Polarix for animals

36 mm

If you place Polarix on the painful area, the pain subsides and eventually disappears. The animal shows this by its behaviour. Most animals benefit considerably from Polarix and want to keep it at their side at all times. Especially in aging animals, it helps to better tolerate the old-age ailments; they feel less or even no pain, they are more energetic and rest and sleep easier.
Your price: 19,90 €
You can hang Polarix around the animal’s neck. Use the attached cotton cord, which does not interfere with the action of Polarix and the energy field in the neck area. Polarix can also be placed in their bed. They will often move the disc to where it works best for them. And it is quite normal for them to "seize” Polarix and not let us remove it. If you have more animals, each should have their own disc so that there is no need to take it away from them. Otherwise, the same Polarix can be used, if necessary, for all animals. And last but not the least, it can also help us when we experience problems.
When Polarix is placed on a chakra, more prana "flows" into the body. If the animal feels good, we have done a lot to prevent it from getting ill. If the animal does not respond well, you should remove Polarix from the selected chakra. You should try it on different chakras. However, in order to fully protect the animal against disease, Polarix should be placed on all chakras.

Animals have more chakras than humans.

The inflow of more prana can simetimes upset the animal. Therefore, it is recommended to start slowly by initially placing the disc on chakras for just a few minutes. Special care should be taken when placing the disc on the head. Repeat the laying procedure several times a day. If you notice that more prana benefits the animal, you can leave the disc on the selected chakra for longer or hang the disc around the animal’s neck.


ANIMAL CHAKRAS

Animals typically have a much more expansive energy field than humans. They have a strong natural survival instinct; their auras tend to absorb much more energy and sensory information than humans. Animals receive and distribute energy through each individual chakra, which makes them very sensitive to subtle vibrations and atmospheric changes. Most animals have 8 major chakras that play an important role in how they feel and behave. The seven main chakras, the crown chakra, third eye chakra, throat and heart chakra, solar plexus, sacral and the root chakra play the same role as human chakras. In addition to the key brachial chakra and seven main chakras, animals also have a number of minor chakras that are found on the paws, nose, ears and tail.

Brachial primary chakra – »key chakra«

It is associated with the bronchial plexus, an important network of innervation of the head, neck, thorax and four extremities. It serves as an access channel to all other chakras. When treating an animal that is very nervous and will not tolerate being touched anywhere else, this is usually the closest point that we can touch. This chakra is also a centre where the animal-human bond is formed. Therefore, it is very important for channelizing healing energies. The brachial »key« chakra is positioned in the upper shoulder area on either side of the body. It can be found more easily in larger animals, as this part of the body is larger. Hold Polarix over this chakra for a few minutes. The animal’s energy field will immediately sense healing energy from the environment and your own energy, and the rest will follow naturally.
Location: This chakra is located in the shoulder area on either side of the body.

Crown chakra

The life force or spiritual energy of your pet friend radiates through the crown chakra into the aura and connects from there with the universal intelligence. This chakra is located on the top of the head between the ears. Although it is an important chakra through which we heal, it is not always possible to place Polarix on it; especially aggressive, poorly socialised or nervous pets may not like it. Do not place Polarix directly on your pet’s head, if the animal has problems with its head. If your pet rejects the Polarix when you try to touch its head, ask your vet to check if the animal has any physical problems. The effect on the head can also be achieved through the brachial »key« chakra, which is connected to all other chakras.
Location: The crown chakra is located on the top of the head between the ears.

Third Eye (brow) chakra

If your pet tolerates having Polarix on its head, you can use this chakra to bless your pet and help it feel universal love and connect with all nature. When energies start flowing, the animal’s capacity to understand what they truly are is stimulated. The brow chakra is in the centre of the forehead, above the eyes. In stressed, depressive and abused animals, this chakra is completely closed.
Location: This chakra is located between the eyes, just above the nose (in animals it is slightly higher up than it is in humans).

