I'm an intuitive and empath, who has begun the baby steps of a transition from a corporate career to one as a healer. I eventually want to open my own business, and bartering will definitely be one of the currencies I'll accept. I love the idea of trading services and goods with others to gain something we each might not otherwise be able to afford or even think of asking for!
I'll be upfront: this is the first time I'm offering 'services' beyond my circle of close friends. I'm a little nervous about it, but I'm certain I'll be able to help you in some way. In the mean time, I'm pricing my services low while I get more comfortable with my offerings.
I'm a fledgling witch in my first year of a traditional plant magic/medicine program (think less pointy hats and Hogwarts.. though I do wear a lot of black!) I also have self-guided experience with energy work, completed Usui/Holy Fire II Reiki I & II classes last year, and work with some pretty kick @ss mentors! :) I'm beginning training as a life coach this spring and am really excited about the prospect of offering these services, since my success as a people manager has given me a lot of practice listening, giving advice, and coaching others to achieve their goals. I'm 'that' girl that my friends, family, and coworkers come to about their problems.
Pretty much anything "metaphysical" or "psychic" interests me. When something piques my interest, I want to learn all about it, experience it, then share it with others! Some of the things I've been learning about are divination (tarot, runes, pendulum work, and other forms), chakras and energy based healing, spirit guides, death midwifery and the role of the psychopomp, journeying, and developing one's "clair" senses. I also love hearing about others' spiritual beliefs -- it always gives me food for thought and helps me discern what I know to be true and know not to be true. I'm respectful of others' beliefs provided they are respectful of mine . It's all about building bridges!
Some of my other loves are music, dancing, reading, food, art. I have a background in fashion that I never get to use anymore, and while I don't consider myself "fashionable," I have a good eye for design and color and enjoy giving feedback to others on their clothing, interior and art decisions. I joke about being a "failed artist"... while I pursued design school as a teenager, it's been many years since I've given myself time to do art work. Hopefully that is something that I can add back into my life as I make my career transition.