Calming the inner beast through human hands-on-healing
The Gazette August 15, 2014
Got a dog that won’t stop barking? Or maybe a nervous, jumpy cat?
For $60 an hour, reiki master Jade will try to take away your pet’s worries.
“Reiki can benefit animals by helping them feel more calm, relaxed and centered,” Jade says
Reiki is a Japanese technique developed in the 1920s, although some reiki practitioners say it was created in ancient Tibet and rediscovered in the 20th century.
The reiki master channels energy in the air around them, transferring it to a pet or person by placing their hands on the subject. The energy is believed to help heal the pet or person’s emotional problems and clear them of any energy blockages.
“The same way it helps people, for pets it can be used for anything from helping a senior pet with illness or injury to calming a hyper puppy to helping a depressed pet cope with the loss of their companion, as is the case with bonded pets who lose their friend,” Jade says.
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