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  HELPING AN INJURED BIRD SURVIVE
Testimonial By: Chris        Publish Date: 2002-02-01

Dear Eugenie,

I am so happy and excited this morning. Yesterday afternoon naughty Casper (my daughter’s Dalmatian) caught a little dove and was playing!!! with it when I saw him. The little one was limp and barely breathing, soaking wet with his saliva and had lost a lot of feathers. One leg seemed to be hurt as well.

I picked it up and immediately started doing little circles with my index finger near where I guessed it’s ears would be  (I was doing Reiki at the same time) and just kept on talking to it very quietly and followed up with circles all over it’s body and down to it’s lame leg and the OK one for an hour or so. It was now dark so popped it into a little nest made in a crate lined with a dog blanket and it seemed to go to sleep in my darkened lounge. My husband and visitors from England all told me I was wasting my time as it was too far gone having seen similar sights before. Young Brian even suggested I put it out of its misery.

At 6 am today I checked the little bird and as soon as it was light about quarter past I took it outside in it’s bed and started talking to it and doing circles again and at half past it just looked at me as if to say I’m OK now shook itself and flew up to the nearest tree. Miracles do happen. Thank you for bringing TTouch to South Africa; from my feathered friends and me. I have lost count of the number of birds I have worked with but this was really special and had to share it with you today.

Love and thanks
From
Chris

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