Animal Reiki for Horses

The Let Animals Lead® method of Animal Reiki can help horses heal in many ways. Because it is essentially a meditative practice with horses, it is easy for anyone to try and is easily practiced by a novice. The stronger our own peaceful state of mind is, the better responses we’ll see from our horses. CLICK HERE for a guided audio course on Kathleen’s highly rated book, Heart To Heart With Horses.

Check out the following articles to find out how to help the horses you love with Reiki!

Equine Reiki: peaceful healing for you and your horse

Learning Reiki for your horses is learning to meditate with your horses for healing. But in a bigger sense, Reiki is a spiritual system cultivating compassionate intention, which in turn brings about healing transformation. The name Reiki, pronounced “ray-key,” comes from the Japanese words “rei” meaning spirit and “ki” meaning energy. It is usually translated as “universal life energy.” While we often hear about the surface practices of Reiki as a “hands-on healing” modality for helping our horses heal bumps and bruises, the deeper teachings of Reiki are about healing of …
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Simple equine Reiki for powerful rehab results

“In difficulty there is opportunity.” -Ray Hunt If you love to ride as much as you love to spend time with your horse, chances are you’ve rehabbed your horse from an injury at one time or another. There are many ingredients to creating a successful journey back to health and soundness, and sharing Reiki with your horse can be very helpful to the healing program. Besides helping you navigate the difficulties of rehabbing with peacefulness, Reiki can give you the opportunity to deepen your bond with your horse! Reiki is a meditative …
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Three Lessons from the Horses of Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary

I had the great pleasure of travelling from my native California to the beautiful U.K. this past September, to teach several Reiki classes at Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary in Essex. Remus is located on 40 beautiful pastoral acres and is home to about 200 farm animals—horses, cows, goats, sheep and donkeys (as well as the resident cats and dogs). Remus’ specialty is in caring for elder animals, and in fact, the world’s oldest horse, Shayne, 52, spends his days very happily grazing there. As an animal Reiki teacher, I find …
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Meditating with Your Horse for Healing

Feelings come and go like clouds in a windy sky. Conscious breathing is my anchor. This quote by Thich Nhat Hanh is a great reminder of the power of meditation, especially when I am with my horse and he is not feeling well. It sounds so simple, and yet in the midst of a health crisis it’s not always so easy to remember to breathe. Recently my older, retired Quarter horse, Shawnee, had fallen and was standing on three legs when I arrived, groaning with each shift of his weight. As …
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Tess Tells Me What Hurts

One of my clients was a beautiful white pony named Tess. As I began the treatment, I introduced myself to Tess and explained that I would be offering her Reiki, with her permission. I stood several feet away since this was her first treatment and I didn’t want to startle her with the new sensation of the energy. After a few minutes, she approached my hands and began sniffing them. It was clear that she felt the energy and was very curious about it. Because she remained standing close to me, …
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Reiki and Riding: Connections and Reflections

In my work with Reiki and animals, I have always had a special relationship with the horses I have connected with. Well, in reality this connection began long before I knew Reiki, at age 5 when I met my first horse. From that day forward I was absolutely captivated, and my life would never be the same! I am most fortunate now to have two beautiful horses, both of whom I also consider important Reiki teachers to me: one retired quarter horse, Shawnee, and an 8-year-old Paint named Kodiak. Kodiak …
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Healing Your Horse With Reiki

I happened to be at the barn one day to visit another horse, when I walked by a stall and was shocked by a distraught mare literally writhing in colic pain. Apparently, the cost of surgery was too high, so the horse’s person had decided to “give her one night” to see if she could heal on her own; otherwise, she was to be put down the following morning. With permission, I took the mare out of her stall and into the arena where she could move around a bit more …
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Lucas Says Not Today

Dearest Lucas, We remember your bright energy and beauty and wish you blessings as your spirit now flies free in light and love. One of the horses I treat on an occasional basis, Lucas, is a beautiful chestnut Thoroughbred. He often loves hands-on Reiki, especially if he has a particular ache or pain that needs special attention. He also is a very opinionated horse and let me know on one occasion that he was not open to Reiki that day. He had recently had dental work and, in the past, when he …
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Reiki and Recovery: The Comeback of Marvelous Max

I first began treating Max, or Marvelous as he is known in the show world, with Reiki in March of 2005. It was at that time that my trainer, Alison, acquired him from a friend and dressage trainer. Little did I know the many obstacles Max had overcome in order to get to this turning point in his life. I only knew that he was extremely sensitive and responsive to energy, and therefore to the Reiki I offered. Reiki is a Japanese system of energy healing, in which the practitioner (in …
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