My dog has been diagnosed with arthritis. I remember that you shared in the workshop that you treated your dog with the Light-Life Tools very successfully. Unfortunately, I don’t remember what tools you’ve used. Would you please let me know?
Christine V., NY
You have a great memory! I had a black lab named Bo, and he was diagnosed with arthritis in 2010. He was only six years old when diagnosed and the doctors wanted to perform surgery. However, after tons of deliberation I determined it wasn’t the right course of action for my furry baby. Right around this time we had come out with a new tool, the Re-Calibrator, which was reported to align our human energy field. I thought: tested by humans, it should work on my dog as well! I put the smallest Re-Calibrator on a 1 Sacred Cubit Light-Life Ring and placed it over my dog’s head. This seemed to provide him with comfort and he wore it as collar everyday until his final breath.
In addition to the new collar we created, I wanted to find additional holistic remedies for my pet. I learned that a cinnamon and honey mix is a great natural antidote for arthritis. Each day I put about a teaspoon of honey and about a ½ teaspoon of cinnamon in some yogurt which Bo gobbled up in no time. I also placed one of our 2 Lost Cubit Seed of Life units under his bed. A few years later I started bring Bo to a pet acupuncturist and that helped a lot as well.
As I’m not a medical professional I can’t guarantee any of these suggestions. However, I do believe they are worth trying if you are interested in finding a holistic action plan for your pet’s health. Arthritis is extremely painful for any animal and unfortunately surgery doesn’t come with any guarantees. I hope you’ll keep me posted on your pet. Bo passed away at the ripe old age of 14 last year. I miss him very much and it feels good to share what worked for him,
I have a fish tank that always seems to collect algae and glow bright green! I’ve tried everything! Do you have any Light-Life Tools that I might try to employ to get rid of the stuff?
Jason S. Boulder, CO
The thing that first comes to mind is Slim telling me of a friend who put Light-Life Rings in her swimming pool and took care of the algae. That would be the least expensive option to try. We also had great results on a much larger scale in the late nineties on the harmful Florida Red Tide. The algae was everywhere and was having a very harmful effect on the environment. You might want to try the same tactics and place an Environmental Harmonizer by your tank and activating your Harmonizer with our Environmental Clearing MP3. If possible, please send me before and after pictures. I’d love to see how this is working for you!
My cat’s labs came back pretty bleak and I’m concerned. The most alarming report was his urine pH levels. Most cats already have a high pH but my baby had lab results that were through the roof. I have him on a new low-carb diet and I’m trying to encourage him to drink more water. Do you have any other suggestions? I live in a high altitude so it’s already easy to become dehydrated. I want to ensure I’m giving my fur baby the best possible care.
Juliette C., Nederland, CO
I’m so sorry to hear about your cat! From what I’ve gathered you aren’t alone. Cats are notorious for having issues with their urinary tracts and you can often find crystals in their bladder. I’m glad you are taking great strides towards a new healthy diet that I’m sure will help tremendously. Another suggestion: potentized water. You may want to purchase our Practitioner Set and offer your kitty potentized water in his water dish. I would start with only a little bit in the beginning to see what type of effect it has on his system. Potentized water is said have wonderful effects on our health and I’m curious to see if it helps your cat as well. Of course, I’m not a medical professional or a vet, so this may be something you want to run by your pet’s primary care physician before making any changes. Please keep me posted on how your pet is doing! I would also put a Sacred Cubit Light-Life Ring around his water and food dish. Animals seem to really like the ‘ringed’ water.