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Learn energy healing techniques and apply them to help pets, wild animals, and… other people. Animals are precious. We provide them with safe home, good food, exercise, and lots of love. Could we do any better? How about some energy healing work?
We all need time to relax, reflect and find your bearings. Meditation can provide us the space to do just that.
If you have chickens you might have already discovered that they can create a very relaxing space where you can contemplate.
How to minimise disharmony among chickens.
Chickens will have a pecking order, they will decide who is more important and let those individuals to feed first and take the best place in the sleeping quarters.
Discover the Inner Beauty of Roosters.
If you keep chickens in the suburbs you probably can’t keep roosters. And this is such a pity because roosters are not only beautiful outside but also inside.
Discover How to Build Rapport with Chickens!
To effectively communicate with our family and friends we need to understand them and be understood by them. We have a lot of practice communicating with humans. We have some practice communicating with dogs and cats. But not as much practice communicating with chickens.
How to create an ultimate home for our chicken pets
When we get a pet, we – generally – want to offer them a very comfortable living space and healthy lifestyle.
Have you ever wanted to talk to your pet?… Or perhaps you wanted to exchange greeting with a kangaroo you met on your bush-walk?
Have you wondered what they might say, what they might like to talk about?
What if I told you that they can help you solve your problems?
Some of us believe in love from the first sight… Others might be a little more pragmatic when choosing their mates. After all, if one is making a commitment for life one better enters it not only with the love in their heart but also with the clarity that they can deliver on this commitment.
Once upon the time I was drawn to an item in a shop window. It was a poster with many lines comparing dogs and cats. I only managed to remember one line. It was “Cats rule. Dogs drool.”
We say, we are living in the Information Age. Indeed, information is ubiquitous and easily accessible. This is positive and not so positive. We build new neural pathways in our brains but we can get overwhelmed with the sheer volume of information and have no energy to act upon it.