Reiki is a safe, non-invasive energy therapy that can be used alongside other complimentary therapies and orthodox medicine treating you holistically and restoring homeostasis.
Reiki is free of religious or cultural belief systems and will always work for the best of you. Reiki will give you whatever it is that you need for your mental, spiritual, emotional and physical well-being.
It is essential that you obtain veterinary treatment for a sick or dying animal.
The paragraph below outlines the relevant legislation with regard to treating animals:
Under The Ginkgo Tree is fully insured and supports and works within the above legislation at all times.
The Veterinary Surgery Act of 1966 prohibits anyone, other than a qualified veterinary surgeon from treating animals, including diagnosis of ailments and giving advice on such diagnosis.
However, the healing of animals by contact healing, by laying of hands or distant healing is legal. The Protection of Animals Act 1911 required that if an animal clearly needs treatment from a veterinary surgeon, the owner must obtain this. To give emergency First Aid to animals for the purpose of saving life or relieving pain is permissible under the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 schedule 3.
Helping animals heal themselves with Reiki, Animal Communication and Applied Zoopharmacognosy
I believe in a holistic approach to healing. Looking at the whole, taking into account aspects like mental and social factors and diet. I believe that all aspects are intimately interconnected and explicable only by reference to the whole. As such I offer Reiki, Animal Communication and Applied Zoopharmacognosy not as separate healing therapies but therapies that are intertwined and offered together whenever an animal needs them.
I work alongside Vets and other healers offering alternative therapies and will refer animals for other types of therapy that they have asked for or which I believe will benefit them.
Animal Communication is a natural ability utilising our intuition on a telepathic level to really listen to an animal so that we may fully experience and understand what they want us to know, see, feel and sense.
With the information that they share with us, we are able to help them help themselves with emotional, behavioural and physical concerns.
Applied Zoopharmacognosy (AZ) enables domesticated or captive animals to self-medicate by offering plant extracts that would contain the same, or similar constituents to those found in an animal’s natural environment. AZ encourages and allows an animal to guide its own health, when unable to forage on medical plants.