Reiki is not just for people, and it can help your pets and other animals too!
If you already know the specific problems of your pet, the reiki healer can lay the hands directly on that spot, but some animals may be reluctant to be touched by strangers. In that case, distance healing becomes handy. See my separate post about distance reiki healing.
Reiki as pain reduction
Old animals with multiple problems may have pain all over the body. In such case, I lay my hands where it could help ease the pain and relax the most, i.e. behind the neck, lower back, stomach, etc.
My aunt had a dog for many years and when the dog became old, she couldn’t eat much and could barely move. I gave her reiki as much as I could, but she didn’t want to be touched and she would walk away. I then gave her distance healing whenever I could. A few days later, she passed away during her asleep peacefully.
Reiki as prevention
As with people, reiki can be used for animals as preventive medicine. There are reiki practitioners who specialize in animal healing. Regular maintenance of your pets’ well-being could possibly prevent any potential illnesses or detect any physical problems early.
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