Placebo Effect

I don’t know why people discount the placebo affect. (Based on the definition of both affect and effect I think both apply correctly.) Placebos can help upwards of 70% of the time with no real side effects.

Today I did an energy clearing for a client. Which means I needed to prep and get into accord with myself first. And then I thanked God for letting me draw from whatever healing was given. I have no way to quantify any of this mind you.

But I feel better. In fact I feel great. I was procrastinating helping others because I have been feeling lazy about having to ground myself and do self care but this right here points to the real need to help others to also help myself. Talk about a win/win.

Life sure does work mysteriously and majestically sometimes; doesn’t it?

I smiled for the first time today and it was an authentic, loving smile of deep gratitude and serenity. I haven’t felt that just good out the blue in a while. But I guess this wasn’t really out of the blue either.

It isn’t me. It’s God. It’s divinity. It’s pure love.

But you know, even if it were the placebo affect…. which I can’t discount although I personally know it isn’t. Still. Even if it were. I’ll take it. Wrap it up with a bow. Yes, please and thank you.


Author: porngirl3

I have always enjoyed reading and writing. Maybe because I have always been on the quiet and reclusive side; which most people may not guess at first glance or if seeing me in a social setting, especially around people I am comfortable with but it’s also not something I have an issue with. I need solitude to recharge. Writing gives me the peace and time to renew that is offered to you for your enjoyment and pleasure as well. I hope. Lol

2 thoughts on “Placebo Effect”

  1. That is one of the beautiful things about being a conduit of healing, it also heals you. I am so glad you found that truth and your experience confirms it. It should help you to embrace healing others in the future.

    Centering and grounding should be a part of your everyday ritual. It helps to face the world on a more balanced platform when you do. At least, that has been my experience.

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    1. Yes. You’re right. It has just felt like a lot. I’m in therapy. I meditate and pray daily. I am working on my own health. I have two businesses and a part time job. Plus three kiddos and each has a pet. Then add on an on again off again boyfriend thing.

      That self care and grounding and just the fact of having to do it kind of pisses me off. To be honest. I’m not trying to see it negatively. It’s just that it’s in my “must do” pile and I resent how long that list is already spent days and I scratch it off grumbling.

      Like exercise. I know how beneficial it is. I know how great I feel after. But it’s one more thing in a myriad of endless things I have to do. And I Kno it’s for me own good and you would think seeing it and experiencing it first hand would make me do it. But……

      I’m kind of an idiot. Well. Maybe not even kind of. Lol. I need to find cheats for myself. And the best way to force myself to do it, will be to heal others. Lol. As convoluted as that sounds.

      Lazy to the tenth power. 🀣


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