Thursday, June 2, 2016

How Animal Reiki Works

Me offering Reiki to Bodhi

Energy healing techniques, like Animal Reiki, work by releasing energetic blockages in an animal’s entire being.


Blocked energy creates imbalances, which can lead to illness and disease. 


By definition, Reiki is holistic in nature as it can effect an animal's entire being: mind, body, emotions and spirit. However, it is not a massage because you don't need to touch or be physically present with an animal to offer them Reiki.

Animal Reiki brings about a deep relaxation response which allows the body to gently release blocked energy. When an animal's energy is unblocked and balanced, it leads to increased wellness and happiness for your pet and you!

Reiki unblocks stagnate energy to bring about balance or homeostasis in your pet.


In my experience, animals are intuitively drawn to the peaceful and calm energy that Reiki creates. Animals consistently communicate to me that this loving, compassionate energy is one of the main reasons they love receiving Reiki.

Animals instinctively know and understand Reiki's ability to help them heal themselves. 

Me with Kathleen Prasad
According to my Animal Reiki Teacher, Kathleen Prasad:
"Animal Reiki is a spiritual practice of compassion for all beings. In a nutshell, "doing" Reiki for animals simply means learning to meditate with your animals. The practices of Reiki help us navigate our life's challenges with grace and surrender while we to learn to listen to and be present for others in a compassionate space. Compassion is the ultimate healer."

The more I practice Reiki, the more I feel at peace and balanced within myself. My daily practice continues to change me in ways I never thought possible including transforming how I communicate telepathically with all species, including people!

Through Reiki, I am able to connect with animals at a deep energetic level, which increases my intuition and telepathic abilities to hear what's on their minds and in their hearts.

By opening my heart, my Reiki practice continues to strengthen my bond with myself, my pets, wildlife and the world around me.

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