At the end of each and every day, it’s important to release all the client partners you worked with, spoke with on the phone, booked future appointments for.
Release the person, the session, the issues, into the universe.
Throughout the day, you do what you can for your client partners. At the end of the day, It is time for them each to accept your healing and go back out into the world.
Each person and his/her issues are now separate from you until the next appointment.
Releasing your client partners at the end of each day is important for them as well as for you. For one thing, when a person comes for a session, it’s important that she/he become separate after the session. This separation promotes healing. .
One easy way to release your client partners is to cut the cords at the end of the day. An easy way to do this is to visualize the cords connecting you with your client partners. Now, take a pair of beautiful, golden scissors and snip them.
A second easy way is to offer a releasing meditation at the end of each day you work. You can write a releasing meditation to use just for this purpose.
A third way is to offer a releasing ceremony. To do this, simply write your own ceremony for releasing your clients. To end the ceremony, drape a special closing cloth over your healing table. Leave this ceremonial cloth on the table until you remove it when you return to work the next day.
A fourth way is to find a piece of music which signifies to you an ending. Play this music for a few moments at the end of each work day.
Smudging is also an effective way to end your day.
Essential oils are important also. Suggestions include frankincense, Idaho balsam fir, lavender, myrrh, palo santo, patchouli, and sandalwood.
Reiki is always appropriate for ending your day. A self-reiki session is a meditation in itself. Reiki the space you worked in all day.
So, here you have a selection of options to choose from. Over time, you may vary your releasing techniques. Experiment. Find out what works best for you.
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