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My wife and I have 6 dogs which we love dearly. I am hoping to use Huna healing on them as they get injured/sick from time to time. Is there anything different about healing an animal versus a human? Is there a book that discusses this?

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My wife and I have 6 dogs which we love dearly.



What kind of dogs do you have?

I have a cockatiel, and five Bonsai trees. ;-)

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I am hoping to use Huna healing on them as they get injured/sick from time to time. Is there anything different about healing an animal versus a human? Is there a book that discusses this?



Yes; you can use HUNA to help heal your animals; but you should always seek proper healthcare for them in emergency; THEN use HUNA as a supplement.

Yes; healing animals are different for several reasons.

1. Animals do not habe an Uhane. They have an annimalistic self (less evolved than a Unihipili, and the over soul.

2. Since they have no Uhane; they will not have complexes or fixations so the healings will be quicker.

3. the animal will let you know when it has had enough energy, so if it gets up to go; then let it. It will be back for more energy when it needs it.

4. You would use a specific prayer picture when the animal when it is sick. think of it's favorite activity, chasing a cat up a tree, chasing a stick, ball or frisbee, etc then use the prayer picture of it doing it's favorite activity, then send the mana surcharge and prayer picture to the animal's over soul.

I am not aware of a HUNA book that discussing healing animals.

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My wife and I have 6 dogs which we love dearly.



What kind of dogs do you have?

I have a cockatiel, and five Bonsai trees. ;-)



We have a belgian/newfie cross, a terrier, two huskies, a briard, and a rottwieller. I have thought of getting a Bonsai tree emoticon

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I am hoping to use Huna healing on them as they get injured/sick from time to time. Is there anything different about healing an animal versus a human? Is there a book that discusses this?



Yes; you can use HUNA to help heal your animals; but you should always seek proper healthcare for them in emergency; THEN use HUNA as a supplement.


Very good clarification, which is completely in line with what I am planning on doing.

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Yes; healing animals are different for several reasons.

1. Animals do not habe an Uhane. They have an annimalistic self (less evolved than a Unihipili, and the over soul.

2. Since they have no Uhane; they will not have complexes or fixations so the healings will be quicker.

3. the animal will let you know when it has had enough energy, so if it gets up to go; then let it. It will be back for more energy when it needs it.

4. You would use a specific prayer picture when the animal when it is sick. think of it's favorite activity, chasing a cat up a tree, chasing a stick, ball or frisbee, etc then use the prayer picture of it doing it's favorite activity, then send the mana surcharge and prayer picture to the animal's over soul.

I am not aware of a HUNA book that discussing healing animals.

ANL - 2B



Thank you, that information is just what I was looking for.

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We have a belgian/newfie cross, a terrier, two huskies, a briard, and a rottwieller. I have thought of getting a Bonsai tree emoticon



That is some menagerie.

Are they Malamut Huskies? I had a friend about 20 years ago that had a Malamut.

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Very good clarification, which is completely in line with what I am planning on doing.



Always glad to help.

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Thank you, that information is just what I was looking for.



You are welcome to the information.

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We have a belgian/newfie cross, a terrier, two huskies, a briard, and a rottwieller. I have thought of getting a Bonsai tree emoticon



That is some menagerie.

Are they Malamut Huskies? I had a friend about 20 years ago that had a Malamut.



No they are Siberian, about half the size of a Malamute. emoticon
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No they are Siberian, about half the size of a Malamute.



Malamutes are very beautiful animals.

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When I was back in England staying with my parents-in-law, I spent some time sending prayers to say good-bye to our mongrel dog. We had him from a pup when we were in the Middle East, then had to put him through UK Quarantine to take him home with us. He is 13yrs old now and we still love him dearly. Each time we go, we think it could be the last time we see him. This time was particularly difficult. We would have loved to bring him here with us, but he was 10yrs by then, and we felt the move would be too much.

I didn't know if he would understand what I was trying to do, but I felt I had to let him know it was okay for him to go before I next saw him, if that was the way it had to be.

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