Mother, Healer, Myself
by Betty May
(Hayward, CA. USA)
I am a Reiki/Energy Light "Worker". I have had 15 years of learning and working with universal energy. I thought of starting a business, but it never felt quite right. My thought was that the energy needed to be my basic being- the ground where I stand-the place I begin each day- before I thought to share with everyone else. So, 5 years later, I have grounded the work into my being, and I began wanting to share. so now I am ending each evening with different ways of distance healing, etc.
I find myself adding my energy work to my business resume (I am passionate about finance and accounting as well), so when I look for a job, someone can begin to see the whole of me in the resume.
Often, I see feel a quickening in my heart, when I do my bookkeeping. I don't make excuses for not doing my distance/earth healing anymore. My energy has become that with which I face the world. I eat less meat. I eat less. My spine has become an unending source of wonder (I have a compression fracture on my 3rd lumbar, and go to see a chiropractor every month), because it is no longer a source of pain, but a joy of movement and passage of light. It moves when I believed it would never work "normally" again!
The outside soles of my feet often feel like the bones are not in alignment.
I am letting go old concepts and really enjoying other people's point of view. I revel in the greening of the earth. I look for a new job in togetherness with stewardship of the Earth.
Thanks for letting me talk, and using my thoughts for something needed! It is good to be in service!
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