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Come On Retainer With Me

This post is going to be longer than normal because it includes copies of DMs with Albus the Cat’s owner, Cheri, (used with her permission) to illustrate how I work with clients, what I tell clients, how I send light, etc. I hope the length is worth it!

In Feb, I believe, my friend Cheri tweeted that her cat wasn’t doing well, and I offered to send light. I think I sent once or twice, but not routinely. Just here and there. Time went on and in March she mentioned him again, I offered again, and she suggested a more defined set-up. We eventually ended up figuring out a retainer program in which I would do 30 sessions in 30 days for a set price of $300 (I had such a hard time defining a worth for my work, let me tell you). We were both really excited to see what happened! I focused the light on Albus’s midsection rather than full-body to see if we could kick the healing in quickly.

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We began on March 12. Cheri: Right now we are focused on getting him to eat and getting his blood sugar under control. He feels awful pretty much all the time.

Me: I’ll DM before I send today, and I’d be interested to see if it affects his glucose.

Cheri: His glucose went down even though he had some food. He’s under 300 for the first time in several days.

I replied: So interesting! I had a coworker with high blood pressure and she brought in her cuff. Measured, then I worked on her, and it dropped hugely. A couple hours later it was back up, but the experiment was informative.

March 13: They think diabetes, rather than any intestinal issue, has been the primary cause of him feeling sick and losing weight. He will be in the hospital for a couple of days while they try to get his electrolytes and blood sugar in balance. He’s in critical care, but he did eat a little bit on his own, which is super encouraging!

I mentioned wondering what a cat’s glucose should be, and it’s 85-150!

March 14: Update — he is doing so much better. He ate “like a champ” on his own. He is hydrated and his potassium is back where it needs to be. He’s receiving intravenous insulin and the ketones are clearing from his bloodstream. He is definitively on the upswing!! I’m so thankful for the work you are doing for him.

March 15: The vet said that his recovery was very fast for a cat in his condition. So you should know that what you do helps.

I usually send either a tweet before I send and one after, or sometimes just one after, and that was the bulk of what happened during this time.

Then on March 25 Cheri asked: He’s been afraid and hiding during meal times because he doesn’t like taking the antibiotics and getting poked with the needle. Is it possible to focus on that next time? I asked when his meals were and the evening one fit better with my schedule as they are two hours ahead of me. I decided to start the session 15 minutes before he ate and go through til 15 min after to cover all the bases.

Me: I can see if focusing on stress will help, if it doesn’t I’ll do full-body again and maybe that will relax him. This seemed to me to be the best way to deal with his fear. This meant a change in hand placements and focusing somewhat on specific chakras (I even looked up where they are on cats). It ended up that base chakra to heart worked the best.

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March 28: We were able to get his medicine in him at dinner last night and this morning. I was surprised this morning that he didn’t run away. I think this is working!

March 30: He has STOPPED running away and hiding! He still doesn’t like the antibiotics but it’s easier to find him and administer on time. After tomorrow he won’t need them anymore so the worst will be over. Thank you so so much!

And then an unexpected downturn and let me tell you, Imposter Syndrome kicked in with a vengeance. I’d been sending light for what, 2 weeks, and then suddenly he’s getting worse?? I was crushed and immediately assumed I wasn’t doing something right. We knew his pancreas was inflamed, so I’d added that to 31st’s session.

April 1, from me: Did his last meds session yesterday and just did pancreas and liver now. Is he feeling ok? Both sessions were a bit more intense than they had been. I can not tell what’s going on in a being when I’m sending light, but I’ve learned in the decade+ that I’ve been doing this that how my hands feel is an indication of how the client is doing.

Cheri replied: I think he’s not doing as well as he was last week. I can’t tell for sure because he doesn’t have a monitor on anymore. It’s so frustrating. I have a feeling his blood sugar is high a lot.

Me: Yeah, when I did the pancreas/liver, the flow was like it was when I first started the sessions this month. He’ll have daily p/l sessions, and I’m going to do a bit of research and see if there’s somewhere else I should be focusing on to help those areas. Something that is contributing to the problems. Kidneys come to mind, but I’m not certain. I did research kidneys and they do play into it a bit.

It was then discovered that he’d become allergic to his prescribed food. I felt such relief that it wasn’t something that I was doing, and that the problem was easily fixable.

