When to DIY and when to get extra help.

DIY OR GET HELP?

When do you go DIY and when do you call for extra assistance when helping yourelf and your pets?

There isn’t actually an easy answer to this question. Both options have there merits, for sure.  DIY is on your own terms and very cost effective, whilst getting help brings fast expert assistance.
But first things first, I want to make it really clear that which ever route you choose, you should always see your veterinary consultant if you are concerned about your pet’s well-being. DIY EFT tapping or seeing a holistic therapist / energy healer like myself is complementary to veterinary care, never to be seen as a substitute for it!

I love people trying the tapping for their pets.

I am always encouraging people to try the DIY route of helping their animal friends. I find it’s just so empowering for people to be taking positive action that will help their pet. That’s why I created my free video series ‘Help Your Pet to Heal with EFT Tapping’.

By creating it, I knew that nobody would be left ’empty handed’ and by following along with the videos they would have the tools to help their pets recover from illness or injury and to help themselves to cope with the stress of the situation (and when people cope better, they find it easier to make clearer decisions and move forward with grace and renewed strength).

The EFT tapping is just so simple and tangible that I know anyone can follow along and start to see results …but …

I know the power of working with a skilled practitioner too.

… as an Energy Therapist and Healer who has worked with animals for over 14 years, I also know the difference it makes to work with a specialist.

Energy work (including energy healing and EFT) is a craft, it takes time, experience and confidence to develop the skills needed to know instinctively how to work with a pet for it’s best healing and highest good. There is an art to holding space, to listening, to trusting and following energy. I see the transformation in my clients (both animal and human) and it does go way beyond what self tapping will usually achieve.
Also, for the pet’s person, they often don’t realize the value of getting help themselves, of having an ally and a safe space to reflect, share and heal. Once they experience it, then they understand the deep need they had for that, even though it was often unrealized or brushed aside, as they focused solely on their pets needs.
Yet, I’d never want to disuade anyone from working on their own animals, or on themselves. Working DIY can bring great results and huge relief.

So, how do you choose?

If you are willing and have the confidence to try, it’s always worth trying the tapping for your own pet, you can’t get it wrong and you could get it really right and see immediate benefits.
Yet, if you feel you might not be getting the best results, you aren’t confident about it or you just know you want to get the best help possible for your pet from the start, then ask for help from an expert straight away, You won’t regret it.
I feel priviledged to offer my services to those in need, knowing I can make a huge difference to both their pet’s and their own well-being. So, if you are in need, reach out and get in touch. Maybe I’m just the ally that you and your pet need right now.

If you do go down the DIY route, remember that it takes time to grow your skills, even with easy techniques such as tapping. So don’t expect to be an expert after just tapping for a few days. Your confidence will grow over time and experience is a great teacher. I’m also not such a bad teacher myself and I do offer coaching for those wishing to hone their tapping skills, so you can have the best of both worlds.

To contact me directly, email me at ferris@ferrisjay.com.

To help you boost your confidence with knowing what to say when tapping, an issue I hear about all the time, you might like to watch this video. Click here to watch the video.

In this week’s main video, I share a bit more about this week’s theme. Click here or on the image below to watch the video. (Apologies for the video quality this week, it seems night shoots can be a bit grainy. I still want to share it, as I feel it’s such an important topic to be aware of. It’s certainly one I have strong and mixed feelings about).

Whatever approach you decide on, may it be perfect for you.

If you’d like to share your stories about DIY tapping for yourself or your pets or your views on this topic of whether to do it yourself or to see a professional, tell me in the comments section below.

Thank you.

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