Throat chakra

Everybody who has ever had a pet or has dealt with animals knows that they communicate with us and with one another. Only people use words. Animals communicate with us in a very complex and understandable manner. Their communication is sometimes silent; every day we have to check their wellbeing, health and help them. The simplest way to do this is by the laying on of hands, or much more successfully so with Polarix. Animals send out very strong communication signals and our task is to listen – and this is where chakra healing plays an important role. Polarix placed on this chakra helps to release the trapped energy or excess energy of their frustrated, misunderstood or ignored communication. The throat chakra becomes easily blocked when a pet struggles to communicate a message to those present in its life. Place Polarix on the throat chakra in those animals who have problems interacting with other animals or people and cannot express themselves. Such animals may come from homes where they are abused, locked in or chained for a long time, or from breeding centres where the mother and her puppies are in a room or cage without appropriate socialisation or care. The throat chakra is located at the back of the neck or across the throat, however, we should never hold, touch or grab the animal in this area. Hold your hand with the Polarix slightly below the chakra. Some pets will not like you holding your hand there. This chakra healing helps protect the animal from negative energy that affects the body on the physical, mental and emotional level.
Location: The throat chakra is located below the lower jaw across the neck and at the back at the base of the neck.

Heart chakra

When placing Polarix, the healer’s heart chakra must always be fully open. We must make sure that our heart chakra is balanced before we start energy healing as this is the energy centre through which we give and receive love. The heart chakra is important in transferring spiritual energies from animal to human and vice versa. It is always good to heal through this area, as well as through the solar plexus chakra, before and after any change in the life or daily routine of the pet. The heart chakra must always be addressed in both the mother and its puppy after weaning, before we introduce the animal to new house mates, after a loss of an animal friend or after changing home. This chakra treatment should certainly be given to a new pet that comes into our lives. Through these chakras, pets can get rid of many blockages that would result in tears in humans. Emotions from caretakers associated with grieving and sadness will often affect the pet’s heart chakra. When we place Polarix on the heart chakra, people around often feel they want to cry. Pain, shock, hospitalisation, illness, stress, boredom, psychological and physical abuse and lack of affection block the energy flow through this chakra.
Location: The heart chakra is located at the back above the centre of the chest, and at the front in the area of the heart and chest.

Solar plexus chakra

Pets with digestive problems, overstrained or anxious animals, grieving animals or animals in distress often present with an energy blockage in the area of the solar plexus chakra. Disturbance in this chakra can worsen abdominal problems and causes problems with the behaviour of the animal. This chakra is namely affected by feelings. In stressed out animals, this chakra is completely depleted. When placing Polarix on the solar plexus chakra, the stomach produces growling noises or wind. Placing Polarix on this chakra is very important in chakra healing in working dogs after competitions, when adrenalin is running in the system as the »fight and flight« syndrome often blocks this chakra.
Location: The solar plexus chakra is in the center of the spine between the heart and the sacral chakra (in the upper part of the chest, a few inches back from their front legs).

Sacral chakra

This chakra is connected with the crown and brow chakra through the healing balancing life force that flows through the spine. The sacral chakra is located at the end of the craniosacral system and is thus in harmony with the bodily rhythms. Injuries and head trauma can affect this chakra. The sacral chakra malfunctions in some dogs with strong coat colour tones in which also the face and the mouth (head) are of certain strong coat colour (Rottweilers, Dobermans, German Shepherds, Beaucherons, …) or in overly domineering dogs. A large part of the chaotic emotional and mental energy can be discharged through laying the Polarix on this chakra. The sacral chakra also plays a role in safety and education. Healing of this chakra is especially beneficial for female dogs in heat, pregnant animals and animals with false pregnancy. Animals with spine problems benefit as well from having Polarix placed on this chakra.
Location: This chakra lies in the lower lumber area, between the tail and the middle of the back (on the belly above the genitals).

Root chakra

This is where we exercise healing in order to »ground« our pet or try to bring it »down to earth«. Most animals do not object to having Polarix laid on this chakra. The root chakra is located at the bottom end of the spinal cord, where the tail meets the body. It helps them get rid of the confusion that we created ourselves by lifestyle limitations. Any physical problems, including those of the musculoskeletal system, will upset this chakra. It can also be affected by separation, loss or being weaned too early.
Location: The root chakra is located at the end of the back, at the base of the tail.

