As a healer I am always on the quest to improve my services and increase the benefits my clients receive. I’ve learned many things over the years and I would like to share them with you so you can maximize the results your clients experience as well. I am going to address the two main factors in any working relationship- your approach, and theirs!…
As a healer I am always on the quest to improve my services and increase the benefits my clients receive. I’ve learned many things over the years and I would like to share them with you so you can maximize the results your clients experience as well. I am going to address the two main factors in any working relationship- your approach, and theirs! As a practitioner is it important that we approach every situation with the highest ethics possible. We are not out to make money off of our clients, or turn them into a cash crop. Our chief concern should be about helping these people regain their lives and become functional individuals capable of handling their own problems. There are three main areas that need to be addressed in order for us to ascertain if we are working with the highest ethics possible. These are:
•Free Will- Free Will is the most important consideration when addressing ethics. There are many practitioners out there that appear to be ‘authorities’ and encourage people’s reliance upon them. Some people become so dependent on clairvoyants and healers that they continually go back to them just to have everyday questions answered and decisions made for them. As ethical practitioners, we must guard against this at all costs! It is vitally important that our clients develop independence and do not come to rely on our services in such a manner that they are no longer living their own lives! Are your clients involved in the healing or are you doing everything yourself? Are you telling them what energy they are holding onto that is causing them harm and are you assisting them in releasing it? Or do you just pull energy out or put energy in? The latter practice does not fully engage Free Will, even if we ask their permission. We understand that the reason people develop their issues is the underlying energy they are holding onto. If they don’t learn the lessons necessary for them to move into new energy, they will continue to manifest issues in their lives. Going in and removing these issues without allowing the client to connect to the real issue, really accomplishes nothing. Involving them personally in their own process and making them responsible to release this energy themselves, is the only way to really release it from their lives.
•Ego- Avoiding getting into ego can be one of the hardest challenges we face as practitioners. Heck, we are people too, but it is important that we recognize that we aren’t doing the healing, we are simply acting as a channel. When we engage the client and make them responsible for releasing their own energy, we simply become a facilitator and guide. Our clients should feel appreciated and supported by us. If they have a problem with us, we should be able to encourage them to discuss their issues.
•Intention- What is your intention for your healing? Are you intending that your client have an amazing session and become empowered through it? Or are you more concerned with getting repeat business? Some practitioners tell me they never share a personal opinion with their clients. They tell me they are afraid they might upset them and lose their business. This isn’t an attitude that is conducive with healing. It is important to share your information with your client. It is up to the client to choose their own response and feelings about it. What we have to share can help the client step into higher energy. To keep information from a client because we are afraid they don’t want to hear it is to deny Truth and a possible opportunity the client has for healing. Make your focus on the client and not on the money!