I came across a retweet this morning of a comment concerning "one-size-fits-all healers", and it struck a cord deep within. So much of what you read online is about finding your niche, and I've attempted to do just that many times, but not with a whole lot of luck. I always end up wanting to help everyone feel better, no matter the ailment or emotional issue. Basically a one-size-fits-all healer. Hmmm.
It's difficult to narrow it all down to one aspect of helping people, but in all reality, doing so will, most likely, make it possible to help more people than I currently am. Many more people. And that's really all I want to do in life.
There's the pain aspect. I can help alleviate pain. Much quicker in person, naturally, but it does amazing work as a distance session, too. Then there's the emotional work; so many have had emotions released, allowing them to move forward and get past things that had kept them stuck in place. And the all-over "I don't really know what I need, I just need something" session...the results from those are sometimes hysterically funny! :)
So how does one take all that goodness and narrow it down to something smaller?? One just does, I guess. I think out of everything I do, pain relief is the most common issue that I help with. Little pains like a headache or a stomach ache, to big pain like post-surgery healing. And everything in between. So from now on I shall make myself known as an alternative pain-relief healer and see where that takes me. :)
©Pip Miller - September 2017