Category Archives: Animal Sanctuary

12GI Healing & Integration Approach & Expense Report

DESCRIPTION OF 12TH GEN.INST. HEALING & INTEGRATION APPROACH (using chi alignment): From an email description of Lilith’s progress to the person who asked me to take her in – a description of the unique and important (if easily misunderstood or … Continue reading

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The Critter Sanctuary

A True Sanctuary This is a true sanctuary, not a rescue/adoption service. The animals always come first. Specifically,the sanctuary adopts an animal-centered, nature-based approach. While I will work with cats, I specialize in ferrets, but all critters here live together … Continue reading

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12th Generation Institute Sanctuary Intake Survey

Most of what happens at the Sanctuary is invisible to the untrained eye. Many come here and just see a house with a cluttered yard and a nutty old woman puttering around. There is much more to it than what … Continue reading

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Chutes, Gates, and Ladders

Remember the children’s game “Chutes and Ladders“? If you landed on a square with a “chute” (a slide), you’d slide back some spaces. If you landed on a square with a ladder, you’d climb up some spaces. It was a … Continue reading

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Daily Life

What humans do at the sanctuary is just as important as what the animals do. Here’s a sampling. Direct Animal Work Once or more daily compounding, mixing, preparing and/or dispensing doses of medicine preparing and feeding a liquid nutritional supplement … Continue reading

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Life at the Sanctuary

      (Above: Peanut digging under a gate. Bali (a cat) is on the other side, wondering what is moving under the dirt. Peanut worked on this for quite a while. I had to prevent his escape but I … Continue reading

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Seeing Through a Ferret’s Eyes

We know that the Arkhelogy(SM) approach (that we use in the sanctuary) sounds mysterious and cultish. You can read more about it generally here, but we thought it would be good to explain how we use this approach at the … Continue reading

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