Homeopathy and Wildlife

For those of you who are just getting to know me, here is a good starting point:

I often reference the cardinal we rescued and named Crane, after the street we found her on. She was in shock- catatonic.  I put her in a small cage and placed a cup of water and aconite (homeopathic remedy for shock) inside. She bent down to drink, and I witnessed a bead of water roll back on her beak and down her throat, almost as if in slow motion. Suddenly she burst into song- and I mean a long aria the likes of which I have never heard from any cardinal I’ve known, and she then began hopping around the cage. This was one of the most startling examples of homeopathy at work that I have ever seen, and took place in the fall of 2006. By 2010, the door to the universe had swung open, and we were on a whole new realm  it’s like we suddenly advanced 35,000 years and we were using our minds and intentions and a different set of tools in every aspect of our lives. High strung people instantly become calm and mellow when they enter our dwelling. We are definitely vibrating at a 10.Here is a scenario of how I handle a health issue these days;

Brandi is a 9 year old female  rottweiler and husky mix.   Last night she threw up, for no apparent reason, so I clean it   up and forgot about it.  Now it’s 2 pm the next day and I   realize she hasn’t eaten her breakfast yet which is out of character for her, and I remember she threw up last night.  I choose a Sanjeevini prayer pattern for upset stomach and slid it under her as she is lies down. She laid there on the pattern for about 7 or 8 minutes.  Then she rose up and walked over to her food dish and consumed her breakfast  I kid you not.  There is no placebo with animals.I consider these things to be amazing and exciting events and I feel privileged.

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