healing harmony · Journal

Social Isolation and Energy Healing

Here in NM we just went into a ‘Stay At Home’ order that started this morning. Other states and cities have had this in place already, and the stress and anxiety, as well as boredom for those who are used to being social butterflies, is beginning to show.

The beautiful thing about the energy work I do is that I can do it from my home and you can stay in your home, and the effects are still felt. A couple weeks ago I sent light to my mom for her foot, which had been swollen and in pain for quite a while. She doesn’t believe in what I do in theory, but she does believe in the results. She sent me a brief email day-before-yesterday saying, “I forgot to mention that since you did your ooeeooee thing, my foot hardly hurts at all.  Just realized that last night. It’s still a bit swollen but otherwise really good.  Weird.  LOL”.

I love my mom. Lol!

Be safe, stay home, and don’t give up hope!

Pip

©Pip Miller – March 2020

 

covid · healing harmony · health · Journal

Stress and Covid-19

Well, my attempt at a 30-day digital detox didn’t last for than a moment; I’m at high risk concerning the virus and I couldn’t step away from the news and how things are going worldwide and here in NM. This is me (not literally) reading Twitter and the news daily:

Image from palife.co.uk

Add to that the loss of income, and issues with social distancing, and I’ve been really, really stressed. I keep wanting to offer any and every one distance sessions, but people seem to feel that others deserve it more than they, or that it’s only for serious issues. And frankly, it feels wrong to charge for the sessions knowing a huge, huge portion of people are in the same check-to-check life, or are now without an income, too. It’s a bit of a Catch-22, ya know?

There’s that curse, “May you live in interesting times”, and boy, are we ever. All we can do is support, encourage, and listen to each other (from a distance). One of my favorite Firefly quotes is this:

Tracey: “When you can’t run, you crawl. And when you can’t crawl, when you can’t do that … “
Zoe: ” … you find someone to carry you.”

Let’s carry each other in whatever way we can.

With hope and love,

Pip 🙂

©Pip Miller – March 2020