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  MOUTH WORK CURBS NEED TO CHEW
Testimonial By: Vivienne Kirkbride        Publish Date: 2005-08-01

LETTER TO PRACTITIONER NIKI ELLIOT

Hi there Niki
 
Thanks so much for the super workshop that you and Kay presented last month.
 
Not having a dog, I have, needless to say, not had much practice although I have been doing a little "rubbing" on my aunt’s dog.  He did seem a little less boisterous the last time I saw him - after a good going over - gums and all.
 
I did, however, decide that I would practice on myself.  Because I am not fully occupied at work I tend to do the next best, chew all day.  Well what do you do for dogs who are out of present time and chew all day - the mouth thing, of course.  Soooo, I decided to rub my mouth every time I needed to chew and did the gums after a good hand scrubbing, and lo and behold, I have noticed that the urge to chew seems to have let up. 
 
Whether this is co-incidence or not I don’t care, that it works, I care.  So if you develop this into a new form for dieting, I’m in on have the proceeds from sales - ha ha.
 
Question - why is it necessary to terminate life of horses that are injured - Durban July in question?
 
Reiki heals bones rapidly; surely the horse fraternity is a little more broadminded, stretching their imaginations further than vets.  Maybe I’m missing something but I can’t see why death is the only way out.
 
Keep me posted on when the horse workshop is. 
 
Love and light
Vivienne Kirkbride

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