Horse Hypnosis

This is very interesting to see. Acupuncture is a form of healing and as such involves altered states. The subject is relaxed and taken into a state, different from the normal state, where the healing takes place. This is not the way or subject of Medicine, nor is this the aim of the Acupuncture Method. It is a side-effect.

Many, many times in giving a horse acupuncture, persons and animals around will also go to sleep. And in one way this is a blessing as, in any one family, all are affected if any one member of the family is affected, especially in regard to animals. They tend to take on , in their kindness and compassion, the symptoms of the owner. This is called Surrogating. I always say, I treat a horse and a rider for free. Fix the rider and the horse feels much better. This surrogating must always be looked into in treatment. If the rider walks with a right hand limp then the horse will end up with right hand symptoms Always look for the cause.

To do hypnosis. After acupuncture needling of Baihui, Li5, Li12 and “getting Chi’, give horse a little time to let go. Then beginning at eyes move hand slowly backwards and forwards from left eye to right eye. This is called a ‘Pass’ and involves switching brains. All the while you are making the passes you are saying out loud ‘ you are now going to sleep’. Then as this takes effect, slowly do the passes, and move down towards the nose all the time with the intention of putting them to sleep. And then move the passes down towards the ground. Horses head will drop. It seems very funny but do not laugh. Horse is in a very vulnerable state. It allows them to know that they can trust you, and also themselves entering into deeper altered states where their healing can take place. You may like to add some suggestions at this point for performance and ego-strengthening. The funniest thing I have ever seen is when I gave a chook an acupuncture needle into its swollen crop. It sat there completely hypnotized, completely stunned.

Acupuncture for fish (Koi)


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ACUPUNCTURE ON FISH, A FIRST FOR THE WESTERN WORLD!!
Local man Allan Moffatt, is reported to have done Acupuncture on fish at the Koi Farm on Short Cut Road Raleigh.The two large koi called Big Mumma and Lucky responded very well.Wayne from the Koi farm says,“We used a small stretcher in the water to hold them still.”Allan says “I have never put acupuncture needles in a fish before. I have treated many sorts of animals over the past 20 years(specialising in horses) and this was all new to me. I put the needles through the scales in between the vertebra. Immediately they relaxed and you could see their spine straighten. I even gave one some acupuncture pressure massage which I could see she thouroughly enjoyed. This is not a world first as the Japanese has used acupuncture on fish to keep them relaxed while travelling to restaurants, later to be eaten or showed. Every Temple in Japan has its own Koi lake. Koi are considered a sign of luck, they can live up to 300 years old They can reach up to 1.2 mtrs long and weigh over 18 kgs. Originally, 400 years ago they where kept in the bottom of wells and saved as food for winter.
Wayne says they are peaceful beautiful creatures who soon get to know you. Videos and photo’s can be seen at the Koi farm owned by Dan Van Zanten and Wayne Stoves, at 200 Short Cut Road Raleigh Phone 66556604 or 0402614456

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Acupuncture for Downer syndrome in cows

