Did you know that the health of your pets can be linked to your stress levels and keeping one can help lead to better health? Rachel Augusta, an Advanced Proficiency Healing Touch for Animals practitioner who works with sick animals all over the world, joins YSPM host Kristin Maxwell to explain the symbiotic relationship people share with their pets. Listen in to discover how communicating with your pets sets off a physiological response that is good for both their health and yours!
Hello everyone. Welcome to Your SuperPowered Mind. This is your host, Kristin Maxwell. And in this show, we explore the process of transformation and give you the tools and strategies that you can use to transform your own life.
Today we have a treat. We are taking a slight detour, although only slight, because instead of talking about what we do to help keep our own minds out of depression and anxiety and to build lives that we love, we’re going to be talking about communicating with our pets and how our relationship with our pets and our own mental state impacts them.
We are talking to, Rachel Augusta. Rachel is a Certified Advanced Proficiency Healing Touch for Animals Practitioner. And as a practitioner, Rachel works with animals all over the world who are sick, injured, have a terminal illness or suffer from age-related issues or trauma due to previous abuse. She also has a passion for helping to keep animals and their owners healthy. Rachel has been featured by the New York Times, CNN and BBC, and she has even been on the cover of People Magazine. I can’t wait to ask her about that. Rachel, has her own practice, works in