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Reiki Animal Healing List
What is the Reiki Animal Healing List?
We all like to take care of ourselves, some people like to go to the gym regularly, some like to have a massage, others like a pamper day. Each of these things makes us feel good. Having regular Reiki, even when you are not ill, can help you to feel relaxed and keep the energy unblocked.
Taking care of our animal companions is just as important as taking care of ourselves, as they provide us with some much love and look to us to support them. That is why I decided to include a Reiki Animal Healing List.
It is ideal for animals who have either had a Reiki session or sessions; or those who just feel the need for having some Reiki energy sent to them on a fortnightly basis to help them, on whichever level, Reiki feels their need is greatest. The list is open to humans as well as animal and sent out fortnightly over a course of a month.
Please Note: The healing list is not the same as Full Distance or Hands On Reiki session, so if you are unsure which is best for you or your animal then please contact me to discuss the best options available.
How much does it cost to be on the Reiki Animal Healing List?
I have provided a list of options for being on the list depending on the length of time that you may wish for your animal companion to receive the fortnightly Reiki top up sessions.
1 month – £10
3 months – £25 (saving £5)
6 months – £50 (saving £10)
12 months – £100 (saving £20)
Important Legal Information
The Veterinary Surgery Act 1966 prohibits anyone other than a qualified veterinary surgeon from treating animals, including diagnosis of ailments and giving advice on such diagnosis. However the healing of animals by contact healing, by the laying on of hands and distant healing is legal. The Protection of Animals Act 1911 requires that if an animal clearly needs treatment from a veterinary surgeon the owner must obtain this. To give emergency first aid to animals for the purpose of saving life or relieving pain is permissible under the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1996 Schedule 3. Source: UK Reiki Federation