A dog experiences healing I wanted to share what happened to my 10 year old Lab/Australian dog name Deva. I noticed that she was beginning to limp holding her left leg up a lot. Upon checking her leg out I found her knee just did not feel right. I knew she had sprained her leg running hard and tripping in a hole in the yard about 4 months earlier. So I called Ann Lally to have her "take a look". I also told Ann Deva was not wanting to eat for the past 3 days and didn't seem very happy. Deva is a love and is always happy! Ann offered to do medical intuit work on Deva and Scaler Wave. I jumped at the chance, as she had helped my 18 year old kitty gain quality of life as she passed a few years back. The next day Deva ate willingly and had a bounce to her step. Her attitude was so much better that I would say she was smiling!! And her limp was about half of what it had been.
I was very delighted and it was obvious that so was Deva. I will continue to have Ann check in on Deva and all of my other wonderful pets to help keep them healthy and happy! --Jenn
----- From fence fighter to joyful walking companion I called Ann because my dog was fence fighting every time we went for a walk and it was making me very anxious to the point where I dreaded taking my dog for a walk. Ann talked with Sunny and and did some tapping on both myself and Sunny. We were both so relaxed after the tapping! Anyway, the next day I took Sunny for a walk... no fence fighting! None. We had a free and easy walk. I was, frankly, astonished because the problem seemed so out of control, but the solution was really very simple. --Stephen
----- Pim the dog adopts a more productive job I adopted a new dog; shortly after she arrived she started digging in the backyard. Both my dog and I talked with Ann and after only a couple of sessions tapping she patrols for rats rather than digging, a wonderful improvment! --Becky
----- Stewie the cat adapts to his new home I adopted a new cat who was extremely unhappy about being in a new home; he peed outside the litter box, hid under the bed and hissed whenever one of us would go near him. I emailed Ann in a near panic. Ann worked with us a few times and soon Stewie was a loving, well-behaved member of the family. The effect wasn't instantaneous, but it was profound. --Cameron
A dying cat and end of life care My beloved cat, AJ, was nearing the end of her life; she was lethargic and appeared to be sad. I had Ann talk with her and do some scalar wave and her mood and general disposition improved dramatically. My cat still died, but I had greater peace of mind with her death because, thanks to Ann, her final days were spent in a happier and more peaceful state of mind. --Nancy