Pricing and Energetic Exchange

Life is a full circle, widening until it joins the circle motions of the infinite.

Anais Nin

My Philosophy

My plant allies have taught me three specific lessons when it comes to payments for healing:

  1. Healing should be available to all people, regardless of income.
  2. Healing requires a sacrifice of some kind by the recipient.
  3. Every effective healer must receive the energy and resources necessary to continue their healing.

Many healers have different views when it comes to energetic exchange, but the three bullet points above are simply the lessons my plants commanded me to live by.

If you are in need of healing, I do not want money ever to stand in the way of you receiving the help you need. However, for healing to work, the plants taught me that a sacrifice of some kind is required by the recipient. This is not only to help the healer pay for the time and resources necessary to be a healer, it is also simply due to the fact that if you don’t bring a sacrifice to your healing, it will not work. An energetic transfer is required.

So, what does this all mean in practice? I have developed an easy tool to make sure the three lessons above are met. Using the honor system, I ask that you take the amount of money you earn per hour and multiply it by three (3). This is my suggested amount that you pay per each hour-long session we have together. The reason for this is that for each hour-long healing session I perform, I spend a total of three hours preparing, performing and recuperating. In this way, I meet you exactly at your level and our exchange is a one-to-one energetic transfer.

Your Hourly Wage x 3 = Your Payment Per Each Hour-Long Session

If you have any questions with any part of my philosophy or any unique situations that make the amount I ask you to pay confusing, please feel free to contact me and we can work it out. As I stated before, I do not want money ever to stand in the way of you and your healing.

Many Blessings and Much Love,


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