Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Equine Assisted Healing

EoR is fascinated by the growth of "Equine Assisted Therapy" whereby various people with or without problems "interact" with horses as a form of psychotherapy to achieve miraculous cures.

Recently, it appears a horse has managed to cure a man's longstanding blindness:

A SECOND World War veteran who was blinded in his right eye when he was hit by shrapnel can see again after being head-butted by a pedigree racehorse. [...] Dr Douglas Lozzaro, the head of ophthalmology at Long Island College Hospital, said the blow could have knocked a dislocated lens into place.

Though maybe the man's angels finally decided to channel some craniosacral readjustment via the horse...

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