WELCOME

How does it work?
Healing offers an energy blueprint and we can all do this, therefore it is something that you can practice with your own pets. Healing that you give aims to help the animal rebalance and take over the recovery process.

Hands on healing can help your pet on 3 levels, emotionally, mentally and physically, and to be healthy your pets, like us, need to be in balance on all of these levels. Healing can also be given as first aid too.

‚ÄčHealing and the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966
 
Healing - channelling healing energy through the hands from a universal source of energy - should not be used as a substitute for veterinary care and attention. 

Please note that Paragraph 18 of Part 2F of the RCVS Guide to Professional Conduct, provides information including that all animals must be seen by a veterinary surgeon, and that the vet must be consent for healing to be given by the laying on of hands.

With any concerns that you may have about an animals' health or wellbeing, your first port of call must be a veterinarian. Only a vet may make a diagnosis, or prescribe.

 If you want to book John for a healing session, you will need to first ask your veterinary surgeon for approval for this therapy to take place. 

What is Hands on Healing for Animals?
The benefits of healing for humans is well documented with hundreds of studies having been done into the benefits of healing and how it can work. Of course the sceptics may say that there is a placebo effect, but that flies right out of the window with animals. Hands on healing works very well. In many cases dramatically. There is no placebo effect with animals. They do not have a faith, are not aware that the therapist is a healer nor aware of the benefits healing can give. When healing is given to them they take it readily and are ready to move on if possible and gain wellbeing improvements.

What conditions can it be used for?
Healing can help all conditions and any animal in need. It can also be used preventatively because the energy field will be out of balance before an illness or disease presents the symptoms.

pet Healing

John Punzi