You can hang Polarix around the animal’s neck. Use the attached cotton cord, which does not interfere with the action of Polarix and the energy field in the neck area. Polarix can also be placed in their bed. They will often move the disc to where it works best for them. And it is quite normal for them to "seize” Polarix and not let us remove it. If you have more animals, each should have their own disc so that there is no need to take it away from them. Otherwise, the same Polarix can be used, if necessary, for all animals. And last but not the least, it can also help us when we experience problems.
When Polarix is placed on a chakra, more prana "flows" into the body. If the animal feels good, we have done a lot to prevent it from getting ill. If the animal does not respond well, you should remove Polarix from the selected chakra. You should try it on different chakras. However, in order to fully protect the animal against disease, Polarix should be placed on all chakras.

Animals have more chakras than humans.

The inflow of more prana can simetimes upset the animal. Therefore, it is recommended to start slowly by initially placing the disc on chakras for just a few minutes. Special care should be taken when placing the disc on the head. Repeat the laying procedure several times a day. If you notice that more prana benefits the animal, you can leave the disc on the selected chakra for longer or hang the disc around the animal’s neck.


ANIMAL CHAKRAS

Animals typically have a much more expansive energy field than humans. They have a strong natural survival instinct; their auras tend to absorb much more energy and sensory information than humans. Animals receive and distribute energy through each individual chakra, which makes them very sensitive to subtle vibrations and atmospheric changes. Most animals have 8 major chakras that play an important role in how they feel and behave. The seven main chakras, the crown chakra, third eye chakra, throat and heart chakra, solar plexus, sacral and the root chakra play the same role as human chakras. In addition to the key brachial chakra and seven main chakras, animals also have a number of minor chakras that are found on the paws, nose, ears and tail.

Brachial primary chakra – »key chakra«

It is associated with the bronchial plexus, an important network of innervation of the head, neck, thorax and four extremities. It serves as an access channel to all other chakras. When treating an animal that is very nervous and will not tolerate being touched anywhere else, this is usually the closest point that we can touch. This chakra is also a centre where the animal-human bond is formed. Therefore, it is very important for channelizing healing energies. The brachial »key« chakra is positioned in the upper shoulder area on either side of the body. It can be found more easily in larger animals, as this part of the body is larger. Hold Polarix over this chakra for a few minutes. The animal’s energy field will immediately sense healing energy from the environment and your own energy, and the rest will follow naturally.
Location: This chakra is located in the shoulder area on either side of the body.

Crown chakra

The life force or spiritual energy of your pet friend radiates through the crown chakra into the aura and connects from there with the universal intelligence. This chakra is located on the top of the head between the ears. Although it is an important chakra through which we heal, it is not always possible to place Polarix on it; especially aggressive, poorly socialised or nervous pets may not like it. Do not place Polarix directly on your pet’s head, if the animal has problems with its head. If your pet rejects the Polarix when you try to touch its head, ask your vet to check if the animal has any physical problems. The effect on the head can also be achieved through the brachial »key« chakra, which is connected to all other chakras.
Location: The crown chakra is located on the top of the head between the ears.

Third Eye (brow) chakra

If your pet tolerates having Polarix on its head, you can use this chakra to bless your pet and help it feel universal love and connect with all nature. When energies start flowing, the animal’s capacity to understand what they truly are is stimulated. The brow chakra is in the centre of the forehead, above the eyes. In stressed, depressive and abused animals, this chakra is completely closed.
Location: This chakra is located between the eyes, just above the nose (in animals it is slightly higher up than it is in humans).

Throat chakra

Everybody who has ever had a pet or has dealt with animals knows that they communicate with us and with one another. Only people use words. Animals communicate with us in a very complex and understandable manner. Their communication is sometimes silent; every day we have to check their wellbeing, health and help them. The simplest way to do this is by the laying on of hands, or much more successfully so with Polarix. Animals send out very strong communication signals and our task is to listen – and this is where chakra healing plays an important role. Polarix placed on this chakra helps to release the trapped energy or excess energy of their frustrated, misunderstood or ignored communication. The throat chakra becomes easily blocked when a pet struggles to communicate a message to those present in its life. Place Polarix on the throat chakra in those animals who have problems interacting with other animals or people and cannot express themselves. Such animals may come from homes where they are abused, locked in or chained for a long time, or from breeding centres where the mother and her puppies are in a room or cage without appropriate socialisation or care. The throat chakra is located at the back of the neck or across the throat, however, we should never hold, touch or grab the animal in this area. Hold your hand with the Polarix slightly below the chakra. Some pets will not like you holding your hand there. This chakra healing helps protect the animal from negative energy that affects the body on the physical, mental and emotional level.
Location: The throat chakra is located below the lower jaw across the neck and at the back at the base of the neck.

