Firefly Healing, LLC

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Thank you for your visit! I am a writer and pianist/accompanist and operate through my self-owned business, Firefly Healing, LLC. Below are the thoughts behind my company name.

There is magic in the ordinary. How we experience life is greatly influenced by our perspective. Bugs and darkness are two things that many people fear, yet fireflies—bugs in the dark!—enchant us because of their tiny lights. In the darkest of times, we can look for the flashes of light: silver linings, beauty, humor, hope, and gratitude. They may be elusive but they will brighten our world.

The light is wild. We often desire growth or wellness with expectations attached. It is wise to remember that all things in nature—of which we humans are a part—have the potential for surprise, and that the challenges of pain, disease, and death are natural too. Nature is serene and fierce, full of grace and suffering, patterned yet unpredictable. We must allow our hearts to stay open, to choose life again and again, regardless of circumstances that may be out of our control.

The light is already in you. Many people seek healing somewhere out there…in elaborate programs, in others who seem more evolved, or in esoteric theories. Feel what is right for you resonate in the center of your body. Let go of all which does not bring peace, joy, and health. Be honest with yourself and act with integrity.

Life is brief but bright. There is light and there is dark…there is life and there is death. We need not fear either. Shine in the darkness. Live bigger in the bright moments!

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