I had been taking a break from doing the candles for a few months due to being busy and feeling a little under the weather. On 12/16/19, I decided to just plain do a candle each for me and for my partner, and WITHIN THE FIRST FIFTEEN MINUTES the partner brought in the day’s mail, which contained a holiday card with an unexpected check for $5,000.00 for me. It seemed like an obvious reminder to do the candles even if life seems too busy or if my health feels droopy, as can happen in extreme cold sometimes. I will let my regular clients know when the service resumes, and I think it will be fairly soon. I’m sorry there has been a break from doing them and look forward to resuming them soon.
From private email 6/19/19 about candle done on 6/18/19, used with permission:
“I GOT A GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP, SO IT DID HELP A LOT!
I WAS GLAD TO GET SOME GOOD SLEEP!”
My email to repeat client while doing a candle for them today, 5/8/19:
“Also, are you guys having too much coffee? I could SMELL coffee in the sage I was burning with your candle, which usually does not smell like coffee but does always smell like whatever issue the people are having–I’d check with [another insider who likes coffee] if I were you!”
The reply was:
“Yes! we have been having a lot of it! I will try to cut down on it! thanks for the candle, as always it’s great!”
Private email from today (5/5/19) about candle which had been finished fifteen minutes previously, used by permission of client who is part of a multiple system, which is what she means by “being out”:
is it done now? I’m feeling some benefit
from it already! I don’t feel anxious
and even though we’re sick I don’t feel
that bad when I am out.
thanks for doing that for me!
Me to repeat candle client about candle done 4/16/19, used with permission and a bit of an edit to preserve privacy. I wrote:
“It finished up and seemed to be
okay. It looks like there might be a little
stress around romance or relationships,
but other than that seemed good.
I hope it helps.
“Wow! You picked up on that? I was thinking
about my partner a lot recently.
I haven’t talked to her in a while.
You know she’s (living far away from me now).
I miss her.”
From client whose father had severe lung infection. The candle was done on his behalf 4/7/19, and this email arrived to me 4/10/19; used with permission:
“Thanks for doing the one for my dad! It really helped!
He’s way better than he was!”
For candle done on 4/9/19, feedback received 4/10/19 and used with permission:
I wrote to client 4/9/19 about candle that finished up 5:30 pm eastern standard time (10:30 pm in their time zone):
“Your candle finished up with a bit of a meltdown, so I hope you’re doing okay.”
The client’s reply:
“no unfortunately I wasn’t ok last night.
I am better this morning though so the candle must’ve helped!”