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Feng Shui for Companion Animals
 


Animals can contribute greatly to the life force of a home. They help chi to flow as they move around. But more importantly, they make a place feel more lived in when you come home and provide a focus for our love and attention. This love uplift's your home's energy. But remember, however you choose to arrange your home, make sure that you allow for your beloved companion animals and realize that you are not the only one living there.

Feng Shui consultations are available for your companion animals. Whether they are anxious and not socializing, needing to adjust to a new indoors-only edict, have health concerns, or other issues Feng Shui can help. The placement of your companion animal's bed is of vital importance to help them live in balance with their environment

and achieve maximum energy and health. However, watch out for places where cats love to sleep as they are attracted to the warmth of geopathic stress which is both harmful to them in the long-term but also to their owners. Using color, shape, size and placement of beds and eating bowls we can help create an environment that is both healthy and nurturing for your beloved companion animals.

For specific or more serious health issues please contact your Veterinary. Here is what world renowned Dr Bruce Ferguson, a Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medical doctor, has to say on the use of Feng Shui for Companion Animals:

There are three primary categories for the use of Feng Shui in companion animal veterinary medical applications. They are as follows: 1) Feng Shui principles may be used to create a companion animal's relatively normal environment in which to express its natural behaviors, 2) Feng Shui principles as preventative measures to ensure health and longevity and 3) Feng Shui principles as an adjunct to Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) to treat health disharmonies and disease.

Using Feng Shui principles to allow any of us or our companion animals to live a more harmonious and natural existence is inherent in this ancient health system. Domestic cats, for example are highly visually-oriented predators (note the forward-looking eyes that increase stereoscopic vision and depth perception) that seem to appreciate a good overview of their local area. They are also quite small compared to humans and enjoy direct visual contact as well as rubbing their facial scent glands on their human companions. In order to facilitate both of these behaviors our companion cats benefit from an elevated area of their home on which they may perch, greet and visually survey their world. Some cat caretakers restrict their companion's access to such things as counter-tops. Although each human must decide for themselves which elevated surfaces are to be used by cats or be off-limits, some such surface should be available to our companion cats to allow them to actualize themselves in their world of domesticity.

Cats are also expert at conserving their energy and extracting useful energy from their immediate environments. They have evolved with “natural” heat sources such as the sun and the laps of their human companions. Unfortunately, cats that choose to absorb the heat from a just-used automobile are at great risk for fan-belt injury when the vehicle is re-started. Cats have no evolved system of understanding this potential danger since they did not evolve with cars. Similarly, many of our modern electric appliances emit electromagnetic fields (EMFs) which may be warming. Cats that seek and enjoy the warmth from such EMFs may also suffer the consequences of perturbed immune system function and cancers due to chronic exposure to these EMFs. Thus, the astute companion animal caretaker will use Feng Shui principles to protect both their

animals and themselves from EMFs while still offering cats a warm and comfortable area to rest and enjoy a safe heat source.

Lastly, companion animals that have become ill and are under the healing supervision of a qualified veterinarian may benefit from the application of Feng Shui principles. One of the principles uses the laws of the Five Phases (Wu Xing) to influence health and healing. For example, a cat in kidney failure has injury to the Water Phase (kidney/bladder) and will benefit from bedding of the Water Phase colour (Blue or Black) or the preceding tonifying Metal Phase (White). This relationship can add subtle healing energies while to colour of the Wood Phase (Green) may subtly drain or injure the weak kidneys.

In these three ways the application of Feng Shui principles may benefit the health and longevity of our companion animals.

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