How Does An Animal Go Through A Healing Reaction To Heilkunst Treatment?

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Allyson McQuinn

And we are now live. Aleks, it’s such my pleasure to host you again today. Today we’re talking at Arcanum Holistic Clinic, all about animals and their treatment. And we have many individuals who are interested in working with you. And we’re going to talk a little bit about today about animals and their healing reactions. So maybe we’ll just start and speak generally about what a healing reaction is to start, and then we’ll get specifically into dogs, cats, and horses. Describe for me, yeah, you already know, go.

Aleks

Yeah, I’m excited because I have beautiful stories about healing. I can’t wait to get. Yeah, so the healing reaction truly in the organism, restoring itself to balance after the remedy has cleared out the disease process. And it’s a beautiful, beautiful process, because on the one hand, when it comes to the animal, it’s actually showing us that the remedies are working. And it’s showing us that the animals organism knows exactly where they’re at, at their timeline, they It is so beautiful to watch, really. And probably the most important thing for the owners to know is that the organism never throw the bigger healing reaction than it can handle. And so everything that we see is really meaningful, and, and special. And I always tell people to approach that subject with curiosity, to observe their animal with curiosity, instead of worrying. Because any animal will always bounce back the energy, you’re giving it, the attention you’re given it. So people who tend to worry about their animals, their animals, even things to worry about. If you’re just watching it with curiosity, then they’re gonna give you things that are going to go on, you know, they’re gonna give you insight they’re gonna give you, you know, nice surprises, they’re gonna give you revelation. So really, like, that’s why we have to approach it.

Allyson McQuinn

I totally agree with you. And you’re right, I’m thinking of one particular patient that I have served recently. And you’re right, the moment that we think, Oh, this is concerning, I’m afraid I’m worried. And the animal just starts to exhibit the same kind of stress and worry and anxiety that they owners projecting?

Aleks

Yes, yes. And that is especially true for dog. They will always they will always do that. And then when it comes to raw food change, for example, that is another one that I have noted for all the people that have dealt with over the years that have switched their dogs to raw food, people that were concerned about how it’s going to go, there were all sorts of problems. Animal would either throw up or have diarrhea this would happen if that would happen. If the owner was not concerned, nothing ever happened. Which pain and like I have switched every one of my dogs just cold turkey regardless of age, regardless of health, regardless of anything, because I had so many rescues that almost like I refuse to buy dog food. That’s it the same feeling

Allyson McQuinn

and why do you think our dogs, especially our our mirror?

Aleks

Because our entire world really is the mirror of human physiology. human organism, you could say is the template for the natural world. Now I could talk about this for like two hours. But the human physiology we are all folded space and folded time. And in a way our particular organs represent that folding is how the animals show up in a world with that same powers and forces in time and space being folded in exactly the same way as our organs. Well, a dog is folded exactly the way human heart is. So there is no accident that we say the dog is man’s best friend. There is absolutely no accident. It is because there is the exact resonance in physiology between a dog and then. So that is why dogs will show more than other

Allyson McQuinn

My dog is my human heart. He’s the best part of my love function.

Aleks

Right, right. Yeah, exactly. But he really, you know, just goes really down to two basic physiology when it comes to the forces of the will and the rhythm and the nervous system, the way the exact proportion, the exact interaction of these forces. Heart, canine same thing.

Allyson McQuinn

Yeah, cool. That’s so interesting.

Aleks

Now, you know, we can go, we could go into this subject deeper, maybe another time. But, you know, there is also the flip side to it, which is the wolf is the most hated animal that has ever been in the world, right. And we know that love and hate are really just two sides of the same coin. Because hey, love in different examples. So, you know, dog and a wolf, here you have the animals who have the most and the animals we hate the most. But one actually resonates with the way human heart functions in the daytime, which the dog and the other resume resonate to the way human heart functions at nighttime. That’s the wolf.

Allyson McQuinn

Fascinating.

Aleks

I wrote that in my book.

Allyson McQuinn

Awesome. And Kevin Behan, who also is was from Vermont, he did a lot of research on wolves. Yeah, I know him very well. Yeah, pretty cool. Yeah, on natural dog training and, and such. And so yeah, just to watch that German Shepherd, being really participated with his animus intact, because the understanding of the the wolf and that love, hate or fear, polarity was entirely respected. And I think, you know, the domesticated animal has had so much of that bred out of them, because man is so terrified of that primal of our primal nature,

Aleks

this is where. But we also have to be very careful not to put them in the same basket. Because there is a great polarity between dark in a world, like look at how plastic a dog is, meaning that we have managed to make a dog into all sorts of shapes and sizes, right? From the teacup poodle, to Irish Wolfhound, you know, and everything in between, right? Dog is plastic, like whatever you want him to be, he becomes that. Wolf, you cannot change at all. Before try, right? You know, so this whole story, the dog came out of being domesticated Well, that’s total bullshit. Never happened. So they’re completely different. And in fact, I always speak so against the wolf dog hybrid. Because what you have, you literally have two animals in one body. And neither one is ever happy. A dog is never happy without, he’s never happy with it. And it’s just the, you know, the tragedy and, and the struggle that these animals suffer within, that only comes out in like, you know, in special circumstances, and then you really see it, and then it’s just so incredibly sad. It’s like they should not they should never be make, it’s the same as what happens in a human heart when the walls aren’t working properly. And the vendors and the arterial blood are not meant to happen right into your soul or blood do not mix. At the same role.

