I gave Reiki to my husband’s car

My husband restores old cars. He has been at a loss recently with an MG which refused all attempts to start it. In desperation he asked me to ‘have a go’ at reiki with it.

I tuned in, and felt  the car was neglected and un-loved. It was just taking up space in the workshop, and had no purpose, and no future- a sad MG.

I was aware of the energy around the car shifting into something much more positive and happier.

The next day, I asked my husband to keep a more positive outlook towards this car himself, and, to his amazement, he  turned the ignition key, and it started first time!

was this a pure coincidence, or had an energy shift moved things on?C, sammy and cars

Reiki in the Stable

A friend of mine had a new horse. He stable was in an old farm building, and since he had arrived, he always stood at the back of the box, and avoided the middle of the bed. The evening I visited, he showed early signs of colic, and was very quiet and subdued, with no movement in his guts. The vet was called, and he relaxed after a while, and back to eating his hay.

My friend’s previous horse had suffered with colic in that stable, and had sadly to be put down outside, in the yard. The next morning, she asked me to tune in to my reiki vibes and see what I sensed in his stable.

I was drawn to stand by the wall on one side, and could sense hooves thrashing against this wall.I had picked up on the energy of her poor horse that had died, but sensed that he did not know what had happened to him, and that he did not know he had passed away.

I sensed another animal in the middle of the stable. I could visualise a large, brown cow, standing in the middle of the box- the spot her current horse avoided. I sensed that this cow also did not know what had happened to her. The stable felt quite crowded, so i spoke to these two, and told them what had happened to them, and mentally led them to the door, showing them the way out. I felt a sense of peace and calm in the stable, and space.

A few days later, my friend called me. her horse was calmer, and had totally changed his behaiour in the stable. He was happy, settled, and was using the whole box, and happily claiming his space in the middle of the stable. Strange, but true.

amadeus web in stable

The Horse and You

The Horse and You Day Course

Thursday 14th September 2017 9.30-4pm

The Claire Lilley Training Centre, Forest Road, Melksham SN12 7RB

The day focuses on gaining a better understanding about the horse and about yourself. No ridden work is involved, but there will be the opportunity to observe them from a distance, and to work more closely with them from the ground if you wish.

Horses mirror our feelings and our unconscious processes- being with them and developing a relationship with a horse is very special. Taking time to really notice what is going on for you in relation to the horse develops self-awareness and helps you to understand how you function.

Learning about how you come across to a horse can influence your own life skills: in relationships for example, how you cope with stressful situations, perhaps in work or sports environments. The possibilities are endless.

Horses are very aware of non-verbal communication- our body language, how calm and confident we are, or not. This applies to all aspects of horsemanship – whether we are riding or handling them, or simply in their presence. They pick up things about ourselves we are not even aware of!

There will be opportunities to ask questions and to discuss what comes up for you, and time will be spent on common issues that can turn horsemanship from a pleasurable experience into a nightmare!

 

Understanding the Horse

  • Psychology of the horse – how horses think and react
  • The horse’s senses
  • The horse’s body language
  • Relating to the horse- how the horse sees you

Understanding yourself

  • Self awareness
  • Body language
  • Posture and Movement
  • Mindfulness

Price £60 per person including beverages. Please bring a packed lunch, and, as we will be outdoors as well as in the stables and the classroom, wear clothing to allow for all types of weather!

Book a place

B&B available locally if accommodation is required.

hen and george field web

 

http://clairelilley.com/the-horse-and-you/