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|Subject:||Crystals to Protect Pets from Negative Energy|
| My dog, a very small terrier, is very energy/entity sensitive. He recently had seizures that there was no discernible medical cause for. I called my best healer friend and put her on the case! It turned out that Mozart, the dog, had been trying to heal my husband and I by taking on the work and personal stress we were experiencing. The problem was, he had no idea how to clear himself and his energy systems were overloading and short circuiting as seizures. He also has been aware of entities in our condo that were coming from some less-than-white-light activities by our downstairs neighbors. Anyway, my friend said she strongly was being guided that he needed amethyst-- to grid his sleeping area with amethyst and to charge his drinking water with it so he could would have a way to clear and recharge himself.|
The funny thing is, he had been trying to steal pieces of amethyst from around the house for months! I had them gridded in each room to help with the energy of the house, and i had to move the grids way up high because he would always know where they were and dig through things to get them! No I know why! My point is this--if you have various crystals already that might work for this, see what your dog responds to. Not every stone can safely charge water, and you REALLY don't want your dog chewing on many stones! But chances are, if your dog has been around crystals and energy work, the dog will have a sense of what he/she needs and will let you know if given the opportunity. He/she may also give clues to crystal placement around the house. (mozart fixates on stones that need to be moved--he won't touch them, he just keeps jumping at it and barking until I move it)
Mozart dog went charging through a pile of things that were moved due to home renovations this week. Turns out a piece of sugilite had fallen off the shelf and onto the floor. Knowing that he will ignore most stones, but pay attention to ones he needs, I got it from him and held it in my fingers as I petted him for a few minutes. He was very content and settled after that.
Good luck with your dog and the entities!
Debbie (Submitted by: Deb on January 22, 2011)
|Sand fleas are so small that they are difficult to see with the naked eye. Also no-see-ums can attack pets outside or in-doors.vanilla will ward those off pets and people. Consider there many be a sound in an octave humans cannot hear bothering them. Crystals on their collars? Be sure they won't hang up on something. (Submitted by: Rhea on July 09, 2010)|
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