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- Psychic Parties
*Note: in-person parties cannot yet be scheduled due to health precautions pertaining to covid-19. Parties will be scheduled for future events at my discretion Your friends and family will love gathering together for any party or event you plan, while gaining one-on-one insight from my psychic services. These psychic parties have been a huge hit; examples being wine tasting, tacos & tarot, Halloween parties, baby shower, and more! Must have a minimum of 3 readings scheduled. No more than 10 (including free host reading). Guests usually pay for their own readings.
- Online Reading
These sessions delve into your innermost feelings, helping you sort out current issues in your life. Our spirit guides love to provide insight and guidance. Don’t leave it to chance, and get the information you’ve been seeking regarding your family, love life, relationships, finances, career, health, and so much more.
- Home Energy Cleansing
*Note: all on-location services will need to be contactless. I will wear appropriate PPE due to health precautions for covid-19. Scheduling will be at my discretion This special service helps to purify the air, and clear spiritual or emotional negativity that has built up in a body or space. I use a combination of intuitive methods including herbal smoke, sound therapy, and more.
- SOAP SAFETY 101. Learn what to wear and how to handle soap making materials.
Greetings, friend! Making soap, be it cold or hot process, is an amazing creative outlet and method of controlling what you are using on your body. In order to make soap, we need to use lye. Knowing that lye is a caustic chemical can seem frightening, I know! Follow basic safety guidelines and you should find that it's not that scary after all. Folks have been making soap with lye for thousands of years! We just want to ensure that you are able to freely and SAFELY wave your soap wand and unveil your magical creations! For basic safety gear you will need: Clothing Wear long pants and a shirt with long, tight fighting sleeves. It couldn't hurt to toss on an apron or lab coat if you happen to have one laying around, but that is not mandatory. Always wear foot protection. I personally wear rubber rain boots, but I'm goofy like that. Long hair should be pulled up and out of the way. I've learned the foolish way that brushing loose hair out of your face with raw soap batter on your gloves kind of sucks. Some folks also wear a hat, hair net, snood, silk cap, or similar items. Gloves I recommend using dish-washing, or similar, gloves which offer forearm protection. If you're wearing that snuggly sleeved shirt I mentioned, you may be able to tuck the sleeves under the gloves. Make sure whichever non-porous gloves you use fit your hands well. Safety Goggles These are SUPER important! While it is pretty uncommon, soap batter or lye can splash up. Safety goggles help protect your eyes and the surrounding area. Regular glasses do not offer good protection because they do not surround your eyes. If you do wear glasses, make sure whichever goggles you get can fit nicely around your glasses. A face shield is also an option. Ventilation Caustic fumes occur when lye is mixed with a liquid. Make sure you are working in a room where you have a good source for fresh air. Mixing your lye water outside is a popular option. Mask This one is more optional, but I never soap without one. A good mask can help keep you from breathing in fumes, and make soaping a more enjoyable experience. You should always wear a mask when working with micas and other fine particles. Running Water As careful as we are, sometimes lye water or soap batter may get on our skin. In this case, you will need to rinse that area with cool water for a good few minutes. Skipping this step could lead to chemical burns. If the lye water or soap batter somehow gets in your eyes, flush well with water and seek emergency medical help. Surface Protection It's a good idea to cover your workspace with something like freezer paper or a plastic or vinyl tablecloth. You'll need a place to set down your tools and containers etc. that you won't need to worry about ruining. I usually wrap mine around my equipment after I've finished working and let it sit safely overnight before washing. White Vinegar Have this on hand to clean surface areas should any lye or batter get on them. When done soaping, you may want to wipe your surface down with some vinegar just to be safe. Do not use vinegar on your skin. I will reiterate that you must use water for you body.
- Psychic | Miriam's Wellspring Reiki & Psychic Services | United States
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- Reviews | Miriam's Wellspring
WHAT PEOPLE SAY Sandra's warm and welcoming energy was exactly what I needed. I received a reading from her a few weeks ago and it was spot on. She has such a strong connection to spirit and really helped me find some answers I was seeking. — Annette Kimball Give Us Your Feedback Rate Us Pretty bad Not so good Good Very good Awesome Rate Us Send Feedback Thanks for submitting!
- About | Miriam's Wellspring
Sandra Ora "Honor your body and soul" I am an eclectic lady who decided to start a business because I know I have a lot to offer the world. I am a priestess, prophetess, minister, psychic, empath, Jewitch, energy worker, reiki practitioner, and artisan. My services are designed to help both heal and guide you. My bath & body products complement these services. They are infused with reiki, and have been designed and hand crafted with love and care. I have been continuously honing my crafts since childhood. Like many others, I experienced suffering in my early life. I know it sounds "preachy," but I truly believe that we can only really find our strengths by coming out on the other end of traumatic events. My father passed away when I was quite young. His "visitations" when I was a child were the catalyst for me discovering my psychic abilities. I have lost many other deeply beloved friends and family members, and experienced other traumas in my 40 years. These occurrences helped shaped my personality, witty & dark sense of humor, quirky aesthetic, and my drive to continuously pick myself up out of the muck and keep fighting. Healers often come into this profession because they've either looked for help they couldn't find, or they found the help that changed their lives profoundly. My empathy and intuition lead me to be very laid back and easy to talk to. Our sessions can be as open book as you're comfortable with. Sessions can often times feel like therapy (I am not a mental health professional). They are safe, confidential, and sacred spaces. When it comes to other traits, I am pretty much 50/50 creative and nerdy. Soaping is a great mix of all of my interests because it includes mathematical calculations, scientific formulas, chemical reactions, AND I get to plan all the pretty colors, designs, and smells! Oh, and the clever names! I also infuse all of my products with healing energy and design them with pure love and light.