Just like humans, all animals possess a Chakra system, and like humans, have seven active Primary Chakras and up to 21 Minor Chakras. There are also six Bud Chakras, four on the paw pads, and one at each bud of skin at the opening of the ears. The Minor Chakras are considered “sensing” Chakras, as they located in the areas of the animals sensory organs, the tail, nose and ears.
The Bud Chakras in the paw pads are extremely sensitive. Animals feel vibrations through their paws, and often their behavior is affected prior to a coming weather or earth change event. Animals are often stressed prior to a thunderstorm, for instance, because they feel the vibrations and other changes in the air. One well-known geologist watches local newspaper “lost” ads, and when he sees the number of missing pets rise in a potential earthquake zone, he knows that the event is due to happen during a “window” of a certain time period. After the Indonesian tsunami that occurred in December 2004, no deceased animals were found. Why? Because they felt the change in vibrations and were drawn to higher ground. Humans have been alerted to tornadoes and hurricanes because of their pets’ behaviors.
The sensory (Bud) points play an important role in animal behavior. Animals will rub their bodies along the ground, trees, or even people to stimulate the Solar Plexus Chakra, the Root Chakra. The paw pad Buds will lead the animal to harmonious energy spots. When one is found, the animal will lie down on it and the Solar Plexus and Root Chakras will open to draw in the energy. The minor and major Chakras also guide to animal to beneficial energy sources and the paw pad Buds ground the animal to Earth Energy.
There is one little-known Chakra that is found in animals, but not in the human Chakra systems, and that is the Brachial Chakra. The Brachial Chakra is the “key” Chakra that directly affects and permits access to all of the other Chakras. Its location is on either side of the body in the shoulder area. This Chakra plays an important role in the animal/human bond.
When giving healing to an animal, establish your connection through the Brachial Chakra. Then move to the Root Chakra and work your way up the animal’s body to the Crown Chakra. Remember, the Chakras are positioned on either side of the animal’s body, so you may want the pet to lie down on while you do your energy work, sliding your hands as your move along. If the pet is resistant, calm him down by talking to him or petting him before you continue your treatment. I recommend keeping the sessions short in the beginning, not more than 15 minutes. Once the pet is accustomed to the energy, it will welcome its healing treatment and you will be able to work on it longer.