healing harmony · Journal

Palliative Care: My Missing Puzzle Piece

Wed night I was doomscrolling* and came across this by Martha Crawford.

The word palliative caused a bell to go off in my head, and as I read the entire thread, the missing puzzle piece that I’ve been searching for all these years of energy healing, *click*, fell into place.

I’ve never quite know how to describe what I do, or how to ‘niche’ myself; I just wanted to help everyone and all beings on the planet. Even the planet itself. And that unknowing has been detrimental in so many ways as far a telling the world about my work…but know I have the answer.

I’ve helped many who had a one session quick-healing happen. But as I was reading that thread I realized that I’ve helped the most when it came to long-term issues. I helped two horses walk peacefully through their final years. I worked alongside Western medicine bring a cat back from death’s door. I’ve sent light to my mom over the years (she was my very first distance session) for her long-term health issues, and now to my sister for her particular pain.** There are many, many more who have had multiple sessions with me to help ease their pain; I just never knew it was palliative care.

One of my favorite things about doing long-term, or even just 3 sessions, is that I learn something from each session and am able to tweak what I do, all with helping as much as I can as my focus.

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I’m not saying, as I make of point of bringing up every now and again, that I can heal chronic issues, cancer, COVID, etc. But, as palliative care does, I can help ease the suffering.

It’s Friday now, and I was so excited about the connection that I couldn’t sleep Wednesday night and had to get up and draft this post. I’ve been thinking about it ever since, and it feels really good. Helping to ease the suffering of all types of beings is what I do. Yay!

PS: Did you know my Pay What You Can sort of sale is still going on? The Retainer plan is a set $125 for now, though. Purchase a session as you usually do, just put in the amount you can afford, or the $125. The Dare Session is also pay what you can.

With love and hope,

Pip 🌻✨

*you knew which site I meant immediately, didn’t you. 😂

**admittedly not as consistently as I intend to. Sorry, you two. I’ll work on that! ❤️

PS: I’m learning to use footnotes instead of writing long additions to sentences in parenthesis. It only took how many years for me to learn that? 🙄