Tipu died at 6:35 pm. After the miscarriage yesterday I'd hoped she'd live. Her babies made a sacrifice I thought would save her.
This afternoon the guides suddenly said I should take her to a vet but not any vet I mentioned (later I realised that it was for euthanasia). But soon after I got home and Tipi was so happy to sleep under my legs they changed their mind, and were adamant that I heal her with Aur met, Vanadium, Kali Bich.
Strange but they're transitional metals, ORMUS. I realised she was throwing her body around and had an inkling she might die at 6:15 pm. As late as that!
I'm explaining it because until then she was breathing better with prana. She sigh with a kind of clutching cramp but if I yawned prana on her it would recede. She was breathing hard but not more than dogs in sleep!
Even after 6:15, when I suddenly realised I could no longer draw in prana myself, that something was wrong, I sat up to breathe better and checked my new Hindu calendar app - it was Rahu kala in Shani (Saturn). Still she tried and I tried to get the prana in. When she stopped breathing, my prana flowed easier and I kept breathing it on her.
The trembling began in her legs then flowed up her body and out of her eyes and forehead, leaving pins and needles in my hand over her head and my scalp hair standing on end. It went on for about 20 mins, and then she stretched her hind leg. I got scared I wasn't letting her go and stopped breathing on her.
Death came suddenly but it was not so easy for the last hour. The guides said no to Tarantula, pyrogen & I objected to carbo veg, though she was moving up and down the bed and under my sheet for the last half hour unable to draw prana in breath. She was completely dependent on my prana. They didn't want any remedies at all only prana yawning but settled on Aur met and Vanadium when I got distressed.
Vanadium 10m eased the trembling in the limbs slightly. Aur met 6 cleared my sinuses around the eyes so maybe hers too, but very briefly.
Perhaps these are the remedies for prana to reach the tissues in those with respiratory issues like thunderstorm asthma.
This is the first dying animal that had prana leave from the eyes and forehead, so maybe it aided that?
It's an old eastern tradition to break the crown after death to allow the prana to escape from a high chakra for gurus in some traditions.
Tipu was so gentle she deserves a place among them with a high chakra exit. RIP, my little sweet companion.
I've learnt a few things from Tipu:
1. She and Shilla both got pregnant off-season and had thunderstorm asthma, half- healed childhood distemper.
*These* are the female cats dying of miscarriage and abortion. The males aren't fully healed too - the mating is badly timed.
2. Ulcers and gangrene are from a lack of prana flow. Esp near the spine - Tipu had one at the base of her spine that healed poorly about 6 months ago. These move up the spine because this time it was at the back solar plexus & spreading down the right side.
3. They're also mating poorly because of forgetting their relations. Tipu and Simba didn't realise they were related.
4. Prana yawning can heal the condition like in Rana who barely notices the weather change, but the healer must be very practiced.
5. Prana raises sexual energy. Tipu would never have got pregnant if I didn't half-heal her 8 months ago. If I'd only known, I'd have tried harder to heal her fully in the intervening months!