Tuesday, December 11, 2012

The Energy of Perfectionism

I'm looking forward to the New Year! My time in the corporate world is drawing to an end. Soon enough I'll be a Reiki Healer and author, though I'm not sure what the balance will be. Maybe its best to let the chips fall where they may. I'm thinking I'll start by offering my services as a corporate Reiki Healer. I figure there are plenty of offices in London that could use some stress relief. It's also more and more common to see health and wellness programs.

I'm being guided to approach financial institutions, maybe so I can heal the employees and give the economy a boost too. Funny thing is I've given several angel readings to people who worked in finance recently. They came to our school and volunteered as guinea pigs for the psychic students. My school encourages blind readings so all we get is a basic introduction. Knowing next to nothing about the client keeps the logical mind from interfering. The readings are great fun and we find ourselves talking to people from all walks of life. We also tend to draw on our own experiences; and twice I've found myself using financial theories to illustrate the angel reading. Not what I had expected but it works. 

Here's a useful example: One of the volunteers who came to class was burning himself out trying to be perfect. Quality is valuable, perfectionism not so much. The message for him was that the energy expenditure would go to waste. The thought that came to mind was complex: The Law of Diminishing Marginal Returns. This states that you can increase your business expenses to increase profits only for so long before the profit-per-dollar drops. From that moment a penny spent is a penny lost. The profitability of the business goes down. The same applies to the effort we put into a particular project or task.  Going overboard will not pay off.

This volunteer was a banker and it made perfect sense to him. What are the chances that I'd remember a random lecture from business school? I'm pretty sure my guides pointed this out. I like how they drop relevant metaphors into readings =) 

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Reiki hugs, Regina 

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