As any animal lover will tell you, animals have feelings too. They may not be able to talk about them, but if you watch their behavior and get to know them, you will soon be able to recognize their subtle changes of emotion. Even without words, animals express their emotions clearly. When emotionally upsetting events occur, animals can suffer from trapped emotions just as people can.
- You’ve seen animals protect one another or a child.
- You’ve heard stories of animals sensing their owner about to have a seizure, diabetes, even cancer.
- In my home every dog and cat we ever had and loved would show their hurt/anger with us when we returned from a trip.
- They would show hurt feelings if we brought a new animal into the home.
I release trapped emotions on animals exactly the same way I release them on people. The animal’s owner acts as a Surrogate. They place their hand on the animal and I check the owner for trapped emotions. I release trapped emotions by running a magnet down the animals back, beginning between their ears and ending before their tail. This is the same for cats, dogs, and horses.
Abandoned animals show terror, paranoia, and shock just like abandoned people.
The great thing about releasing trapped emotions in animals is you see immediate transformation, as in people.
“So interesting to revisit the session and see it as a whole for each horse. They make sense based on their journeys and physical manifestations.
I find it fascinating that Harmony had a bulk of emotions in her groin area. That was the area that was swollen and highly reactive just the week before.
Jasper’s eyelids lowered, he was quiet, his head lowered, his attention moved inward rather than outwards. His left ear moved towards Renee when she spoke. He started licking and chewing. “I’ve never before been able to stand next to Jasper this long without him moving away”. - Corrie