NOTE: This article was copied from our sister site “The Power of Neutrality®“. So much of what determines our success with Yuen Method® is our neutrality.
Neutrality and The Alternative, Wellness or Energy Work Practitioner
Are you a successful wellness or energy work practitioner?
Some practitioners – after taking training in a certain modality (alternative, integrative, complimentary and energy work) – have concerns about using their techniques on others outside the comfort of the training class.
Even some experienced practitioners struggle with inconsistent results in certain situations or with certain people.
So, when practitioners don’t get the results they desire, what are the real reason(s)?
What REALLY bothers practitioners
about their inconsistent results
is never what they describe.
That’s why they stay stuck
By checking the energy in the situation, and not making any assumptions or guesses, we can determine the real issue(s) that (energetically) block consistent results. From my experience, the most common practitioner complaint areas are the following:
- Fear of harming someone (make it worse)
- Inconsistent results
- Not enough clients
- Can’t work with my family/friends
- Clients complain about rates
- Worry – can’t make enough money
- I question/don’t trust my answers
Every individual has their own story. But, taken as a group of practitioners that we’re referring to, we can energetically check, aggregate and profile what is going on from a neutrality and energy standpoint.
When we’re only looking at the energy of the situation – only things that weaken our energy field (i.e. energetic weaknesses) – affect us – and indicate the answer(s).
Let’s examine each complaint
1. Fear of harming someone
Let’s check the energy of the situation.
The Surprise: In many cases, the practitioner energy is neutral to the client getting worse after a session. (Neutral just means – energetically – it’s not the issue or weakness, not that the practitioner doesn’t care or they are OK with a bad outcome).
For the benefit of the client, it’s important the practitioner is (energetically) neutral to the worse scenario.
The Real Bother: The opposite. The energetic weakness is the practitioner being extremely good at what they do or that everyone they work with gets benefit. Being good triggers experiences where this meant being famous – and energetically there is resistance because they had negative experiences of losing their privacy.
So, we need to strengthen to neutral for being the best at what you do, so it’s even – energetically – with the worst scenario.
The practitioner is already neutral to what they judge the “worst” scenario (i.e. their stated complaint – “Fear of harming someone”).
The energetic weakness / block is not being neutral to the best scenario; of being wildly good or successful – and that weakness affects the outcome with their clients.
2. Inconsistent results
This is another way of saying clients don’t get beneficial results every time. Inconsistency is what the practitioners say bothers them, but what does their energy say?
The Surprise: Practitioners are often already energetically neutral with getting no results or up and down results.
The Real Bother: Consistent anything weakens their energy. The practitioner complaint is about inconsistency, but their energetic weakness is consistency.
The practitioner has experiences in the past when things were consistent, they didn’t remain consistent, so it led to crippling disappointment and/or discouragement. So, to avoid (eventual) disappointment, rather than have consistency, the practitioner unconsciously chooses inconsistency and projects “inconsistent” energy into the situation, so their clients don’t manifest/keep/maintain the results.
The weakness can cause the practitioner to resonate with – and therefore attract – certain clients with the same weakness (consistency) as a reminder that consistency needs to be resolved.
We need to strengthen to neutral the practitioner’s energetic weakness for consistency and remove any anticipation (positive or negative) energy about outcomes or disappointment.
3. Not enough clients
Everyone wants to be successful with getting clients, right? Well, in this case, that’s not what the practitioner’s energy is telling us.
The Surprise: The practitioner is already neutral (or strong energetically) to having very few or no clients at all.
The Real Bother(s): The practitioner’s energetic weakness is to having too many clients and secondly the unevenness of the client/practitioner they project out.
This is somewhat related to (1). Here’s what comes up:
a) The practitioner is “bothered” energetically and has an energetic weakness for people taking up his/her time (i.e. too many clients). The practitioner projects out that energy “don’t take up my time“, and others sense this energy – so these practitioners get few or no clients.
b) The need for evenness (no hierarchy) between practitioner and client. Conventional healthcare has this hierarchy and if we internalize this idea that we’re better than someone or we know something our clients don’t, we’re buying into a false belief or need to have hierarchy.
