VIP PET CARE® is
REIKI FOR PETS & PEOPLE®
"The Very Next Best Thing to a Vacation For Your Beloved Pet"
AND VERY EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE
"REIKI HOLISTIC HEALING"
FOR YOUR BELOVED CANINE OR
What is "Reiki?"
Reiki is a form of holistic and non-invasive therapy that uses either a simple hands-on, or no-touch approach, often enlisting meditative techniques, with the goal of improving the flow of life energy (known as chi, qi, or prana) in a person, or in an animal. Reiki (pronounced ray-key) means "universal life energy" in Japanese, and Reiki practitioners are trained to detect and alleviate problems of energy flow on the physical, emotional, and spiritual levels. Reiki Therapy is used to achieve an sense of calm, to relieve anxiety, stress, pain, and to improve the symptoms of various health conditions.
It is believed that this natural healing modality originated in Tibet, although researchers of this natural healing modality claim that its intrinsic principles are as old as 2,000 years or more.
The name "Reiki" (pronounced rey-key) comes from an ancient technique and re-discovered by Dr. Mikao Usui, a Japanese Buddhist in the early 20th century.
"Re" refers to "Universal" and it is a general term for spirit or unseen spiritual quality, which serves as channel for "Ki" or "Life Force Energy" (some call it Chi, Qi, Prana, Ruach, Life Energy, for example). It relates to the superior, all-encompassing cosmic energy from which all other minor energies in the universe draw their power. Everything in the Universe is made up from energy which derive from the Omniscient, and the All-Knowing Life Force of Creation.
The Vital Living Energy Force comes in various manifestations of energy and one of these being the frequencies in which Reiki was uncovered.
In this photo, My Beloved Chauncie (who is smiling from ear to ear) is recieving Reiki (and a bit of Acupuncture notice the needle sticking out of his head) to alleviate Chauncie's symptoms of his stage 4 cancer. While his condition was considered terminal, however, Reiki was very instrumental in providing relief from the discomforts of the disease. Reiki can be implemented as a necessary adjunct in making a pet's (or person's) life easier when dealing with several different illnesses and medical conditions.
Reiki can also be applied to a healthy pet as a holistic maintenance regimen to keep them feeling healthy, vibrant, happy, and anxiety-free. In any case, just have a look at the contented smile on Chauncie's face!
*Please do not hesitate to ask me about*
Reiki For Humans, too!
To Your Left: The Lipton-Lawson Family, and their pets Skippy the Terrier and Phoebe the Bichon, after a "Family Reiki Session."
Annaliese joined them feeling all those great vibrations emanating from both humans and animals alike.
All of a sudden Larry got the giggles (so did Phoebe)...definitely a "natural high."