I think having a normal day job to start with would be good. Then pursue this on the side, as an extra passion of yours. Maybe study with some good teachers, so that you get more experience, and at least a few credentials and recommendations. People tend to take you more seriously that way. And it also shows that...
Best answer: I think having a normal day job to start with would be good. Then pursue this on the side, as an extra passion of yours. Maybe study with some good teachers, so that you get more experience, and at least a few credentials and recommendations. People tend to take you more seriously that way. And it also shows that you're serious about what you're doing.
Having a website where you offer your services is good. You can also, eventually, create your own events on Facebook and such, in order to spread the word. But then of course you'll need to find somewhere to host them. Don't overcharge people. ESPECIALLY not in the beginning! Maybe be open to having Skype sessions where people donate according to their own income, and what they feel like your services are worth? And again: don't make it your one and only source of income, right now. Just a side business that you're exploring, to see if you can actually make a living off of this.
That's just my take, though... But I also think, you should do some of your own research! Why do you just keep asking this question on Y!A, time and time again? As if that's going to solve it... You seem to have a LOT of dreams in life, but not the guts to actually go through with it! And you just don't seem particularly resourceful, looking for constant reassurance from other people, and things.. :S Not saying that to be mean. But if I were to seek out a spiritual teacher, in my life..? It would be someone resourceful, well-functioning and creative, who had their own sh*t in order! So that they could help me work on MY sh*t... If you catch my drift. :-P
Also, something else I'm thinking: you seem to be in a bit of a strange position, ideology-wise! In that you're sort of a Christian, but also sort of alternative/New-Age-y.. And I definitely think that could be part of the reason why a lot of people wouldn't be attracted to what you're selling! Because anything New-Age-y like that..? Is just NOT attractive to most Christians! They see it as evil and demonic, and will use that as a reason not to trust you! While for more alternative, New-Age-y people like me..? A lot of us have had bad experiences with Christianity, just generally get a bad vibe from organized religion, and do NOT want any of that in our lives! So I'll admit, when someone tries to sell me something that is SORT OF in my world, but then ALSO so obviously tainted by Christianity..? I immediately lose interest!
..Just speaking the truth here. I know you can't change who you are. But that's probably how a lot of people feel... Unfortunately for you. :S
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