A magic story about a friendship and the love for all living creatures –
Via the combination of Animal Communication, Reiki, and the Bowen technique – thanks to Anna
In gratitude, I wish to share these magic moments of connection and healing with you.
Sending so many thoughts and thanks to Anna, my loving and patient mentor through years and still in these moments sharing her immense experience so generously!
I have had the pleasure of attending several of Anna’s AC workshops, as well as Reiki here in Denmark together with my close friend, Trillee.
I am now attending the AC Mentorship programme for the 2nd year and loving it more every day! All of the knowledge and skills that Anna shares, as well as the connectedness with fellow participants and their four-legged friends is wonderful.
A while ago, my friend, Trillee, called me when I was in town. (We often work together long distance). There was an emergency: a horse was lying down, not wanting or being able to get up. The horse was owned by a person very special to her, so she was quite upset and touched. The horse was somewhere here on my island, Funen. With Trillee, being over on the west coast, and me in the middle of the island, neither of us were near them.
I wondered, could I help by sending healing/distance Bowen? She would send Reiki and Munay-Ki as well. I was told, that the vet was on his way, too. So, I tuned in, just sat down in the middle of a busy, noisy, shopping center – and there he was – the horse. I did some testing distance, felt a stomach ache, like colic, but not really colic, more like some muscles being tight around his belly, causing the pain. I felt his front line being tight, and his legs not able to carry him, not being able to get up. I did some emergency Bowen, then sensed I had to do something to help him breathe better, so I did some more moves for respiratory. Then I sensed, his sacrum was somewhat unaligned, so I did some moves to help it get back into place.
There was a big change – it felt as if it was all ok now. I then told him that now he should be able to get up. “Come on – you can do it!”, I said to him to encourage him, and that he would be ok. I felt him get up and shake himself, as if to shake it all off, then there was easier breathing. And then there was quiet.
I had seen him as not small, but not that big either. Not just normally brown with black mane and tail, but not black either. Seeing brown, but with a darker touch – a deep, dark brown, like chestnut.
I sent text messages to Trillee to tell her, that I had finished. Then to share what I had done. Trillee had then sent it to the owner. She also shared what she herself had done and felt.
This was such a moving experience for me to get validation. It turned out that he had just that deep, dark, brown color. That when we had worked on him, he had suddenly just stood up and shaken, as if to shake everything off. Then everything was fine, and he got his appetite back. They told me about the sacrum; they shared that he had gotten stuck underneath the hay “basket” and had twisted his leg/hind end.
The daughter, who’s horse it was, had lost another horse last summer, and they shared that seeing the horse on the ground, only briefly lifting his head when she called out and then lying down again, had scared everyone. They worried that the vet might have to put him to sleep, as he was totally weak.
When I spoke to Trillee afterward, it turned out that she had been guided to work on the chest area as well. Getting an update in the evening, he was just fine. He had also been checked by the vet when he arrived in the afternoon.
Now, almost two weeks later, he is still doing fine and enjoying life.
We have planned for me to go visit them “live” to say hello and give him some wellness.
I am looking forward to meeting this very special soul. He was just so very present, being very brave.
I feel so humble to have experienced this miracle – so thank you, Anna, again – for making it possible!
I am feeling grateful for all this to “travel” across species and distances.
Bente of Denmark