Energy healing complements veterinarian care to improve your animal’s well-being and quality of life; it does not replace medical attention…learn more about it and why it works so well…
Author Archive | Wanda Buckner
I have the privilege of sharing some of life’s most poignant moments with animals and their people. Our animals often have a unique and profound perspective that informs our lives. As Cata, a mixed breed canine, neared death, she shared this beautiful communication with her human.
Wanda talks to Sue Urda of Powerful You about the difficulty of making the decision to end a beloved animal’s life. Wanda shares animals’ thoughts prior to euthanasia and afterwards. Their wisdom and insight will bring you comfort and reassure you that your friend is well and you are still connected.
Oh no! Your beloved companion animal is scheduled for a procedure at the veterinary hospital. Whether it’s a tooth cleaning or major surgery your fears come alive—will Fido be ridden with anxiety? Will Fifi be all right? Will they be scarred for life emotionally or physically? You feel anxious and your gut is rumbling with dread. You know these emotions aren’t good for you or for your dear animal. What to do?
Let me be your guide to choosing therapies that work with the energetic system to clear and balance it and promote improved well-being in all areas of your life—physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual. As George D. Lundberg, MD, former Editor-in-Chief, Journal of the American Medical Association, maintains, “There is no complementary or alternative medicine. There is only medicine; medicine that has been tested and found to be safe and effective—use it; pay for it. Medicine that has been tested and found not to be safe and effective—don’t use it; don’t pay for it.”
With so many energy healing options, how do you choose a practitioner? This audio of Chapter 8 of my book Choosing Energy Therapy provides guidelines and suggestions for finding the healer you are looking for.
This is the 3rd and final part of this 3 part article, in it I share the account of the months before and after my partner Lloyd’s death in the hope that it may be helpful to others whose lives are ripped apart by the death of their spouse.
This is part 2 of this 3 part article, in it I share the account of the months before and after my partner Lloyd’s death in the hope that it may be helpful to others whose lives are ripped apart by the death of their spouse. Today we talk about the process of moving forward.
In this 3 part article, I share this account of the months before and after my partner Lloyd’s death in the hope that it may be helpful to others whose lives are ripped apart by the death of their spouse.
This chapter of my book, Choosing Energy Therapy, addresses the difficult final life decisions for ourselves and our animals. May this help you clarify your personal decisions before you must act on them.