As a Colorado healer, have you defined your type of healing? Meaning, who is your ideal client? Which issues do you most enjoy helping and which issues do you serve best? They may not be the same things.
How do you describe your brand of healing work? Are you certified in certain things? Or making it up as you go along (which can be totally valid)? Are you constantly evolving and learning new techniques so you can improve your abilities?
Are you limited in which issues you can help or what type of sessions you do? Do you offer packages?
Do you feel like you’re stuck with triaging clients all the time? Or have you gotten people to a place of maintenance?
Is it easy to schedule appointments with you? Is it easy to pay you? Do you have a follow up system in place for checking on your client’s progress and transformation?
The way I see it, there are at least 2 types of healers: (1) those who practice their modality, and (2) those who create transformation for their clients.
Which of these healers are you?
All of these questions can help you define who you are as a healer.
In fact, you need to sit down with your journal and answer them for yourself.
The more clarity you can get, the better your healing business becomes because you define who you are, exactly what you do, who and what you treat, what kind of results you get, and what kind of business you want to have. When you have these questions answered and the structure in place, building your business as a healer goes on autopilot (at least some of it does) so that you can concentrate on doing what you do best: healing.
How far are you in the process of developing yourself as a professional healer? Where are you stuck?
Let us know in the comments so we can get you moving forward. The world needs your healing!
With The Creator in Truth, Love, & Gratitude
Pat the Cosmic Cowgirl