Is Healing Work Really About Curing the Crazy?
The other day I was talking to a cherished client…
We were joking around about how she isn’t going to need me much longer as she’s making quite brilliant strides in our work together.
I love our work together–it’s fast paced, high octane energy work at it’s best.
What we create is all about taking life to a whole new level.
We’re calling in abundance, and releasing the riff-raff energy that no longer serves.
I started to feel how much I’d miss her when she is ready to leave my nest. And I told her so.
And she said, “Fear not, you’ve not seen the last of my crazy!”
I laughed so hard, the tea practically shot out my nose.
Later, it made me think: Is healing work really about curing the crazy?
Of course not. But I’ll be honest, it’s why I first went to see a healer myself. I thought I was losing it. I thought I was going crazy. Nothing was making sense in my life and I needed a guide.
Mostly it’s because you are craving an expansion of spirit–you want a better feeling life.
Usually you have a sense of where you need to be–where you’d like your life to go–but have no idea how to get there.
And yes, sometimes you come because you do feel just a little bit nuts.
I see the most amazing clients. I simply love them and the work we are doing. Together, we’re co-creating; making the magic happen. And no, it’s not about me blowing smoke up anyone’s butt.
And so far, I haven’t met a crazy one yet!
It’s about you finally being seen for all that you are.
It’s about me holding a bigger vision than the one you hold for yourself. It’s about helping you to understand that you too have the blessing to take your life to the next level. There is nothing you have to DO, nothing to EARN. It’s about letting the good in!
Healing work is about letting the sunshine in, inviting it to shine on all your parts–the stuff you hate, the stuff you wish would be different, the stuff you wonder about being OK or not.
Often it’s about turning up the volume on the small voice inside you that whispers: I have something powerful to do in this lifetime.
Have you ever felt like it is hard to feel better all by yourself?
Even after doing the good things you do for yourself–reading the right books, eating the right foods, taking care of your body, you still feel that something is off.
You were never meant to tough life out all by yourself. You need a mirror. Someone to help you and hold your hand.
Have you ever tried to see yourself without a mirror? Try it now. Without looking in the mirror, what do you look like?
Without a mirror, you are using your memory and imagination to conjure up an image of yourself. And often it’s the case that you focus on the parts of yourself that are hard to love. Hard to accept.
A mirror helps you to see more clearly. A mirror makes it hard for anyone to say things like there is a horn coming out of my head and my nose is the size of a banana.
I’m here to be that person for you. To guide you through, to shine a little light.
Wondering how to begin? Get in touch, I’m here.