Working with animals is really quite different than working with humans, it is not necessarily simpler as you will find yourself dealing with the owner, their expectations of both you and their pet’s recovery or performance. After many years of working with everything from birds to cattle I would need to say that the energy you pass on may not be different to what you use on a human, but the way you use it, and your ability to engage the animal become a priority. Owners expect and deserve explanations. To this end it is important in a modern world to know what you are doing, talking about and offering.
The most demanding area I work in was racing stables, performance is the priority reason for being called in, but the welfare of the animal is always being seen to. These people are professionals and require you to be just as professional. You need to make sense and as such you need to be able to read the animal’s energetic information which accesses memory. This will usually come through imagery and directly reading the aura. Anyone can offer energy to their pets, anyone can offer energy to other people’s pets, but professional energy therapists are more in demand in competitive areas of sport animals as well as farmers seeking to minimize vetting of herds.
To that end this is a course for professionals or serious amateurs it is not necessary to be attuned to any single frequency modality as vibrational expansions are included as part of the training program. The program is one on one, each session is 2 hours in person via skype or other media. (hangouts included) Includes module materials that are animal referencing as well as aura reading modules using VET aura reading techniques. This material is part of the first module.
DNA and the future
This is a certificated course attracting an achievement in V.E.T. Animal Therapies
As a distance education program you can complete the modules in your own time, each module has an assignment to be completed before moving on to the next module. Approx. 12 hours
Price: $600 full course including documents, sessions and ongoing support
Being able to read and report on an animals strengths and weaknesses is in high demand, bonding energy for owner and pet, special requirements in training and compatibility are always in demand.
Even choosing the right animal can be ensured by reading the animal as well as the owner to be, we all know a good match creates a great team, whether it is a cat, dog, horse and yes even a goat.
Understanding the implications of past energy carried as well as how energy will progress will leave you able to determine how issues will progress or even if they will. Determining behavioural tendencies can bring forward a complementary training style which could potentially save the life of an ornery pet. Hands on work done correctly can completely alter behaviour, while informing the owner can give them options they may not have thought of, or bring an awareness of body problems that are not apparent.
Rottweiler Aggressive. Aura Reading found him to be protective of his family and that they owners themselves were a little scared of him,Giving him energy therapy in 30 minute blocks calmed him immediately, Encouraging his owners to learn how to master him saved him from being put down for aggressive behaviours that had him reported regularly. Brutus (yep i know) had 3 sessions with me in 3 weeks, making him very placid during the time it took his owners to sort out a program of doggie ownership.
Race horse, tired not running. without going to the horse his trainer rang and asked if I felt there was something they were missing as he had thought this was going to be a good runner. I determined that the horse was eating purple flowers that were causing him to have a mild but consistently upset stomach. He went over the property and found a hole in the fence between the trees, on the other side a small paddock (not theirs) full of penny royal. Fence fixed problem solved.
Race Horse pre training throwing tantrums. There was a complex array of energy bursts from the horse forehead, I felt he was having a horse equivalent of migraines and that there was a small tumour behind his eye, giving the horse energy therapy, but felt the problem was not going to resolve. Advised a stop to training as he would live a longer and happier life without the stress of training. The trainer was happy but the owner said no. the horse died 11 months later of a hemorrhage in the brain.i
Calf weakening to the point of not being able to stand no one knew why. gave energy for around 30 minutes and felt he had a constricted throat and couldn't eat. stepped back to the fence line and continued therapy for another 20 mins, at which point he got up and started to eat, he gagged a few times but persisted, we took him to water, where I energized the trough (would last til it refilled), farmer reported the next day it was as if he had never had a problem.
dairy herd plagued by eczema, worked the whole herd as they went through the milking sheds. encouraged farmer to remove all copper additives to water troughs and invest in mineral licks. problem resolved itself but even better the following year, the farmer got me in at the beginning of the season to be sure when eczema was plaguing the area again. no further issues even though neighbouring farms had major problems.
Cattle dog, old and nearly unable to enjoy last days. Farmer called me in just to be sure, Gave snag (yep snag) energy for 20 mins, next day farmer reports the animal he was considering putting down running with the other dogs, not round cattle but feeling like part of the crew, while at other times over the next week he noted snag was 'pretending to herd cattle' in empty paddocks, i went back once a month for the next 12 months, then the farmer undertook to become a Vibrational Expansion Technique Practitioner. this was decided when seeing a bull freaked out at polling, went up and gave energy, the bull calmed right down and didn't move until they released him all the while i just had my hand on his neck.
I could go on, but if you have an interest in the training program feel free to get in touch and ask about how you can add this to your skills or start out as an animal therapist advocate.