Operation: Living the Dream Commences Now!

My friend Brett came up with the title of this post when I responded to his tweet about writing being what he’s meant to do. I said that I’d had to quit my job because of breathing issues and that healing work was my ‘meant to do’.

I spent all day yesterday reading, researching, and rebooting my dream. I reread things I’d saved on my Kindle by Theresa Reed and Sarah Von Bargen.  I came across a subscription gift by Esme Wang about using a productivity journal (aka a Bullet Journal). I was busy, busy, busy!

And then this morning I started my day by sending healing light…it begins!

“The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing.”

I wish I could remember where I found that. It’s my new mantra. I tend to be a bit ‘Oooh, shiny things’, and lose focus; hopefully this will keep me from doing that. 🙂

Oh, and I wanted to remind you about Telegram! It’s like texting, but without phone numbers! It’s secure, there are groups you can join, you can have a channel (I have one but haven’t put anything on it yet), there isn’t a character limit…it’s great! You can contact me asap to set up an appointment or ask questions about my healing work.

I’m thrilled to take the time to let my lungs heal AND help others feel better at the same time!

©Pip Miller – November 2018

PS: I rebooted Instagram, too. I admit it; I missed the site! 🙂

 

 

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