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Tosca the Horse enjoying his soundbath of the OM and 528hz Tuning Forks
This is Tosca, a beautiful 16 year old horse of my friend Tracy Darke. This was his first tuning following a trauma wound to his left fetlock.
Firstly I used the OM in a counterclockwise motion to release the trauma of the emotion of the initial injury and the upset of his family. Then I soothed the Auric field just gently and softly in a clockwise motion. Tosca responded so well with puffing, chewing, drowsy eyes and went very relaxed. He liked it. He communicated when he had enough.
I then did the 528 tuning fork and focused on the approx 10 inch leg wound. It's dressed but that makes no difference. The Sound vibration will go where it needs to. The vet has told Tracy 3 months, so watch this space. Same protocol, take out the trauma of chi and then put back in. Amazing response from a very special boy. When I left Henry came over in response to the OM. He remembered. The OM sealed the treatment. A very special moment. I love working with animals...its unconditional love. 💜🐎💜
To find out how you can work with tuning forks with your pets.
ANIMAL HEALING USING TUNING FORKS
Debbi uses the Tuning Forks of the Clear, Cleanse, Balance System to your pet, their auric field and chakras. Experiential accounts of using this system with pets, has shown it can help to lessen anxiety, help trauma, ease aches and pains, heal wounds and soothe behavioural issues. Debbi has worked with dogs, cats, horses, tortoise, an elephant and birds, first hand with good effect.
Debbi suggests, "With animals the sound goes where it needs to as the animals just accept the vibrations. When they have had enough, they simply walk away."
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Princess Rosie receiving the weighted OM tuning fork
Robbie receiving Tuning Fork Sound Healing
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Animals, in common with all other living beings, have a chakra system. This system is a complex network of spinning, energy vortices (often called ‘petals’ in Eastern traditions) which run throughout the entire body. Universal energy (Prana, Chi, Ki) flows in and out of the chakras, along the meridian system, into the aura and then finally into the physical body. The energy flows two ways; inward and out. Therefore, every thought, act and emotion affects the chakras and is mirrored in the aura. Likewise, external stimuli, both positive and negative, have an effect on the chakras and leave their mark in the aura (including physical injuries). This is the same for animals and humans alike.
Animals have 8 Major chakras, 21 Minor chakras and 6 Bud chakras. Alongside the seven Major chakras that animals share with humans (Crown, Third Eye, Throat, Heart, Solar Plexus, Sacral and Root), there is another Major chakra which is unique to animals. It is called the Brachial or Key chakra. This chakra was discovered by the world’s foremost, internationally renowned, animal healer, Margrit Coates.
The Brachial chakra is located on either side of the 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 which 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.
The Bud chakras are found one on each foot (pad, paw, hoof, etc) and one on the skin at the base opening of each ear. They are especially receptive to subtle energy vibrations; for example changes in the weather like a thunderstorm, or even impending, major earth events like an earthquake or hurricane. The Bud chakras located in the feet are often used to source areas of energy in the ground which are beneficial to the animal. When they find these areas they may paw the ground before either laying or rolling on the spot (not to be confused with a dog finding something ‘smelly’ to roll in!). Standing on such an area can also help ground an animal.
The 21 Minor chakras in animals are sensory centres and can be found, in among other places, on the nose, tail and ears. Whilst the Bud and Minor chakras are smaller energy centres than the Major ones, they are every bit as important and assist in the function of the Major chakras.
Unsurprisingly, most animals’ senses or instincts are far more finely tuned and sensitive than humans’ (although some animals are more developed than others, like dolphins). As a result, animal chakras are usually far brighter and larger in comparison to ours. Their strong sixth sense emanates from the primary sensory centre; one of the 21 Minor chakras. This is located at the bridge of the nose, below the Third Eye or Brow chakra. Animals are constantly absorbing and computing sensory information; far more so than humans owing to their reliance on instinct for survival. Aside from using the Bud chakras in their feet as mentioned above, they may also be seen rubbing a part of their body against a tree, rolling on the ground or even rubbing up against their fellow animal or human companions to stimulate a chakra. An animal who has suffered from physical, mental or emotional trauma, however, may not always be able to repair the resulting energetic imbalance and this is where we find signs of disease (dis-ease) present. This is where our healing can come into play.
