We have assumed responsibility for the health of our animals because we have removed them from their former natural environments, confined them, and changed their genetics to serve our purposes better.
In their natural environment, animals could obtain the nutrition necessary to fulfill their design purposes. Now they are dependent on us, and that dependence has only grown over time. Horses, which we used to keep on large pastures, are now commonly kept on grassless lots. In the wild, horses could roam large geographic sections of the country, selecting grasses, herbs, and mineral deposits to provide for nutritional needs.
Dogs and cats, who in the recent past have been allowed to roam around our farms scavenging or killing their food, were not dependent on the table scraps we threw them. Nowadays, most live a more confined existence, if not entirely indoors. As a result, dogs and cats are dependent on us for their nutrition.
Our domesticated animals were intentionally bred for specific purposes or particular traits. In utilizing and training animals, whether as beasts of burden, helpers in herding, hunting companions, or for transportation, the incidence of emotional trauma has increased.
We have consciously brought our animals along as fellow travelers in our lives, and, as a result, their problems mirror ours. The foods we provide them have become more and more removed from what nature provided them, and their health has suffered as ours has.
So, just as the Morter HealthSystem is helping improve the health of mankind worldwide, so is Animal B.E.S.T. doing the same for our beloved animals. When B.E.S.T. is used with animals or humans, balance is what we endeavor to accomplish. We balance the internal environment (achieve homeostasis) so that all the organs are synchronized with each other and, at the same time, appropriate for the survival of the individual or animal within its external environment.
With animals, as with humans, we must look to the cause of the interference and address that cause. With animals, it’s their environment – past or present. You must update the environment and the memory to present need. Animals have “bushwhack” experiences just as humans do. So, balancing the body energetically and physically will chart a course toward true and vibrant health. And, by applying the Animal B.E.S.T. system, you will see miracles!
Join us for this amazing Animal B.E.S.T. program LIVE at beautiful Morter Farm, June 10-12! The class is already filling up, so call our office today for information and register at 800.874.1478.