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…
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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.”
Can our thoughts positively support our animals and humans during surgery and afterwards? Discover how worry doesn’t help anything and the power in being positive.
In this reading, Princess (deceased feline) tells her human, Diane H., to claim her gifts. Princess says, “At this [current] time and place, you can live a life of passion. And of passion for what you do, for your talents, for your gifts.”
This audio of Chapter 5 of my book Choosing Energy Therapy discusses the role of energy healing with veterinary care, the limitations of energy work, and the role of energy healing in life and death situations. Also learn about the role of animals in our lives in relationship to our issues.
Looking back in past lives, the first thing I see is Red as a war horse. And war horses were treated well in this time period when horses in general were not treated well because war horses were highly valued. And they needed to be strong and hearty and healthy. And they wore armor and the knights on them war armor so they had to be large.
Princess Penelope (feline) shared one more past life with Leona about the continuum of lives and their interconnections.
Dog sitting an anxious dog? Talk to him! (If you are leaving your dog with someone, this could help you too!)
Don’t be concerned if you feel you don’t know how to talk to animals. Dogs know how to listen to us!