Friday, February 28, 2020

Dogs Benefit from Animal Communication and Reiki


Luigi and Pierre
I recently met with seven-year-old littermates, Luigi and Pierre. Their parents, Donna and Ned, wanted to better understand their dogs' behavior and health, so they scheduled an in-person Animal Communication and Reiki session.

Donna shared the following,
My husband, dog, and I met Cathy at an art event awhile ago. She read my dog right there and figured out that he did not like going to the dog park at all. She later remotely read Pierre and told me why he would run away when I coughed or cleared my throat.
When my veterianarian and I were confused about how to care for my other dog, Luigi, I decided to hire the “Animal Muse” for a full reading and an Animal Reiki session. 
We first talked with Luigi because Donna and Ned were concerned about his health and overall wellbeing. When I asked Luigi how he was feeling, he showed me pain in his front right leg and trouble walking. It felt like arthritis. Donna confirmed he suffered from arthritis and has mobility issues because he was born with that leg turned out. He also has problems with his spine.

Luigi also shared that he has stomach issues that are related to his severe food and environmental allergies. It turns out the dogs are vegan because Luigi is allergic to meat-based protein. I asked the dogs about their diet. They said they liked their food but especially enjoyed their treats and the human food they received.

Donna promised to share Luigi's insight with their veterinarian in hopes they can find ways to help him with his allergies and mobility challenges.**

Luigi receiving Reiki.
Donna and Ned inquired about their dogs' incessant barking at the front door and in the backyard. They wanted to know how they could stop this unwanted behavior. Luigi and Pierre explained that from the time they were puppies, they always rushed the front door barking. It turns out no one taught the dogs what to do when people visit.

After talking with the boys, I suggested they be taught to stay on mats near the front when visitors arrived. I assured Donna and Ned their dogs were quick learners, and with patience and consistency, everyone would learn the new front door ritual.

The backyard was another issue because there's a walking path next to their yard. People, dogs, and wildlife are constantly walking by. Pierre and Luigi said it's their job keeping their yard safe and letting their people know when there was any movement back there.

We turned our conversation to Pierre, who feels Luigi gets most of the attention. Pierre said he understood that Luigi had health issues, but wanted to remind his people that he deserves more attention because in Pierre's words, "I'm perfect!"

Donna and Ned promised Pierre they would spend more time with him. They also promised to spend time with Pierre without Luigi.

Pierre receiving Reiki
Once we were done talking with the dogs, we shifted to doing Reiki, which is a separate service from Animal Communication.

As soon as I began sharing Reiki with the Corgis, they got onto the couch with me. Luigi is quite aloof and doesn't like to be touched, so it filled my heart when he laid his head in my lap during the Reiki session. 

Both dogs went into deep relaxation and felt more relaxed and calmer after their treatment.

Cathy after sharing Reiki with Luigi and Pierre
Donna shared her experience after their Animal Communication and Reiki session:
Both dogs were so drawn to Cathy during the Reiki healing that they proceeded to lay their bodies on her. The reading and the Reiki treatment were worth every penny!
In the few days since the reading and receiving Reiki, we are all communicating better. Luigi and Pierre bark less, seem happier and we all have a more loving relationship.  
Animal Communication and Reiki help animals feel more peaceful and balanced. It also empowers them, which strengthens their bond with their people.

**Please note that I'm not a veterinarian. I do not treat or diagnosis anything. I work in partnership with vets. It's the veterinarians' job to treat and diagnose illness and disease in your pets. 

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