Allyson McQuinn

We had a Samoyed that was, I would say, more wolf like than she was domesticated. And all she wanted to do was leave and head to Siberia and kill rabbits on the way. And there was not anything that I could do to convince her of a different way of being there was no way.

Aleks

Yeah, so obviously dogs have this great spectrum, right on how to behave. Because there is always there’s canine traits, just in general. Right. So, so there is that but yeah, and even, you know, it is so rare even that a wolf would accept the dog, you know, so there are those super super rare instances where you know, feral dog joined the wolf pack. But generally speaking, you know, a dog shows up in Oak Park will be killed, like they don’t

Allyson McQuinn

tolerate don’t tolerate it. So we’ve given a dog their first remedy, we’ve, you know, they have their emotional support. Now, their drainage in organ support, you’ve cleared the first event off their timeline, and you get a call 12 to 15 days into the process. What is it that you’re hearing is happening?

Aleks

Ah, yeah, so it depends what event we clear. Yeah. So generally speaking, clearing vaccination will result in some form of detox, most of the time, I’d say most of the time, there will be diarrhea. But like one time, maybe just one time or for one day, and then it will either smell really bad or have a weird color, or there will be there’ll be something really unusual about it or be like super hot. So it’s like dark pools, and you know, the steam is coming off of it or whatnot. That is what I’m seeing most often. Now, another thing that impacts animals greatly the surgery. It’s so interesting. I mean, when you think about it, even for humans, like we know what’s going to happen. But going into that, you know, falling asleep stage is really traumatic. But for animals, it’s even worse. So because they’re like they’re losing control of their breathing, they’re losing control of their right consciousness, but they don’t really know what’s going on. So it’s like, terrifying on steroids. So when they’re recovering, it will be they’ll go through all sorts of things. One very common thing that people don’t think about, is that they’ll go through coughing, gagging, shortness of breath, which could all happen just because of that, I’m losing control on my breath, and because of that, tube pushed down. So you know, don’t expect anyone to cough recovering from a surgery, but they do. Right. So that is one healing reaction that is coming. And another one that happens mostly with females being spayed is, is temporary incontinence. Because when you think about when they’re saying the mother cutting right down the conception meridian, it’s like, really the worst thing you could do on such a such a major major pathway, you know, but to get you know, like dragged down that way. So, that is that is quite common for for females. What else do they go through any like emotional events, grief events, they can become either really aloof, or they can become like super clingy. Oh, and then going, going down the timeline as they as they become younger and younger on their timeline. They will, many times they will be exhibiting behaviors that they exhibited when they were pups. So for example, I remember one dog as she got to her puppyhood. She started sleeping and suckling in her sleep, which obviously she hasn’t done forever, right, but so that’s like really cute. And then sometimes they will show you exactly like what is going through. I remember I treated this one horse. And we went through his gelding surgery equivalent to neutering in dog. And I did warn the owner trainer, what you’re going through. So as you know, he’s acting funny or whatever. I mean, it’s a major shocking event for an animal. So So she said, so what happened is like, the horse was supposed to be ridden. And then the people were calling her like, come over some things wrong with him. And so she comes up he was literally standing with his hind legs completely crossed and would not move. And then she remember that I told her what he was gonna go through. She was like, oh, nevermind, he’s not being ridden today. So yeah, they will show you that that is really the beauty right? When when you see like, Okay, so the remedies are definitely doing their job. And the animals organism, definitely knows what its going through.

Allyson McQuinn

yeah, and clearing our genetic miasms, and Psora. They’ll start biting their paws, for example, because of the itch disease and then day to day excessive scratching almost like excema or dry skin. Tuberculinum they’ll also go through coughing like you said. Medorrhinum, also coughing wet mucus. It’s interesting. I had a dog who’s breeder suffered Medorrhinum, and she suffered blindness. And when we went through Medorrhinum, the dog’s eyes all swelled up and got super glutenated and all kinds of like weeping and the eye is almost looked like they turned inside out. It was the most amazing thing. And like you say, dog. Yeah, go ahead.

