supporting healthy human-animal relationships
Tandem Tunings™ are biofield tuning sessions for both animals and their people, consisting of individual sessions that tune the animal, the person, and the relationship. (if you have arrived directly to this page, I recommend reading about biofield tuning first)
The Tandem Tuning™ protocol developed out of 2 things:
1) my love of animals, and desire to find a way to give back to them just a fraction of what they so unconditionally give us
2) a deepening understanding of the role they play in our lives. We are so intertwined - physically, emotionally, spiritually - that any
challenges we are experiencing with our animals, are often related to our own challenges.
Animals are sentient beings who have their own traumatic experiences and, therefore, distortion in their own biofields. They are usually very receptive to tuning, and can receive the work easily because they are generally so present, tuned in, and clear of any filters.
However, we also know that they will often take on some aspect of our personal challenges - sometimes physical, sometimes emotional. Sometimes they simply act as mirrors. This is part of their gift to us but it can also lead to physical, emotional and behavioral issues for them that need to be addressed.
In addition, there is research suggesting that not only do people have core wounds (part of human development), but animals do, as well.
And it is possible that we come together to work through similar issues, to heal and evolve through those wounds together.
So, although we can tune the animal alone, if the issue is related in any way to their person, it will be challenging to clear unless the person gets clear and balanced as well. Enter Tandem Tuning. A beautiful way to help your animal, and benefit yourself!
How do you tune an animal?
Some animals love having the weighted tuning forks right on the body; for others, it's too intense, as is the sound of the unweighted forks. Some animals can be still for a session, others not. As a result, I often do distance sessions on animals which seems to work equally well. Read more about that here. The protocol is the same as with humans.
How do you know what an animal's core wound might be?
Usually by their behavior. For instance, an aggressive animal is often presenting the core wound of betrayal, usually by someone they knew. That trauma got their intuitive energy center out of whack so they cannot accurately interpret who is potentially dangerous and who is not. Just like our behavior, which is an expression of our own experiences.