I want to share my experience of energy medicine with cats for 2011.
In February 2011 my siamese, Nala, who was fifteen years old, finally started to go downhill. She was diagnosed with cancer of the intestines two years previously and was given three months to live. Needless to say, I gave her Neurolymphatic (NL) massage and other energy work, and she kept going strong til the beginning of this year. In February she stopped eating. It seemed like we were at the end of the road.
She had always loved chakra work and NL, particularly the spinal flush, so I thought that she would appreciate this at the twilight of her life.
On the Wedenesday she slipped into a coma in the morning. I was busy with client appointments and finally emerged in the afternoon. She was lying peacefully in her basket in a coma, unresponsive. I reached down to give her a final cuddle and whispered, "goodbye, my sweetheart, have a safe journey." At the sound of my voice, she opened her eyes and moved out of her basket, crying softly.
I thought she might like some chakra work but every time I worked on her chakras, she moved out of my field. She could only take a couple of steps at a time, she was so weak. She finally died on Saturday morning. From the Wednesday she had refused to sleep, every time she slipped into sleep she got up and moved a few steps. I thought her root chakra might help her to pass on. She refused to let me work her chakras. Spinal flush was the only thing she let me do.
Since she passed, I have had major neurological symptoms - did she sense that I needed her? Why did she refuse the chakra work???
Two weeks ago, one of my oriental cats, Floyd, fell sick. The vets thought he was lost. He was no longer eating or drinking and the vets did not know why. In desperation I gave him a spinal flush - having brought him home to die. Ten minutes after giving him the spinal flush he got up and ate some sardines. Since then, he has recovered fully.
So, where do I go with my EM practice on animals in 2012???????