There’s a universal truth that is undeniable. All things come from, are, and return to energy. For those who are aware of this there is acceptance that using one form of energy can impact either positively or negatively other forms of energy. Negative impacts on energy are thought to be causes for disease and illnesses. Positive impacts are those that heal the misalignment of energies getting them back into correct flow. The most accepted form of this energy healing is Reiki.
“Reiki is a spiritual practice developed in 1922 by Japanese Buddhist Mikao Usui, which since has been adapted by various teachers of varying traditions. It uses a technique commonly called palm healing or hands on healing as a form of complementary therapy and is sometimes classified as oriental medicine by some professional medical bodies. Through the use of this technique, practitioners believe that they are transferring universal energy (i.e., reiki) in the form of ki through the palms, which allows for self-healing and a state of equilibrium. (Wikipedia). Usui said of this practice; “The Secret of inviting happiness, the spiritual medicine for all illness; Just for today, do not get angry, do not worry, express your thanks, be diligent in your work and be kind to others.”
Two amazing women have studied the art of Reiki and apply its healing to animals; Candy Boroditsky and Ming Chee-Brown. Candy and Ming established their practice, Reiki Fur Babies, after personal experiences with their beloved furry children. They earned second degree Reiki certifications, studies in Vietnam, and added distance Reiki so that they may extend their help and healing to animals all over the world. After years of working with some wonderful pets, both to heal and to help them cross over peacefully, Candy and Ming have shared their stories in their first heart-warming book, self-titled as Reiki Fur Babies.
The stories contained within will make you laugh and even cry. Even if you don’t believe energy healing is possible or that animals communicate with us, you will forever be moved by these tales of love. As for the rest of us who do believe in the power to heal through positive energy flow, and believe that our dear fur babies both understand and communicate with us in so many ways, you will find the read as much a journey as did Candy and Ming.
I had the opportunity to interview these two extraordinary women a few years back when I stumbled across their website. I knew then that people should know this type of help was available out there for their pets. Anyone who has experienced a Reiki session knows first-hand the results of good energy healing. Why would we not want to provide such an excellent healing tool to our pets? This book is published by Balboa Press, a division of Hay House, and is available on the Reiki Fur Babies website for $8.99 plus shipping and handling. It’s a must read for pet parents and animal advocates.
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