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Animal Auras 


Now thanks to the AuraVS digitized and interactive aura and energy readings are not just a luxury for human clients, but animals as well! This cutting-edge technology is manufactured exclusively for AuraVS using the same precise Biofeedback technology.The Animal Aura are simple to connect and come in direct contact with the dog or cat making the unique aura and chakra analysis accurate and complete in deciphering and unveiling the animals’ inner wellness.

This exciting new technology reveals true energy states of animals in the same format as our standard interactive aura, but is tailored to fit animals in graphics, text and report descriptions. Over 60 million pet owners can now benefit from the ability to digitize, discover, and deliver the personalities and inner wellness of their furry family members. Our stand-out feature that merges research and technology with inner health awareness in a truly unique and fun way!


                  Jake 14yrs                                                                                       Trigger 6 months


Treating Animals

Most types of animal respond very well to Healing, and with many you can follow a similar format of hand positions to those on humans with good effect. Clearly, though, this depends upon the size (and temperament) of the animal. There are several methods, which can be used, depending upon specific circumstances:

  •  Placing the hands directly on the animal.
  •  Placing hands near to the body.
  •  Placing the hands on the cage or tank in which the animal is housed.
  •  Holding a small animal in your hands.

Dealing with Pets

The animals most people are keen to heal are their pets. It seems that animals are very much more in tune with their own health and energy needs than humans, so whilst some will happily sit or stand for a long time to receive healing and keep coming back for more, others will quickly move away. Even pets who would usually sit happily to be stroked may walk off if you try to give them healing, and if that happens, please let them. Overenthusiastic healers can get covered in scratches or even bite marks after determined attempts to treat their pet when the animal clearly did not want any!

Any hand positions you choose will obviously depend upon where you can reach and where the animal will allow you to touch as well as where it is safe to touch. Also remember that healing will flow around the whole body, even if you can only place your hands in one position. Depending upon the size, you might try one or two hand positions on the head and two or three on either side of the body. Some animals seem to dislike healing being given directly on to their spine, although cats can be an exception to this.

Obviously if there is a specific injury, then that is where treatment should be concentrated, but take care not to touch any part directly which might cause the animal pain. Healing can be given by placing your hands 2 to 3 inches above the injury site and the healing will flow in quite easily. The amount of time required for treatment will vary greatly and will depend upon the size of the animal as well as on the severity of any illness or injury.

Birds, Reptiles, Fish, Insects and Small Mammals

If you have a pet bird, reptile, or small mammal, they may be well used to you handling them, in which case you can just hold them between your hands and let the healing flow. However, if they are likely to peck, bite or scratch you, it may be more circumspect to treat them in the cage, tank or hut where they live. Simply place your hands on or near the receptacle and ask for the healing to be given and take your hands away when it feels appropriate to do so. Any small creatures will usually need treating for only a few minutes. Of course, if you pet needs more than one treatment, you can give it as much healing as you like, it is not possible to overdose on healing.
Farm Animals and Horses

With farm animals such as cattle, sheep, pigs, hens or geese it is often easiest to treat them from a distance from the edge of the field or beside the pen, sty or other enclosure. A horse is generally easier as they are more used to human contact, so you could place your hands in one or two positions on the head/neck, and three or four down each side of the body.

Wild Animals

It is probably best to place wild birds or other small wild animals in a cardboard box with air holes before giving healing, as contact with humans can be very frightening, and the shock can even cause some to die. If you should ever need to give healing to an animal that might prove dangerous (for example in a zoo), or which is too nervous to let you get near it, then it is perfectly acceptable to stand a safe distance away and send distance healing to the animal.

Healing and the Law

Remember although hands-on healing of animals is permitted, an owner must have a sick animal examined by a vet, except in the case of emergencies. If healing an animal other than your own a disclaimer form should be signed by the owner that they have visited the vet or intend to visit the vet with their animal.

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