Traumatic situations, such as being
abandoned, placed in a shelter then
adopted can cause fear blocks in
Animal bodies always give clues
about the trauma that’s causing
Fearful emotional blocks can slow down
or halt the body's healing process.
They can also trigger bad behavior,
self-mutilation and addictions such as
overeating or obsessive grooming.
If you've noticed any of these behaviors
or conditions in your pets, painful emotions
from past traumas may be the culprit.
ANIMAL ADOPTION TRAUMA FACTS
1) Any change, especially moving to a
new home, is uncomfortable for animals
and causes them to feel unsafe.
2) Animals often do not openly show
their discomfort in new situations.
3) Their instincts tell them to act unafraid
so they won't be vulnerable to predators.
4) Feeling terrified in a new environment
of strange smells, sights, sounds can
cause wellness issues later in life
ANIMAL BODY-MIND-EMOTIONS CASE STUDY
A puppy had chronic ear infections since
it was taken to its new adoption home
at 8 weeks old. The infections continued
for 1.5 years despite many veterinarian
treatments. I energetically cleared all
the dog's fears.
The ear infections completely cleared up
2 weeks later and never returned.
Complete story with emo-clearing details at
ANIMAL EMOTIONS WHISPERING TIP
Unrelenting ear infections or other ear
conditions are your pet's way of telling
you that it is frightened of stressful sounds.
The sounds may be inside the home, like
being yelled at, scolded or humans arguing.
Noises outside the home, like street repairs,
construction or loud traffic can also stress out a pet.