A Unicorn Healing – Part II – Observations

March 21, 2012 by  
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Dramatic Changes Are Immediately Visible After the Healing.

 

"Fifth"

As you may recall from Part I, Fifth is a Thoroughbred gelding who was a unicorn in a past life during which he was captured and had his horn removed.  The trauma from that event followed him into his current life time where he experiences hematoma which block his sinuses and obstruct his breathing on the right side of his nose.

During the healing described in A Unicorn Healing – Part I, the Unicorn healers had requested that a special energy remedy be made that they called “Essence of Unicorn Horn.”  They gave me instructions to pass along to Sue, Fifth’s person, on how to make this remedy and how to administer it.  Sue was to make a full cup of it, place it in a completely clean spray mister bottle.  To administer it, she had to spray it onto her hand and then gently wipe it on his forehead over his 6th chakra (third eye center) and under his jaw, where the  back of that chakra is located.  She was to do this 4 times daily for 3 days, starting the day of the healing, and then continue twice daily for one week.

Here are Sue’s own words of what she observed immediately after Fifth’s healing:

When I first went into the barn after the healing Fifth’s barn mates – in the sweetest calls I have ever heard from Wayne and Rigo – said “we were really good and we want to be healed next”. “Wow that was something!”

The Farrier came about 10 minutes after we got off the phone and while the horses were done I watched the nose [Fifth’s]–the drainage kept changing appearance in ways I have not seen before. There were different hues and viscosity changes.

Fifth snorted every once in a while and it was obvious he was getting air thru yeah! He kept sniffing the air because the door was open.

Saved the best for last.

After the Essence of Unicorn Horn was gently applied I saw mist coming out of his right nostril. I checked to see if my breath was doing the same–no it was not.

Than I prepped his SMZ’s (sulfa drug). First the syringe would not press down, than when I pulled the plunger it flew out like it was pressurized (the opposite direction), the medicine spewed everywhere and no kidding in the blink of an eye the syringe was taken out of my hand and thrown on the ground. Got it! Not now! Was told to check in later today to see when he was ready to take his meds.

Signed,
Sue/ Unicorn Nurse

Fifth’s first healing was on March 10.  On March 12, Sue called me with an update.  Here’s what I wrote in my notes from that conversation:

Fifth is excited to be turned out in a small paddock.  His breathing is better – there’s more and more air volume moving through his right nostril as he exhales.  His nostril continues to drain with a lot more viscosity and the color of what is draining keeps changing, so there’s some blood/brown color, but he’s not bleeding.  At other times what’s draining is clear or mucousy and thicker than in the past.  No sign of yellow or green [this is good because those colors indicate infection].

When Sue puts on the Unicorn Horn Essence, he’s very sensitive in his auric field and she has to be careful how she moves her hand through his aura over the top of his head.

[March 12 was a very warm day and all the horses had spring fever.]  Fifth rolled and leaped about.  He was celebrating getting more oxygen and was also feeling spring-like.

Sue said, “It feels like his horn is regrowing.  He’s happy.  He’s always been a good eater, but now he’s ravenous.”

On Friday, March 16, Sue and I talked again briefly.  She reported:

Fifth is better – running around more, but seems to run out of oxygen and gets sore. 

His nostril is still draining a lot – hasn’t stopped at all – seems a bit bloodier, but still not just blood but mucous.

I pointed out to Sue that if he hadn’t been able to breath well before the healing, he probably was making himself sore because of the sudden activity.

We agreed that another healing was in order as there was more work to be done.  The healing guides concurred.

I’ll report on the second healing in our next installment.

Namaste,
Nedda

 

 

A Unicorn Healing – Part I

March 18, 2012 by  
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Unicorn Power

When a client tells you that her horse lived a past life as a unicorn,
and that his horn was cut off,
and that his current breathing difficulties may stem from that past life,
what would you do?

Me?  I believe her!!

Yoda

My approach to healing has always been to be “open to possibilities.”

My first training in healing was at a Silva Mind Control program (currently called The Silva Method), and my first healing guide was a Unicorn and my second healing guide was Yoda.

Then there is my beloved teacher, Echo.   Echo had unicorn energy.

Echo's unicorn portrait.

It was so strong that when I handed her photo to an artist one day at a crafts fair, she immediately did a portrait of Echo with a unicorn horn.  I hadn’t asked for this, but I couldn’t resist it, so I purchased the painting.

The horse in question is a Thoroughbred gelding with the registered name of  “Intermingled.”  Hmmm – intermingling of horse and unicorn???  His “barn name is “Fifth.”

"Intermingled" - aka, "Fifth"

Fifth’s physical difficulty is that his right nostril becomes blocked by hematomas in his sinus cavities – blood swellings that interfered with his breathing.  Fortunately, these are only on one side of his head, but it’s a chronic problem.

Surgery a few years ago had cleared the blockages present at that time, but they keep coming back.   Fifth’s sinuses drain a bit all the time, and his person, Sue, uses essential oils to assist in keeping them open.  In the last week or so, the blockage seemed worse, and the vet had just been there and said he couldn’t breathe from that side of his nose at all because it was totally blocked.

