Beneficial Uses

Some Beneficial Uses and Purposes


Animal Communications

Notifications: Moving, vacation, vet, ferrier, surgery, change of homes, new memeber coming or one lvg.

Introduction: Prep. current and new animals, or animals experiencing children in a/coming to family.

Behaviors: Address cause, or changes in them.

Dietary: Assesment, refinement. What works for individual, what does not/why? Education/options. Referrals to bio-nutritional therapist as needed.

Job/Activity Choices: Discover/implement innate contributions. Choose appropriate and enjoyable skills, games for animal, person. Therapy or house dog, park play or agility, casual or competitive?

Changes: In human family; careers, schedule, availability to animal, emotional changes in people–why and how to handle it, people coming into or leaving family—kids to college/camp, person passing or one in family becomes ill, injured or elder, to hospital or longer nursing care.

Fears: Causes and resolution. Understand abuse and abandonment, neglect, grief, from animal’s view and needs–what kinds of healing are needed and how to accomplish it.

Adoption: Whether to adopt rescue animal, special needs and therapies education and ethical adaptation/follow through. Matching person with appropriate species and breeds. Matching incoming members to temperament/environment of animal considered. Education on introductions. Help Foster folks in release.

Losing Family: Animal to re-home or has been abandoned, help him understand why, follow up appropriately emotionally in grieving and transition to shelter, rescue gp. Or new home.

Training: Appropriate style for animal, understand its purpose, what is expected, help learning curve along if necessary. Assist learning, enhance innate skills with Flower Essences

Dangers: Inform of/how to best interact with local wildlife, areas, and plants, unsafe for outdoor animals.

Legal issues:  Animal has been aggressive, how to help through detention or euthanasia. Educate people about their options and prepare both animal and human.

Remain: In body? If quite challenged with aggression issues, as a badly bred animal. Prepare for transition to spirit or to new circumstances if human cannot provide safe environment for others and the animal.

Partially Disabled: Inform animal of options, like a hind-end cart for partial paralysis. Determine her desire to live as disabled animal, or choose to move on. assist with blindness or deafness challenges.

Prepare:  For surgeries; Dental, amputation, spay or neuter, other. Explain prep and post-op and expectations. Help animal choose, as in cases of amputations, thryroid issues or cancers, whether surgery is appropriate to individual.

Medical: Determine causal and/or experiential level via animal.

Modalities: Determine per individual animal which modalities could produce best potential response.

Euthanasia: Create clear understanding of choices, timing, and signs. Address animal’s own loss and concerns.

“Natural” Passing: Determine if appropriate for an animal to wind-down on his own. Monitor process and set up ahead of time available intercession if change occurs. Realize domestic animals will never actually experience a naturally timed or naturally occuring passing, due to length of life, regular feeding, shelter, affection and previous/current medications. Help make good choices for euthanasia if needed or preferred by animal. Make good choices per the individual nature of the animal and of her family.

Grieving: Assist animals and humans to grieve in most supported manner for any and all issues or pending events.

Wild Animal: Assistance, things they need, what we can do hands-on, and with prayer and energy work.

Healings: Provide hands on or energetic healings and referrals to additional modalities and practitioners, for hands on and remote work. Includes veterinary, flower essences, bodywork chiropractic, bio-nutritional therapists, and online resources.

Nurturing and Healing the Human Companions:

Further: Uunderstanding of animal’s general and specific purposes and roles

Deepen: Bonds and trust through understanding and relief of resistance in challenges.

Educate: about nutrition, legalities, training, therapies, activities, working-animal options, animal culture.

Prepare: Human companions, animals and family members for most healing release from home in appropriate ways when necessary, of animals and all members when necessary for euthanasias.

Teach: Effective observation and listening skills. Introduce and educate about complimentary modalities.

Assist: Humans to find positivity of attitude and action/empowerment animals challenges, worldwide.

Provide: Sessions and understanding of spiritual connection to their companions, power animals, and nature spirit guides, as well as to humans and animals that have passed.

Promote: Well-Being skills in human companions. Help to see where their own levels of consciousness health are being reflected clearly in health and behavior within their animal family.

Promote: Honorable, inclusive and co-creative human/Divinity/animal/nature connections.

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