I was once told that the universe does not recognise spiritual work unless there is some form of payment made.
It can be done many ways- be it a sincere thankyou or bartered items or money. They are all forms of payment.
I have always wanted to do spiritual work and am finally slowly coming out of the 'closet' and not worrying what my sceptical family think.
I am developing skills at the moment that I hope to one day be able to do face to face with people and will charge a fee of some kind.
How does one set a fair price?
A tarot card reader at a festival I went to recently set a price of $15 for a reading (which I thought was a fair price - she also works parttime) but others charge way more hefty prices ($100 or more).
I don't wish to offend anyone but have been curious about this for a long time.
Originally Posted by Bonadea
Exactly if someone has the means to do so without having to charge, great.
But we all have bills to pay and someone can either work that into a profession to help people or not do it.
My friend does Reiki. She's very good at it, but because she's so afraid to take money for doing it, she keeps her day job and only does a few people when she can fit them in.
What a waste, all because people who think that because it's a gift, they shouldn't charge.