Lamb Update 3/29/17


Thanks to everyone who has supported this little guy in any way over the past weeks. A special thank you to Chelsea Doolittle and Dr. Micky Doyle for their professional attention. His main treatment besides all your good vibes has been an ancient Japanese form of energy work known as Jin Shin Jyutsu, seen here being administered by Amber Sallaberry, our GM. Jin Shin is the art of releasing tensions which are the causes for various symptoms in the body. Our bodies contain several energy pathways that feed life into all of our cells. When one or more of these paths become blocked through injury or illness, balance is disrupted and discomfort or pain follows. The body is re-harmonized when energies are moved through a series of specific points of contact – its a lot like having jumper cables for hands. Lamby responded well to this treatment. I participated in a lot of the sessions and was always moved to see his own awareness open up when his pulses came into harmony. He’s been staying with Amber’s grandmother in this outdoor pen – much more suitable lamb digs than an upstairs apartment with hardwood floors. He has room to run around, shelter, goat milk from Becky Stetson and plenty of TLC from Carol. He’s got to be a contender for most spoiled lamb in the west. Last time I was out there he was hopping around and chasing me at high speeds, all with a new strong form that indicates a healthy future. -Dane Haman, GBCFC marketing


“Hey can you find out when the kitchen is gonna do that alfalfa soup?” -Lamby

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