A cow, sick for 2 days with a painful bloody ulcer, recovers fully after one distant Reonnective Healing session. Mooooh! =)
Category Archives: Reconnective Healing & Animals
Her cat came home one day with her eye badly swollen and weepy, with the inner lid blood-red. She did a session on her and just a few hours later when she saw her cat again, the eye looked completely normal.
Her adoptive family tried everything they could think of to gain her trust, but she always kept a safe distance. During her session, she crawled over to me on her belly and laid her head in my lap. This little dog now plays with the kids and happily accepts cuddles.
I hated the choices available… damaging her body with another round of cortisone and antibiotics, or letting her continue to be miserable. After being out of town for a week while taking the Reconnective Healing training, I could hardly wait to try it on her.
I want to tell all people with animals who are in pain that there is hope. Thank you Reconnection people!
“My horse Ollie has developed a fatty lump on his side, which over the past few years has been steadily increasing in size. It has now been two months since the last treatment, and much to my delight, there has been a significant decrease in the size of the lump.
“The result is amazing after two healings. Nowadays, she allows everybody in our house and they can even pet her. Instead of attacking other dogs, she avoids them now.”
Friday again, and another day at the SPCA, Dunedin’s animal shelter. Here’s what I found out about Bobby the cat: he was abandoned by his owner. Then adopted by the new tenant. Then abandoned again when she left. And he’s not alone: 7 other cats experienced the same fate, one of which is Brock. Both are young adults, approximately a year old. The last of these eight arrived today, very scared. She’s young, too. I worked with her a little
Back with the cats today at the SPCA. Somehow cannot not go… Bobby the ginger cat had an awesome session today, despite cold hands. I’m sure it’s just me, and the universe couldn’t care less about cool hands. Anyway. Bobby was curled up in his pigeon hole, and seemed to be rather shy. I said ‘hello’ and started working with him. There was an immediate response, and he started having muscle jitters all over his body. At one point, I
Back at the SPCA, Dunedin’s animal shelter. It’s cold now, and the cattery was chilly. Thinking of postponing visits until it gets warmer again, so I can actually feel what I do when working with an animal. Saw Noctal today, the SPCA’s adopted/ retired pet rabbit. He has a sore tooth, but seems only mildly bothered by it. Eating fresh greens works rather well, in any case, which is great. He is in the small animal room, so if you’re