Defying the Odds
Veterinary Prognosis: She Won’t Survive.
Abby, Before Her Injury.
Ellie, one of my clients, called me about a dog named Abby who had been viciously attacked by another dog. The attacker had ripped open Abby’s belly and intestines. Even after major surgery, things didn’t look very good for Abby.
I was told that the veterinarian had little to no hope for Abby’s recovery.
Had Abby also heard this? And if she had, did she accept the veterinarian’s viewpoint as written in stone?
Reconstructive surgery repaired the abdominal wall and removed damages portions of Abby’s intestines, leaving Abby very weak and septic. The bowel contents that had poured into her belly had caused peritonitis. Further surgery to seal any additional leaks from her gut wasn’t an option because of how sick and weak Abby had become.
Abby’s person, Briteny, took Abby home so that they could spend time together before Abby passed.
Could this situation be turned around?
First I did an Animal Communication with Abby and Briteny. We spoke about how Abby didn’t have to accept the veterinarian’s judgment about her chances of recovery. Then I recommended that Abby be given flower essences, such as Rescue Remedy, to help her body deal with the shock and trauma she had experienced.
Finally, I did an energy healing session for Abby.
After calling on higher guidance and receiving Abby’s permission to do the healing, the healing guides and I focused on boosting Abby’s immune system by stimulating white blood cell production and activity.
All the organs involved in this process received special attention, especially her thymus gland, her spleen, and her bone marrow.
Then the focus shifted to helping the rest of Abby’s body recover from the attack. We released emotions that could create energetic blocks to healing, removed stagnant energies, cleansed and balanced her chakra system, and filling her up with the Divine Light and Love.
One of the healing teams repaired the etheric template for her physical body, which if damaged, can prevent a full recovery.
After the healing session, Abby slept deeply.
And then the miracle started to happen. Abby began to improve.
You worked with her at 5pm Thursday…according to the vet Abby wasn’t going to make it. At 6 pm Thursday, Abby got up from her bed and started eating and drinking on her own.
On Saturday, Abby was up and playing ball in the backyard.
[Today, Wednesday,] she is still eating and drinking on her own, and fighting off that infection.
The vet cannot believe it.
I know you were with her in her darkest hours. Thank you for being there in this emergency situation.
On Wednesday, Briteny wrote:
She is doing lots better. The vet cannot explain why she is still alive. She still has an infection but the vet believes it is lots better than it was. Abby has gotten a lot of her appetite back and is eating and drinking on her own. She walks around and even has gone up and down a few steps. She’s not out of the woods.
What made the difference?
Abby is a brave soul who listened carefully when I told her that she didn’t have to die just because the veterinarian was not optimistic about her situation. In addition,
Her desire to survive, combined with the energetic healing session, gave Abby the opportunity to turn things around.
The love and attention that Briteny gave Abby also played a significant role in helping Abby recover.
When I do a healing for someone, I know that what happens isn’t up to me. It’s entirely up to the human or animal who receives the energies.
By staying open to possibilities, I create a sacred space for miracles to happen.
Sometimes they do.