This kind of healing can be done on both large and small, domestic and wild animals.
This is done using hands-on and/or hands-off techniques that influence the energy system of the animal, thus affecting physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health and healing.
Restoring harmony and balance in the energy system, enabling the animal to self-heal.
Energy healing on animals explained
I believe that animals are more highly evolved than we are, because we are still aspiring to learn about “Unconditional Love” and they seem to be there already! Someone can be cruel to an animal and it will still come back, loving them regardless. (I think we need to take a page out of their book!)
From my experience, most often what is going on with the animal is actually directly related to what is going on with the animal’s owner ie. whose animal it is. For example, if the animal belongs to the child, then it would be reflecting what is going on with that child. This seems to be one of the roles that they have taken on – by lessening the burden for the human so that the human can cope better. If you speak to the human you can often pinpoint why the animal is out of sorts.
The condition of the animal can show in a number of ways: they seem “depressed;” they don’t want to play their usual games; they refuse to eat their favourite foods; when they walk their tails are down; their eyes are dull; or they just seem to be moping around. When they are stressed some of the signs may be biting their nails, plucking their feathers, chewing their gums or grinding their teeth. With horses they may bite their stable door or the poles around their paddock and suck in air at the same time (which is termed wind sucking), or they may just sway from side to side.
We are responsible for the wellbeing of our animals and it is important to notice when they are trying to give us signs that something is not okay with them. If their mate or friend has died or gone to another home, their response is exactly the same as how a human would respond to that. If their human has left home to go and study elsewhere then they would pine for the human just as the rest of the family would. According to Amelia Kinkade, the American animal communicator, the biggest cause of stress in animals, that she has come across, is separation anxiety.
A check up with the local vet may come back as nothing being wrong with them, but mental or emotional stuff would not show up in that kind of examination.
Our mental and emotional states have a direct impact on our animals. You may have noticed that when you are feeling down your animal doesn’t leave your side, as if they are trying to comfort you. Your animal is unable to express itself verbally, but if you look into its eyes, it speaks volumes.
When your animal has had any mental, emotional or physical trauma then an energy treatment will help to clear their energy field of the shock (just in the same way one would do this for a human).
Energy healing is amazingly supportive and effective in any of these and all other conditions, and works just as well for animals as it would for humans. As much as a human is affected by anaesthetic and would do well to have an aura cleansing, so would an animal. Sometimes the animal feels like he’s useless or doesn’t understand the reason for being here – an energy treatment would be hugely beneficial in this case.
Animals respond extremely well to energy healing as they can sense what is going on and that the healing is done with absolute love and respect for them. Energy healing also works well in supporting the animal at the end of its days. It helps them to let go – allowing them to go in peace.