Energy Healing · Journal

Words Matter

Dayna Nuckolls of The People’s Oracle has been talking on Twitter about how words matter, and the ease with which we forget that point and don’t always think before we write or speak. That attention really needs to paid to the words people use, especially these days in the time of a man who spouts “Fake news” and lies as easily as most people breathe (my words here, not hers).

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I always have had a difficult time telling people what I do, in that sort of elevator description way. “I do energy healing” sounds…odd. What does that mean? And how do I heal you?

Words matter.

I’m not a healer. I do not heal you. I help you. What I am is the conduit for Divine healing energy (I call it “light” because of the colors some people see), but I’m not the one who knows what needs to be helped deep down inside, who loosens what needs to be loosened, who releases what needs to be released, who infuses you with the exact amount of light for your specific need…I’m not. I’ve never claimed to be and never, ever will claim to be.

I am the conduit.

What words do you use to describe yourself that just don’t sit right? What would fit better? How can you sit with the words and find the ones that matter the most? Who are you?

©Pip Miller – May 2019

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My Mother’s Day Gift to You

Holidays can be extremely stressful, and ones that center on relatives are even more so.

Let me help.

For today, all 30-minute (or shorter, if you’d prefer) sessions are donation-only. Use either my PayPal link or KoFi…your choice.

I can help you find stress-relief, lighten your grief and/or depression, and hopefully make your day a bit brighter than it otherwise would be.

With love and hope,

Pip 🙂

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The Perils of Working Inside

Look at all those pretty windows!

And not one of them opens.

So many of us spend our working hours, which, in many cases, outnumber hours outside of work, in buildings that are sealed. The only openings are doors, which only open when someone is going in or out; they are rarely propped open for airflow.

What damage has this had on our health? Think of that one department in which someone is always sick, the particular sneeze Sarah sneezes daily that everyone used to get a chuckle from but now don’t even notice, the coworker who is never, ever without tissues in their work area and on their person because of a constant runny nose.

I’m sick for the second time in 6 weeks. This one is a doozy, and I really suspect it’s due to working inside. When I’m not working for a length of time, I don’t get sick; put me inside a closed environment and voila, it’s back. Companies tend to overlook ventilation systems and filters, but when those little coughs and sneezes are a constant, or a new hire who hadn’t had a cold in years has now been coughing for months, that’s exactly where they should be looking. Recirculated air has big problems if not correctly monitored.

As a healer, it’s in my nature to want to help as much as I can, but even the most fervent desire to make things better doesn’t always make a difference. I tried to help someone, but when the coughing began anew each time the heater or a/c kicked in, it was obvious that more needs to be done.

Every company’s profits run on the back of its employees, and I’m really curious how many hours are lost due to these niggling health issues that can, as I’m personally experiencing, grow bigger and worse with each successive incident.

How can we, as healers, make a difference in such a situation? Any ideas?

©Pip Miller – May 2019

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Where Did The Time Go?

It’s been a while!

I have a new, wonderful, full-time job with people that I really like, spring is blooming all over the place (literally overnight as usual with the crepe myrtle in front of the house), we have a new dog that’s been added to the household (his owner died and he was going to be put in the pound…hell, no!)…and I haven’t been here or doing much healing work of late.

I miss it. I miss the wonderful feedback, I miss helping people and critters, I even miss blogging.

I hope to be more consistent and hang around here more. 🙂

And get used to this new editor WordPress has…

With hope,

Pip 🙂

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Begin as you mean to go on…

I once dated a guy who had that as his motto, and it’s quite fitting for the beginning of a new calendar year, isn’t it? 🙂

Woke to blowing snow, frigid temps, and wanting to stay in bed all day long! Instead I got up, fed the pets, wrote 3 things I’m thankful for, pulled cards, made breakfast for my guy, and now I’m drinking a cup of tea and writing this.

I intend to blog more, keep a simple morning ritual (most likely exactly what I did today), and, as the card says, make time for spirit. No yoga because of a bad knee, but more tuning in to myself and Spirit. Transformation doesn’t have to come in a Tower-like incident, it can build slowly and comfortably until it’s such a part of you that when you look back you really can’t tell when the shift happened.

So many of us make resolutions, big ones usually, and they fizzle after a few days or weeks because it’s such a huge change that we have a hard time incorporating it into our lives. So take small steps. Go for slow and easy. Bring comfort, joy, and courage to what you do, and it will go much easier.

Here’s to new beginnings!

©Pip Miller – January 2019

PS: A wonderful way to start things fresh is with a Dare session. It unblocks the energies of your bottom 5 chakras, opening new paths in your life and allowing you to speak your truth more easily. Curious about it? Read about it here. 🙂

 

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In 2019 I want to feel…

My word for next year is, as mentioned before, transformation, but how I want to feel is just as important, thanks to Danielle LaPorte. Last night I was pondering the idea, and “lighter” popped into my head. Lighter physically, emotionally… just in every way. Life has become heavy and I want to let that go.