The ascension of the cow story
The cow is very sacred in India. In the western world it had become a
factory animal until 2001 when in England millions of cows were put
down due to ‘foot and mouth’ disease. At this time I was taking a group
through the angel ascension process, a 12 week course. I was called upon
to do acupuncture on a cow on a nearby property. This cow had ‘gone
down’. This is what the farmers (called in Australia ‘cockies’) call this
condition. It happens especially after birthing, the cow cannot get up off
the ground. The ‘cockie’ attitude is, if it has been down for 3 days it won’t
get up, so they shoot it, out of ‘mercy’, or ‘mercenary’. This is the story.
It had already been 10 days when I first came. The lady was providing
feed for her, and water. There was some contention amongst the local
males as to what to do. I said ‘This cow is down because its spirit has
gone down’. I had a feeling maybe this cow is doing this NDE, angel
ascension process too. After a few days I was convinced that it was. I
said ‘this cow won’t get up until such and such a day’, that is how the
process goes. It is called an angel ascension but the spirit must go down
to find the lost soul parts.
We kept its muscles moving and relaxed, and bathed the abscesses that
formed with salt water. The abscesses were the old releasing. On
several occasions they tried to raise the cow using a truss and tractor,
but to no avail.
During this time I had some beautiful insights into the soul nature of a
cow. One day I could see the cosmic energy being drawn in through the
horns, then being transformed in the cow into both milk and manure. In
the manure, this energy is then able to enter into the Earth itself, and
form soil. Here is Heaven, Earth and Cow in between. At this time I
realized the significance of horns, and felt some horny energies such as
sheep, goats, deer, elk, Manitou, even an ancient Celtic god, the one with
branches in his hair. (Cernunnon)
Another day as we went down a grey crane zoomed past my ear and
landed in the cow paddock. The crane is the totem bird of Gabriel. It was
announcing that angel’s presence. Later when I was with the cow, it flew
in a big circle around. It seemed like it was defining the sacredness of the
area. There was such a reverence and awe in the air, yet simplicity too.
After 21 days the cow still had not risen. But it still had gleam in its eyes.
By this time it had become a community affair. There was much talk
about what to do. Some people were having very emotional responses.
One man threatened to shoot her. His emotions were overpowering him.
My prediction had been for the 30th day, but she still did not get up. I
was ready to give up. But the next day we saw that she had moved more
than 20 metres in the night but it didn’t seem like she had dragged
herself. I began needling her (acupuncture) but she butted me away as
if to say ‘I don’t need you’. Then she stood up, very, very shaky at first.
None of us dared to move or speak in case we might distract her. I was
amazed. It was a rare moment, almost a miracle moment. She walked
into the shade but she could only use 3 legs.
I could feel her spirit had returned from the centre of the Earth. What it
had been doing there I did not yet know.
I said in 2 more weeks, as there were 2 more weeks to the NDE process,
she would put her other leg down. All 4 would be on Earth.

Because of my association with the cow and with the Earth I was aware
of a very strong energy which had returned with her which was just
beneath the surface. I wondered how it would get to the surface. Then 9.11
happened and it hit the surface all over the world. This is what really
happened on that day. External events reflect inner events. I said that more
energy was coming and it needed a creative event to occur otherwise it
would happen again. The very next day another plane crashed in New
York. The headlines said ‘144 secs from take-off to disaster’. There was
that 144 again indicating it was a monadic energy that had entered into
Earth and returned. The Earth’s core was being transformed. This monad
is called the ‘Blood Monad’. We will no longer be bound by the ties of
blood. Later Paul Macartney performed a Freedom concert in NY and that
was just the creative event that was needed.
In the meantime the lady farmer said that each time she goes to the cow
it is so happy to see her it exudes a white fluid from her udder that is not
milk. It just drips out1.
As a strange follow-up I noticed that on World Angel Day Oct 7th 2001
a biodynamic farmer dug up 7500 cowhorns (previously buried there).
This was the original number of people who were recorded as missing
after that catastrophe. These horns were near to the place that is
traditionally known as a place of lost souls. The cow horns can somehow
pull in the cosmic energy into the substance in the horns where it is held.
Being in the Earth it can absorb earthly energies as well. I wondered if
they had pulled in the energies from the lost souls as well. These would
now be spread over the land itself, invigorating it.
Two years later The cow gave birth to a beautiful calf. She has a good
supply of milk, and one local lady, who has been drinking it, says her
long term digestive conditions have cleared up. Perhaps it is miracle
milk. The lady farmer said that what she had learned the most in this
whole episode was the significance of sacrifice. ‘The animals have
sacrificed themselves for us and in turn we can serve them’.
Interestingly they wanted to call the calf ‘Violet’ which is the name of
the Monad that is coming in this year (2003). It heals the abandoned and
the forsaken.



