Summer is here with a bang. So much melting. We finally had the swamp cooler turned on, and the dogs are in heaven.
It’s hard to get the energy or motivation to do much of anything when it’s 100F outside, so it’s lovely to be able to help others without leaving the house. I’ve done quite a few sessions the past couple weeks, for various ailments, and the feedback has been wonderful. I like to send light to my Mom and tell her after the fact (she enjoys the surprise), and her feedback is always something like, “I just noticed I was able to walk easier!” or yesterdays, “I carried 3 water bottles into the living room instead of one!” which has been all she’s been capable since her health scare.
Last night there was a fire in the canyon, and it was really windy, so it was pretty scary for everyone near there for most of the night. There’s a video here, if you’re interested.
OH! I wanted to thank everyone who started following me here on the website instead of via social media. I left a note on Instagram, and today I’m going to “delete” the account. Twitter is still up, but I don’t use it for this – it’s pretty much a rage retweeting account these days. There’s so much to be upset about, and retweeting let’s me let go of the rage quicker. It’s weird, but it works for me. 🙂
I hope everyone is safe and cool, and those you love are the same!
First off, there is a very important disclaimer that I have on my pages, and it needs to go here:
**Energy healing is a natural method of energy clearing and balancing, and may be used as part of an integrative healing or wellness program. While it can be used entirely on its own, it is not meant as a substitute for medical treatment.
That being said, I have some exciting news! I have worked with people who contracted COVID, whether for those who just found out they were positive or those who are now living with long-term effects such as the loss of smell and taste. There have been varying degrees of “success”, from one girl’s sore throat going way after the session and her test was negative the next day, to some alleviation of the difficulty breathing (but not easing completely), to a friend’s sense of smell returning enough for her to smell a skunk – wonderful first smell, right? 😂 I’ve worked with wheezing lungs, pain, headaches, whatever comes with having the virus. Another important point: I can not – and would not ever suggest that I can – heal COVID; but I it seems I can help alleviate symptoms.
On Friday my sister hired me to help her friend Shae, who tested positive 3 days before and had just been to the ER because they couldn’t swallow. I did a 45-minute session, during which the energy flow was quite intense. On Saturday Shae texted:
Pretty damned shiny, right?? I’m a bit giddy with joy, truth be told.
After the second session, I was told that Shae had been unable to keep anything down for a couple days since testing positive, and now they had been able to eat and keep down soup! And they “really feel quite a bit better all the way around”. I haven’t had any feedback after yesterday’s session, but that’s ok! I’m thrilled with how much better they are feeling, and I really, really hope others with COVID contact me for some help with the symptoms.
I really can’t tell you how excited I am after these sessions! To know that I can help others suffering from COVID effects is mind-blowing, and opens a world of possibilities. Just like being on retainer the first time did!
I look forward to being of service!
With hope and love,
PS: Don’t forget that the 45-minute sessions for the same price as 30-minute ones ends on May 31! And keep in mind that I help animals, too!
ETA: Shae texted my sister yesterday and said, “I’m feeling SO much better.”
And I’m sitting in bed. Yesterday I was running an errand, and out of the blue my hips and legs decided they were done with the endeavor. I barely made it to the car, and getting in and out of it was extremely difficult. Fibromyalgia is an umbrella term for a cornucopia of symptoms, and I’m not sure if this is part of it, or it’s something completely new and different. Fun. Not.
I really want to go outside and sit in the sun, especially since the air is ok today. The fires to the north of us are horrible, and I can’t even imagine trying to breathe in the smoke. It’s particularly disturbing because spring in New Mexico basically means ‘windy’, and with everything so dry, the fires have a lot to feed on. I hope they can get them under control, but it’s not looking good.
I haven’t been sending much light since I decided to stop offering to help for free, and this does not make me happy at all. Every time I tweet that it “fills me with joy” to help others, I’m not just saying that; it really does. It’s like the light/energy flowing through me also gives me a boost, too…and I miss it. A lot.
I’m still certain that my retainer plan is one hell of an amazing deal, but I haven’t forgotten that single sessions are important, too. I just want to help; that’s really what it comes down to.
I think I may see if I can make it to the porch and read for a while. Be safe out there, everyone…and please, wear your masks. You may not think it’s important for you, but it is for the vulnerable around you. We depend on each other, so let’s be kind and take care of others by being smart ourselves, ok?
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!
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.
When I was in high school eons ago, I took French for one year, and our teacher taught us about ‘april fish’. The phrase has stuck with my friend Elendae and I ever since.
It’s a gorgeous spring day; the breeze is blowing, the door is open, beautiful clouds in the sky…and yet, I’m freezing. If I had enough energy to take a shower, I’d go sit in the sun and warm up, but I don’t. So I’m in a hoodie, under a blanket, typing away at my beloved laptop, instead of enjoying the weather. It’s so quiet, and I feed on that. Too much noise and loudness really gets to me. He’s asleep because his back is really hurting today, I’ve been watching -on my usual ‘only audible to me’ super-low volume – Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World, which is giving me a ton of anxiety (especially when they say we’ll hit our ‘carbon budget‘ by 2030) but needs to be watched. We must face what’s going on and prepare in whatever ways we can, because it’s coming. Humanity has pushed until there’s no turning back unless seriously drastic measures are taken, and we all know those in the money don’t want that to happen.
Anyway. Enough stress.
I did 3 sessions this morning, and one thing I’m sometimes asked is “can you tell what’s wrong?”. The answer is no. I can only feel the flow — I say ‘flow’, but I don’t even know if that’s the right way to describe it. I don’t feel movement, like a flow of a river, it’s more, I don’t know…pressure? Sometimes it’s barely there, which can be a sign that the client isn’t seriously sick or in a lot of pain; sometimes it’s so intense I feel the pressure for a while after the session is over. That can be blocked chakras, intense pain or illness…I just never know. On one hand I wish I had the ability to know, but on the other I think that would be a lot of pressure on me, and if what I ‘knew’ was wrong, I would feel horrible for having misinformed someone, ya know?
The most I do, as today, is ask if the receiver is feeling ok,, that the ‘flow’ was more intense than expected (or that it had been previously), and many times the answer is surprise that I could tell something had changed, or that there is more going on than we suspected. Once I did a session for someone (I think I’ll start using ‘for’ instead of ‘on’ because none of the sessions are in-person and haven’t been for a long time) and it felt like popcorn was popping in my palms! It was the most bizarre feeling, and it’s never happened again. I did have a session not long ago where it felt more like fireworks going off – little ones, not the boomers, but still. For some reason I quit writing down how the sessions feel to me, so I don’t remember what this particular sending was for.
Back to the weather. The clouds are coming in darker. Maybe it will rain again. There are a few unexpected dandelions in the yard, but no other flowers. I’d love to plant some for the bees, but it’s one of those ‘paper or plastic’ questions: do I use water to grow plants in the middle of aridification of the southwest, or do I save the bees without which we’ll all die anyway? Six of one, half a dozen of the other. It’s a dilemma.
Enough for now, sparkling water is calling to me. Happy April, everyone!
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):
And from this morning:
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.