How A Spiritual Coach Finds Their Mentor
Tips on how to find business, life, or psychic support for the psychic themselves:
how to find a mentor
#4 Look for uncommon programs, local or virtual.
Some mentors offer their services through subscription programs on their website, others do local circles or virtual spirit groups. These are all ways to get in touch with a new mentor and see if you like him/her.
#3 Look outside the box for your guidance this time!
Search outside your field. If you work in healing, look to an astrologer, if you currently do teaching, look for a reader.
Sometimes that tad of that outside perspective is all it takes!
#2 Take a look at a whole philosophy or even a book.
Sometimes all you need is get going in a new direction simply a new philosophy. Not all coaches are living, and many of the great nuggets of wisdom can be found right on our bookshelves. View my list of current favorite books here.
#1 Don't be discouraged if the service you'd like is not listed on their website, reach out.
Not all coaches advertise that they take private clients or mentoring on their website, but many still will do so upon request.
So just inquire within if you like someone's work and want to know if they offer private guidance - because many do!
This inquire within tradition is an old tradition started by famous psychic Edgar Cayce who once refused readings unless they were made by those with only genuine request. Meaning they had to write a letter, ask kindly and -
Some spiritual workers still refuse advertising services outright, following this same tradition. Appointments must be by genuine request. So if you like someone, ask. Not all coaches do this, but many who follow old tradition still do.
Many things about how we reach each other these days have changed, but by simply letting your relationships fall together organically, keeping your mind open, and considering new models of gaining guidance, finding your coach may just happen naturally.
Amanda Linette Meder
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