Somebody asked me why don’t healers work with people for free? :)
1. I’m not a healer. People heal themselves same as they ruin themselves. I just show them where they started the problem and help them to release it. It’s actually pretty easy when you can bypass all the malfunctioning guard that ppl put on.
2. I need to eat, pay rent, dress. I also WANT to travel and have an interesting life.
3. I posses a unique skill for which I payed tons of money and time.
4. When you pay - you PAY attention. Let’s face it: someone gives you a ticket to a musical and on the day of the show you have a tough day at work- you will probably bail on going. But if you payed $300 for it you would definitely make it, no? I would :) and there was a bunch of free good stuff that I didn’t appreciate. I’m a human and humans do that. Bc if I pay I manifest: I am ready to use this and receive the benefits. When ppl tell me “I don’t have money” I just add 2 words: “for this”. You don’t have money for this. But we have money for all the stupid shit that makes us feel good for a moment: restaurants, cars, gadgets, clothes.
I remember my girlfriend was complaining about life and wanted to do a session she said she didn’t have money, I offered her a discount she still wouldn’t take it bc as she said it’s still was too expensive, at that time my session rate was $200. A week after she offers me to buy workout shorts from her that she ordered online but they didn’t fit. She bought them for $250 😂 Wtf? I don’t buy myself such expensive workout shorts, 50 bucks max and let’s go, gym is for sweating. 🤣😅
Then I realize that ppl pay for something they see valuable. If they don’t see my skill valuable - I don’t want to work with them, neither it would be as helpful as with those who really want it.
And I want my clients to shine! I still get letters from people time after we worked on shifting their lives. Their finances got in the place, relationships built, careers thrive. I want all that for them!
It’s not about what they payed, it’s about what they eventually got.
What do you guys think about it?