So the question was, would a healing help him?

And the answer is?

Before doing a healing for an animal, I always communicate with them telepathically to get their permission.  Animal Communication is important in all healing work with animals, as their mental/emotional acceptance of the healing facilitates and enhances the results.

My guides, who today number a much larger group than Yoda and Miranda (my unicorn healing guide) and Echo, all immediately agreed that not only should I do a healing for Fifth, but that they knew exactly how to help me.  As long as I stayed “open to possibilities” they would be able to do what was needed.

When I called in the guides I immediately found myself surrounded by a team of Unicorn and Faerie Healers.  It was an energy that is indescribable and one that I had never experienced before.

The Unicorn Healers told me that in the past life when Fifth’s horn had been removed, the horn was not just cut off, but was dug out, and that there was terrible infection that resulted from this, the energetic remainder of which was causing his current problems.  They explained that, after the healing, he would need a special energy remedy – “Essence of Unicorn Horn” – and that I would be given instructions to share with Sue on how to make and how to use this remedy.

The Unicorn Healers touched the tips of their horns deep into the problem area –  the spot where a unicorn horn would have grown on Fifth’s head if he had had one today.  Mythology tells us that Unicorn Horns can destroy poisons – which is why people hunted them and stole their horns.  In this situation, the Unicorns were using their horns to neutralize energetic remnants of the poison/infection that had resulted from the original injury.

After the Unicorn Healers finished their work, I was told to call in the Chakra repairs teams that I work with.  These consist of several different specialty teams, each with specific tasks to perform: cleansing the root area;  replacing or repairing the etheric crystal at the base of a chakra; weaving a basket of gold filament to hold the crystal; chanting to spin up the crystal.

While the chakra was being repaired, there were other teams repairing Fifth’s etheric template.

When everyone was finished, my job was to open chakra following a specific set of instructions.

* * * * *

In my next post I’ll share the results of this healing.

Namaste,
Nedda

Even a Horse Needs to Be Grounded

February 12, 2012 by  
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When You Are Grounded, Everything Changes.

Oldenburg Stallion - Breyer model.

Ric, a 6 year old Oldenburg gelding, was very inconsistent in his work. Some days he was “there” and other days he was spooky and disconnected. At 17.2 hands, this made him scary to work with and to ride. His person, Sue, tried Reiki, essential oils, myofascial release, and Tibetan Bowl therapies to no avail.

In an Animal Communication session, Nedda encouraged Ric to speak about how he was feeling. He told her he is very sensitive and doesn’t know how to filter out other people’s thoughts and emotions. He also said he didn’t feel safe in his body. He said he really wants to connect with his person, Sue, but doesn’t really trust anyone. He released a great deal of grief during the conversation. It was clear to Nedda that Ric was not very grounded. In fact, he seemed to be as much out of his body as in it.

In a Multidimensional Healing which Ric cautiously and somewhat suspiciously agreed to have, Nedda and her “upstairs” team of healers opened energy jams in Ric’s knees and hocks that were preventing him from being fully in his body. The chakras in his knees and hocks were cleansed of past life issues that were stuck there and were repaired to full functioning.

Nedda then showed Ric how to breath fully into all 4 of his legs and to feel connected, grounded, and supported by Mother Earth. She followed this with a brain balancing technique that would help him feel mentally connected and able to make choices about what to let in and what to keep out so Ric could create and maintain his own mental/emotional boundaries. Then Nedda filled him with energy, balancing his whole body.

Two days later, Sue reported these changes in Ric:

Ric’s eyes are different. The eyes are full, soft, open, and wide. (He can have very recessed hard eyes. The left eye could be sometimes described as “wild”.)

When I turned him in the indoor his body is again soft and fluid. He looked spectacular playing!

Here is the best part – He has never behaved like this before – After freely moving he came up to me five separate times and stood squarely in front of me. Each “visit” with me showed a progressively increasing, very strong, and powerful energy was radiating from him into my torso. Each time he came to me the vibration was more intense.

At first it was a very intimidating force that really caught me by surprise  — OK –  it shocked me.

Then it became apparent that he was wanted me to feel what his body felt like and he was so grateful. I can still feel him hours later. Pretty cool huh? His eyes stayed soft the entire time I was with him.

Thank you!
Sue R., Wisconsin

 

A Feline TTouch™ Moment

January 4, 2012 by  
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Nail Clipping a Cat Dramatically Improved

© January, 2012
by Nedda Wittels

So after I bought and read and reviewed Getting in TTouchWith Your Cat, I made a point of using the gentle circles on Violet and Sakhara, my two feline family companions.  Both thought the circles a bit odd at first, but I was very laid-back about the whole thing.  I didn’t try to structure, “now is our TTouch time” with them.  I decided to just incorporate TTouch circles into our other time together.

So when one or the other would jump into my lap, I would pet them as I normally did, and then do some TTouch circles.  I didn’t memorize all the different ways to do them using different parts of your hand.  I just did whatever felt right.  I also did many different parts of their bodies, but not all in the same session.

