I have awesome work, but some weeks are even more fun than others.
Last week was a wonderful combination: on Monday I gave an individual course day: Following your life path. A very long full day in which the past was healed and new ideas were born, both for work and on a personal level. All the good was energetically captured in the aura (human energy field) through all kinds of beautiful exercises, guided meditations and working with timelines and lifelines.
During the break we were able to have lunch in the garden due to the lovely weather. My current favourite sandwich: whole wheat crispy with humus, avocado and tomato was also part of the party.
The 3 days that followed were dominated by a continuation of the Talking to the Other Side course (In this case: talking to your deceased father) and intensive treatments and many telephone (or video) consultations. From young to ‘old’ (sorry Marijke :-)) clients came in a human form.
After that, Friday was reserved as usual for animal consultations. This time for two beautiful Huskies, Maya and Fay.
Since patient confidentiality also applies to animal clients, I can’t say exactly what they came for. What I can say and what is interesting to mention is that one did not like to be touched. So I mainly worked in the aura. And when I honoured that unwritten but clear rule, she came to lie comfortably with me and I was allowed to do whatever was necessary in her aura.
The other found touching a bit stressful, because she had had some less positive experiences with injections at the vet. It was wonderful to see how, after a while of physical treatment, she cuddled up to me and just let me have my way.
Every time I started to work on a new, difficult part, she looked at me for a moment as if to say: is that really necessary? But then I got another lick and I was allowed to continue. When we were done, her whole body was supple and relaxed again.
And very special: you never have to tell animals to drink well after a treatment, just like with people. They do it automatically, so there was a lot of slobbering.
What also strikes me about animals, is that in their bodies they store a lot of experiences, which we as humans do not realize.
Loneliness and separation anxiety, for example, after a divorce or death of a previous owner. Shoulders locked with grief. Necks that barely move can suffer from a trauma that can make them insecure and just like people get into their heads and try to analyse everything in order to do it right. Tails attached to a stiffened tailbone from which the stress drips. So much can go wrong, and it can often be solved relatively easily.
All in all, it was a super week that started with figuring out the life path for someone and finding out: (how) are you on track?
A week that ended with confirmation for me that I am doing exactly what I was born to do. And that is a wonderful feeling.