Aleks

Well, because dogs can go through ball animals, generally, they can go through healing reaction in response to their own timeline. But many times they will go through a healing reaction in front in response to their owners timeline. Yeah, so for example, this happened to me personally. I had a period in my life where some incompetent ophthalmologists declared that I was going by now I went through like, emotional roller coaster, because at the time, like, my son was two years old. And, you know, all these things are going through my head, I want to see what he looks like when he grows up. And just, you know, just Yeah, I was a basket case, basically, until, like, you know, took matters in my own hands. And obviously, I’m not well, but when I was going to that period on my timeline, one of my dogs went blind. So mind you, I’m just clearing that event. This is years later, I’m clearing that emotional impact in that my dog goes by, for no reason. Just all of a sudden, he’s bumping into everything. And I’m just like, Oh, my God. And then as it passed, for me, it has for him, he will just like show up, I don’t know, for the period of nowhere. So like, Don’t anybody be surprised? You know, if they do that,

Allyson McQuinn

right? It’s fascinating. I again, had a patient with cysts on her was cysts on her ovaries, and the male dog ended up getting a cyst rate on his scrotum on the ureters. And it was like a mirror it was on the exact same size as the side as the patient. Same thing sis on patient had right knee back, the tele issues the dog, same right back patella. Lots and lots of knee issues, arthritic complaints. And we see this all the time. So you’re so right, when we clear it in the dog and or in the patient, the human patient, same thing that the dog resolves, or things temporarily get worse, depending on what phase of the four bit cycle we’re in.

Aleks

Yeah, yeah, it sounds really fascinating to watch. But that is why right? You have to watch periodicity. Right? We can’t get good gear that we can’t, you know, just curiosity projector appearance.

Allyson McQuinn

Yeah, and that’s the thing because in allopathic medicine, whether it’s allopathic veterinary science, or you know, human traditional medicine is that we all have this relationship were related to each other. And it’s, you really miss a divine opportunity to be able to resolve issues in the human but also in the animal dynamically. If you’re just, you know, have the slash and burn medicine, where you’re just cutting stuff out, there’s a big opportunity, you know, missed if we don’t get to have the dynamic healing reactions in company with each other. You know, if you just cut the cyst out, or you just, you know, put salve on the on the sore, you don’t really ever get to understand the underlying cause and meaning, and I think that too, is what the healing reaction is all about is teaching us what really is the anatomy of that symptom or suffering.

Aleks

Right, right. Yeah, it’s really it’s really beautiful and you know, everything the body does have the reason not just because so you know, it gets really removed Think of God.

Allyson McQuinn

We don’t like it or what? Yeah, well, so and it always ends up coming and biting us in the ass. Probably, personally, because it’s always going to come back around just be illustrated in a different way. Because the divine essence of human and animal always wants us to be conscious of the meaning behind suppression.

Aleks

Right. Right. Because at the end of the day, that leaving power cannot be suppressed. Right? It’s just like a river. You don’t just get to block it. It’s gonna find a way around. Yeah,

Allyson McQuinn

well, that. Well. So yeah, and possible healing reactions, you know, panting runny nose, or the tired or overly wakeful diarrhea in the middle of the night on the brand new carpet, fever. Brand new. And even notice, yeah, go ahead. No, no finish. Say that. The other day, I was walking my pup. And he’s doing the first round of genetic mines and said I was clearing syphilis. And it’s I’m training him to actually be able to go off, off lead. So when we come out of the house early in the morning, there’s nobody else in our alleyways as we go down to the main town. And he’s been amazing. Absolutely a mirror. And it’s not something I’ve trained, I just trained him with love. And he’s just, he will mirror me, and he’ll race by and then he stops himself. It’s the cutest thing is little paws dig in, and he stops, and he looks up at me. And then he continues, you know, that he’s really almost like he’s dynamically healing. Like, he just knows that it’s been the most amazing thing. And he’s only only been trained with love, not with any skill on my part. So I just cleared syphilis and remembered that I had cleared something, but I didn’t remember what it was. And he took off. And he never does that. You went up the alleyway. And I went up after him. And I thought, this is interesting. I wonder what we’re clearing and I came back home and I checked, and we’re exactly between 12 and 15 days of having cleared syphilis. And I had sense the tone had changed. Because his behavior was very different from what it has been over several months. And so

Aleks

Sabotage,

Allyson McQuinn

sabotage, exactly. I mean, he did this, he ran across the road, it you know, far enough in front of a car, but I thought that’s not like him. It’s not his typical behavior, because we’ve been working on these skills for, gosh, six months now. So I was super surprised. And when I saw that it was safe, exactly what you’re saying, self sabotage, you know, taking unnecessary risks, near misses, you know, with that particular genetic myozyme. And I thought, Okay, well, we’re going to be back on the lead for the next little while until we’re out the other end of this particular healing reaction. And then he can go back to, you know, the status quo of the so called training.

