I desire to increase the joy, love and appreciation you and your animal experience together. When you think about it, don’t you desire this, too? With this in mind, we may need to clear any negative emotions hanging around. I do that using energy healing.
People generally have negative emotions surrounding their animal’s passing. However, I’m not talking about grief – that emotion HONORS the love you have for your animal. Actually, most of us also feel guilt and negative self-judgement about our decisions. You don’t need these emotions. All they do is connect you to your animal in a negative way.
I’d like to help release them and so you just experience love around this loss.
Even for animals behaving badly, I guarantee you are feeling annoyed, frustrated and/or worried. If you’re honest, those feelings are hiding underneath your genuine love and concern. I’ve been there.
Did you know that these emotions can keep your animal stuck in the behavior? They can, and that’s why we need to clear them!
In an energy healing session, I raise my client’s life energy. This is what ignites the healing process. With your permission, we clear negative emotions, thoughts and beliefs. Many times, behaviors and physical symptoms improve in the animal as a result. And people report feeling joy, peaceful and a calm after healing.
This is the short version, of course. There is a good explanation on the Quantum-Touch® website.
Remote energy healing is possible and effective. My sessions are generally done remotely.
Caution: I am not a veterinarian or a trainer. I do not provide medical advice or professional animal training advice. Consult your own inner wisdom on how to use the information and guidance I provide.
Cancellation policy. Minimum 48 hours’ notice required for single-session cancellation and rescheduling; please note that your actions affect others. Your session is a time reserved for you at others’ expense; if you cancel within 48 hours of your appointment, be advised that your prepayment is considered a donation to The Sacred Grove Animal Welfare Fund, which supports a number of local, national and international animal welfare and rescue charities