Planting Orchards in the Midst of Change

This post is being written with a heavy, although hopeful, heart and is penned in absolute shock. Yesterday, my employer informed me that his new business model can no longer support my services. I was told that yesterday would be my last day and was given no prior notice or warning. To say I’m in shock and absolutely devastated would be an extreme understatement.

However, I’m a firm believer that all things work together for good and that a door never slams shut in your face without a wide window of opportunity opening. That is what I’m trusting in at this point. I have been incredibly blessed to receive amazing support and encouragement from a few co-workers and from colleagues in other regions. Their encouragement has been a real boost. My husband’s unwavering, faithful encouragement and support has also been a true source of strength. I’m blessed!

I spent today updating my resume and taking care of the many administrative issues that suddenly being unemployed necessitates. My plans right now are to immediately return to private practice, to begin offering several classes and webinars each month, and to return to providing classes and seminars nationwide. I would also like to once again provide biblical wellness classes in churches, return to offering my 40-Day Negativity Fasts in women’s groups, and seek corporate opportunities to provide lunch-n-learn seminars. In the midst of all of that, I am getting ready to re-launch my lifestyle improvement program that has helped many people improve their health, gain fitness, and lose weight by changing their lifestyle and balancing their metabolism. My top priority is to get my website back up and running following a GoDaddy glitch. I’m obviously not sitting still!

The good news in all of this is that I can now devote more time to this blog. You can expert more posts on a weekly basis and will soon see it migrate to my personal URL. Other good news is that my rates will now be lower and more in line with the demographic average for my region. I am setting up a new office and will share information about that very soon.

Until then, please feel free to contact me (317.258. 5782 or pamela @ goodworkswellness -dot- com) if you would like to schedule a consultation or receive information about scheduling me to speak. I welcome all opportunities to serve. Your prayers for clarity of vision and sensitivity to God’s call right now are much appreciated.

It’s all good … and I sense it will soon be even better! I’m not just making lemonade out of these lemons, I’m juicing them, making an alkalizing smoothie, and planting the seeds to grow an orchard!

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Dr. Pamela Reilly is a Naturopathic Physician dedicated to helping people improve their health and eliminate symptoms using natural, integrative methods. She has over 25 years of experience and has helped men, women and children improve their health using a holistic, client-centered focus. She sees clients in Indianapolis, does house calls, and also conducts consultations via Skype or telephone. Please feel free to contact her or visit her Consultations page for more information. Dr. Pamela speaks nationwide on a wide variety of health topics and welcomes speaking invitations.

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3 Responses to Planting Orchards in the Midst of Change

  1. Pamela Reilly, Naturopath, CNHP, CNC, CPH says:

    Thank you so much, Sharon. Good Works Wellness is my company, so I will definitely continue posting here … probably more often than I have been! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thanks so much for your kind words. Have a gorgeous weekend!

  2. Sharon says:

    Pamela,
    I just discovered your blog and now this news! I wish you the best and know that God will guide you through this and into a better place. Thanks for all of the information you have provided here.

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