Doing What I Can

…to help the world, one person at a time.

Today is a difficult day. It’s like a culmination of so many emotions, so many layers, so much trauma, grief, fear, anger…it just goes on and on and on. I can’t make it all go away, but I can give you a respite. Sessions are 1/2 price til midnight Sun (MST).

Much love,

Pip

PS: I’ve been sending light to someone recently diagnosed with Covid-19, and again, while I can’t cure it (though I wish SO much that I could), I can give some peace and pain relief. She says it’s helping, so we’ll continue on, hopefully helping bolster her body’s own healing ability so she gets through this with ease. I would love to help others in the same situation; please contact me or DM me on Twitter.

It’s All A Bit Overwhelming

Isn’t it? The news, the virus, the global warming…I don’t know about you, but I’m completely wiped out, emotionally, physically, and mentally. I took a few days off the internet, and it really does help, but the downside is that it’s so easy to forget what’s going on, especially with the virus. Fewer people wearing masks, social what?, more businesses opening; you get lulled into a false sense of “normal”, and that’s scary when all the experts are saying it’s only going to get worse.

So what can we do? First and foremost, ask yourself, “Do I really need to do x?” Do you really need to go to that restaurant or bar or concert or spa or…well, you get the drift. Ask yourself if it’s so important that it’s worth the risk. Think of all you’ve lived without for months; is it really, really necessary to make it part of your life again?

Stay safe. Wear a flipping mask, no matter what. Stick to curbside pickup as much as possible. Social distance, people, social distance. I made a brief, quick foray to a craft store when they opened in the morning (the item I needed wasn’t available for curbside), and as I was paying a woman stepped right next to me and put her stuff on the counter! I said, “Excuse me, 6 feet” and she just laughed. The clerk rolled her eyes at me like, “What is with people??”. Really made me rethink my “need” for said item. I rarely ever, ever go into a business, and every time I have, something like that makes me remember why I prefer to stay home. Compromised lungs aren’t something to mess around with.

Another thing you can do is have 30-minute distance Heart’s Peace Healing session! It will give you that “relaxing sigh* feeling, relieving the tension, and in some cases, bringing on a nap if you’re really, really stressed out and anxious. You don’t have to leave your house, do anything special, nothing; just kick back and receive.

And then let me know how you feel afterwards!

Much love,

Pip

 

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 Heart’s Peace Healing 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