Animals are created from the same primordial energy as humans; therefore, as an energy medicine modality, FSM is just as effective for them. Frankly, it is more effective because animals lack the self-induced boundaries and cognitive filters that prohibit healing.
FSM is a powerful tool to help animals who are injured or sick. FSM can be used to treat the same conditions as humans. Following is a list of conditions succesfully remedied with FSM: torn ligaments, torn tendons, surgical wounds, open wounds, gastroenteritis, post-surgical pain & recovery, broken bones, arthritis, disc-generated neurological disfunction (ataxia), disc and facet pain, muscle soreness, inflammation, soft-tissue damage, conjunctivitis, and anesthesia removal. In horses, FSM has facilitated relief from tying-up (muscle cramping), tendon/ligament injury, soft-tissue damage, arthritis, and acute colic.
As with humans, a series of sessions may be necessary to effect long-lasting changes. Please be aware that I am not a veterinarian, and cannot diagnose your animals; rather, I work in conjunction with your veterinary doctor. Please bring your veterinary records and/or a list of diagnoses with you. FSM is safe and can be use alongside any other veterinary modalities.
The Bengston Healing Method is profoundly powerful for animals. Dr. Bengston’s published research with animal populations has shown to be very effective in the remediation of cancer. Dr. Bengston has been conducting research on this form of energy therapy for several decades and has proven the effectiveness of his technique in 10 controlled animal experiments conducted in 5 university biological and medical laboratories. His healing research has produced the first successful full cures of transplanted mammary cancer and methylcholanthrene-induced sarcomas in experimental mice with hands-on techniques that he helped develop. Mice that had successful full cures also had no recurrences of cancer. Please contact Ahimsa Clinic directly to discuss this method and how it may work for your animal(s).