FOR COMPANION ANIMALS
Healing Facilitator for 25 years
in "Interspecies Communication," through Joyce Leake's
Usui Reiki Master
of Technology on Our Companion Animals
In recent years,
how many times have we met someone at a coffee shop--or even
lunch--only to find virtually everyone "on" their Ipads
or cell phones? There they sit, next to each other or across
from each other, not talking or even making eye-contact. A friend
of mine lamented recently that she observed her teenage son and
his friends sitting together in her living room and texting
During a Master
Class in Animal Communication teleconference last year, my animal-
communication mentor, Joyce
Leake, cautioned us about an alarming new trend: We are
imposing our emotional needs on animals "tri-fold." This is because, she said,
of how disconnected from each other we have become, largely due
to advanced technologies. Our cell phone talking, our texting,
"tweeting" and posting on "Instagram"--all
actually have taken us farther apart in our human interactions.
that when she communicates with clients' companion animals, she
has found that these creatures are so overburdened with their
guardians' emotional neediness that they are literally begging
for help. This
is the biggest challenge, Joyce emphasized, to animals' gift
to us of unconditional love. They desperately need respite .
. . from us!
I am now offering
a new session, Emotion Coding Release, that is
perfect for unburdening companion animals of their people's emotions.
The purpose of this session is to release emotions trapped in
animals' physical bodies. (People's animals often "absorb"
their guardians' harmful emotions because of their empathic relationship
to them.) Trapped
emotions create pain and distortion in the tissues, and can continue
to "attract" other emotions to the same location(s),
causing chronic illness, stress and pain.
This work is based
on what I learned from Dr. Bradley Nelson's book-- The
Emotion Code--and from work I have alread done for a
number of my human clients. (Dr. Nelson has applied the term
"Emotion Code" to the protocols he uses to release
these trapped emotions from his patients.) When Dr. Nelson
began to apply these techniques to help his patients' animals,
he was surprised that they worked miraculously-- most notably
with behavioral issues:
dressage horse who suddenly exhibited an abnormal gait. His veterinarian
could find nothing physically wrong with the horse to explain
this change. Dr. Nelson, however, found an trapped emotion causing
Valiant's imbalanced hind quarters: sorrow. Through the process
of elimination--and muscle testing--Dr. Nelson and his Associate
disovered that Valiant felt sorrow about some bird. When Dr.
Nelson questioned Valiant's "person," the latter exclaimed:
"Last week a baby bird fell out of its nest onto the road,
right in front of Valiant's stall. The baby bird struggled for
its life for a time, but it ended up dying." After this
trapped emotion was released, Valiant's "gait problem was
- "Boofy": an adopted stray who
ran and hid whenever a stranger came into his home. In this case
the emotion Dr. Nelson found was fear. When this fear
was released from Boofy's body, the immediate change was only
Boofy's turning over to have his belly scratched. However, a
few days later, upon the arrival of a visitor, Boofy did not
run and hide. This pattern continued with all other new people.
- "Twiggs": a Lhasa Apso who got
carried off by a coyote on a hiking trail but miraculously made
it home, despite Twiggs' many wounds. Even after his physical
vetting and recovery, Twiggs seemed "to have lost interest
in life." Although Dr. Nelson expected to find fear trapped
in Twiggs' body, instead he found . . . sadness--that
he would never see his people again. After this emotion was released,
Twiggs' transformation was immediate. He was back to being his
happy, inquisitive, energetic self again.
- Abandoned puppies: found by a cliff across
a river and stranded on a sand bar. Dr. Nelson found a number
of emotions trapped in the body of one particular puppy who wouldn't
stop shivering, even when it was totally warmed up. " .
. . terror, shock, fear, betrayal and abandonment." In less
than half an hour after the release of these emotions, the puppy
stopped shivering and became calm. Dr. Nelson then cleared the
other puppies of these harmful emotions.
- "Buck": a buckskin quarter-horse,
acquired a few months before its guardian called Dr. Nelson for
help. For a year with Buck's previous person, the horse's training
had been harsh, resulting in lack of energy and trust. "He
hated his life, hated his job, and hated people, because they
had mistreated him so much." Trapped emotions Dr. Nelson
found included hatred and depression at age 3; "overwhelm,"
panic and "feeling taken for granted." After these
emotions were released, Buck "changed in a big way. . .
. He is like a new horse." Buck went on to take "3rd
out of 30 head in the stallion class event" of the NHRA
show, beating his previous, harsh trainer's best by five points
in this show.
using The Emotion Codes technique on one of my own clients' companion
animals, I found one-to-one correlations between the locations
of symptoms and locations of emotions trapped in the animal's
STUDY: Rex, a 7 year-old bulldog--diagnosed with mast-cell tumors of
legs and abdomen by a licensed veterinarian.
TRAPPED IN . . .
upper legs (all 4), abdomen
& chest, brain, lumbar vertebrae #1 & #5; entire energy
field and physical heart / heart chakra, root chakra, 2nd chakra,
(unable to release in
abdomen, upper hind legs; entire
energy field and root chakra, 2nd chakra lumbar vertebrae #3
entire energy field, brain,
heart, abdomen, lumbar vetebrae #1 & #5, upper hind legs
(unable to release in
Gives Too Much (to Guardian)
entire energy field and physical
heart / heart chakra, solar-plexus chakra; upper hind legs (all
4) lumbar vertebrae #3 & #5,
genetically from his mother: entire energy field, heart / heart
chakra; solar-plexus chakra; upper back egs, abdomen , lumbar
vertebrae #3 & #5
emotion(s) are trapped where--and at what chronological
age(s) these events happened. How long the release part takes
also depends on how long--and how many "layers" of
the emotions--there are in the same spot.
my cat and I do notice changes in her. They are subtle, though,
just the way that she moves and responds to me is with less anxiety
and worry. I also took your advice. I stopped relying too heavily
on my cat comforting me when I want her to. I just let her be
her w/out getting in the way. Hey, and it is better for me too!
Thank you so much! --
A.V. (Kirtland, Ohio)
you Joanna! All the information are [sic] very accurate!
checked in with me when he was complete with the session. Murphy
is so much more happy after his session. -- M.C. (Palo Alto, California)
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