to play with. I had a younger brother and the farm animals leave and that was it. I spent many hours carrying on conversations with the horses, the sheep, the cats and dogs, a raccoon and deer, so to me I was normal. Since I was very young, I have been able to pick up on energies from animals, people, trees, and of course buildings.
The part that often clients don’t understand, is that if a dog has a problem, many times it is coming from/through the human/owner, of it can be another person that the dog has spent time near. At times, the session is more about the owner than the dog, although both are receiving the same benefits so it can go back and forth during one session.
For those who do not understand energy medicine this, it can be very discerning and they may feel there is a problem with the session. Not so. If my client the dog, is suffering from high anxiety, a very good guess is that the owner or someone near the dog has one or more issues around this also. Animals pick up on our energy even more than most people know. I’ve gone to homes where there were two pets in the room and I can pick up on which one has the problem the owner has called me about.
When I had my own place, later on, I raised a baby raccoon (Rocky) who turned out to be a female. Her mother had been killed on the road and there she stood on her hind feet, little arms swinging, so I picked her up and took her home.
She lived in the house with us and went out when she wanted, knocked on the door when she wanted back in and to me this was alright. One of my visitors nearly fainted when she asked to use my washroom. One of Rocky’s favorite sleeping places was in the bathroom sink, curled up so comfy. Of course, I forgot where she was and you can imagine the ending.
Rocky rode on my shoulder and often came for a car ride with me to the local store.
As time passed she would spend more and more time outside on her own and after thinking something happened to her and looking all over the 11 acres she showed up early one morning with her common squeak meaning where’s my treat. Thrilled I ran to the door and there she sat at the bottom of the steps and behind her on the walkway were 4 little Rockies! She stood up with a warning to look but don’t come any closer and we understood each other. I returned with one of her favorite treats, and she left with her little ones for their new home. Often I would meet her on the property but no more touching as she had found her natural place in the wild. Much later in life, I found out people referred to me as the crazy lady that lives in the trees.
Often family leaves, and so do pets as our time here is just a number.
The rainbow bridge helps some over the rainbow to peace and love beyond the stars. My work now feels so rewarding and often I work with clients who send such loving notes, it is incredible.
With Much Love
My Blog is about my every day life and also about life in general. You may also see a post about my rescue fur kids. This is a place for you to get to know me. Enjoy!