Journal

What This Last Mercury Retrograde Taught Me

The above are what we are to do during a retrograde, and I did. I faced the fact that I’ve been spinning my wheels as far as this website goes, and my life has definitely become “too many forks, not enough spoons” for me to devote the time needed to it.

I don’t blog anymore because when I sit down to do so, I realize that I haven’t anything that really needs to be said, and I don’t want to add to the cacophony for no reason.

I love doing healing work. It helps me feel better physically because the light flowing through me to you also helps me, it fills my heart with joy when I receive feedback from sessions, and it truly is how I want to make my living. That just hasn’t happened. I faced the fact, once and for all, that I really, really suck at marketing. I mean, honestly, I don’t think that there are many out there who are worse at it than I. And that’s ok. We’re not all meant to be good at it, and by facing the fact, I can step back with a peaceful but sad heart.

My WordPress plan was set to renew tomorrow, but I cancelled that. So Hygge Lightwork will go back to thishobbitslife.wordpress.com on December 28th. And no, there won’t be any redirection, because that comes with a paid plan. I don’t know what I’ll do with the blog, but that’s where it will stand by the end of the year.

Thank you for being here, for your comments, and for those who did get sessions, for allowing me to be of service.

Much love,

Pip

©Pip Miller – November 2019

PS: things out there are getting more and more scary, which means things here on the Internet are even more so. Please be safe and use encrypted services such as Signal and ProtonMail. Especially everyone with Facebook and/or Instagram cell phone apps.

PPS: you can still find me on Tumblr (I really like it). I’m still deciding if I want to keep Twitter or try out CounterSocial again (no Russian bots there).

Thoughts?

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