SPECIALISING IN DISTANT HEALING WITHIN THE UK AND OVERSEAS
- Health is important to all of us, but how many people or animals actually achieve a satisfactory well-being?
Healing, perhaps, may be able to assist.
Patrick Kempe, born 1950, began offering healing therapy to both people and animals in 1977. On the family farm at Withypool on Exmoor, his parents, with Patrick and his sister Ros, ran the Winaway Stud producing quality childrens' riding ponies, show horses, eventers and show jumpers. Married in 1988, he lives in the New Forest with his wife Suzanne
running the Rodlease Stud for Avril Darnton.
For his own painful back problem, he was given Distant Healing through Radiesthesia.
This Healer upon discovering Patrick's latent talent for healing,
was instrumental in developing his gift.
Patrick is a Registered Healer Member of the National Federation of Spiritual Healers which is affiliated to the British Complementary Medicine Association
Healing for Horses and Humans and of course our other animals
So what really is healing? Healing, to me means improving the well-being and health of both people and animals, whether it is an injury, an illness, or stress related. Most of us have this ability to a greater or lesser extent, in just the same way that we all have the ability to paint or play music. Some people have developed these gifts more than others and I have developed the gift of healing firmly rooted to Christian thoughts and ideals.
Healing energy can be transferred by touch or from a distance. Both are exceedingly effective. Distant Healing offers greater consistency and can be given instantaneously following a 'phone call or letter. It saves the patient from travelling as they would have to do with healing by touch. People ask me 'how can this possibly work?', which is a very natural question. The answer is that it is impossible to give a technical answer but like many things in life, we learn to accept what is good and be grateful for what we receive.
Healing is a 'complementary' as opposed to an 'alternative' therapy, so therefore patients may continue with their normal medication, surgery or therapies. Patients must seek professional medical advice and obtain a diagnosis from their practitioner before requesting Healing.
Healing can be of benefit to everybody, whatever their colour, shape, race or creed. It has enabled me to help animals and people from all walks of life. The patient's confidentiality and privacy are fully respected at all times.
No affirmation of religious faith is required by the patient.
Through the work of the National Federation of Spiritual Healers and the British Complementary Medicine Association, Healing is becoming more widely accepted by the medical profession both in this country and abroad.
For Distant Healing, all that is required is the patient's signature or small lock of the animal's hair and an accompanying letter outlining the patient's symptoms and case history. A small photograph is welcome but not essential. Distant treatments are then begun as soon as the letter has been received. It must be noted that even when recovery cannot be achieved, the patients well-being can often be improved and the person finds that the symptoms are perhaps easier to cope with and pain eased. It is essential to follow up with regular reports each 10 / 14 days so that treatments can be assessed and adjusted as required. Without reports, by 'phone or letter, it is difficult to be as successful and as helpful as one would like to be.
Television, radio and the press have featured the Healing works of Patrick Kempe throughout the years. His work is in great demand by clients from all walks of life, from International Event horses to the family pet and all are important as each other. The majority of his work though is Distant Healing, which enables him to work individually and with more consistency than if by visiting and saves a great amount of time taken up by traveling. In this way, he is therefore also able to treat patients from a variety of different countries, who would not normally be able to benefit from this healing therapy..
VETERINARY ACT 1966
The veterinary Surgery Act of 1966 prohibits anyone than a qualified veterinary surgeon from treating animals, including diagnosis of ailments and giving advice on such diagnosis, However, the healing of animals by contact healing, by the laying on of hands or distant healing is legal. However the Protection of Animals Act 1911 requires that if an animal clearly needs treatment from a veterinary surgeon the owner must obtain this. Therefore before treating an animal it is advisable to seek assurance from the owner that the animal has been examined by the vet.
To give emergency first aid to animals for the purpose of saving life or relieving pain is permissible under the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 Schedule.