Hot of the press, this case comes to us just yesterday evening with updates throughout today and all the way from Mexico.
A Canadian student practitioner of ours was witness to an accident involving a car with a dove!
Having rescued the dove and taken it home, he proceeded to work with Myoscen in the way that he had been taught to use the EX735Ag Slider 2 (that he had previously trained with).
Here we have series of videos as he saves the dove’s life with our newly marketed Mysocen.
He had just been over to collect the little device when it happened so this was the first treatment that this little device had made.
Through shock, the dove had lost a number of its feathers so this made it very easy for our practitioner to work.
It was thought also to have suspected broken wings, legs and was bleeding.
Following the first session, the bird’s eyes became more bright, although it was not interested to eat or to drink.
However it was happy to be treated and very gently our practitioner followed his intuition and treated the bird.
This morning after having had a reasonable night and creating quite a mess around the place, the bird, having been worked on again was found drinking water and eating pumpkin seeds!
After its next treating, it walked two metres just to reach the pumpkin seeds, having not been able to walk yesterday at all.
We await the next update… watch this space…
in the meantime watch the videos!!
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