It occurred to me that the Infratonic could be used in a deliberate treatment program to relieve an 8-month-old cat of underlying anxiety and aggressive behavior which would surface when least expected. This cat had been rescued from a parking lot when he was a few weeks old, and underwent abdominal surgery for an undecided testicle when he was four months old. Ankle-biting is not my favorite sensation when walking through the house, nor is face-attack when attempting to communicate with the cat.
I sat with the cat in my lap and held the transducer aimed at the base of its skull for 15 minutes (Mind). There were numerous neurological and muscular reactions, such as involuntary twitches of the skin and limbs, and an array of movements of facial features, following which the cat seemed to be able to settle against me more comfortably. I repeated the procedure for 10 minutes after a break of 10 minutes. The cat has since demonstrated less hostility and more respect for the boundaries between us, and I am able to express more positive emotion to the cat which it seems to be able to receive and process in a manner unavailable prior to the influence of the Infratonic. In fact, if a shadow has orange stripes, then I have a shadow.
-Mary Berry, DC (Richland Hills, TX)