The older I get, the clearer I’m becoming about who I am as a practitioner, and who I am not. I know where my passions and strengths lie, and in an ever-unfolding act of self-love, I allow ‘what is not me’ to fall away whilst in pursuit of greater authenticity.
At times, this has meant saying good bye to certain modalities, clients, product lines and ways of working. It has meant saying no to supplements, massage and being part of the private health care rebate system. Continue reading “Working with Om”
I had had a lovely morning talking with my daughter and she has inspired some blogs. Here’s the first one, before I forget everything she told me! “I don’t understand. You get these people who go vegan, but they haven’t done their research and they aren’t eating properly, and they get sick, and then instead of fixing up their diet, they just decide veganism is bad for them … Continue reading The Super Hero
My vegan lifestyle nurtures both my inner child (who loves animals), and my empathic self, who cannot knowingly harm another without feeling harmed herself.
Why does this matter? Because nurturing these parts of me not only ensures great balance and joy in my personal life, it develops my professional skill as a clairsentient healer with a passion for creative therapies and emotional intelligence.
Someone recently asked me for some advice about how they might go about building the kind of success I have with my business. I bring in a full time income via my healing business. I have a very long waiting list and a great reputation. My challenges at this stage of the journey are about servicing demand, but how did I build the business I have today?