Pets Need Balance Too!
Reiki on Animals & Pets:
Reiki animal healing, as other alternative therapies is now being applied to animals for disease treatment and general wellness. Many veterinarians use Reiki as a support in addition to conventional veterinary medicine.
Reiki animal healing does not involve the administration of any drug, just a gentle physical contact with the animal, so it will not do your pet any harm. Animals love Reiki and it will work for them!
Reiki is recommended for treating pain, anxiety and behavioral problems. The therapy can be calming and may help an agitated animal become a more acceptable pet.
Since animals can't talk, we need to be aware of subtle changes in our pet's behavior. If you come home and your pet seems lethargic and unconcerned with your presence, licking itself more than ordinary, or doesn’t have energy to eat, play, etc., it could be they are not feeling well. Animals can easily get hurt when we are away; jumping, playing, chasing toys or feeling energetic and trying to dissipate it by running around the house. If an injury is allowed to swell, excessive fluids can gather in and around the injury, increasing pressure and decreasing the flow of energy to the area of injury. This can result in permanent damage to tissues and lengthen treatment time. It is of utmost importance to do Reiki animal healing on your pets as soon as you sense any changes in behavior habits; i.e., temperament, eating, elimination and general malaise. The quicker you treat animals, the quicker their return to health and balance.
TREATING ANIMALS WITH REIKI:
When treating animals with Reiki, it is good to remember that all life-forms utilize "Universal" energy, and that all run optimally when filled with it.
A hands-on treatment will be given, different hand positions will be held as well as intuitive movements. Animals can "sense" things, and will usually allow being treated with Reiki as they are attracted to the subtle loving energy. The whole body will be treated although as Reiki flows the animal may move around, this usually happens because they are trying to "guide" you to the area of discomfort. Usually an animal will move away letting you know it has had "enough" Reiki. Animals have a different anatomy than humans obviously, but their Chakra points are the similar. As with humans more than one treatment may be needed.