We got backyard chickens to eat farm fresh eggs. However, when we got new chicks this year, every day it was so sad to see the older hens bully the young chicks .. sometimes to the point of blood. They wouldn’t let the young chicks eat, roost, drink, lay eggs or even relax in their very large yard run and coop. When we asked professionals and sought solutions online EVERYONE said jokingly, “Just eat the bullying chicken.” We didn’t want to do that. They had become our pets and we wanted their eggs, not their bodies. I had great results relieving my back pain with The Emotion Code so I asked my local practitioner, Richard Cram, if he would do the process on my chickens. He had success with dogs and horses so he agreed and performed the Emotion Code by phone when they roosted one night at nightfall. The next morning was shocking. The chickens ate together, let each other drink, relax and even better, lay eggs in the nests instead of the poop (which in the end is healthier for us). Every day we look at the chickens and cannot believe the stark difference from the one day before to today. In this video you can witness for yourself, there is no bullying. – Michelle Tennant Nicholson
Usually keep my one of my hens separated during the day due to two hens beating up on her, then she beats up on yet another 4th hen. Found Hidden Longing in the first three. These were from a hatchery, so I am sure they never had a hen to sit on them when they were developing in the egg, and did not bond with a mother hen with that first imprinting just after hatching. I had been concerned about them being ‘unmothered’ since I got them and have tried to be a substitute mom. But even getting them at one-week-old, there were obviously some issues. They are my babies, my sweet hens.
Every day since the Emotion Code the chickens have been “normal” chickens. It’s so amazing to see the difference so starkly from one day to the next. My husband and I are amazed … and so relieved. I’m sure the chickens feel relieved too!!!!
I loved this!! I thought about the chickens we had when I was a little girl. Especially the little Banty Rooster with the spurs on his legs that had my ankles bloody all the time.
It was my job as a little girl to gather the eggs and feed the chickens. This Banty Rooster as I said kept my ankles bloodied. We finally gave him away.
We sure could have used “The Emotion Code.” Way to go!!!
Many Blessings, Margaret
Nice story! I often wish I had known about Energy Healing before our horrid pet rabbit was re-named ‘Stu’. I would have much preferred to use this means of solving the problem of his regular attacks. He must have had inherited TEs or from being taken from his mother too early because at our place he lived the best lifestyle of any pet rabbit I know and none of them act like he did. I expect The Emotion Code would have transformed him into a softy inside, not just on the outside.