BodyTalk for Animals
DOGS - CATS - HORSES - AND OTHER PETS
Animals Too can Benefit from BodyTalk™
After a few years within the BodyTalk™ System, I was finally able to study the module that covered BodyTalk™ for animals. Loesje Jacobs, Senior BodyTalk™ Instructor and Animal Communicator with Linking Awareness, came to New Zealand. I was so excited, I had taken classes with Loesje before, plus Loesje was also the one that took me through my exams.
I love her for her, and I love what she does for the animals. Her way of looking at the world had quite a big impact on me, and she always felt very special to me in my heart. Over the years, I worked with horses, cats and dogs.
The very first animal that I worked on was a horse. The horse belonged to an already existing client. One day, this client called me up and asked me if I would be willing and able to work with her horse. I said, yes, of course, and was just about to ask what was wrong with the horse when she said, “I am not going to tell you why I would like you to come and have a look at the horse. I want to see what BodyTalk™ can do and what the horse’s consciousness brings up as an imbalance.” I had to chuckle a bit; it wasn't the first time that I was tested to see if what I offered was the real deal. What I didn't tell the client at the time was that I was actually afraid of horses. But I really wanted to do this kind of work, so I needed to make sure I was saying yes to it instead of no. While I was driving there, I connected energetically with the horse.
I did ask it to please be gentle and to not make any sudden movements. When I got there, I realized that I actually had to go into the pen. I took a few deep breaths, and then I went in. I started with my session, and by the second link, I said to the owner of the horse, “It's all about the legs. She is in pain, and something has happened to her legs.” The lady said, “I am glad to hear you say this, because this is exactly why you are here.”
So then, I felt I could ask some questions. I asked how it came to be that the horse was in so much pain. She said they had a new farrier. This farrier worked very differently from the previous one. He didn't listen when my client told him not to mount the Horse’s shoes in a certain way, he did it anyway. Over the next coming days, the horse was limping, and one could see that it was in pain. My client's daughter was unable to ride her horse.
After the session was over, I thanked the horse within my mind. I said, “Thank you for not moving while I was doing this session, I hope you will feel better very soon.” I didn't anticipate it, but in that moment, the horse moved towards me with its head and nudged me very gently.
I knew in that moment that it knew why I was there, and that was its way to say thank you. I checked in with my client a few days later. The horse had made a miraculous recovery, and the daughter was able to ride the horse again.
What followed from there were more amazing healing sessions with many different animals. One Saturday morning, I got an urgent message from my best friend's daughter asking me if I could do a remote session on a horse in Switzerland that was extremely unwell. It had digestive issues, and suspected colic, which can be very dangerous for horses.
I agreed. I asked for a name and a photo, made sure the owner of the horse was giving consent, and then I facilitated a remote BodyTalk™ session for the horse. Within the hour I heard back, there was a rapid improvement, and the fear that everyone was linked into was slowly but surely dissipating.
Over time, I have worked with many different animals. It is a privilege to help our four-legged souls that are so loving, caring, and always there for us.
I would like to give an example about a huge dog named Biggie-Smalls. He was a 5-year-old Bullmastiff – Neo mastiff – Labrador – American Bulldog mix. Biggy’s owner, unfortunately, had died from cancer. The dog got really depressed. So he was brought to me by the wife of the original owner, to have a look at what was going on.
When I saw biggie for the first time, I had big respect, as he was so big and powerful. He was huge! The owner who brought Biggie in was accompanied by a friend. To be very honest, the size of the dog was quite intimidating; never before have I worked with that big a dog. The owner laid down a very big blanket and told the dog to lay down. I just sat there for a bit and energetically linked in with biggie.
He checked me out. He most probably thought, “What does this woman want from me?” Then I started my session. The first thing we were working on was the grief that the dog was carrying. The most interesting part of this was that when we were working on releasing the grief, the dog started to whimper.
Not one eye stayed dry in that room, everyone could feel the sadness of this dog, that his best friend, his mate, was gone. Once biggie realized that I was a friend, he came up to me and made contact with me. He responded really well to the session. Grief is a very heavy emotion. Most probably, he carried both his own and the grief of the family that was left behind.
By the end of the session, the man said, “I can't believe what I just witnessed. I was told that you were working with animals, but I have never seen any dog react and respond the way Biggie did with you. I am in awe! I grew up with dogs, I have been working with dogs all my life. So, if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes, I would not have believed it.”
Biggie and his two friends came back two more times for two more sessions. I do remember when they came back for the second session, biggie just ran up the stairs. He couldn't wait to say hello to me. He is a dog that will stay in my heart and mind because he was such a beautiful animal.
Biggie has now crossed the Rainbow Bridge. I very much hope that he is back with his beloved owner.