On the 3rd I DM’d: Did some middle of the night lightwork. Flow was different, I could actually feel it moving along my palm. I don’t know what that means, but I hope it’s good. 🤞This one was cool. I had one session where it felt like popcorn was popping in my palms, but I’d never felt the energy moving along my palm! I also let her know that I switched the stuffed animal I was using, and this one is smaller and it seems to be working better. My hand covers the entire length of its body, neck to tail, which was probably why I could feel the energy moving. I will have a feeling as to where to place my hands on the stuffed animal I’m using, and if the flow doesn’t feel ‘right’, I’ll switch to something else. Sometimes where I think the light should be focused isn’t where Spirit wants it. None of this is about me (even though there’s that Imposter Syndrome lurking), so I just follow orders, so to speak. lol By switching stuffed animals, I was able to cover a larger area, which it seems was what was needed.

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He felt better the next day and I continued late afternoon sessions (Cheri had determined that he seemed to feel better in the mornings) using the same stuffed animal, but that feeling didn’t return.

On the 5th I wrote: I did 45 min. My hands were tingling so much that I just kept going. Sometimes when a session is finished, my hands feel overly-full of energy, like Spirit is saying, “Enough.” And sometimes the flow just has a certain something I can’t explain that tells me to keep doing what I’m doing. I then did 45 minutes for his final sessions because it felt right to me.

On April 7th Cheri wrote: I want you to know how much I appreciate the work you’ve done for Albus. Especially in those first couple weeks when he was really touch and go. I know that he is better off from having your support. And my heart sang.

The month was about over, it had been a wild experiment during which we both were fascinated to see the changes, and the following are final updates from Cheri.

April 9 (his last session): Update on him — I’ve been noticing him gaining weight, and when I picked him up just now, he feels SO much heavier than he has in months! I can’t really feel his backbone anymore. Whatever allergic reaction he had to the food the other day is completely gone now too. He really seems to be improving significantly!!

April 12: Update on Bus — his blood glucose is actually LOW! But he doesn’t exhibit any signs of hypoglycemia. He is energetic, playing, happy, curious — our boy is back! And he has gained a full pound in the last ten days. The doctor wants to keep him on insulin for the next several weeks and do another follow up. But he is doing amazing. Pip — I know in my gut that your work with him has supported his recovery. Especially the speed with which he recovered in the hospital and even over the last week. I’m so thankful to you and for you. ❤️❤️❤️

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I asked if the vet was surprised.

Cheri replied that, She is definitely surprised by him not having any hypoglycemic symptoms. …I am definitely surprised at his fast weight gain. It felt like it happened overnight. One day he was thin and the next he was a big cat again.

April 13: I just read the discharge notes from the vet and she was amazed by how much weight he gained so quickly!

And today, just as I was getting set to copy everything and begin this post, there was a DM from Cheri!

April 18: From the vet this morning: “I received Albus’ full recheck bloodwork back and I am THRILLED to let you know that it looks amazing! His previous moderately decreased red blood cell count has fully normalized. His chemistry panel also looks great, including the liver enzymes and proteins which were abnormal when he was sick.

I couldn’t be happier with how much he has clinically improved along with his bloodwork improvements.”

How cool is that?!?! Now yes, of course we both understand that he’s been on medications and prescribed foods to control the diabetes, but the fact that the vet is even surprised at how well he’s done in such a short time means, at least to me, that under normal circumstances a cat that sick taking those same meds and food would not have done as well so quickly. Does that seems so to you?

This retainer program has be so psyched! I would love to help people with Long-COVID, and those with chronic illnesses, chronic migraines, oh, all manner of issues! I know I can’t cure them, but I’m SO curious to see the ways in which the light could help!! I think, as a matter of fact, that I may offer a 15 session retainer; same price, but each session is every other day for an hour, instead of 30 for 30 minutes. That way people have a choice, and it’s obvious that longer sessions do make a difference.

Thank you for sticking with the very long post! I hope it has given you an idea of what goes on if you hire me!