We’ve only been doing this for a few weeks – since around Christmas.

And now, here’s the big surprise.

Violet

For two lifetimes Violet  has been very resistant to having her nails clipped.  I’ve used lots of Rescue Remedy flower essence formula, been exceedingly patient with her, and done my best to desensitize her to this nail clipping process.   As a result, I’ve been able to clip her claws, but often not all of them at one sitting.  I always make sure we finish before it becomes too hard for her so that we end on a positive note.

Yesterday, I picked Violet up after I felt her needle-like claws on my skin, and announced that it was time for a nail clipping session.  She gave me her usual dirty look, but I went right ahead and got out the clippers.

Violet will lie on her back in my arms and on my lap, which is her preferred position for doing her rear claws.  I often start with them because she will tolerate clipping them more readily than her front ones.   I have found  it’s best to get the rear ones done before she decides she’s not putting up with this human weakening of her battle weapons and runs out of patience.

This time, Violet lay there in my arms PURRING while I clipped her rear claws!!!

Purring and claw clipping have never occurred simultaneously before – NOT EVER!!

Then I did her left front paw – again because she tolerates this better than her right front paw.  If I do the right one first, I often can’t do any of the others at the same sitting.

Violet kept purring and just lay in my arms.  Three paws down.  One to go.

Although I was quite astonished, I continued to stay as calm as possible and to moderate my enthusiasm while I focused on the task at hand. I reminded myself to keep breathing and keep my heart center open.

Finally, I moved on to the claws on the right front paw.

The purring continued!!!!

I got them all done!!!

She was still PURRING when I finished!

If this isn’t a recommendation for TTOUCH, I don’t know what is.

Namaste,
Nedda

The Healing Touch for Cats – Book Review

November 27, 2011 by  
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You can learn to give your cat a massage.

 

Sakhara relaxing.

Having studied horse massage years ago and having trained myself in a bit of Tellington TTouch™ for horses when Echo was in physical, the idea of massage for cats should have occurred to me sooner. I found this book while looking for the TTouch™ book for cats. While massage is no substitute for TTouch™, it still offers some valuable benefits.

In his book, The Healing Touch for Cats: The Proven Massage Program *, Dr. Michael W. Fox, a veterinarian, provides very precise instructions for giving a cat a massage, including specific massage techniques and some excellent drawings that make it easy for you to learn feline massage. He also explains how to introduce massage to your cats. Clearly, Dr. Fox is a cat lover.

While basic massage techniques are the same as for larger animals, learning to apply them to a much smaller feline body does take some adjustments. So Dr. Fox provides a basic and simple anatomy lesson, with photos and diagrams showing how to proceed. He also explains how to earn your cat’s confidence. Getting yourself and your cat to relax is the very first step.

What I like most about this book is that it promotes the idea of feline massage as a way for you and your cat to develop a whole new way of interacting. In addition, Dr. Fox explains how important it is to check out your cat’s body once a week so that you will notice if there are any changes that might require a visit to the vet.

When I got my first horse as an adult in my 30’s, I wanted to learn how to care for her. Since I was too old to join a 4-H group, I became a leader with some other women who knew tons more about horse care than I did. To teach stable management (horse care) to the children in our club, I had to learn horse care myself.  This gave me a firm foundation in recognizing if something was amiss with a horse.

We don’t do the same with our small animals, and I guess it’s because so many people have a cat or dog in the family. But the truth is that the same basic concept applies – when we take responsibility for the life of a small furry person, we really need to know their bodies so well that we would immediately recognize if something has changed. This requires that we know what is “standard” for a given animals and then take the time to look for changes. This is easy to do while giving a massage and makes the whole thing a pleasure for both of you.

Another advantage is that when you learn how to do massage and help your cat learn to enjoy it, you will also be teaching her to accept touch everywhere on her body.  For example, you will teach her to accept opening her mouth so you can smell her breath and take a peek at her gums, a key way to determine if there are dental problems.

If you decide to get Dr. Fox’s The Healing Touch for Cats, I will warn you that he definitely has an allopathic approach to veterinary medicine.  For example, he promotes using chemicals to get rid of fleas; he says that feeding dry food will keep cats’ teeth clean; he suggests brushing your cats teeth instead of using the holistic products that you can spray into a cat’s mouth to help eliminate tartar on their teeth and keep their gums healthier.

Totally content.

From my perspective a more holistic, naturally approach to cat care is to be preferred.  This includes getting rid of all dried food as totally unnatural and actually harmful to cats, as well as avoiding chemicals whenever possible.

So if you want to learn about massaging your cats, I’d recommend this book. Sakhara has already had her first massage and she says, “It was wonderful. My body felt energized and relaxed at the same time.”

Namaste,
Nedda

*  The title of this book, The Healing Touch for Cats, has nothing at all to do with the energy healing system known as “Healing Touch”.  While Dr. Fox does talk about acupressure and makes a small reference to the fact that one can send energy to a cat’s body, the system he is teaching is massage.

 

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