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Jessica Sharp, TJT, RMT

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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 →

In the Past 3 Days…

Stories of how my Reiki clients are thriving!

Deferred Payment, Discounts for Federal Employees During the Shutdown

During the government shutdown (the current one or any in the future), any federal employee can schedule a Reiki session.  Payment will not be due until that employee receives their backpay, and the rate will be discounted to $40 (from... Continue Reading →

Reiki for Kids!

I like to start my blogs with a story.  Here's a short one:

In Which I Get It So Wrong. Like, So, So Wrong.

You know that feeling when your ass gets CALLED OUT and then you feel like you have to question everything?  And then the embarrassment creeps in, like "how could I have gotten it so wrong?" Oh, honey.  Pull up a chair.

Forgiveness as a F@%! You

A few weeks ago I wrote about refusing to be grateful for deep, traumatic abuses in our lives.  In that post I wrote that "forgiveness and acceptance are important."  I don't dispute the importance of forgiveness, but just like with... 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....

Untangling the Mystery of “Surrender”

What do you think about when you hear the word "surrender"? For some, it is a scary word that conjures images of, say, being mugged and giving up your wallet to a robber with a gun.  In this context, it... Continue Reading →

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