"A cousin of mine brought the Emotion Code® to my attention and raved about this method. Because I had cysts in different parts of my body, I contacted a certified practitioner. After several sessions, my health and my emotional world changed very positively. The cysts [...]
Fear of loud noises is quite common in dogs and cats, and alleviating it often requires ongoing, patient training. Even then, results can be mixed, and staying the course can be challenging for pet owners. How much more effective and stress-free for the animal to use The [...]
The concept that animals experience emotions similar to humans is not news to anyone who has ever owned a beloved pet. There’s long been ample evidence animals are emotional beings, dating back to Charles Darwin’s 1872 book “The Expression of the Emotions in Man and [...]
Energy work is a special blessing for our animal friends, who cannot tell us what’s wrong with them, and in some cases, cannot even be touched. By Patricia Feldner Yesterday a sparrow collided with our terrace door. It went down onto the floor, flapped its wings [...]
By Lynn Phillips, DiscoverHealing Staff My husband and I recently adopted a cat from Best Friends Animal Society. Ever since we were married a few years ago I have subtly (and not so subtly) dropped hints that I would love to have a cat. A [...]
I knew immediately to use Body Code technology on Kia. She allowed me to access her unconscious animal nature, helping me understand that the slip into the tub, and particularly falling against the faucet, had injured her sacrum and lower lumbar L5, pubic bone, chest and sternum. In addition, she suffered the emotional impact of terror, insecurity, self-abuse and low self-esteem which were the result of the literal fall from grace she experienced that night.
This story is about a domesticated cat that got dumped off 30 miles out in the country to fend for himself.
there was the emotion of 'disgust' having to do with a horse that Blythe was having trouble with. Blythe also had the emotion of 'unworthy'. When we determined that the emotion got trapped at around age 11, the owners eyes began to swell up with tears. She told me that this was the time when she tried to sell Blythe. She never knew that her horse thought that she was no longer wanted.
What I found when I proxied him broke my heart. In tears, I learned of the sadness and trauma, panic and heartache, vulnerability, depression and resentment that were flooding the system of this poor cat. And why? Declawing.
Can animals have trapped emotions? The simple answer is: Animals most certainly can! Think about a dog who cowers from humans or other dogs. Or, a cat that attacks the curtains every time they blow in the wind, which a client’s cat did.