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Most of the energy systems out there acknowledge seven points of importance. However, ONA acknowledges 12. We see this as a logical progression as our collective awareness has allowed our perceptions to broaden. We also see that, beyond the chakras multi-dimensional structures extend that have much more influence over our health, emotions, and thoughts than do those centers! Over two decades of research into these phenomenon have provided us with the content in this website.
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|How to perform energy therapy on an animal.|
ONA sessions can be performed on plants and animals. They are done for the same reasons as they are for Humans: To assist the being in finding health, peace, and its full potential.
You may perform an ONA session on any being that has given its permission. With plants and animals there is a language gap, but be as sensitive as possible to the being and do not continue if the being seems uncomfortable or distressed with what you are doing. A dog that tucks its tail between its legs and shivers when you come near, is not giving permission for you to approach, much less lay your hands on it. A plant whose health declines after you begin sessions is withdrawing its permission.
As with Humans, there should be a balanced energy flow. Fortunately, this is easy with animals and plants, as generally they return the energy in the form of love willingly and with ease.
You may need to be creative in working out hand positions for animals and plants. Sure, if the animal is shaped more or less like a Human—a chimp or an orangutan, for example—the Human hand positions, learned in Workshop Two, will do perfectly. On the other hand, a horse or cow may be more of a challenge; and it might really take some imagination to work with a tree or an amoeba. With extremes of size, you may need to rely on intent to get your positions in.
There are two basic principles that will not fail you:
Use your intuition to guide your hands to where they are needed. This might take practice, but if you just move your hands to where it feels right, and then move them again when you feel you should, you'll be doing the right thing.
Hands covering ears, fingers pointing forward.
Hands covering shoulders.
Palms to sides of heart area.
Left hand on coccyx, right hand on (or over) genitalia.
Hands on base of skull.
Hands at neck, cradled under chin.
Hands on sides of heart area.
Hands at sides of navel area.
Hands on sides of or near the genitalia. Be aware of animals’ preferences in this area.
Hands around roots.
Hands around leaves.
On large-leaved house plants, each leaf can be cradled in the hands.
On large-leaved outdoor plants, cradle as many individual leaves as seems appropriate.
Hands on ground near base of tree.
Hands around trunk. On large trees, wrap arms around trunk. Make sure your hands make contact.
Hands cradling blossom.
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