It is very unusual to encounter an animal which will not readily accept Reiki. They usually show you by their body positions where Reiki healing is needed and move away when they feel that they’ve had enough. Reiki can be given to animals in almost any circumstance – no circumstance is too difficult as touch is not an absolute necessity. If you want to give Reiki to an animal that is not usually touched, such as fish or wild animals, Reiki techniques where you give Reiki from afar, such as beaming and distant Reiki can be used.
Reiki can be given to animals in the following situations:
- With animals that are ill, Reiki helps the healing process and complements any medical intervention to accelerate the healing process.
- Reiki can be done on an animal of any age, young or old. In old animals and if your beloved pet is dying, Reiki can help bring peace and comfort to you and your pet during this difficult time.
- Animals can use loving Reiki energy after they have experienced any type of trauma, abuse, neglect, loss or move, or if they seem to exhibit depression or other behavioural disorder. Even if you don’t know what the problem is, you can use Reiki to help.
- For behavioural issues such as nervousness or hyperactivity, Reiki can help your pet relax and reduce their levels of stress and anxiety.
We also have a particular affinity for and focus on Equine Reiki, a therapy that is becoming more popular and have many benefits for your horse. It can bring balance to the horse’s energy and encourage healing on many levels. Equine Reiki is useful for the treatment of low performance and concentration levels, stress, overly excitable/nervous behaviour, low energy levels or as part of your horse’s rehabilitation from injury or recovery from illness.
Reiki with horses opens the door for us to offer positive healing energy to our equine friends. Reiki can help maintain your horse’s health, speed healing of illness and injuries and ease any tension that your horse may experience. Reiki is ideal for use with horses because it is gentle and non-invasive, and yet can powerfully address any health issue a horse may face.