The truth is that spiritual techniques and modalities are just tools; the profession of human transformation is coaching.
The spiritual or “healer” aspects are just the means to an end, a way of doing or achieving objectives.
Very often, healers and other professional consultants are so enamored by the tools they use and have mastered, that they fall into the trap of selling and promoting their tools… their techniques… not the value and change they can bring to their clients.
In fact, adopting such an approach, makes you sound like all the other practitioners – presenting yourself almost like a commodity.
It may be harsh to accept, I know! but how can a potential client differentiate between 10 consultants or practitioners… all preaching the wonders of technique ‘X’?
The answer to these challenges is not taking more or advanced courses to become a better & proficient ‘Master’.
It begins with the recognition that the technique is just one of the tools available to you, and realizing that clients want guidance towards specific solutions to their challenges.
This is where the coaching profession steps in: it is here to structure the framework to work together with the client, guiding them from point A to point B;
… a proven method, crafted to help coaches analyze the ‘story’ their clients throw at them and effectively breaking it sensible pieces – discerning what’s important from the background noise.
And by doing so, revealing practical solutions.