Saturday, March 25, 2017

Nat Sulph 30 again more strongly

It appears that the energy building up to shift to the forehead chakra involves Nat Sulph.

It eased the breathing of kittens with respiratory problems the day before. This morning, Kenchu a diabetic t1d, drew it inbetween his shoulders, then both his shoulders, down the spine and between his hip joints and in the g-spots. Terrible drawing pain of the sciatica towards the end. All this more strongly than before at 30 potency.

Still the guides don't want it given in food in potency or material doses! Maybe it should build up more?

Burp update - tail wag

Burp was wagging his tail since two evenings ago. Still not in a very good rhythm though.

He had a terrifying breathing issue (like a panic attack) last evening with what looked like the biggest reversal yet - he couldn't straighten his legs and walked in a crouch, got very constipated and peed on his bed, and drank water endlessly.
This is the time for diabetics to worsen and regress, the change over from solar plexus control to forehead towards the end of the solar month,  so I thought it would get worse.

But to my surprise, he's walking all by himself all day today! The transition from will (solar plexus) to imagination (ajna) went through.

This affects the heart chakra  so breathing difficulty, weak legs (as earth energy changes to sky energy), incontinence are to be expected.  This solar wind was wild reaching speeds of over 1000 km/s and worse, dropping (health effects are worse when it falls rather than when it rises).

For the breathing, I pressed down from the tip of the breast bone near the diaphragm a few times (I'd read about it somewhere). He preferred that I scratched him hard all over the chest laying him on his back.

The tail wagging is adding a great deal of balance. He's walked about 500 metres on his own since the morning falling about 12 times!! A real pain to have to follow him around though, just to stand him up. Can't wait for when his self-lifting powers set him free.:)

He still gets tense at the mildest slope and tries to run up losing his balance. It really is all in the mind because if he calmed down, he'd walk up easily! Just a fear and bad notion.

Just like his attacking puppy Julie and getting aggravated when barked at, attacking kittens and the other dogs and then getting scared of them. Now he walks by them quite calmly (if suspiciously:) and even walks up to strangers. Took time though!

All fears will subside and there will come a time he's free. I wish that for him.:)

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Nat Sulph today

22/3 - We're 3/4tha through a solar cycleband they're all drawing nat sulph 30, but not to put in food the guides say. Weird.

Severe pain in my throat from 30x. It must be a salivary gland or tonsil but deep down spreading to my ear. Good I didn't give it to the animals. Higher or lower may be better.

Burp's WALKING!!

22/3 He's walking 3 ft - 5 ft in his own before he lists and falls to a side. Also he rushes with his front legs, that makes his left drag and he falls. Another way to fall, I've discovered, is to attempt to hop the back on a hind leg.:)

I'm not able to get him to attempt to stand on his own at the start as yet. The legs are still stretched out in a polio/lathyrus stretch when he falls, but he's scrambling as if to help.

Yesterday he hated falling in a regression that's to typical of this part of the solar cycle. He peed and shat where he was and didn't want to go out.

I was dizzy myself and couldn't see how his state could have been better.

But today he's been yowling and racing out for short stints every hour that I care to take him.

I hold him up by the hair and skin between his hip bones until he's steady and let go as he races off. Not the best solution but I want him to see he's got no crutches.:)

He's even shifting to the side he lists to correct a few times before he gives up! He's so excited and I'm so happy for him.

If it wasn't for his cataract, I'd put him back where he came from in a few weeks so he can go home again. I'd feed him where he was. But with the traffic the way it is and his advanced age, I'm hesitant.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Burp update

18 Mar Burp is now standing for longer periods on his own and barely needing support except to keep his spine from swinging laterally. He also wants to walk out several times a day which is annoying in a happy way.:)

I expected some reversal and it's there.
1. His control of urine has dropped again and he dribbled for 2 days (still a little but not as much).
2. The weaker hind leg rt grew strong for a day, now it's extra weak. There was severe atrophy in both hind legs so it's not unusual.
3. Apis and esp Hydrophobinum brought out an aggravation of the breathing and heart. Fortunately the guides warned ahead of it and picked Crategus because I didn't know what it was that made him so panicky.
4. It dropped quickly to sleep so the irritation of the heart chakra/nerves was mild. Wish I'd tried it and saved the kitten.