Aleks

Yeah, so the really cool thing about healing reactions is that, well, we kind of, we know about the direction, that’s one thing that the body will always push things out and down. So from the novel organs out towards the skin from head to tail, and that’s kind of that’s really common and well known. But another thing that is so cool, is that there will always be something super unusual. So, for example, a dog that has high fever should be lethargic. But for example, or you have a dog that’s so hot, like to detach, but he’s running around and playing and eating like nothing’s going on. And you were like yeah, so every time you think this is the healing reaction. Yeah. Or like he can be needed actually. Where dog is completely lethargic, like not moving like for two days now moving, but you look at his eyes. I think they’re bright. They’re engaged, and he’s following you everywhere you know where you are. It’s like this, this or this. Everyday, you see that the odd is like, yeah, there will be something that’s not normal, you know, that, like diseases that way will not behave like that. So there is something out of the ordinary.

Allyson McQuinn

Yeah, well, well said, yeah. When the patient says, well, it looks like a typical Solons. So like a fever. But there’s, it’s not exactly like, it’s the exactly what you’re saying. There’s always a nuance the healing reaction never follows the chronic constant nature of disease. It always has some weird twist of lime or a nuance that doesn’t follow the typical symptom picture.

Aleks

Right, right. Yeah. Oh, it’s like that.

Allyson McQuinn

And with regards, how long do you say to your patients, how long does a typical healing reaction last?

Aleks

So most of them in time, in terms of appearance, most of them will show up from two hours to two weeks after the remedies. It’s like, that’s what their fault, I say 95% of them will fall in that in that one. And then how long they last, they really don’t last that long. That’s a couple of days, most commonly taught. But most of the time, it’s even just like a one instance. Something or one day of something, or a few hours or something. And then they’re, they’re done. So it has never been, like, any kind of a grand, grand project that I can think of really?

Allyson McQuinn

Yeah. And what is your typical advice? What is your typical advice? Not, like, give it so much key that you’re actually creating more anxiety for the animal? Is that, like you say, just to look more at it through curiosity and help to make them comfortable? Yeah,

Aleks

Yeah. Like don’t try to fix it, right? It is, I honestly haven’t seen in an animal that the healing reaction becomes so crazy that we need to remedy it.

Allyson McQuinn

Really,

Aleks

just letting it be passive. In fact, it’s funny in my language, we have the saying, a wound or a dog or a dog if your appeal and it basically telling you let it be. Let it be. Now if it’s something you know, we, you know, to the, to the point of being destructive in some way and we need to remedy of course, you know, they can always reach out to me and we deal with a Grazia haven’t seen it? It’s like basically just let it be. Don’t don’t think they don’t.

Allyson McQuinn

Yep, just remind me how many years you’ve been in practice, Alex. I have an issue with keeping time. I have no gift with keeping time. But I graduated in 2000 and tech. Yeah. Yeah, it’s been a while. It’s been a while. What does that then? Get 1617 years? Yeah. Yep. That’s long enough to have gone through a few healing reactions with 1000s of patients. Right. And even as a student, I was going through them with my own animals. So yeah, so 20 years, then you see?

Aleks

Yeah, pretty much. Yeah. And of course, mine had been more dramatic than any pages.

Allyson McQuinn

Funny, that isn’t

Aleks

Everything that can happen.

Allyson McQuinn

And our stand by my children as well that was true. Right? Yeah. Yeah. All right, my friend wise so appreciate you meeting with me today. I know that patients will so love having really your expertise and your insights and, you know, your reassurance as they go through healing reactions with their own dogs, cats, horses, durables, tortoises, whatever they happen to bring to you for Heilkunst treatment. I love that we had a chance To talk about healing reactions in animals, and today, I’m really interested in going further with you. So in a future webinar, I think it would be super fun to talk about soul spiritual relationship between animal and human and really get into the meat and bones of Heilkunst as it relates to the astral formation of the animal in our lives. Yeah.

Aleks

Yes, yeah. I look forward.

Allyson McQuinn

Yeah, me too. All right, my friend. Adios. Have a really good afternoon and we’ll talk again soon. Thank you for your time. You as well does, Google bye bye honey.

2 thoughts on “How Does An Animal Go Through A Healing Reaction To Heilkunst Treatment?

  1. Jean Vaughan

    What an amazing article – I know nothing about this treatment etc but will search through to learn more. Thank you.
    Jean Vaughan (UK)

  2. reception

    Hi Jean, thank you for your kind reply. Let us know if we can be any assistance to your own furry friends.
    Regards, – Diane Nowlan, Office Manager, Arcanum Wholistic Clinic, info@arcanum.ca

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