Part 2 – How animals take on our issues and illnesses

Here is another example from my own experience  about how animals take on our “stuff”.

I have been doing ballroom dance for about 6 yrs. Last year, I decided to push myself to perform, even though it really scares me to be out in front of people. I had to wear high heels  while performing and I had never  danced in  heels before. I had to order a specific color and style of shoe and  the shoes didn’t arrive until the day of our final practice before the performance. I had had knee surgery on my left knee years ago and was always protective of it and was really, really nervous about dancing in heels for the first time.   I kept asking the angels to protect my knee and to keep me from falling down! I managed to do ok during the practice but did not feel at all ready for the upcoming performance and kept thinking about it.

When I got home from practice, I took my dog, Buddha, and another dog across the street to a park and let them run around, the grass had just been watered and it was dark. After a few minutes I heard a painful yelp and Buddha came limping back, holding his left rear leg in the air. I was hoping he had just tweaked it but after a few days, he was not showing any improvement and  it finally occurred to me to check for trapped emotions in his knee.

He had 3 emotions in his knee –      my fear, my anxiety and his anxiety.   I finally made the correlation between my fears about my left knee and the injury to his left knee and my anxiety about my upcoming dance performance, which he had taken on, along with his anxiety about my emotional state.

Unfortunately, his ACL was partially torn and he took months to recover. I realized once again how important it is not to worry or fear the worst, and if we do, clear those negative emotions!

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Cheryl Cullen

Cheryl Cullen

I have been a certified Emotion Code practitioner since 2012.

I offer sessions for both people and for animals. In-person sessions are available in my office in Seattle, or online sessions around the world via Skype.

I’ve found not only does this practice work for my clients, but I also use it on myself regularly! Imagine what it feels like to be free from all of those trapped old emotional experiences.

Cheryl Cullen

Cheryl Cullen

I have been a certified Emotion Code practitioner since 2012.

I offer sessions for both people and for animals. In-person sessions are available in my office in Seattle, or online sessions around the world via Skype.

I’ve found not only does this practice work for my clients, but I also use it on myself regularly! Imagine what it feels like to be free from all of those trapped old emotional experiences.

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