Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Physics and Magic ~ Healing Power of Purr

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"If you put a cat and a bunch of broken bones in the same room, the bones will heal." old veterinarian saying

Certain vibrations or frequencies are associated with various parts of the body. The Chakras all have a different frequency which they respond to (I plan on expanding on that later.) as do the various parts of the body.

Most of the time we Humans need to use music or artificially generated sound to create the frequency needed to assist in the healing process.  The Cat, on the other hand, has the ability to generate the frequency needed. This is done through purring.
Cats are known to purr when they are content. But Cats will also purr when they are injured and sick. Why? Because their purr has healing properties. By now, most people know that having a pet lowers a person's stress and anxiety level. (remind me of that when Gomez's doppelganger decides to climb the curtains for the umpteenth time!) But Cats are especially remarkable.
They can generate purrs in the range of 20-140 Hz, all which are medically therapeutic. Especially for the following afflictions - pain relief, bone growth and healing, tendon and joint repair, swelling relief, certain heart afflictions, healing of wounds.

When Hubby broke his femur, click here!, and was laid up at home, Gomez and his buddies were in constant attendance. They would lay next to the broken bone and purr. Especially Gomez. His purr is louder than the others. They knew what was wrong and were doing their part to help their Daddy heal. The doctor was amazed at how rapidly Hubby healed.
So, if you're having health problems, get a pet! Already have one? Take a moment or two or three every day to sit with your pet and let the healing process begin! 

To read more on the research done with Cat Purrs, Click Here! or Click Here! or Click Here!


Debra She Who Seeks said...

Yes, I've heard this amazing fact about purring before! Aren't cats marvelous?

the dogs' mother said...

Sigh.... a cat would do some of us in with asthma and allergies before any bones could heal. Wonder if we can teach Abby to purr?

Robin Larkspur said...

Both my cats have teeny tiny purrs.
But I do believe I have excellent blood pressure because of my pets.

Rue said...

My kitty Squirt climbs up on my chest once a day for a snuggle. I'll admit to some serious face-in-fur burying, but the best part is her purring right over my heart. I knew it was healing!

evilsloth4 said...

I purr by blowing raspberries, it tickles.