Animals cannot tell us in words how they are feeling, but with an understanding of how their body’s energy centres work and knowledge of the healing powers of crystals, you will be able to improve their well-being and health.
Life energy is an invisible force. To give you a better understanding, we will explain the nature and function of three best-known energy systems and how they affect the health and well-being of animals.
Energy descriptors vary between cultures and belief systems; Qi, chi, prana and source are widely recognised words to identify the energy of life.
An animal energy field is much wider than in humans. The aura tends to absorb much more sensory information than humans, which relates to the animal’s natural survival instincts.
When a chakra is out of balance, it will affect aspects of the physical, mental and emotional body. For example, if the chakra is spinning too slowly, a pet may seem more lethargic than usual, whereas if it is spinning too fast, then the pet may not be able to settle and appear on high alert. Either way, if these symptoms are ignored or left, the pet's health will be affected.
If a chakra is blocked or has insufficient energy, then the systems become unbalanced. This imbalance, left over time, can lead to behavioural issues, mental stress or physical disease in the area associated with that chakra. Sometimes chakras are imbalanced following illness or surgery. For example, the sacral chakra is affected when we castrate or neuter domestic animals. To support the animal’s healing and gaining a new balance, additional energy focused on this area of the body would be beneficial.
Although animal chakras are like humans, they do vary in development and have evolved over time to match the conditions of the animal. There are also differences in the strength and size of energy centres between domestic and wild animals. For example, wild animals tend to have a stronger root chakra, as their need for a stronger sense of survival is greater than that of a domestic pet.
Note the brachial chakra is located on either side of the animal’s body, in the area of the shoulders. It is the main energy centre in all animals and links directly to all other chakras. It is the centre that relates to animal-human interaction, and any healing should always begin at this chakra. Animals which have a strong, healthy link with their human companions usually have a vibrant brachial chakra, as it is the centre where the animal-human bond is formed and carried.
Remember if you have an animal who is sick, injured or you think may be unwell, always seek help and advice from a qualified veterinary surgeon in the first instance.
An animal with a balanced chakra system appears calm, happy and settled in its surroundings. It appears healthy and strong. Its eyes are bright, coat in good condition and well nourished.
The term unbalanced can mean an underactive or over-reactive chakra. This often leads to opposite effects. For example, an underactive chakra may present with the animal being lethargic, whereas an over-reactive chakra may show the animal as hyperactive.
Below is a list of common conditions and behaviours associated with an unbalanced chakra system. It is no way exhaustive. As you will see many conditions overlap, so you may have to treat more than one chakra to ensure that the cause of the condition is balanced correctly.
An Unbalanced Brachial Chakra
The animal may have problems related to the…
The animal will be…
Reluctant to be touched
Reluctant to connect
Refuse to connect with other animals or people
Aggressive when approached
Hostile to other animals or people
An Unbalanced Crown Chakra
The animal may have problems related to …
Central and autonomic nervous system
The animal will appear to be …
Reluctant to play with others
Easily ‘wound up’
An Unbalanced Third Eye Chakra
The animal may display problems with …
balance and coordination
It may …
An Unbalanced Throat Chakra
The animal may display problems related to ...
Show a sudden reluctance to follow cue words or direction even though they are well trained
Not respond to your voice or commands
Display more boisterous behaviour towards other animals
Be excessively noisy
An Unbalanced Heart Chakra
The animal may have problems related to the …
They may show …
An unwillingness to interact with other animals
Anxiety when around other animals
An Unbalanced Solar Plexus Chakra
The animal may have problems related to the …
Stomach; digestive system
They may appear …
An Unbalanced Sacral Chakra
The animal may present with problems with their …
They may display …
With boundary issues
Intense frantic behaviours
An Unbalanced Root Chakra
The animal may have problems related to their …
Muscular-skeletal system as a whole
Pads, paws or hooves
They may appear …
To find change difficult
The information above is not meant as a substitute for seeking professional help if you have an animal that is sick, injured or you think is unwell. Always seek help and advice from a qualified veterinary surgeon in the first instance. Crystal healing and chakra balancing are complementary therapies that can be used alongside conventional treatments.
Animals benefit from the powerful healing energies of crystal elixirs as much as humans do. The dosages should vary with the size of the animal. Since you cannot control how much water an animal drinks, you should mix the elixir in a container and fill the animal's water dish from the prepared container.
We suggest mixing one to two drops to a bowl of water to start. Adjust the proportion as necessary up to a maximum of eight to 10 drops over a three to four week period. Should that provide a negligible effect, then the animal is not receptive to that crystal energy and a different elixir should be used.
Dosages and frequency of use for external use of crystal elixirs on pets are relatively easy to determine. Virtually all applications are determined by the size of the animal. A spray from a glass bottle should be used to allow for a fine mist to be applied. Do not over spray. An animal's coat should not be wet. A quick spritz from 10 - 15cm on each side of an animal is sufficient. Do not spray directly in the eyes.
Animals seem to respond with more sensitivity to most elixirs, so a reduced amount can be used.