“The one who walks a lot, knows a lot.”-Gypsy Proverb
Welcome to the magical world of Gypsy Energy Secrets.
My name is Milana Perepyolkina and I will be your guide while we travel to the land of wellbeing, joy, and happiness.
In my experience, people have a baseline expectation for their life that is set too low. Wellness and well-being mean more than being pain free, or free of chronic illness or depression. When you are interested in getting as much out of life as possible you take the steps necessary to create a life that is full of bliss.
- A fulfilled life means embracing life–waking up with a smile, jumping out of bed in the morning and looking forward to work that is engaging and challenging, enjoying healthy relationships with family, friends, and colleagues.
- A rich life is built by holding nothing back and being free of fear most of the time–until a healthy of dose of fear in the short term spurs good and decisive action.
- Robust good health is enjoying how your body feels, being full of energy, not being sick or at risk for chronic illness, experiencing deep rest and play, and loving the food you eat and how good it makes you feel.
This much higher level of mental, emotional, and physical health is within your reach and it is also a magical way to live.
Feel free to contact me at Gypsysoul2014@outlook.com to make an appointment for a healing session or to share your story. I will be happy to guide you through the wonderful journey of discovering your true self.
Please go to the HEALING tab for more information.
This website does not represent the views of all Romanies (the traditions of different Romani nations vary a lot and I can only speak from the Russian Romani, Russka Roma, point of view). Romanies are inaccurately called Gypsies. The word “Gypsy” is not liked by most Romanies. It is connected with negative stereotypes and discrimination. In this website I will use the words “Romani” and “Romanies” along with “Gypsy” and “Gypsies” only because most readers are familiar just with the latter words. Sometimes I will use the word “Roma.” It is used in several Romani dialects for “Gypsies.”