Everything that has been said elsewhere applies: the genome of our pets and animals operates just as ours does and the cells, molecules, and organs communicate just as ours do; the immune system is the engine of health on which we all rely.
However, one feature is a little different: the underlying psyche in our pets is, frequently, quite a bit more evident than in most other people we know. This is where “Psyche” can be called as it is: the spirit or soul presence. Stress is entirely inorganic to all life but our animals recognize that more than we do!
Cats refulgent, cats sublime,
Cats who live a life of crime,
Cats a’wauling, cats galore,
Cats a’plenty by the score,
Little leos leap on chairs,
Mighty moggies race upstairs,
Furry felines feel no fear –
Every cat is welcomed here.
Since our pets and animals cannot generally communicate directly they (and we) experience this as a behavioral response, an anomaly, if we are sufficiently attentive. If not, the effect of unrecognised stress will build up, altering the bio-chemistry of the organism. Thus, conditions for illness and disease can quickly materialise.Our pets are hypersensitive, compared with most humans, when the question of stress related events are considered; they are certainly more susceptible (as well as to CyberScan eeWater!). We may suffer the consequences of moving home, getting divorced, giving birth, lose a family member, suffer illness in the family, all as super stressful yet retain healthy function; but our beloved cat, dog, hamster, budgie or pony experiences such events as apocalyptic!
CyberScan can treat these psychological problems just as explicitly as other, “conventional” illnesses – particularly parasites, round worms, protozoa, liver flukes, tape worms, bacteria and viruses … Outdoor animals, such as horses, ducks, geese, sheep, llama, pigs, hens, rabbit, etc., just the same.
Two important additional comments:
- When pets develop tumors their diseased state is invariably noticed too late, just because they cannot articulate their feelings clearly. Thousands of beloved pets are lost to their owners every year for this single reason.
CyberScan displays an uncommon virtue because it can simply scan for these life threatening diseases on an inexpensive preventive basis.
- Experience in dealing with pet illnesses shows that it is the owners who are frequently in need of attention. The close relationship between pet and owner invariably leads to the pet assuming or trying to mitigate the stress, the root problem or even the disease (which sometimes the owner may not yet realise they have). Two can easily be addressed as one …
Aside from mitigating illnesses and disease in pets and animals CyberScan can:
- Strengthen and balance the immune system
- Alleviate or remove pain
- Reduce stress or de-stress
- Heal wounds (caused by surgery, radiation)
- Reduce healing time for broken bones
- Mitigate the effects of drugs, chemotherapy, etc.
- Comfort the psyche, restoring balance, confidence and wholeness
- A simple, inexpensive, approach to preventative maintenance for your pet
Where eeWater is difficult to administer the CyberScan can (and does) broadcast the Scalar signals crucial to cellular response.
To be sure, CyberScan can readily transform and enrichen the lives of sick pets and animals, just as much as people, and we would wager a bet on the pet, the moreso!
HIS APOLOGIES by Rudyard Kipling
Master, this is Thy Servant. He is rising eight weeks old.
He is mainly Head and Tummy. His legs are uncontrolled.
But Thou hast forgiven his ugliness, and settled him on Thy knee…
Art Thou content with Thy Servant? He is *very* comfy with Thee.
Master, behold a Sinner! He hath committed a wrong.
He hath defiled Thy Premises through being kept in too long.
Wherefore his nose has been rubbed in the dirt and his self- respect has been bruised.
Master, pardon Thy Sinner, and see he is properly loosed.
Master, again Thy Sinner! This that was once Thy Shoe,
He has found and taken and carried aside, as fitting matter to chew.
Now there is neither blacking nor tongue, and the Housemaid has us in tow,
Master, remember Thy Servant is young, and tell her to let him go!
Master, extol Thy Servant, he has met a most Worthy Foe!
There has been fighting all over the Shop — and into the Shop also!
Till cruel umbrellas parted the strife (or I might have been choking him yet),
But Thy Servant has had the Time of his Life — and now shall we call on the vet?
Master, behold Thy Servant! Strange children came to play,
And because they fought to caress him, Thy Servant wentedst away.
But now that the Little Beasts have gone, he has returned to see
(Brushed — with his Sunday collar on) what they left over from tea.
Master, pity Thy Servant! He is deaf and three parts blind.
He cannot catch Thy Commandments. He cannot read Thy Mind.
Oh, leave him not to his loneliness; nor make him that kitten’s scorn.
He hath had no other God than Thee since the year that he was born.
Lord, look down on Thy Servant! Bad things have come to pass.
There is no heat in the midday sun, nor health in the wayside grass.
His bones are full of an old disease — his torments run and increase.
Lord, make haste with Thy Lightnings and grant him a quick release!
by Rudyard Kipling