What’s Your Oasis?

I was just sending healing light to someone, and sitting outside as usual, watching nature. I caught site of a ladybug frantically climbing up and down the weeds that we allow to grow around the birdbath. I thought she was an ant at first because of how she was moving. Then she climbed one stalk and paused in the fern-like thing at the top, but almost immediately turned back around and started her frantic pace again.

You can just see her hiding in there.

She climbed three or four other stalks, then ran back up that particular one that caused her to pause, and she’s been there ever since.

She found her oasis.

The light I was sending was for anxiety and panic attacks, and it just kept running through my mind: find your oasis, find your oasis.

So, I wonder, what’s yours?

©Pip Miller – May 2018

PS: this weekend was rough. Taking care of someone’s sick dog, boredom (extreme boredom), and that voice in my head was devious. Very devious. But I didn’t let it get the best of me. 🙂

 

Bringing Back A Favorite Distance Healing Session

Yesterday I did a favorite distance session for someone in the Norway, and she responded with, “First, I cried, then I felt like I was being aired out, and now I’m so tired I can’t even make myself go to bed, lol.” I smiled for a long time after reading that! 🙂

I love this session because not only does it help people get some rest, but it works on a deep level that plays out over time. You may not connect the changes back to the session, but that’s ok, your Higher Self knows. 🙂

This is what I wrote about it in 2016 when I resurrected it from 2013 (and yes, the pricing is the same):

Are you ready for a change?

Later on I’m going to make a separate page in the menu for this session alone, that way it’s easy to find and more people can learn about it!

I’m looking forward to doing a lot of these sessions!!

Much love!

©Pip Miller – April 2018

March…

What a month. Not my favorite March ever, that’s for sure, but far from the worst at the same time. If you’re an astrology buff, then Mercury Retrograde is kicking my ass, and hasn’t stopped. Not an astrology buff? Well, then, this month just bit. It’s as simple as that.

On the good side, things around here have been blooming like mad for a few weeks, and this is one of my favorite spring sights every year:

Yep, that’s my local grocery story. It’s always so pretty in March!!

I’ve had plenty of time to enjoy the seasonal changes, partly due to the social media break, and partly because I’m enjoying (can you sense the sarcasm?) a new fibromyalgia issue: headaches, dizziness, and nausea. Just all of a sudden I woke up with a horrid case of all 3 last Saturday, and every day since has had some degree of them. I did some research, and while the all-over pain is the most common symptom of fibro, these symptoms are pretty much next in line. There’s a way to help alleviate them called Trigger Point Massage (this website is great!) and I’ve been doing the massage, but it’s not quite kicking it, so ugh. Yesterday was a bad day*, so I spent most of it outside in the sun, reading. My hair hasn’t been this short in eons, so I completely didn’t think about my ears; I believe I may have sunburned the tips!

The urge to check Twitter has gone away, but the urge to tweet hasn’t. My head is filled with things like:

“My doctor rocks!”

“Two hawks just flew overhead, and then a raven. And then another raven. #birdwatch”

“Oooh, if you’re in Maryland, check out a new exhibit that my friend Michael is part of! #boostthesignal”

“I took all the apps off my phone, and now I barely touch it. Why do I have a smartphone?”

Random stuff like that. Instead, it swims around in my head until something else catches my attention. It’s kind of weird how the internet has done that to us, isn’t it?

I’ve been reading more blogs (when I do get online), and I’m really enjoying that. I’ve also read 3 books in as many days. 😉

Tomorrow night I’m doing a distance healing session, and yesterday I had an in-person very, very short one (it was for as long as I could stand up without getting dizzy). I’m so happy that I’m still being asked to help others; it really makes my day.

Much love!

Pip

©Pip Miller – March 2018

*People with fibro have “flares”, days when things are really, really bad. At this point, I’m calling the bad headache/dizziness/nausea days that term, because they really, really suck.

Interesting Feedback

clock*may be TMI for guys* 😉

Just received this in an email…unexpected results from weekly distance healing sessions!

“Has anybody else mentioned that prismatic healing affects their periods/menstrual cycle in a positive way? I used to have late periods up to two weeks but since having regular healing they have been either or time, or even early.”

Sweet!!!!

©Pip Miller – March 2015

Heart Comes Loose

#writealm Day 5. 🙂

 

yellow37This one has me stuck for most of the morning, and then I did a distance healing session and it came to me: no matter what my emotions are when I sit down to send light, it is impossible for me to dwell on them. Yes, my thoughts wander and I may plan dinner or my next blog post, or wonder where that lost receipt is, but every single time my thoughts are brought back to the tingling in my hands and the knowledge that thousands of miles away there is someone feeling the result of that tingling. It’s strength varies with each sending; sometimes it’s a light tingle, sometimes it’s pins-and-needles, sometimes my hands feel like they’re on fire. I never know what will happen during each session, and no matter what is going on in my life, my heart is consistently set loose – floating along a wavelength of peace and love winding it’s way to the recipient.

It’s the best “job” ever. 🙂

©Pip Miller – November 2014

 

Can You Promise Healing?

This morning I woke to an email, asking about what I do, how it works, and mentioning that there are so many charlatans out there. She wanted to know, basically, if what I do is real and can I say I can really help.

reiki hand

I wrote a response, and then thought it might actually be a good idea to give you guys the meat of what I wrote, to help answer your questions, too. So here it is:

“Quite simply, I’m a conduit for Divine healing energy/light. The energy/light flows through me, and I can put my hands on someone and it will help them, or I can send it to someone anywhere in the world. Distance makes no difference.

I can not, and will never, promise that I can heal anything, because it doesn’t work that way. As the ‘in-between’ person between you and Spirit/God/whatever you call “It”, what I do facilitates the healing. But how deeply it helps the person is completely between that person and Spirit. We may think, on a conscious level, that we want to be healed of an ailment, but on an unconscious, deeper level, we may be getting something from being sick: attention we wouldn’t have otherwise gotten, disability pay, being able to finally leave that job we hated because we are too sick to work….there’s a lot that goes on between you and Spirit that is beyond my ken, and I would never, ever tell someone I can do more than what I do: work as an instrument of God’s healing, helping you and God to connect in a way that you haven’t, fostering the healing that the two of you decide is best for you.
I will tell you that once a week I send healing light to someone with cerebral palsy in England, and she says it feels like being in a hydro-therapy pool; also, my mother has something akin to Fibromyalgia and when I send to her, it helps her pain and clears her mind. It is not a ‘fix-all’ for either of them, but it does help.”
I DO know that what I do helps, I DO know that you can feel better, I DO know that I’m not one of those amazing “lay on the hands and you are instantly cured” type of healers…I’m just me. Simply Pip. Spirit’s helper. 🙂
ETA: Formatting is being wonky today (Hello, Mercury retrograde’s shadow), so sorry if this is all jumbled together!
©Pip Miller – September 2014