High Point #1: When a client who’s undergoing chemotherapy barely made it in to see me, suffering from fatigue and frightened by having feelings of no will to live…left after an hours session with a spark in her eye, saying, “I feel so different; I feel alive again!”
High Point #2: Feeling lucky and vindicated for our office being able to temporarily operate off the grid, without it affecting us or our clients. A passing truck pulled down the power lines to our office, leaving them “live” in the middle of the road, and no one was hurt. And since we do all our work by hand, even appointment-making and bookkeeping, the show went on!! Of course Dr. Metz, action hero that he is, wanted to make his own repairs on the spot, telling the fireman, “I used to work for PG&E.” (Pacific Gas & Electric Company). Said the fireman, “Well do you now?” “No.” Well then, you’ll have to wait.” 🙂
Electrical power was restored by the end of the day; Divine Power was there all along.
It was a good week.
Those really are the things that count, Maggie. That is so good to hear. Well done!
Thanks Amy! Yes I thank God, and Dr. Metz (aka Richard) every single day for leading me in this direction, and giving me an opportunity to find my niche for helping people!!!
Every person I see is a patient of his as well, and those that do respond really well to our individual styles working in unison. I was so happy to facilitate such a strong outcome for that client that day!!
I also made this post to further emphasize how important Energy Work is, because it is not only beneficial (makes one feel better, ultimately), it is therapeutic as well (addresses the deeper causative patterns, not just symptoms).
Yes! ~S~ A very good day!!
Unfortunately, the low point is knowing that people you care about, and have become attached to, are suffering, and will maybe even die. 😦
But it is an honor to aid them when they are at their most vulnerable, and to help slow, stop, or even reverse the process.
Just a smiling visitor here to share the love (:, btw outstanding layout. “Treat the other man’s faith gently it is all he has to believe with.” by Athenus