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Update: November 2019

The Nature Healing Process for Companion Animals

Nature Healing Process Paper

If you have animal companions, you want to know about this process.

In the Nature Healing Process for Companion Animals you work with nature to support your companion animals' health. When it comes to your animals’ health issues, nature is the best and most efficient healing assistant. It's for any companion animal — dog, cat, ferret, hamster, parakeet, box turtle, horse, pot-belly pig, mouse . . . If it's your "pet" and it needs help for any illness, chronic fear or injury and trips to the vet, use this process. Important: In addition to the instructions, you will need ETS for Humans to maintain your balance while working with the process.

The Nature Healing Process for Companion Animals was published in 2013. It improved on and completely replaced the Nature Healing Coning for Animals, which had been helping folks work with nature to assist their animals since the early 1990s. If you own a copy of MAP, look up Chapter 11 in your book. If it says, "Nature Healing Coning for Animals," you need to replace it with the new process.

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A Holiday Tip

If the family dog goes bonkers or trembles in fear when you have guests over, or when you go away for a few days, you can address the issue ahead of time with the Nature Healing Process for Companion Animals. Make the holidays easier on them, too.


Dog and Cat

Your dog and cat also want you to know about:

ETS for Animals
The emergency Solution for all animals. Note: It is not required for the Nature Healing Process.

The Cats and Kittens Solutions Combo

The Dogs and Puppies Solutions Combo


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Don't forget about PIC!

If you would like to know which Perelandra Solutions or Essences would be most helpful for your animal, ask the PIC Classroom.

And if you have an animal that is . . . let's say "challenging" when it comes to administering the drops — or if they need a lot of different Solutions and you want to limit the amount of brandy or vinegar they're getting — then PIC List Testing is the way to go.

(Note: See page 23 of the PIC Booklet for more about testing animals. Also, you do not have to own every bottle to test the PIC List and find out what your animal needs.)

PIC: The Perelandra Information Center Booklet