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It wasn't until quite recently that I learned this amazing fact from a friend...
...and I immediately tried it on my dog.
My dog is known to be scared of loud noises and sudden knocks on the door.
But after just three treatments, this behavior pretty much went away.
Now my dog can live a happier, more fulfilling life running around and doing what dogs do best.
If you want to learn how to do the same, keep reading!
Reiki is currently applied to pets by therapists as an alternative for general wellness and disease treatment.
In many different countries you can now find Reiki pet practitioners.
Veterinarians are also using Reiki as an addition in support of conventional veterinary medicine.
Treatment through Reiki doesn’t involve any drug administration. It is just physical contact that is gentle in which your pet will enjoy and brings no harm to it.
I recommend that you use Reiki on your pet to treat behavioral issues, anxiety, and pain. The therapy will assist in calming a pet from an agitated animal to a more acceptable one.
There are a number of big differences between the way Reiki is worked on pets and humans...
...and it is crucial for you to remember and understand them.
First, it is crucial that you perform Reiki on your pet the moment you immediately notice any behavioral changes.
These are changes such as eating, temperature, or general sickness.
I have come to realize that the quicker I treat my pet, the quicker it returns to its balance and health.
Since pets cannot talk, one needs to be on the lookout for the smallest changes in our pets’ behavior.
For example, if go back home and find that your pet seems unconcerned and lethargic with your presence, or lacks the energy to play, eat, among other things...
...that's a sign that you should be paying attention to.
Our pets can be hurt easily when we are not around through their playing, jumping, and running.
If an injured point on your pet is allowed to swell, there can be gathering of excessive fluids around or in the injury, decreasing pressure of energy flow due to the increased pressure of fluids to that specific point of injury.
This can cause permanent tissue damage and lengthen the time of treatment.
In case you have a sick or injured pet it is important that you approach it with love and caution. Reiki compels you to want to be helpful.
However, you should not force your hands on the animal performing Reiki as this will make the pet mad to a point of striking out at you.
I recommend that you move towards the pet slowly and touch it lightly. Pay a little more attention to any point in which the pet seems to be more sensitive to your touch.
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When applying Reiki for pets, Put your hands gently on the area that is in question. Try to figure out the possible cause for the pet’s discomfort.
I advise against forcing the pet to stay still while performing Reiki...just place your hand just of the pet’s body surface. Reiki energy will flow well even when the hands are raised 4 inches off the pet’s skin.
It is also important to spend some extra time on the affected areas, but do not forget to treat the pet’s entire body.
Continue with the Reiki treatment until the pet gets back to its normal self and routine.
Pets normally take a longer period to respond to Reiki energy treatments in comparison to humans.
It's important to treat your pet daily taking whatever time necessary to assist it get back to its playful ways.
Here are the steps to start a Reiki session with your dog (or someone else's):
Place the dog in a relaxing room. It's preferable if they've been there before. Make sure their dog is comfortable, relaxed and familiar with their surroundings.
Face them towards you and gently place your hands on the dog. If the dog has a temper, gently gain its trust.
Dave Nelson is the creator of Reiki Infinite Healer. Over the last 36 months Dave and his team have helped tens of thousands of people improve their wellbeing, recover from illness, connect with their spiritual selves, and learn to heal with the amazing art of Reiki. Dave is a highly sought after healer and teacher, who's work has impacted the lives, health and relationships of individuals and their families in over 200 different countries.