The healing principles of Reiki are the same whether you are treating a family member, your neighbor, a complete stranger, or an animal. The Reiki energy flows just the same in all cases.
Animal anatomy is very similar to human anatomy, so you can usually judge hand positions fairly easily if you are trying to treat specific organs.
Reiki can delay the onset and progression of certain diseases in animals and can energize and revitalize older animals. For dying animals, Reiki is a powerful yet gentle way to provide comfort, relief from pain, fear, and anxiety, and to ease the transition to death.
Reiki practitioners know that Reiki affects body, spirit, and soul, and as such it is very good to use on pets with behavior problems or those with signs of abuse.
Understand that abused pets won’t usually want to be touched at first. Try talking to them in a soothing voice. Use slow movements, and try beaming Reiki to the animal and this would be a great time to give them flower essences.
Once they feel the Reiki energy they tend to calm down, sometimes very quickly. Pets, especially cats and dogs, will usually remain lying down during the Reiki session for as long as they need the healing. When they’ve had enough they usually will stand up or move away. Normally, 20 to 30 minutes is plenty for an animal.
Generally animals like being touched behind the ears, on the head, above the eyes, and under the chin, but also like to be touched on the belly, chest, and back.
*Reiki will also help speed the healing process for animals that have undergone surgery. If you have a pet, experiment with giving them Reiki. I’m sure you will find that they will enjoy the loving energy of Reiki. It’s also a good way to maintain your pet’s health.
Reiki will heal all animals whether they be a pet or on a farm.
I do house calls to help heal and bring comfort to your animal and family.
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