“Comfort” was the next word, and then another popped in, and before I knew it the words from the definition of hygge that I found “comfort, joy, and courage” completed the list. Four simple words that mean so much to me.

And the thing is, by feeling those three words, I’ll feel lighter, too!

Do you use feelings as your guiding light in life? Not in the Law of Attraction way, but just as signposts to help you along your path? What words come to mind for next year?

©Pip Miller – December 2018

PS: On Twitter GetGonetheMovi1 posted a response to Ed Solomon’s tweet concerning the correct pronunciation of Happy New Year (I can’t find his tweet now and suspect it was deleted because people took it seriously), and now I can’t get it out of my head. I’ve been adding specific calendars to it, so, Joyous Gregorian Calendar Renewal to you! 🙂 Let’s hope next year is better beyond imagination!

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Admitting That I Want Things

Most of my life has been financially strapped, you know, the ‘paycheck-to-paycheck’ lifestyle. With too many times that were behind by two paychecks or so. It sucks. It’s a scary way to live, the stress ebbs and flows but never quite disappears because how will you pay rent this month is never, ever far from your mind…

Since my word for next year is transformation, I’m going to sit down today and do something I’ve never, ever, ever done before: I’m going to write a list of things that I really want. Things that I never admit to because “I’ll never have the money for it” is the first thought after, “Wow, wouldn’t that be cool?!”, followed by, “There are other things that are more important than that”. It never ends. So I pulled out my Passion Planner and started this page.

I’m going to write down every single thing, no matter how frivolous, like Funko Pops which I never buy because ‘no, spend the money on necessities’ overrides the desire for joy in my life. Even if it comes from a mini Funko.

What do you want to do differently next year? Something that seems small but in many ways is the biggest leap you can take? By writing these things down, I’m putting it out to the universe that I’m READY to live abundantly. That I am so over being poor. That I never want to have to ask for financial help ever, ever again (thanks, Mom, as always). That I want to experience things that I’ve never allowed myself to. That yes, living abundantly actually does mean spending money on more than what is necessary to live, and that by doing so, I open the door for more income to flow to me.

I’m ready. Are you?

©Pip Miller – December 2018

BTW, I have a session that shifts all the energies of your lower five chakras, one that can bring about big changes over time. What a perfect way to ring in the new year, right? Check it out!

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Word for the Year and a Bit of Divination

Last week I pulled a card from the Osho Zen Tarot, seeing what it had in mind for me for my word for 2019. It came up with this:

I wasn’t quite feeling it, so later I tried again. Same card. Hmph.

The next day I was watching this weird show a friend mentioned that’s called Kentucky Ayahuasca, and one of the clients mentioned “transformation”. Ok, that’s 3 times. Fine.

Then yesterday another friend gave me a card reading, and what did she say during the reading? Yeah. So. Guess what my word is for next year? Lol

I pulled a few cards on the 20th to see how the winter season was going to go for me, and these came up:

That’s not a great picture, sorry. They’re incredibly reflective.

Mentally, oh, definitely it’s been a 10 of wands time, and it looks like the next 3 months won’t change much. Gorramit. I’m going to have to make shifting that a focus.

Physically, feeling fat and blech. Yup. Time to address that, too.

Financially, oh, I like this!!!! My greatest wish is that Hygge Lightwork gains footing and all the clients who need my help around the world find me.

Not too bad for an outlook, and coupled with my friend’s reading, it’s going to be an interesting few months!

May the rest of the month and year be good to you, and let’s set the intention that next year will be SO much better. Because I don’t know if I can take another year like this one. You?

©Pip Miller – December 2018

With hope,

Pip 🙂

Energy Healing · Journal

Why Did I Choose “Hygge Lightwork”?

I recently mentioned hygge, a Danish word meaning “to give courage, comfort, joy” (*from Wikipedia, source noted below), a concept resonates so strongly within me. The more I thought about it, the more it felt connected to the healing work I do, and the heavens parted, the sun shone, and the angels sang!

Yeah, that was a bit over the top, I know, but it totally cracked me up to write it. 🙂

I’d written about something similar last year, and while the feeling was close, it didn’t quite nail it for me.  Also, whenever I mentioned ‘comfortcrafter’, people thought of Martha Stewart and scrapbooking and the like. Not at all what I was going for. What I am going for is this:

“Hygge Lightwork is bringing the feeling of hygge

to your body, mind, and soul using energy healing.”

That feeling of being at home, safe, warm, and peaceful, only energetically instead of outwardly. Does that make sense? It’s feeling that inside, without need of the warm socks, the flickering candles, the hot chocolate (I have hot chocolate on the brain today…need to buy more). It’s sleeping better, it’s the release of the tightness in your shoulders that you didn’t realize was there constantly, it’s being able to move because the migraine is gone: it’s that feeling of “ahhhhh.” That inner sigh when everything is just right. That is the feeling most people experience when receiving healing light (which I will now call hygge lightwork), and that’s the concept I want people to intuitively get when they find my website.

©Pip Miller – December 2018