About this course
Do you love animals and want to help them with healing? This course is designed to provide you with a complete system of pendulum healing that you can use to help you heal animals such as dogs, cats, horses, birds, fish, reptiles and other animals you may encounter as pets, on farms, or in the wild.
Topics will include*:
General Approach to Working with Animals
- Communicating with Animals
- The Energy of Animals
- The General Approach to Behavioral Problems
- Animals Role as Healers
Pendulum Healing Techniques
- How to Hold Pendulum and How to Say Commands
- Raising Consciousness.
- Removing Blocks
- Harmonizing Relationships
- Time Machine Healing
- Emotional Healing
Animal Healing Protocols
- General Protocol for Healing Mammals & Birds
- Protocols for Veterinary & Animal Hospital Visits
- Emergency Healing
- End of Life Healing
Notes on Healing Dogs, Cats, Horses, Birds, Reptiles, Fish & Other Animals
- Other Animals
*Please note subject to change once course finalized.
It is organized so that you can learn no matter what your current skill level and both beginning and advanced animal healing practitioners will find valuable information that you can apply immediately to your healing work with animals.
If you love animals and want to learn pendulum healing this course is for you.
Will you join us?
"Just wanted you to know that I did the full protocol for animal healing. She is a dog named Cinderella, who has been paralyzed in both hind legs and feet since this past Wednesday. Vet said her bowels were also likely not working. The vet couldn't give an explanation for the paralysis, and said that if she didn't evacuate her bowels, she would go into toxic shock. When that happened, she would have to be put down. In a matter of a few hours after the treatment, she was able to slightly move her feet and legs in response to a pinch and she had a big bowel movement. Her human and I was so relieved, as you can imagine! She has a long way to go but I will continue to work on the paralysis. Thank you so much. - Cynthia "Denise" Porter, LPC-S