Nature can be seen expressing herself just by looking.
Symptoms are the natural language of your pet’s body.
It seems intuitive to work with nature and in accord with the body.
So why don’t more people listen to symptoms and work with them?
Once we learn about the exquisite effectiveness and elegance of doing so we don’t want to stop.
But there’s a problem.
It’s not easy at first. No one likes something different or difficult.
But the learning curve is short.
At first, learning to recognize and use symptoms is like a foreign language.
But it gets much easier. And natural.
Speaking the native language is always the most effective way to communicate. You can give your pet a better life by communicating more effectively. Better communication usually equates to better treatment outcomes.
Recognizing, respecting and using the language of symptoms allows you to understand your pet’s health better than any laboratory test.
In the US and some other younger cultures, Vitality (aka Chi, Prana, the Life Force) is seen as an old and out dated concept. But adopting it can transform health care. And save you thousands of dollars.
Vitalism in medicine was discarded along with the advent of the modern scientific methods. But holistic veterinarians understand that the vital force allows the body to function.
So how effective could this old concept really be?
Some of the cultures that still use this concept are among the most long-lived around the world. Recognizing and working through symptoms is what allows the traditional (but not the “modern”) doctors in China to only charge patients for keeping you healthy. Wellness care. Not dis-ease treatment.
If you get sick, traditional doctors in China feel they have failed at their job. They only get paid if they keep you healthy.
You too can become more effective in your wellness care and dis-ease management. Listen to and respect your pet’s symptoms. Help your pets today by learning the language of their bodies. You don’t need medical training to listen to it. Read this article for the exact ways to understand and record your pet’s symptoms.
Stay balanced and connected.