Heart chakra

When placing Polarix, the healer’s heart chakra must always be fully open. We must make sure that our heart chakra is balanced before we start energy healing as this is the energy centre through which we give and receive love. The heart chakra is important in transferring spiritual energies from animal to human and vice versa. It is always good to heal through this area, as well as through the solar plexus chakra, before and after any change in the life or daily routine of the pet. The heart chakra must always be addressed in both the mother and its puppy after weaning, before we introduce the animal to new house mates, after a loss of an animal friend or after changing home. This chakra treatment should certainly be given to a new pet that comes into our lives. Through these chakras, pets can get rid of many blockages that would result in tears in humans. Emotions from caretakers associated with grieving and sadness will often affect the pet’s heart chakra. When we place Polarix on the heart chakra, people around often feel they want to cry. Pain, shock, hospitalisation, illness, stress, boredom, psychological and physical abuse and lack of affection block the energy flow through this chakra.
Location: The heart chakra is located at the back above the centre of the chest, and at the front in the area of the heart and chest.

Solar plexus chakra

Pets with digestive problems, overstrained or anxious animals, grieving animals or animals in distress often present with an energy blockage in the area of the solar plexus chakra. Disturbance in this chakra can worsen abdominal problems and causes problems with the behaviour of the animal. This chakra is namely affected by feelings. In stressed out animals, this chakra is completely depleted. When placing Polarix on the solar plexus chakra, the stomach produces growling noises or wind. Placing Polarix on this chakra is very important in chakra healing in working dogs after competitions, when adrenalin is running in the system as the »fight and flight« syndrome often blocks this chakra.
Location: The solar plexus chakra is in the center of the spine between the heart and the sacral chakra (in the upper part of the chest, a few inches back from their front legs).

Sacral chakra

This chakra is connected with the crown and brow chakra through the healing balancing life force that flows through the spine. The sacral chakra is located at the end of the craniosacral system and is thus in harmony with the bodily rhythms. Injuries and head trauma can affect this chakra. The sacral chakra malfunctions in some dogs with strong coat colour tones in which also the face and the mouth (head) are of certain strong coat colour (Rottweilers, Dobermans, German Shepherds, Beaucherons, …) or in overly domineering dogs. A large part of the chaotic emotional and mental energy can be discharged through laying the Polarix on this chakra. The sacral chakra also plays a role in safety and education. Healing of this chakra is especially beneficial for female dogs in heat, pregnant animals and animals with false pregnancy. Animals with spine problems benefit as well from having Polarix placed on this chakra.
Location: This chakra lies in the lower lumber area, between the tail and the middle of the back (on the belly above the genitals).

Root chakra

This is where we exercise healing in order to »ground« our pet or try to bring it »down to earth«. Most animals do not object to having Polarix laid on this chakra. The root chakra is located at the bottom end of the spinal cord, where the tail meets the body. It helps them get rid of the confusion that we created ourselves by lifestyle limitations. Any physical problems, including those of the musculoskeletal system, will upset this chakra. It can also be affected by separation, loss or being weaned too early.
Location: The root chakra is located at the end of the back, at the base of the tail.

Opinions

  • "When I read your first article about Polarix, I knew I had to have it. Now, all of my family uses it. I place it both over painful spots and chakras. It also accompanies me while I sleep. Because it helps and is reasonably priced, I warmly recommend it!”
    Tanja, 51 yrs, office worker
  • "My experience is highly positive. Polarix makes water taste better. Whenever I put it over a painful spot, the pain goes away. In our family, we all use it. My son's migraine went away after five minutes; instead of throwing up, he was able to join the table for family dinner. It relieved me of cough and stopped my cold from progressing any further. Grade: perfect.”
    Manca, 50 yrs, Bachelor of Economics, CEO
  • "I bought Polarix because I trust your magazine. I knew it would help. And it did. Both me and my partner use it. We immediately noticed its effect. It helped me with my sleep issues and vaginal problems. It cured my partner's hemorrhoids and stomach. After seeing how it affects my and my partner's body, I lent it to my parents-in-law. They were immensely satisfied; it cured their head and lung pains. I'm about to buy another one.”
    Metka, 29 yrs, Student of Slavic studies