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Reiki for your horse? Dogs too!

By johnboy - 28 July 2010 24

[First filed: Jul 27, 2010 @ 9:45]

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As seen on a community notice board in the deep south of Canberra.

I have discovered there’s a lot of Reiki advertised on the community notice boards of our fair city. But I believe this is a breakthrough in expanding this essential and expensive service to include horses and dogs.

What’s Your opinion?


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24 Responses to
Reiki for your horse? Dogs too!
androo 5:46 pm 27 Jul 10

I’m not so sure about reiki per-se, but horses do benefit greatly from muscle work and massage, along with chiropractic work.

There are several ‘complementary health’ practitioners in Canberra – http://bushcapital.org.au/?page_id=221 but Sarah isn’t listed… we’ll have to get in touch with her!

Thoroughly Smashed 1:58 pm 27 Jul 10

Assuming that it’s even true.

Erg0 1:54 pm 27 Jul 10

S4anta said :

Bart Cummings does this to his horses, and his record speaks for itself. One of the rare times I would actually comtemplate this hippy new age tree gurgling bollocks.

I hear he also throws in some track work when the Reiki guy has the day off.

Thoroughly Smashed 1:42 pm 27 Jul 10

S4anta said :

Bart Cummings does this to his horses, and his record speaks for itself. One of the rare times I would actually comtemplate this hippy new age tree gurgling bollocks.

You see what you’ve done there is assume causation when only correlation can be demonstrated.

Ari 1:21 pm 27 Jul 10

troll-sniffer said :

I’ve got several 44 gallon drums of old rural grade Reiki energy down behind the woolshed.

You don’t live near Lake George do you? Of late I’ve been buying some of that good stuff from a bloke in the Tarago pub. I suspect he’s been raiding your stash.

S4anta 12:55 pm 27 Jul 10

Bart Cummings does this to his horses, and his record speaks for itself. One of the rare times I would actually comtemplate this hippy new age tree gurgling bollocks.

justin heywood 12:53 pm 27 Jul 10

Johnboy’s post really caught my eye this morning. Reiki sounded like a nice little earner useful alternative modality in the treatment of equine and canine health issues where heavy wallet syndrome pain is indicated.

Since then, I’ve done the online course and I am now a fully accredited Reiki practitioner (it was a slow morning at work). I am now in a position to use my knowledge and experience to treat issues where ‘conventional’ (i.e. treatment by veterinarians and other know-nothings) health care has failed. No need to call me, I can feel your animal’s pain!

And troll-sniffer, you sound like a shonk.

troll-sniffer 12:47 pm 27 Jul 10

Tell me about it! When we were filling the drums back in the sixties some of it got spilt and when the chooks spotted it they gobbled it up. What happened next remains a secret to this day suffice to say that at least one unsolved aviation accident in Australian airspace could have been explained if we had come forward.

astrojax 12:47 pm 27 Jul 10

i was going to get this done to my horses but then found out the feng shui in the stable was all wrong – simply put a mirror where the feed was and bingo! i mean, what the hay?

Mr Evil 12:34 pm 27 Jul 10

troll-sniffer said :

I’ve got several 44 gallon drums of old rural grade Reiki energy down behind the woolshed. I’ve been thinking about selling it off to the local equestrian community in some of the old pint bottles down behind the barn, but I was afraid I would be laughed at for such a ludricous suggestion. Looks like I’m on a winner now though.

Um, are aware that if you are in possession of any quantities of Reiki energy above 100lts, you are required to declare it to the Dept of Primary Industries?

That stuff is dangerous in the wrong hands!

BimboGeek 12:08 pm 27 Jul 10

As for me, I’ve created a new crystal reiki colour healing method. It’s based on intuitive homeopathic ayurveda. I charge 30% more than reiki but it’s charged with double the energy so you really get your money’s worth.

troll-sniffer 12:04 pm 27 Jul 10

I’ve got several 44 gallon drums of old rural grade Reiki energy down behind the woolshed. I’ve been thinking about selling it off to the local equestrian community in some of the old pint bottles down behind the barn, but I was afraid I would be laughed at for such a ludricous suggestion. Looks like I’m on a winner now though.

So, good horse-owning folk of Canberra, why spend hundreds and thousands of your hard-earned cash on natural practitioners such as horse-chiropractors and horse-Reiki purveyors when for just $19.99 plus postage I will send you some fine matured Reiki energy in an organic glass bottle, pre-configured for all horse ailments in one easy treatment. And with our patented EzyReiki applicator, you can apply the energy yourselves, saving a bundle. For more visit http://www.horsereiki.com.au.

Pommy bastard 10:54 am 27 Jul 10

Whatever they are charging, I’ll do it for 30% less, and I guarantee my results.

PT Barnum was so right.

Skidbladnir 10:34 am 27 Jul 10

Reiki for horses, reiki for dogs,
Please, somebody reiki my lawn?

justin heywood 10:31 am 27 Jul 10

Reiki for horses and dogs?

My goldfish is looking a bit peaky – unfortunately the notice doesn’t give a price. Anyway, fish have notoriously short memories so it would be difficult know whether he is feeling any better after treatment.

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