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To the metaphysical industry.
We deliver the goods – no jive talking, no mystic-babble. All straight biz talk with a mystical slant!
Join me and my partner in all things awesome, fellow Mystical Business phenom, Theresa Reed AKA The Tarot Lady, for our monthly free podcast.
Talking Shop covers a wide rang of topics of interest to the Sacred Artist, Soulful Seeker, and Mystical Business Owner including many practical tips on making your business and practice successful, fun, and prosperous.
*A Mystical Mogul Joint Venture* Old Skool and Yung Money Productions
Current Topic: When you (or your clients) experience trauma or loss with Martha Jo Atkins.
The work of a spiritual entrepreneur isn’t all rainbows and unicorns (although we wish it were!). A lot of the time, we’re helping clients navigate through difficult situations.
Situations like loss, grief, divorce, or illness.
Helping people go through the trauma around these sensitive subjects requires great compassion – something most sacred artists have naturally (it’s why we’re drawn to this work).
But sometimes, it’s hard to know what to do when a client is suffering. How can we best serve them when they are experiencing trauma?
And what about when the we’re going through our own tough situations? How can we ensure that we’re practicing the same kind of self care that we give to our clients?
We’re answering those questions and more in this episode of Talking Shop. And we’re bringing in the person we trust the most around the subject of trauma and loss, Martha Jo Atkins.
Who is Martha Jo?
Martha Jo Atkins is the author of Signposts of Dying. Martha Jo helps individuals, families and organizations navigate end of life experiences. You can learn more about Martha Jo’s work at http://marthaatkins.com
In this power hour we discuss:
- What to keep in mind when dealing with clients who are suffering
- How to hold space
- What training may help you become a better practitioner
- What to say to someone who is facing death
- How to manage our work when our own lives are falling apart