Often my clients feel pressure to find the ONE healing modality that fits (like finding the ONE). Yet it is the intention to evolve, learn and move on that makes a great healer. You may work with Tarot and decide that you resonate more with Runes. You may start out as a massage therapist and realize you’d rather be a vet tech. Awesome. No one is judging you from the great beyond. You may — like me in the early days — go through a period of half-assed gurus before you recognize the teachers who are meant for you. Everyone has a lesson to share but that doesn’t mean you have to sit at their feet forever. It’s your life, so possess it with both hands. My sense is that there is no end point when it comes to a soul’s journey — so learn, and move on. There’s plenty of time.
You may wish to go back to school, travel or swing in a hammock. You could spend hours learning from great masters on YouTube. Being a healer isn’t a one-size-fits-all, so ease up on the pressure and practice unconditional love (my new thing.)
Spirituality doesn’t have to be so serious. In fact, I run from those who make it a big drag. Dreary teachers, be gone! More like children, less like church. Discovering the fullest expression of your soul – in whatever outrageous costume you wear – is meant to be fun and (in my case) often irreverent. I have a sense that God/dess loves to laugh through us because this life is truly hilarious.