Experience the benefits of energy healing for your horse! Learn a new skill that will help you discover your innate ability to accelerate your horse’s health and well being. Often referred to as “acupuncture without needles,” Energy Healing is an effective tool for treating ailments and preventing illness that is easy to learn, easy to apply, and best of all is portable and can be used anytime, any place.
PNW Pranic Healing, a regional educational non-profit, offers an in-depth Energy Healing for Animals on March 6th from 2-4 pm at the West Linn Public Library, 1595 Burns Street, West Linn, OR. This introductory class is designed for those who are interested in learning how to develop their own innate skills to assist the healing process for their animal friend, be it a dog, cat or horse. This class provides participants with the tools to treat common first aid ailments such as cuts, scrapes and insect bites, and support the overall general well-being of their animal.
Pranic Healing is a no-touch healing technique that offers specific, tested, step-by-step procedures for treating ailments and preventing illness. It complements Western medicine as well as other healing modalities. Pranic Healing can help animals heal from physical ailments (both chronic and acute) as well as help in balancing the emotional and psychological aspects of an animal’s well being, which can help reduce stress, phobias and alleviate addictions like cribbing. Pranic Healing has now been taught and practiced in more than 85 countries, from the cancer hospitals in India to Kaiser Medical Center in Los Angeles and Portland.
“Prana” is a Sanskrit word that means “life-force.” It is the vital energy that keeps the body alive and healthy. Pranic Healing teaches the basics of energy anatomy – students learn the basics of working with their animal’s energy aura, including learning to "scan," or feel the energy, to "sweep," or clean away congested energy, and to "energize," or supplement areas in their aura that have a pranic deficiency. Students begin by learning to activate the energy centers, or "chakras," in the center of their hands. This enables them to become sensitive to prana and scan an animal’s energy field to identify blockages and then cleanse, energize and revitalize the area with new prana.
For more information, see www.pnwpranichealing.com . Please RSVP to email@example.com. Liza Burney has been studying subtle energy for over ten years and specializes in treating animals. Her website is www.heart-to-heart-healing.com . Donations are welcome and appreciated. Pranic Healing is respectful of all religions and philosophies.