People come to see us because they need our help with their healing process. They are usually experiencing suffering of some kind. They pay us, and in return, we provide compassion, support, and care. Our patients are not expected to respond in kind, so the normal give and take that we would experience in other relationships isn’t there. More often than not, it is energetically one sided.

Healers give all day long, and if you aren’t practicing good self-care, this can cause burn out. Another issue that can cause burnout is taking on emotional responsibility for your patients’ well-being. There is a fine balance between feeling compassion and becoming emotionally attached to an outcome. Read Facebook Status