How To Clear Up Old Scar Tissue In Horses


by
Allan Moffatt B.Sc., B.Acup.
This really works. And amazingly. It is a technique from the old-fashioned traditions of Chinese Medicine. I have seen it completely clear up the worst scarring, which looked like leather, in two weeks. I am not selling you anything. There is nothing to sell.
You need to get some of what is called moxa rolls from a Chinese store or acupuncturist. It is a herb, mugwort, compressed into long rolls like a cigar. When burned it emits a fragrant pleasant smoke which the horses don’t mind once they get used to it. It burns slowly and has the added advantage of not producing any ashes, so accidental burning is reduced to a minimum. The technique of using the moxa is called moxibustion. Originally it was designed to be used on acupuncture points and sometimes the needles themselves to enhance blood flow, to disperse hardness due to chill or swellings caused by dampness. The warmth moves the chill and the dampness.
Using it will stimulate the self-healing forces to come to an area. This self-healing force is called chi.(Qi). So what you do with scars is bring the lit moxa to about 1” from the scar tissue making sure it is not hot at the skin level just warm.
Then beginning slightly outside the scar make a slow circle around the outside level and then gradually make slow circles towards the inside of the scar to the center then back out again. Continue working this way, outside into centre and back out to outside. Imagine you are drawing something out with the warmth if that helps.
This needs up to twenty minutes each day. You will be amazed. I was.
One time I saw this dreadful scarring on a horse’s inside thigh about two feet diameter. It was black and hard. I taught the owner this technique and he did what I said with enthusiasm and caring. Within one week when I returned it was all new young flesh and when another week had gone by all the hair had grown back. There you go.
This technique can also be used for new scar tissue to speed the healing and prevent scar formation. As moxa stimulates the immune system it can be used lightly with fresh wounds after a certain time to prevent sepsis but one must be careful not to let it get too hot, and also if there is existing inflammation. It is not recommended if there is much inflammation with swelling.
The author Allan Moffatt has trained as a human acupuncturist. He has been practising equine acupuncture with traditional Chinese methods for more than twenty years and has a good understanding of the underlying processes involved. He teaches these via his online courses. He is the author of Equine Acupuncture And Acupressure Reference Manual. available at
www.horse-acupuncture.com

How To Clear Up Old Scar Tissue In Horses


How To Clear Up Old Scar Tissue In Horses

by
Allan Moffatt B.Sc., B.Acup.
This really works. And amazingly. It is a technique from the old-fashioned traditions of Chinese Medicine. I have seen it completely clear up the worst scarring, which looked like leather, in two weeks. I am not selling you anything. There is nothing to sell.
You need to get some of what is called moxa rolls from a Chinese store or acupuncturist. It is a herb, mugwort, compressed into long rolls like a cigar. When burned it emits a fragrant pleasant smoke which the horses don’t mind once they get used to it. It burns slowly and has the added advantage of not producing any ashes, so accidental burning is reduced to a minimum. The technique of using the moxa is called moxibustion. Originally it was designed to be used on acupuncture points and sometimes the needles themselves to enhance blood flow, to disperse hardness due to chill or swellings caused by dampness. The warmth moves the chill and the dampness.
Using it will stimulate the self-healing forces to come to an area. This self-healing force is called chi.(Qi). So what you do with scars is bring the lit moxa to about 1” from the scar tissue making sure it is not hot at the skin level just warm.
Then beginning slightly outside the scar make a slow circle around the outside level and then gradually make slow circles towards the inside of the scar to the center then back out again. Continue working this way, outside into centre and back out to outside. Imagine you are drawing something out with the warmth if that helps.
This needs up to twenty minutes each day. You will be amazed. I was.
One time I saw this dreadful scarring on a horse’s inside thigh about two feet diameter. It was black and hard. I taught the owner this technique and he did what I said with enthusiasm and caring. Within one week when I returned it was all new young flesh and when another week had gone by all the hair had grown back. There you go.
This technique can also be used for new scar tissue to speed the healing and prevent scar formation as in torn tendons. As moxa stimulates the immune system it can be used lightly with fresh wounds after a certain time to prevent sepsis but one must be careful not to let it get too hot, and also if there is existing inflammation. It is not recommended if there is much inflammation with swelling or proud flesh.




The author Allan Moffatt has trained as a human acupuncturist. He has been practising equine acupuncture with traditional Chinese methods for more than twenty years and has a good understanding of the underlying processes involved. He teaches these via his online courses. He is the author of E
quine Acupuncture And Acupressure Reference Manual. available at
www.horse-acupuncture.com