It was a perfect afternoon at the barn: warm, sunny and not a soul in sight! As I walked out to the pasture, I could see horses happily munching away at hay, all at peace with the world. Beautiful green rolling hills. What an idyllic scene. Until I got a little closer and heard one horse repeatedly coughing. This went on for what seemed like a long time. And not your average “I’ve got some grass stuck in my throat” coughing. This horse was sounding uncomfortable. He was projecting a lot of stress energy as well. If you are sensitive, you can feel it, particularly in contrast to the otherwise peaceful setting. The difference in the energy stands out. Read More
Emergency colic surgery. That phrase is enough to strike fear in the hearts of the most experienced equestrian. We can feel so helpless and the situation so far out of our control. The reality, though, is that is only partly true. There is a lot we can do to influence any surgical outcome in a positive way, whether it is a simple dental extraction or a double level anterior interbody cervical fusion. Because everything is energy, we can learn to use the tools of energy healing to support and benefit our horse before, during and after a surgical procedure. Read More
“You have to know the rules before you can break them.” As a kid, this quote was always a puzzle for me, growing up in a law enforcement family. No one ever talked about breaking the rules as a desirable thing. Now I realize that this saying is more about learning structure, before you can operate within that structure in an effortless way. Moving from head to heart. From thinking to being. From control to flow. This is the story of my life. Read More
Fitzgerald, my 31 year old hunter/jumper (retired), had to have his eye surgically removed at the vet school due to complications from uveitis and a corneal ulcer. When he came home, he just stood with his head in the corner of the stall, and had stopped eating and drinking. He had passed a minimal amount of dry manure overnight. He seemed depressed. I was concerned about potential issues with colic.
Having had some good experiences of pain relief from Pranic Healing myself, I asked Liza to do some distance work on him. Around 5:00 pm he brightened up, was much perkier and showed interest in what was going on around him. Then he scarfed down his beet pulp mush, ate his dinner senior feed with gusto and drank a few gallons of water. I checked my email, and Liza had sent a message at 4:30 pm that she had just finished doing distance healing work on him.
The next morning his manure was normal and he was eating and drinking normally. He actually whinnied at me to hurry up and feed him. MUCH better. His eye area healed more quickly than expected, with no complications. He seemed to be completely pain free in about 3 days, and was back to being his normal naughty self. I feel that Pranic Healing helped avoid colic, and really accelerated his recovery. Thank you, Liza.
My Saddlebred mare, Rose, had stepped on a spike that went right into the center of her hoof at least an 1”. I immediately started to soak Rose’s hoof 3 times a day and wrapping it to make sure it was kept as clean as possible, about a week later while I was cleaning her foot, something popped out of the hole, I didn’t like the looks of it, since it was tubular looking, I pushed it back into the hole and had the vet out the next day. He looked at it and started to clean it as if it was like an abscess and out popped tubular material; the vet looked at it closer and told me that it looked like her tendon. He continued to tell me it wasn’t a good thing at all, and that her leg would swell and go all the way up her leg and in the mean time the other leg would be taking her full weight and would do the same. The leg would be all infected and that also would be carried all over.
He suggested I euthanize her. I told him that wasn’t an option.
A few days later I received an email for an introductory class on Pranic healing and I thought to myself, why not go and see what it is all about and try using it on my mare. I went with an open mind and during the class the healer suggested different exercises for the class to do and I was amazed the things I could feel. I did talk with Liza Burney and told her about my mare. I went home and started working on Rose. It really worked, Rose got better and she is now sound and used in my lesson program!!