Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Everybun Must Get Stoned


Do forgive the poor quality of these photos, but at least they do illustrate the point.

Sydney demos another therapeutic placement of the magical healing stones; this balances two sides of the body, the Yin and Yang.

Harriet shows how to gently rest one's dewlap on a stone to cool the upper jiao (upper part of the body in Chinese Med lingo) for better meditation practice, the second lower stone serves to root the treatment in the middle jiao (stomach).


The frog is not technically a stone, but Amelia is very close to her frog and seems to derive something from that proximity.

Also, an interesting aside, that might help other buns. I have been in contact with Basil's human, you remember Basil, the Flemish Giant? anyway she established by trial and error that Basil was allergic to hay (to be more precise the DUST on the hay) and it was manifesting and sometimes runny eye and sometimes slight reddish around his sweet, sweet eyes. She now takes his hay outside and sort tosses it in a colander before feeding and that seems to take care of the problem. How cool is that?


8 comments:

Jade said...

4Buns know how to rock and roll! :)

Mr. Mick gets a little crusty-eyed from seasonal allergies and occasionally from dusty hay--I will have to try that hay trick.

Clovie Boy said...

How strange for a rabbit to be allergic to hay, and what a smart person who figured out how to solve the problem!

Love the rock pics...

Crafty Green Poet said...

wonderful photos! I like to think of Amelia and her frog having long conversations....

That's odd about rabbit allergy to hay...

The Fab Furs said...

Buns, by their very nature, improve the quality of all photos. It was nice of Sydney and Harriet to illustrated proper two stone positioning and the photo of Amelia and her frog friend is priceless--perhaps it is a bun prince transformed. Good tip about hay sorting, sometimes ours is very dusty.

Karen M said...

Amelia is so cute with her frog, and now Weasley is asking for his own stones.... Something else to trip on.

Rabbits' Guy said...

What a bunch of rock crock. Bunnies don't know jack about that stuff ... ouch, ouch, Zoey - cut that out - ouch - DON'T THROW THAT ,,,,.

Hay dust allergy - makes sense and a good way to remove it.

bunnits said...

Rock on, Buns.

Lisa said...

Is the healing stones thing an eastern medicine trick that you taught the buns, or did they teach you? We need a rock I think.

Interesting about the hay. Sogna does seem to have some yucky allergies, so I will try shaking out the hay on the floor, and then vacuuming it up, since we don't really have outside access. Thanks!