Unlocking Transcendence

by Rosaria Wetzell (13.10.2020)

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My view has always been different. Unlocking Transcendence Review  I give selfishly and only when asked. I also believe that the one asking for help must be willing to give something in return. They must have a profound investment in their own healing. This is where my friend and I differ. It has been my experience that most people who are looking for help are not looking for change. Often help requires a change in one's lifestyle and outlook on their circumstances. If the practitioner or the one offering help places no value on their advice or services it becomes worthless or unworthy of another's efforts to incorporate it into a lifestyle change. Early in my NLP classes the instructor told us that the most important aspect of one's healing is their own investment into it. Even when she had a small child come in for counseling she asked that the child bring in something of value to him/her as payment for the help. The child always responds better knowing that he/she has traded something of value for valuable help. There is a greater interest and willingness to accept the therapist's suggestions. Children are a little more flexible as far as change goes because they don't have the years of repeating the same mistakes to deal with. Most of them are open to suggestion, curiosity, and doing something new. Working out of an office is a little different than helping people in their own space. First of all, you don't have to sell them on the idea that they need help--it is why they are there in the first place. Second, they are more willing to pay money to be helped and they may have higher expectations. When you offer to help a friend or someone off the street, most of the time they are just curious or are looking for a cheap fast fix to a specific issue. They are not looking for counseling or to change anything about themselves--they want the circumstances changed. If you are willing to give your time, they are more than willing to take it. Lifestyle changes require commitment and investment--it is not what these people are looking for. In our society we have many things backwards. We worship the rich and famous--we give them our hard earned money to watch them on the screen or on the playing field. The ones that can help us the most, health care workers, teachers, and others, receive lesser pay for their more valuable services.


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