Saturday, 28 October 2016
Mohan, finally able to rest at the refuge in Mathura, India
Special distant healing for Mohan and Raju, the rescued elephants
Sunday, 30 October 2016
By Edna Spennato
Calling everyone who cares about Mohan and Raju, the elephants who were rescued in India after more than 50 years of abuse, to send out prayers for them on Sunday 30 October, when we will be facilitating a distant healing for them at 6 pm GMT/UT. Starting times around the world can be viewed here.
The healing facilitator will be Edna Spennato, assisted by Earth Heal members, who have been invited to hold the energy during the distant treatment. The healing method we use is Synchronization Harmonics®, pioneered by Edna in 1996.
For the last few years, we have been including Mohan and Raju in our distant healing events. Both of them were captured as calves in the forest in India, taken from their families, had their spirits broken and were then sold into slavery as 'working elephants', and they suffered more than 50 years of abuse, starvation and misery until they were rescued by Wildlife S.O.S. India.
Mohan remained in captivity despite many attempts to free him, and became known as the world's unluckiest elephant...until September 2016, when the amazing people at S.O.S. were finally able to get a court order for his release, and he was freed on 22 September. Watch the excellent webinar about his epic journey to freedom at this link (you will be asked to register to watch it, but it's 100% worth it.)
He was wounded, ill and seriously underweight when he arrived, but is finally receiving the life-saving care and nutrition that he needs, and is living without stress in nature, in the company of other elephants.
So Mohan will be the main focus of the treatment, but Raju and some of the other elephants at the center will also be included, as well as some of the bears at the bear refuge in Agra. More about all of them below.
Suraj, the one-eared elephant
Kanmani, the sloth bear
>> Webinar on Mohan's epic journey to freedom
>> Learn more about the work of Wildlife SOS India
>> Donation page for Wildlife SOS India