What causes illness? This should be the primary question that all health care is based on. So, let’s make this really simple. Illness is caused by toxins. What is a toxin? Anything that is not good for the individual.
Everything that you or your pet is exposed to is either good for you or not good for you. Whether it is the food, water, supplements, drugs, environmental toxins or energy in the household, it can be classified into one of these two categories.
Let’s look at food and see how it can be good or bad for you. If you have done your research, you know by now that feeding a fresh, balanced diet is good for your pet while feeding a highly-processed pet kibble is not. If you are feeding the fresh diet, how do you know if the quality of the fresh food is actually good for your pet or not. Does the meat have hormones in it? Was the animal fed grains that contain glycophosphates? How much stress did the animal have during its life and shortly before it was slaughtered? All of this is stored chemically and energetically in the food. What about the veggies? Are they organic? Are the blueberries filled with insecticides as most of them are?
It doesn’t stop there. What about the people who were caring for the animals and processing the animals? How was their energy? It all goes into the food material that you will be feeding your pet. So, we might opt to feed organic nutrients and that might help, but the government is getting softer and softer for people in the organic farming industry, allowing more toxins to be included in their products. And, the energy of the people working with the products is still a major factor and cannot be discounted. Dr. Bruce Lipton, cell biologist at Stanford Medical School, proved that subtle energy has 100 times greater influence on body cells than the chemical influence.
How about your home environment? How many toxins are you and your pet exposed to on a regular basis? What chemicals were used to protect the carpet, furniture, drapes, etc.? What cleansers do you use and are they really non-toxic? How about the energy outside the house that comes in and exposes you and your pets? Where are the power lines, power trash cans, etc.? These emit toxic EMFs that constantly expose you and your pets.
What about your stress energy? Do you constantly worry or have anxiety or depression? These emotions are energetic in nature, become part of your energetic body and in time have deleterious effects on the physical body. This energy is also shared to your pet and can, in time, lead to illness. Is your home a loving home or is there intermittent stress in the home? Bad energy (toxin) is bad energy, no matter where it comes from. And, it doesn’t go away. It becomes a part of the energetic profile of the home environment and the toxic component is always there unless something is done about it.
If we look at the supplements, drugs and other products that we give ourselves and our pets, we have to look at them to determine if they are toxic or not. Are the supplements you give your pet actually good for it? On paper, it might suggest that it is, but for an individual it might not be. If it is not, it goes in the toxic column.
I read an article the other day written by a popular holistic veterinarian that was claiming to de-mystify the question as to whether essential oils were toxic to cats or not. She went into detail to explain the typical cat’s physiology and how the liver works and how in her experience she saw evidence that they were not toxic. Her research, admittedly, was anecdotal based on her clinical experience and the feedback from her customers. She owns a pet essential oil company.
The problem is that essential oils are made with phenols and cats are sensitive to phenols. Is the cat likely going to have an immediate adverse reaction to the phenol? Not likely. What about long-term exposure to phenols on a regular basis? Is this going to be a problem? It likely will be? Why? Because in cats, phenol would be categorized as a toxin.
We have seen many, many indications of how “good” products, in the long term, are actually bad for the pet. For years we have over-vaccinated our pets, exposed them to extended released insecticides and over used drugs with harmful side effects. If a vet gives antibiotics for a viral infection, which is not a benefit for the problem, it becomes a toxin because it damages the normal gut microbes and negatively affects the immune system.
So, how can we possibly identify these toxins and do something about them in order to maintain good health and well being? First, we need to become aware of what we are facing. Question everything that you introduce to yourself or your pet. Investigate before you do so. Is this vaccine potentially harmful? Does this drug have adverse side effects that will place it in the toxic category? Is the food that I am eating or that I am feeding my pet good for it? Is my home environment a loving environment is it a source of persistent stress? If so, it is a toxic environment and all who live there will suffer.
How can we begin to detoxify ourselves, our pets and our environment? There are many supplements that function to detoxify the body of toxins such as chemicals, heavy metals and so on. Milk thistle is good for detoxing the liver. Dandelion is good for detoxing the kidneys and activated charcoal is good for detoxing the gut for heavy metals. These are just examples of many options.
For negative environmental energy, it is best to smudge the environment using white sage. This native American tradition does a great job of removing harmful energy. You can find YouTube videos that instruct you how to smudge your home. Be sure to smudge yourself first. I have friends of mine who own several small restaurants. They smudge each restaurant daily before opening.
There are new energetic modalities to identify and eliminate unhealthy energy in the body, for both people and pets. Bioresonance or Biofeedback is a great modality for identifying harmful energy and eliminating it from the energetic body. The device that is used, identifies harmful energy (toxins) ranging from allergens to emotions and then negates the energy so that it will be removed.
Divining is a great way to test food, supplements, drugs and other items that you or your pet encounters. This may be in the form of muscle testing or using a pendulum to determine whether the item is good for the body or not. I teach all of my students how to pendulum test items before giving it to their pet. You can Google how to do this as well.
The tried and true method of ridding toxins from the food that we eat or feed our pet is blessing the food. This simple form of focused intention counters all negative energy in the food. It is a method that simply asks Source energy to make sure that what we are offering ourselves or our pet is in its best interest. That is all we have to do and Source will do the rest.