A year later...

In hopes to inspire my fellow healers, in this follow-up post, I interview my father about what he experienced as a recipient of my loving energy healing efforts during his life-changing event in the latter part of 2019.

Not familiar with the story?

If you aren’t familiar with my 2-part blog post “Surviving Tragedy”, please be sure to watch those video blogs first as they provide all the context you need to understand this important update! Watch Surviving Tragedy: Part 1 here. Then after that, watch Surviving Tragedy: Part 2 here.

Live from love.

My hope is, by sharing  this personal and touching story about my father, that it reminds you of how much inner strength and power – LOVE – you have available to give to others. And I hope you share that gift with all those lucky enough to be a part of your life. And as my father said so well, please, always live from love. #biglove

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4 thoughts on “Surviving tragedy: one year on(follow-up)”

  1. Thanks for sharing your video with your dad. I totally believe in energy healing. Ive been practicing taichi chi for several years that ive used it to help my dad who was diagnosed with cancer, the meditation and slow movements channeling receiving energy and expelling bad energy has helped him .. he passed away months later but without pain. I just finished your Reiki class and waiting for attunement. Prior to this I also have my Reiki 1 and Reiki 2 Usui Certificates from a Reiki Master of U.S VA medical center in Las Vegas for at least a year now, it has helped alot of former military personnel especially those who suffer from PTSD, unfortunately Mindy had to close down the Reiki Circle session at the VA due to the pandemic so my journey towards obtaining the master credentials was on hold until I found your great class, totally enjoyed. I have performed Reiki healing to friends and relatives including distance healing.. with some amazing results. I look forward in sharing the healing energy and I am very grateful in every aspects. Thank you once again!

    1. Thank you so much for stopping by Tino, and for sharing your touching story too! Bless, I’m so proud of you for helping your father’s crossing be pain-free! It’s an honour to be a part of this journey with you, especially as an existing Reiki practitioner – I hope you take your time and enjoy the rest of the course sweet friend! #biglove to you!

  2. Thank you so much for sharing this! I am in your Reiki course. This sharing of your father’s cardiac arrest was intensely personal to me. In April 2004, my father went to the hospital because of difficulties he was having. He was given a blood transfusion and during it, he had a cardiac arrest. Your description was very similar, the full life support, etc. At the time, I prayed of course, and I was able to hold his hand and talk to him and tell him how much I loved him but at the time I knew nothing of energy healing. A few hours later he had a second cardiac arrest and died. I wish I had known about healing energy then but thank God that I do now. 16 years later, my beautiful mother has just turned 102 years young and I am so grateful to know about the healing qualities of Reiki. You and your father’s testimony are so important and you have upped my commitment EVEN MORE to fill my life and my mother’s life with as much LOVE and healing energy as possible! Thank you,thank you, thank you! She is in a wheelchair but gets dressed and goes out every single day! Her body is weaker than it was a year ago but her spirit is still glowing and I remind her often to be grateful, to just say “thank you!”

    1. Thank you so much for stopping by Pam, and for sharing your own story! Bless, it sounds like your journey has been a challenging one – and I’m so proud of you sweet friend! You are allowing your mother’s life to be full of love & light, through your love and energy – she sounds like an amazing soul! And I’m sure your father is immensely proud of you, smiling down over you both as you embrace these precious moments together. You are most welcome sweet friend, it means so much to know that sharing my store inspires you — and in turn — your story inspires me, too. #biglove always Pam x

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