They’ve been in a situation where they had to be cared for by friends and family; although, they have done an amazing job in my absence, my poor girl just seemed to be getting more and more sickly looking every time I came home. At first the consensus was that the hay wasn’t nutritious enough. I then put them on pasture and that helped a bit but Pan was still holding onto that skinny stress of hers. The next attack on skinny was a bucket with rice bran every day. This seemed to help a bit but if I missed one day we were back to square one. Something just wasn’t adding up!
What has happened over the last few days has blown my mind in fact there is so much to share that I’ll have to share the rest in another blog.
As Lianne worked her way through Pans chakras she began to tell the story of her worry and confusion. That her best friend had died but hadn’t left, and she couldn’t understand why I couldn’t see her and that she doesn’t understand what’s going on and why.
Numerous times throughout the first two days of her treatment I had to go outside and have little chats with her explaining what was going on.
Cyndi Bird CEST