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Animal Release Practice

  • Mar 15, 2014 · 2:30 PM
  • Erica's House

Animal Release is an inspiring practice that helps with growing our compassion, and is used for healing and longevity. Children have enjoyed this practice, which usually takes less than two hours. Nothing is needed to attend this practice, but if you feel drawn to do this, you may bring animals that are at risk of death, such as crickets that are meant to feed lizards, worms that are meant for bait, or any larger animals at risk that can be rescued and then cared for appropriately after the ceremony. Call me if you have any questions. Erica[masked] (home),[masked] (cell phone during work hours). Note that the location is not our usual one.

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