The Business of Healing

Healing Hands

Many of us are entrepreneurs – establishing ourselves on our path, working hard to make sure that all facets of our life are in alignment … building businesses that mean something, that benefit ourselves, the individuals that we work with, and our communities.

Do you feel that you are moving forward with your life? Do you feel that you are using your skills and abilities to best advantage? If not, what is holding you back?

It may well be that there is something that you need to heal, some bond that you need to break, some issue that you need to reconcile.

I would like to introduce you to an energy healer friend of mine. Her name is Pip Miller. This is her website, as well as her blog – . Here you can meet Pip, and see what she is all about. From her website:

4 Simple Truths:

All the reading I’ve done boils down to 4 simple truths that are going to be my guide posts along this quest:

1: Always be kind.

2: It’s only personal if you let it be.

3: Accentuate the positive, no matter how tiny.

4: Count your blessings and give thanks every day.  

What does Pip do? She is a healer …an energy healer. She heals with her hands … in person, and at a distance. To be specific, she is a Healing Light ™ practitioner. One of her abilities is to help unblock energetic and emotional blocks, allowing her clients to find clarity, and move forward in their lives. She works with emotional, energetic, and physical issues.

I have first-hand experience with Pip’s ability to heal. You can read about my experience here – , and here – .

If you feel that the healing that Pip offers is what you need, please contact her. If you have any questions, please contact her. If this would be helpful for a friend, please pass this information on to them … or offer them a gift certificate!

Pip is putting all of her efforts into her healing business at this time. I would like to see her connect with individuals that need her help, and that will benefit from it.

Thank you in advance to all of you that pass on the link to this blog, and/or the link to Pip’s site and blog

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