There is something that all spiritual healers, gurus, shamans, mystics and great teachers have in common. They all want to reach out and touch the lives of as many people as possible. But they often struggle to find the people most in need of their support.
Yes, many practitioners find themselves stuck, only able to assist a few people in their local community who hear about their talents through their loved ones.
And so, they offer guidance to friends and family, and a few new clients who reach out once in a blue moon, but deep down they feel the pull to offer their services to an even wider community.
When you have to spend so much time trying to reach those that need you, it’s difficult to dedicate the time you need to grow and hone your craft. Many people remain tethered to their “day job” to pay the bills, pulling them further away from their sacred space.
But it doesn’t have to be this way. Read More