Animal Reiki: Using Energy to Heal the Animals in Your Life is a complete handbook for using Reiki healing with all kinds of animals. People who are unfamiliar with Reiki as well as experienced Reiki practitioners will find a wealth of useful information in the book. It is available in bookstores can be ordered through www.amazon.com and other on-line booksellers. For more information please visit www.animalreikibook.com.
The book provides a thorough foundation for using Animal Reiki, including step-by-step instructions for treating all kinds of different animals. It shows some of the unique qualities of Animal Reiki: how treatments allow animals to be active partners in the healing process, how Reiki helps to develop the healer’s individual gifts and intuition, and how Reiki deepens the bond between people and animals. Using Reiki with animals differs in some important ways from using Reiki with people, and this book contains all the information needed to begin healing animals successfully under a wide range of circumstances, as well as over 100 inspiring stories from the authors’ extensive experience.
The book has an insightful foreword by Cheryl Schwartz, D.V.M., a pioneer in traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture for animals, author of Four Paws, Five Directions, and a founding member of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association.
Some of the Animal Reiki topics covered include:
- Giving a basic Animal Reiki treatment
- Guidelines for using Reiki with any animal under any circumstance
- Separate sections on cats, dogs, horses, birds, small animals, farm animals, special needs animals, wild animals, fish, reptiles, and amphibians.
- Advanced Reiki: using Level 2 Reiki with animals
- Using Reiki in shelters, sanctuaries, and rescue organizations
- Helping dying animals and their families with Reiki
- Enhancing communication with animals
- Offering Reiki beyond your own animal family.
Reiki has been practiced throughout the world for many years. Until fairly recently, Reiki healing was available only to humans, but increasing numbers of Reiki practitioners are establishing practices devoted exclusively to animals. As of 2004, Reiki was practiced at over 300 major hospitals and medical centers in the U.S. and almost 100 veterinarians were listed in the American Hoilstic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA) directory as Reiki practitioners.
“Open your eyes to a new level of well-being with this book, which will appeal to a wide range of readers.” Horse magazine (U.K.) August 2010
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