Dr Saranyu Melinda Pearson BVSc(Hons), LFHom(Vet)
With a particular interest in Natural healing, Dr Pearson has always employed an array of alternative methods even whilst practicing in very conventional environments. Over the past seven years, in particular, she has refined numerous hands on healing techniques adapting them to be quite useful for
treating animals in a range of disease presentations. As a student of Sri Chinmoy, her daily practice of meditation has greatly enhanced her ability to assist with the communication and healing of the patients in her care.
In October 2005 she established Paws to Heal – a business providing animal owners in the Geelong region with the opportunity to access this range of integrated natural and alternative health options for their pets.
This Holistic approach to animal health has become quite sought after primarily by people who value similar human practices and also by those who are either curious or frustrated by the lack of response to other more conventional treatments.
By working in conjunction with committed and dedicated owners, Dr Pearson is able to get the best out of the animals by treating them as individual beings, each with their own unique way of interacting with the world.
Dr Pearson is a member of The Australian Veterinary Association and Australian Holistic Veterinarians.
Sri Chinmoy is a spiritual teacher who dedicated his life in the service of humanity. In his 43 years in the West, he endeavoured to inspire and serve mankind with his soulful offerings – his prayers and meditations, literary, musical and artistic works.
The simplicity, purity and light of Sri Chinmoy’s offerings have inspired me for the seven years that I have been his disciple and he has offered me continual guidance and encouragement to follow my
intuition and the dictates of my heart.
Paws to Heal primarily exists as a result of his concern and commitment to assisting his students to discover and fulfill their true and highest potential. It is, needless to say, a work in progress.
Sri Chinmoy entered into Mahasamadhi – the mystic process through which spiritual Masters leave the body – and passed behind the curtain of Eternity on the morning of 11 October 2007. With the deepest gratitude, this site is dedicated to him for his ongoing love and guidance on my life’s journey.