This morning I woke to an email, asking about what I do, how it works, and mentioning that there are so many charlatans out there. She wanted to know, basically, if what I do is real and can I say I can really help.
I wrote a response, and then thought it might actually be a good idea to give you guys the meat of what I wrote, to help answer your questions, too. So here it is:
“Quite simply, I’m a conduit for Divine healing energy/light. The energy/light flows through me, and I can put my hands on someone and it will help them, or I can send it to someone anywhere in the world. Distance makes no difference.
I can not, and will never, promise that I can heal anything, because it doesn’t work that way. As the ‘in-between’ person between you and Spirit/God/whatever you call “It”, what I do facilitates the healing. But how deeply it helps the person is completely between that person and Spirit. We may think, on a conscious level, that we want to be healed of an ailment, but on an unconscious, deeper level, we may be getting something from being sick: attention we wouldn’t have otherwise gotten, disability pay, being able to finally leave that job we hated because we are too sick to work….there’s a lot that goes on between you and Spirit that is beyond my ken, and I would never, ever tell someone I can do more than what I do: work as a conduit for Spirit’s healing, helping you and Spirit connect in a way that you haven’t, fostering the healing that the two of you decide is best for you.
I will tell you that once a week I send healing light to someone with cerebral palsy in England, and she says it feels like being in a hydro-therapy pool; also, my mother has something akin to Fibromyalgia and when I send to her, it helps her pain and clears her mind. It is not a ‘fix-all’ for either of them, but it does help.”
I DO know that what I do helps, I DO know that you can feel better, I DO know that I’m not one of those amazing “lay on the hands and you are instantly cured” type of healers…I’m just me. Simply Pip. Spirit’s helper. 🙂
©Pip Miller – September 2014