During my training in Sound Healing, we were encouraged to practice on our pets. My dogs, Wheaten Terriers, loved it! As I became more experienced with people, I ended up working on horses as well. I discovered placing a singing bowl on the rump of the horse generalized the relaxation state and then applied the tuning forks to be more specific areas to release trauma. Part of treating trauma is rewiring the brain- this is done in humans, dogs and horses.
Bentley is my 9 year old, 40 pound Wheaten who canters like a horse. He is on raw diet, we walk the beach daily and helps in my healing practice. Several years ago Bentley tested positive for Lyme disease. The vet gave him a round of Doxycycline and referred me to an herbalist. Since then, with the help of my friend Adrieanne Johnson, herbalist extraordinaire, the Lyme is kept at bay. I also do healings on him pretty regularly. For example, at 9, he still thinks he can run and rough house with the younger dogs. Sometimes, he over exerts and strains something. With the PGSG healing, tuning forks, some herbs or homeopathic remedies, the injuries are minimal to non- existent. Overexertion has also lead to a Lyme flair-up. Again, a maintenance schedule of herbs, homeopathy and tuning forks with PGSG, he has at most, a few days of discomfort. It has been years since I gave him doxy. We see the vet only every three years for the rabies shot which is required in Massachusetts. What a good boy!
Click here for the video: a brief look at a class on Sound Healing I taught in the Spring of 2015. The participants are all horse owners. The purpose of the class was to teach basic sound healing techniques to use on horses. Due to the prevalence of Lyme disease and other trauma, helping your horse, pet or loved one to release stress and bolster the immune system is critical to the health of all.