Each chakra corresponds to an aspect of the self; thought, emotion, senses, instinct and so on. Whilst governing the same physical areas, animal chakras have, however, developed or evolved slightly differently from humans’. This can be further defined with differences between domestic and wild animals. For example, you tend to find a more developed Heart chakra in wild animals (strong herd hierarchy) plus a more pronounced Root Chakra (stronger sense of survival). With a wild horse you will see a stronger flight response (Solar Plexus chakra) than in a Thoroughbred, which is a man-made breed. Then we have neutering or castration of domestic animals; which strongly affects the Sacral (or Spleen) chakra.
Minor & Bud Chakras:
21 Minor Chakras
Location: throughout the body
Function: govern the sensory systems. The most important Minor chakra is located at the bridge of the nose, below the eyes (under the Brow or Third Eye chakra – see diagrams).
Location: one on the base of each foot (two in birds) and one at the base of each ear - under the flap, just at the opening
Function: senses, subtle energy receptors
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This is the face of one blissed out pooch, Maxie Woof being forked with the weighted 528 tuning fork. Maxie Woof, Princess Rosie and Radley Bear were queuing up to sit next to me today on my practitioners course. For more details on becoming a certified Sound Practitioner CLICK HERE
Animals really do love the sounds,well most animals anyway. In my observation so far it seems as though the cats like the 528 and the dogs like the OM. People have also used them on birds, snakes, horses, tortoises and many others.
This testimonial is from a lady who came to learn about the tuning forks for herself, however very quickly the dog, Toffee trusted me enough to cuddle into me and allow me to use the forks on her open tumour of her mammary gland. Before our eyes the tumour went from bright red to a pale pink. There appeared to be much less irritiation and Toffee no longer was trying to soothe the area by licking it. Toffee did pass away, it was her time, however her passing was made more comfortable using the sounds.
Testimonial: “Toffee, my 11 year old Pointer three years ago had a massive operation removing a malignant tumour from her mammary gland. This has returned about 5 weeks ago with very bad pain. My vet, who is excellent, treated the pain and then said “palliative care, terminal, two to six months”. I was devastated I took her to Cornwall three weeks ago and met Debbi. As she worked on Toffee with the Tuning Forks, Toffee - who is a very independent dog and pays no attention to strangers – curled up beside Debbi and rolled on to her back as Debbi worked on her with the Tuning Forks. We watched with amazement as the tumour changed colour from angry red and became pale. Now a week later it is still a normal skin colour – and dare I say it – the tumour appears to be a little smaller and much softer! Toffee is more active, happier and feeling better. The tumour may still be terminal, but meanwhile I have a happy, pain-free dog.” PC-H Gloucester, UK
This comes from Ananana who bought a 528 tuning fork in April 2012, I saw her two weeks ago and she has kindly shared with me the results of her cat, Habibi who had fur loss and itching now has a beautiful silky health coat. As a rule the cats like the 528 sounds and dogs like the OM.
The tuning fork frequencies can be used for all animals, birds, snakes, tortoises, fish, little furry animals, horses etc. Always start a fair distance away so you can gauge the reaction first. There have been many experiences reported of owners healing their animals simply by the owners using the tuning forks on themselves and the animals being in their space. This is also especially good for rescue pets.
This is a testimony from Catherine Reed, one of the Ambassadors of Sound who has just done her training. She is a qualified vet nurse and a qualified animal communicator:
Catherine's Testimonial: " I gave Bongo the dog a full solfeggio treatment last Wednesday evening. I've been giving Bongo a weekly treatment with the OM and 528hz Forks for about two months now. I tested with the pendulum that the solfeggio Forks where right to use and I asked each Fork if I needed to take out before putting in. He loved it and went into a very deep sleep and started gently twitching. Normally it takes him time to switch off and relax because he is a bit of a worrier. So to see him quickly go into that healing state was good and the owner couldn't believe her eyes.
