Help an injured wild animal with Animal Communication, Flower Essences, and More.

by | Apr 9, 2020 | Animal Communication | 1 comment

Chickdee on a branch.
Helping a wild animal who is injured may be a daunting task, especially when you’re not sure what to do.

I once had some roofers at my home putting some gooey tar-based stuff on part of my roof.  A beautiful little bird got stuck in the tar before it dried, and couldn’t free itself.

The roofers were kind enough to get the bird down,   The bird was terrified, and although it could still breathe, it literally died of fear as it lay in my hands, it’s wings stuck to it’s body.

Later on, when I was able to think clearly, I realized that Bach Rescue Remedy (FES Brand:  5 Flower Formula) might have calmed the bird enough to keep it alive longer to get it some help.  I later learned that that Dawn dish liquid is used to remove oil-based substances from wild animals.

Sometimes, all you can do is pray for the animal’s spirit to be taken peacefully and very gently put loving energy around them.

Kittens ourside.A wild kitten crawled into my yard once to die after being hit by a car.

She kept crawling away as I tried to get near her, so I stopped doing that.

Instead, I put peaceful loving energy around her until her spirit was ready to lift off.

I made sure her guides were there, and that she was helped on her way.

Being able to telepathically talk to a wild animal who is injured is valuable, although when the animal is terrified, it may not be able to hear you very well.

Here are some things I recommend doing with flower essences and telepathic communication:

  • Take Rescue Remedy (5 Flower Formula) yourself.    Take as much as you need to get yourself calm.
  • Focus on your breathing until it is slow and calm.
  • Channel the energy of Rescue Remedy to the animal.  To do this, hold the bottle in your hands, connect with the energy, and allow it to flow out your heart chakra and around the energy field of the animal.  Let the animal take in as much as it wants.
  • Softly and gently send simple telepathic messages.  Long complex thoughts will not be easily understood by a panicked, terrified animal in pain.  Send only simple words, feelings, and images.  Keep repeating them over and over, as you are guided to do so.

Calm  …  Peace  …  Safety  …   Help  …  Trust  ….

  • If you plan to capture the animal to take it to a rescue for wildlife, let the animal know that you are bringing it to a safe place where it can be helped.

I recently read an interesting article on what to do when you find injured wildlife and want to help.  There’s a fair amount of important information in the article.  Here’s the link for The Ultimate Wildlife Rescue Guide.  If you put the information from that guide together with telepathic communication and Rescue Remedy (or 5 Flower Formula), you’ll be able to help many animals in the wild.

Swan sitting in a nest.

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1 Comment

  1. Barbara

    Thank you Nedda, I will keep this information. We have mostly lived in rural places. With Rescue we have intuitively used it as you do, and can feel the transfer of energy. Warm wishes to you and your cats, Barbara (in France)

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