With hope and love,

Pip ✨🌻

©Pip Miller – April 2022

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Sleepy sweet Saturday

I’m sitting by the window, clouds moving in, breeze tickling my bare arms with bits of cold…and I feel awful. Asthma attack yesterday in the wee hours and I’m still trying to breathe normally and I’ve had a headache ever since. It’s too chilly for me to sit outside, so this is my compromise. I had errands planned, but that’s not going to happen. I might not even shower.

Nah, I will. It’ll warm me up.

I woke early, fed the zoo (three animals can be a zoo, correct?), and then sent light to a dog in Canada. It’s interesting how I’ll get a feeling or thought while sending that I need to switch up the hand placements before I’m finished, and this morning the paw I was working with became the hindquarters, which took in more light than the paw. Limping can cause the hips (hindquarters in animals) to compensate and become themselves a bit off, and I’ve also read that dogs hold their stress in that area. Whatever the reason, this pet needed the light there, and I have no idea how I knew that -and I don’t need to know how, but it’s still curious to me. Intuition? Subconscious information from the universe? Who knows. It’s always right, though, that much I do know.

I have a post coming up that will be about the retainer I just finished (not sure how to describe that better). It’ll be DMs I exchanged with the cat’s owner, and in them you’ll see how I work with the client, how I do the lightwork, how sometimes the ‘verse doesn’t give me info and I have to work out what’s best on my own (the nerve! 😂)and also, best of all, the feedback from Albus’ owner, Cheri!

Enjoy your weekend! I’m off to read this sobriety resource blog on Holly Whitaker’s site.

With love and hope,

Pip ✨🌻

PS: I’ve been scrolling through Tumblr – and scrolling and scrolling – and while I know it’s a learning curve and it’s not quite as straightforward as Twitter, FB, or IG, I love it there. I’m Eavesdown Abbey, if you want to check out my feed.

©Pip Miller – April 2022

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What a day

Lunar New Year, aka Chinese New Year, a dark moon, Brigid’s day, and in the days when the climate was different, the first day of spring in the Celtic world (which fits where I live here in the southwest). That’s a lot going on!

We’re supposed to get what will pretty much be the first snow in town, and the change in the weather has my fibromyalgia on the ‘Do not move” setting. I’m in bed, under lots of covers, writing this on my new laptop (thanks again, Mom…and my sister for helping her choose it!), looking out the window at the grey day and the leafless tree branches starting to move in the wind.

I did forget to make hot chocolate, though. *sigh*

Last night and this morning I sent light to a dog in New Brunswick who – out of the blue – was in a lot of pain and couldn’t move well. He felt better last night, and this morning’s session was to kick what was left of it out the door. My dear friend Johanne DM’d these messages (used with her permission):

From January 31, 2022

And from this morning:

February 1, 2022

Helping animals, which I’ve been doing more of, is such a wonderful experience. I can tell when a critter is a bit hesitant to accept, sort of a ‘um, what’s going on??’ feeling in the flow, and then, it never, ever fails, after a few minutes, they whole-heartedly lean into it and let the light do its work. And then there are those who, from the first second, are all, ‘yep, bring it!!’ and the flow reacts accordingly.

It always seems to bring them a sense of calm, as well as healing. Some will fall asleep, some just chill…but they all seem to love it.

And this makes my heart happy.

With love and hope,

Pip 🌻✨

PS: if you or your critter is in need of a shift in their energy, I offer 30-minute sessions and a package deal of 3 sessions. I’d love to help!!

PPS: Just wanted to let you know that Johanne is a fabulous card reader…and painter! Check her out!

©Pip Miller – February 2022

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Holding Space As A Healer

In my last post, I mentioned that there may be a reason I’m needed as a conduit for Divine healing energy, and later that day I was listening to a podcast by Cardslingers Coast-to-Coast called Dealing with Hard Readings, and they were discussing holding space for their clients.

BOOM! That’s it. That’s what I do. I was in the middle of sending light or I would have jumped for joy!

I hold space as your chakras are cleansed and reinvigorated.

I hold space as grief and stress are released so you can move forward with your life.

I hold space as your pain is relieved, sometimes forever, and sometimes for a while.

I hold space for the Divine and your soul to work together to boost your body’s innate healing ability.

I HOLD SPACE.

Much love,

Pip 🌻🙏✨

PS: all of this does apply to animals, too. They have many of the same issues we do, and sending light helps with that.

©Pip Miller – December 2021