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I think this would just go here because it doesn’t seem like it ‘fits’ anywhere. I wanted to share my experience in case anyone else was interested in this type of thing.

Yesterday I took Charlie for a resonance repatterning session and I did one also. This whole situation has been really hard on me and I am willing to try almost anything for support.  This is kind of an out there, does this stuff even work, is anything the lady says true sort of thing. It deals with energy fields. I’m sure google can tell you more details on it. 
Dogs can’t understand the ‘placebo effect’ so I feel like he can’t fake his results or such. 

I found the results for charlie interesting, I know all this may need to be taken with a grain of salt so to speak.

He is currently not drinking a lot of water. This session said that Charlie feels like he will lose his identity if he stops not drinking water (so he drinks again) and he loses his leg. 

He was also afraid that we would abandon him after his leg was removed. 

He also was worried that he wouldn’t be accepted by his friends if he was different by having 3 legs. 

He also felt burdened about if it was angel wings time. (we have concluded it is not his time yet)

Charlie also told us he is 100% committed to physical or mental stimulation on alternating days.

He also wanted to focus on breath and wanted me to do a breathing exercise for him. This was interesting because breathing is something that needs to be a focus for me, i don’t breathe enough. My session also indicated I needed a breathing exercise.

She also said that in 4 days (which happens to be his next dr for CT and possibly surgery) charlie will need to be told what his going on. He needs to hear what will be happening to him so he can understand.

This was all pretty interesting. I’m glad that I took him before the surgery. I hope this will “turn off” his fears and worries about having 3 legs. I also hope he will start drinking more water again soon!

I started my session with the intention of focusing on Charlie and the journey and that didn’t even come up. A little odd what did instead but we’ll see how it goes. She said that to ‘feel’ the repatterning part (energy shift) it can take 3-4 weeks sometimes. 

I’m taking my mom’s dog today to see what come up for him.

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Fascinating! I’m so glad you found something that can help you feel more confident about the situation. I’ve never heard of resonance repatterning but found good info here:

Since you’re open to this sort of thing, you may also want to consider meeting with Stacy Krafczyk, one of our favorite animal communicators. 

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