Also when I arrived home on the Friday evening after the course, Ollie my dog showed me three images, all to do with his past. It was amazing I've been trying to help him heal from his past but couldn't communicate with him and felt he didn't want to be healed. I think he could see that I had been healed of something from my past which allowed him to show me his past. I asked my pendulum "Is Ollie ready to heal?" "Can I heal Ollie using the sounds?" both answered Yes. On Saturday morning I was going to give myself a treatment using the solfeggio Forks. I asked "Is ollie ready to heal today?" answered Yes. Can I use the Solfeggio Forks on Ollie today?" Answered No. "Can I use the Clear Cleansing Folks on Ollie today?" Answered No. Then I thought owners and pets share feelings, that's how they communicate. So I asked " Can I use the Solfeggio Forks on me but intend the healing for Ollie?" Answer Yes. So I checked all Ollie's Chakra's past and present via my chakra's. (I had done a clear cleansing treatment prior and had checked my own Chakra's past and present and knew that they were all balanced and spinning correctly.) Ollie's present chakra's were okay but his past were not, so I worked on these as he slept next to me on the sofa. It was amazing and then checking them after the treatment, they were all balanced. Amazing, Amazing, Amazing. Ollie has healed and seems a lot happier now. We are both lighter now and our burdens what ever they were have gone forever.
Just one more thing, my animal communication business has become busy, I have had two animal consults since doing your course, and the fear of not having the correct information has completely gone. Which means my communications are more accurate and I am more trusting of what comes through.""
Love to you and the Forks. I feel they are going to show me some great things.
Henry's Testimony by Tracy Darke
I received this testimony from the lovely Tracy Darke this morning. Thank you Tracy for taking on the treatment twice a day. You were the pivitol part of Henry's recovery. 🎶
"One of the ponys I have on loan called Henry who is 23 was taken very ill completely out of the blue...he was very lame but somthing else wasn't quite right about his lameness. It was a weekend so had to call out the emergency vet. She wasn't 100% sure what was causing the lameness but we treated him for Laminitis...then the next day he could only stand on 3 legs, wasn't eating and just not himself. He was on box rest & one morning he didn't even want to get up....the vet came again & thought it "could" be his was suffering from a foot abscess too but couldn't find anything initially on examination...the poor boy was given a pain killing injections for a few days. I really thought he wasn't going to get over this :-( he was so so not himself. I decided to give Debbi a call as I knew she had had some fabulous results with the "forks" & animals. Debbi came to see Henry & gave him some treatment...and showed me what to do with the forks, of course I continued this treatment twice daily.
Eventually between the vet & the farrier it was found Henry did actually have two very deep foot abcess' and Laminitis ...just 3 days after his Forking began.. he was much much more comfortable and on the 4th day whilst I was walking him on the yard to stretch his legs he broke free from me and galloped off around our 4 acre field....from that day forward he just continued to improve and some weeks later was diagnosed with Cushings disease...Henry is now enjoying life again and continues to love the forks. 💙 I feel so blessed to know Debbi and the AWESOME work she does...xx"
Tosca's testimony by Tracy Darke
One again this journey of Tosca's leg is too important not to share. Even if this inspires one person to use sound with their animals then it is so worth it. I make no claims about what it can do for animals per se, yet my research is speaking for itself. So apologies if anyone is offended by the pictures. I have a 1st Class Honours in Tissue Viability and I am amazed at this response. It's incredible in only 3 weeks.
The real commitment came from Tracy Darke who carried on my treatment plan for Tosca brilliantly twice a day for 10-15 minutes. Here is Tracy's testimony.
"Recently my daughter's Horse Tosca seriously cut to his leg due to an accident in his field. The vet came straight away and said it was a very nasty cut and he would have to be on box rest for probably 3 months. The wound could not be stitched as there wasn't enough skin and was on difficult part of his leg .. I didn't hesitate to call on Debbi again. I had read and seen photos of all the wounds that she had treated on humans and the results were amazing, so I thought it's bound to help animals too.
Debbi came to see Tosca & helped him release the trauma from the accident & started the healing process with him. (We have some wonderful video footage of this) Again under her guidance I continue using the Forks once a day..Tosca had daily dressings for 10 days to begin with, we could therefore see on a daily basis the wound improving. The vet was very impressed even on day 3 ( funny that! ...he doesnt really believe in holistic/complimentary medicine.
Tosca is now on dressing changes every 5 days.... yesterday his wound was looking fantastic (dressing had slipped so needed changing) the vet came today and agrees it's looking amazing & hes healing very well. The new skin cells are fantastic. His 3 months box rest could be down to 2 if it continues to heal so well.... the photos speak for themselves in just 5 weeks!!!!!!"