Hello Beautiful Soul!
As we move into the energy of the new moon a few days ago, I've realised it's a wonderful time for completing a lot of the 'stuff' that there is a tendency to ignore in the hope it goes away... it never goes away though, does it. And the longer we ignore it, the bigger it bites back when we least expect it! Or is that just me?
Anyway, I don't know about you but I have had a lot of 'stuff' on my plate lately and have been running about in all directions. As a result, I'm suffering from a little burn-out and fatigue so today I wanted to write a little bit about the health of people who spend their lives looking after the health and wellbeing of others -- healers.
If you're a healer, people seem to think you're not allowed to get sick yourself. As though, if you do, it shows you can't be very good at healing. But of course healers also get sick and tired just like anyone else.
As someone who's been an intuitive healer for most of the 71 years I've been lucky enough to walk this beautiful planet, I know very well that it doesn't matter how great a healer you are for others - you're still going to go down with some lurgy or ailment yourself at times. This is because we healers tend to do the very thing we advise our clients not to do... we work too much and burn ourselves out. We run around juggling clients, admin, friends and loved ones, animals, grandchildren (maybe just me again)... there's not much time left to sit down and turn those healing energies on ourselves. Of course, healers are still humans as well, with our own lessons to learn and mistakes to make and ailments of the mind, body and spirit simply reflect this. So-called dis-ease is not to be feared or denied in the 'oh no, I'm fine, I can still do it all...' kind of way. It is a beautiful message from Source Energy that something is out of balance - and how would we know that something needs rebalancing without these heavenly nudges?
All I really want to say to you is that if you're feeling under the weather, don't ignore the signs or drown them out with over-the-counter medications so that you can continue your gruelling schedule... love yourself enough to stop, rest, recover and regroup. If that means two days on the sofa with lemon and honey drinks and a DVD boxset, then that is my prescription for you!
Lots of love, Zoë