As in any professional practice, HTA practitioners are guided by a Code of Ethics as well as Standards of Practice. These outlines were created as guideposts to assist a practitioner in knowing how and when to take the appropriate action. When our practitioners follow these standard practices, all parties can easily work together in a cooperative manner fostering an environment that best facilitates energy healing.
However, life isn’t black and white most of the time, and a practitioner may periodically find themselves questioning how to move forward in an appropriate manner. It is for this reason we felt like delving a little deeper into some of these standards and ethics here on the blog.
Since we are only to offer energy facilitation in accordance with the principle of highest good, let’s unpack that term.
Simply put without both identifying and understanding your intention, it’s impossible to know if we’re operating from a clean, loving space where only the highest good can abide.
Like all living things, animals require several elements in order to thrive. If one of these elements is removed, the being’s ability to thrive may be seriously compromised. We are here to assist the animal with their own natural energy healing process. Only a licensed veterinarian can treat an animal’s physical issues. And it may require all healing elements (physical, spiritual, emotional and mental) to assist the animal in returning to their natural state of thriving. This universal law makes it clear that we would be out of place by obstructing any other practitioner, specializing in any other scope of practice, if they were called in to assist an animal in healing.