9 Successful Ways to Reduce Your Pet's Stress

Are you feeling stressed out? Are you worried and anxious?

In these uncertain times, you must take care of yourself because your stress affects your animal family.

Bruce tends to worry a lot.

If you're feeling worried, anxious, or stressed, then there's a good chance your animal family is also feeling stress, worry, and anxiety.

Animals prefer to live in a calm, peaceful environment. When the energy around them feels stressful, it can cause behavioral issues and illnesses.

The good news is there are several things you can easily do right now to help you and your animal family to feel calm in mind and body.

I asked my animal family and other animals to offer solutions to reduce our stress levels.

First, the animals want to remind us that we are all in this together. If nothing else, the Covid-19 pandemic is teaching us that we are all inter-connected. It's also telling us that we are part of a community, and we need to take care of ourselves and each other because we are all in this together. 

They also want us to stay positive, as well as being kind and compassionate to one another.

Animals suggest the following stress-reducing tips:
  1. Stay grounded like a wise old tree.
  2. BE in the present moment: try not to worry about tomorrow or yesterday.
  3. Breathe. When we are scared, we tend to hold our breath.
  4. Frequent play is an excellent stress reducer. 
  5. Play music that is uplifting, yet calming.
  6. Take frequent walks and connect with Mother Nature and Father Sky. 
  7. Meditate with your animals to create a calm, peaceful energy that is soothing and nurturing.
  8. Offer Reiki.
  9. Communicate with your animal family about all the changes and challenging times ahead.

Mona says receiving Reiki is a good stress reducer.

Distant Animal Communication and Animal Reiki sessions are two ideal ways to reduce stress while promoting overall well-being while strengthening your bond.

Talking with your animal during an Animal Communication session is similar to talk therapy in that you and your pets can express your thoughts, feelings, and viewpoints to prevent misunderstandings and miscommunications. Clear communication can eliminate issues and problems on a physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual level.

A distant Reiki session is like a spa treatment for you and your animal family that creates harmony and balance. Reiki promotes deep relaxation, which fosters self-healing along with an overall sense of peace, stability, and well-being.

One of the bonuses of distant Animal Communication and Reiki sessions is you and your pets receive their many benefits from the comfort of your home.

Bodhi says it's important to keep smiling.

There is no time like the present to de-stress your lives.

Your pets will thank you for taking good care of yourself and them!


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