By: Martin Scott, Gael Mariani
Discover how the healing power of crystals can be used to enhance the wellbeing and happiness of the animals in your care.
Crystal healing is as effective and potent a healing art today as it was in the time of the ancient Egyptians. It is even more effective with animals than for humans, and any pet owner or animal caregiver can easily learn to master the basic techniques of choosing and cleansing crystals, dowsing and crystal massage, making crystal essences, and the use of crystal layouts in healing. Crystal Healing for Animals explains these methods in plain and simple language and will be useful for beginners and experienced crystal users alike.
Crystal healing allows us to take an active role in the health of our animal companions, in the sure knowledge that we can do no wrong. Crystals have a healing energy that is powerful and profound, but is completely safe and gentle.
Take a guided tour of thirty of the most commonly used and effective healing crystal and gemstones, showing how you can easily and inexpensively build up a collection that will last a life time and go on providing healing support to your animal friends as the years go by. Animal problems covered include: abuse and trauma, allergies, bereavement and grief, hyperactivity, constipation, inflammation, low immunity, muscle strains and pains, post-surgical recovery, stress, training problems and animal/human relationships, and much more. This book also contains special sections on training and animal rescue, showing the role that crystals can play in this context.
Martin Scott and Gael Mariani are the founders and directors of the Society for Animal Flower Essence Research (S.A.F.E.R). They are the authors and tutors of many courses on natural animal healthcare including the Animal Care College’s Complementary Therapies for Pets. They have lectured internationally on the subject. S.A.F.E.R provides training and education to UK animal welfare charities such as the Cinnamon Trust and RSPCA. Scott and Mariani are Tutors and course writers, Animal Care College; Associates of and advisors to the Canine and Feline Behaviour Association; and Former Fellows of the British Institute of Homeopathy. They are the authors of Bach Flower Remedies for Dogs and Bach Flower Remedies for Cats.