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Jessica Sharp, TJT, RMT

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Intuition

Finding Footing in a Virtual Economy

TL;DR: Irony and fears about money. I'm trying to put myself on a schedule of only doing 1-2 work "things" per day. Like all small business owners right now I do have moments where I freak out about money, and... Continue Reading →

Coronavirus Preparation: How Does Energy Work Factor In? Maybe More Than You Realize…..

As countries around the globe lock down or prepare for lock-downs, it can feel like a juggernaut of bad news bearing down on us. Long-term school closures, lost income and no end of the crisis in sight can leave the... Continue Reading →

Is Reiki Sex Work?, Part 2

In my earlier post, "Is Reiki Sex Work?", I cheekily outlined best behavior Do's and Don'ts for potential clients on how to speak appropriately to both Reiki healers and sex workers (hint: treat them both respectfully.) However, I don't want... Continue Reading →

“I wanted to cry. Is this normal?”

In our culture we very rarely *allow* ourselves to take complete, unadulterated joy in someone else's joy.

Do I Need a Specific Crystal/Incense/Oil To Heal?

No.

3 Questions To Ask When Choosing a Reiki Healer

Maybe you've found yourself looking for a Reiki healer, but you're not sure who will be the right fit -- that's totally normal!  Feeling comfortable with someone is good start, but here are some more tips and tricks for making... Continue Reading →

The Art of Not Being Grateful

Cultivate an attitude of gratitude! Be grateful for the challenges in your life!  They made you who you are today! Gratitude is everything! These phrases are, on face value, kind of true.  In most cases, we can be grateful for... Continue Reading →

“The Moon Doesn’t Rush to Get Full”

A few weeks ago I was working with a client whose energy held a desire to just hurry up and get through an uncomfortable, sad process....

When Healing, Are You a Patient or Participant?

"One does not have be a combat soldier, or visit a refugee camp in Syria or the Congo to encounter trauma. Trauma happens to us, our friends, our families, and our neighbors. Research by the Centers for Disease Control and... Continue Reading →

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