The Struggle is Real

The last year and half of this “pandemic” has been quite a ride, huh? I don’t think there’s a single person out there who hasn’t struggled throughout this world crisis. I know I have! So what have I made of it? Well, for starters I rediscovered Reiki. And then I learned how to help others discover it too. Sure, there have been times when I just wanted to stay in bed and wish this whole thing was over. Again, I think most people can relate to that. However, during those times when I knew I had no choice but to get up and face the day; put my big girl pants on and get on with it, practicing Reiki has helped me maintain a level of calm control. I’ve been given the tools to look inward and connect with myself, my thoughts, my emotions. I’ve been capable of just sitting with my feelings and letting myself feel them. And then letting them go. I’m convinced that by discovering how to center myself when I feel like the world is spinning out of control has not only helped me cope through this “pandemic” but more importantly, has changed me for the better.

Finding my Passion During a Pandemic

After years of feeling like I had lost the desire to do things that used to drive me, I found a new passion! It feels so good to be doing this work. To be putting positive energy back into the universe when it seems it’s so badly needed. Working with people as a healer has also given me a drive to go back to school and study everything I can about healing, and listening, and channeling positive energy.

The Only Way Out is Through

I’m so lucky to have discovered something so incredibly exciting! I know that. But I also know that luck doesn’t just happen. I paid attention to what was happening around me as I began my energy work. The things that happened and people I met that seemed like strokes of luck were actually messages intended to pique my interest and drive me onward into this world of Universal Energy and Life Force. I worked for and manifested where I am today. I get to live my best life, pursuing my passion because I choose to keep moving forward. So, here I am at 43 years old changing my career path, learning a new trade and working on becoming the best version of myself while living my passion and being “lucky” enough to get to help other people in the process!