And I do mean FIXABLE not just treatable. I am tired of “but the doctor says,” but the vet says”. Vets and doctors think it’s not curable because they are not taking emotional stress and posture into account. And without emotional stress relief and the postural changes that come with that, arthritis IS incurable.
Good posture is not the stand up straight, chest out, throw your shoulders back crap that most of us were taught at school – it’s a beautiful “all joints available for movement in the way they were designed” that looks lovely and straight but has everything to do with beautiful smooth movement.
The most common root cause of arthritis is emotional stress – which causes muscular tension that puts a strain on joints that eventually the body has to send extra reinforcing to – hence the calcification of arthritis.
We have yet another beautiful success story. Lucy from Texas was groaning with pain and distress, could barely stand and was on pain killers from the vet when we started work.
Her owner was herself interested in learning some of the healing work, so these distance healing sessions with me were as much about teaching her, as they were about working on Lucy to claw back each of the stages of degeneration of the severe arthritis she was in.
Yes I have come across the rare person / horse / dog who for some reason seemed too far gone for recovery, but from where she started – groaning and unwilling to move – Lucy here could easily have been one of those and yet look at her now.
The body is able to dissolve the calcification and the horse / dog / person to be filled with zest for life and be pain free again.
There’s lots more than posture that we have to do for recovery – minerals sometimes, changing or adding food sometimes, increasing oxygenation to the cells, even rest is a component in some recoveries – but the biggest part of recovery from arthritis is releasing emotional stress and getting good posture.
If you’re the kind of person who wants to take or give a pill and leave it up to the doctor or vet to do the work, then this kind of approach is not going to suit you. This is for someone who enjoys their own participation in the recovery process. The person needs to find the good posture that comes from an overall sense of mental, emotional and physical well-being. A dog needs to be walked in good posture by a happy person who is in good posture themselves. A horse needs to be worked in a way that releases old stress and tension from their lives and again, having a person working with them towards their OWN mental, emotional and physical well-being makes that so much easier on the horse.
I woke up this morning with this blog about arthritis pouring into my mind and yet here it is, turning full circle towards the Happiness program that we about to start on Sunday 6th November 2016 It’s not surprising really, because the kind of happiness I am talking about, comes from an overall mental, emotional and physical well-being and it’s in THAT place that supposedly impossible healing takes place.
(Don’t worry when you’re reading this – there’s a new on-going Happiness program coming in 2019 – so sign up for the blog and you’re get an email about it.).
So very often our animals mirror the emotional stress and physical tension that comes from our own emotional stress. I couldn’t even count the number of animals that brought their owners into my clinic rooms and the session turned out to be primarily for the owner, while the dog, cat or horse healed happily alongside them.
So… if you need to know how to get relief from stress in such a way that your body is set up for healing, for long term mental, emotional and physical well being – if you want to get at the root cause of arthritic and other health problems for either you or your animals, then grab this Happiness program with both hands and run with it.
The program has all my usual “love this or get your money back” guarantees and there’s even an offer to try the first week for $1 and see if it suits you.
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