I began my education as a way to heal myself. I am not sure if this is a common practice, but it is what I did. I’d been walking a path of self discovery and spiritual growth for about 4 years when I decided to further my education as a way of healing myself.
When I enrolled in school I’d been doing anything I could to help with my spiritual growth such as classes, seminars, reading books, listening to audio books, anything I could think of that would help me grow. I’d been doing this about 4 years and while I had learned and grown a great deal, I still had not broken through the walls which were keeping me from reaching my goals. After a while I felt, with guidance from a spiritual mentor, that I needed to take my education further. My mentor felt I needed to be healed ( there is back story here that I am not going into. Trust me I needed healing), and then I needed to go on to heal others. I took what she said to heart and decided it was time to get a little more aggressive about making it happen, which is why I enrolled in school.
And that is exactly what happened! I began my healing process and in time I started, in a very organic way, to heal others. As I get closer to the end of my education I find that I am attracting people who need me. This is awesome! I already have 4 clients* and am not out of school!
** Because of that little fact I do not charge them…yet ! 😉
There is nothing more satisfying in life than to help others, that “help” can come in many shapes and sizes, for me it comes in the form of listening,loyalty,love,forgiveness, encouragement and ultimately healing! These are the things I learned that changed my life and they are what I give back to others and ultimately will have an impact on their lives.
So Be Healed, then go out and heal someone else! “I am not a healer” You say? All I can tell you is to jump in with both feet! Don’t hold back, keep an open mind! Be there for another and ask God to lead you….go in with intent and be ready to help! It will happen.
Oh and one bit of advice;when you start “being there” for someone do not just dump them for no reason, communication is of utmost importance in these matters. If you are not committed to the long haul then don’t get started, you could cause more harm than good.
Peace and Love~ Christine