So, what is it you do?

Hello lovely people,

It’s been an awesome week in the healing room this week and one of the major factors in why I feel so good is that I’ve actually been able to show people what I’m about. I think since running my business full time, I’ve found that I’ve had to do a lot of talking about what I do. I’ve also done a lot of writing about what I do. I think that’s because it is so difficult to capture succinctly, in a nutshell, what exactly it is that I do.

Those of you who network will find that it really is an art to get what you do down to one sentence. For some professions, it’s self-explanatory but my work isn’t so simple. As I’ve been doing the networking circuit, I’ve developed little one liners that I use such as “I help people find their inner peace”- flaky and ultra-spiritual approach. “I help you become the best version of you” – vague, but inspiring. Truth is, I do all of these things and more and I can’t put it in a sentence that captures it. I’m still working on the wording!

So to cut out all the verbal issues, this week I had a day of free healing where I invited people who wanted to come and see what it was all about to receive a free mini-session with me. It turned out to be one of the best days ever and I am still buzzing. Just goes to show that its doing what you love that fills you up. The day was purely about showing people in a practical way how healing can help them. I loved it so much, it’s going to be a regular thing that I do.

My work is a privelege as I get to meet the most inspiring people. The stories of survival never cease to have an impact on me. I learn as much from my clients and students as they learn from me. This week I remembered why I made the decision to take Healing Works full time. In the pressure of being self-employed, sometimes I forget that I made this decision so that I could live my dreams. It’s easy to forget that and it was a good reminder that its not about paying the bills, it’s about giving what I came here to give and really enjoying life.

Looking back at when I made the decision, my story was about life being a journey. Along the way, I’ve met some truly inspiring souls who have made me realise that the journey is ongoing, it’s the adventure that matters. The one thing that has really helped me as I go through this process is something a good friend said to me a while back and in my pre-occupation I’d not heard properly. “Happiness is the key to this adventure.” I’m fortunate in that the friends I have around me are those I share a close bond with. Like minded-souls who have had those experiences that have awakened them to living the fullness of life and soaking up the enriching experiences in every moment. I love these beautiful inspiring people who remind me what it is to love, live and laugh.

In the moments where we are most carefree and enjoying life, these are the moments we have full faith and trust that our life path and purpose is already written. Learning to let go and allowing it to unfold in it’s own way takes patience and while it does, the only way to see life is an adventure. I’m still getting there with it, and I’m blessed to have the right people around me to remind me.

I realise this has gone off on a tangent, but I guess what I wanted to do was to show you where I am coming from and how I approach my work. My life lessons are reflected in the clients and students I see. If I had to try and put it in a nutshell after writing that, I guess what I do is learn what it is to be myself and teach others to do the same. The beauty of what I do is that it requires me to continue growing and learning in order to capture that process, light it up and give it to you.

What a blessing!

I’ve taken some time to simplify all the bumpf on my website to make it easier for you to see exactly what you get from a session with me. If you’d like to have a look – click here

I am also offering a free 20 minute consultation so that you can come and have a chat about we can help you and answer any questions. Please get in touch if you’d like to take this up.

Love and light,

Hafsa xx

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