After all, every answer comes from the client’s energy, not the practitioner.
Beneficial results are more likely when practitioner and client are even – approaching the situation from a state of neutrality, (innocent) discovery – of emptiness and knowing nothing – as a starting point.
Also, we have to strengthen to neutral the idea of being so successful, having so many clients that you have to turn hundreds away and move away to a secret location because they’re showing up at your door day and night. Silly, right? Get neutral to being EXTREMELY successful.
4. Can’t work with my family/friends
Some new practitioners (and even some experienced) claim they can’t work with their own family. Either they don’t get results, or they’re uncomfortable or both.
The Surprise: Often, the practitioner’s own uneven energy toward their family is what manifests and maintains this situation, not the family members.
The Real Bother(s): Internalized “can’t” energy from all the families you’ve experienced. We protect children with “can’t” and “don’t” a lot.
Secondly, often our family is special to us compared with others. This special treatment or distinction between a family member versus other clients creates an unevenness in your neutrality that affects results. Your mother, father, brother, sister, aunt, cousin or friend should be even – “energetically” – like a stranger to you.
For some, there are cultural, religious or other influences that are secondary. We deal with these other influences when they surface as primary energy blocks to change.
5. Clients complain about rates
Some practitioners say they have clients that either complain about rates or don’t want to pay them for their time.
Let’s look at the energy.
The Surprise: The practitioner can project out this energy – attracting this behavior.
The Real Bother(s): The practitioners aren’t neutral to the bothers listed below: (none of these would come up using logic).
NOTE: Since this was a sample, other group energy would reflect a different list or the list would be in a different order.
Here are the top 5 to get neutral to:
a) earning – the concept of “earning” weakens our energy. And not respect or trust (as one might conventionally expect), but other earning in general – not just by money. (like the energy/concept of “earning your keep” where maybe your labor was exchanged for room-and-board, like an indentured servant experience)
b) begging – simply putting out our hand (to get paid) triggers begging experiences that have not been resolved. Your own begging experiences but more when someone begged you for something, you declined. This is a powerful energetic block to getting paid and must be deleted.
c) criticism – in a way, our own previous judgment & criticism can attract this. Since there is also a (combined) weakness with getting paid, we can attract people that specifically – criticize (our techniques, hours of operation, decor) – to force renegotiation on price to hit both (criticize & price) combined weaknesses.
d) paying full price – if the practitioner has a bother/energetic block about 100% in general, then “paying 100% becomes an issue (bargain hunter), and the energy can project out – resonate with and attract people with similar beliefs/behavior.
We want our energy to support 100% (the concept too, not just pay) and beyond 100%.
So, be/get neutral to the concept of 100% or greater; i.e. you can pay 100% or more and be neutral with it; get (you or your clients) more than 100% “better”, etc.
e) medicine man (or woman)/shaman experience – we may harbor a belief and connect with experiences of being altruistic (noble) or having a skill (like a medicine man with an associated/accepted vow of poverty) – where assisting others is more important than being paid.
6. Worry “can’t make enough money”
Some mention financial fears as the reason they hold back from learning a modality or becoming a practitioner.
The Surprise: There is zero financial fear weakness related to learning or being a practitioner.
The Real Bother(s): The answer of #2. Consistency (more broadly based experiences) is the real bother.
The person has experiences or thoughts about miracles (once in a while, rare experiences) triggered by this consistency weakness. In their energy, the thought of consistency just brings up all their times when things weren’t consistent (miracles certainly aren’t consistent)
Get neutral to: Consistency
7. I question/don’t trust my answers
Practitioners can block answers by “the need to question” or the academic mindset. Sometimes, the core issues are many and layered. Here are the top blocks:
- discernment (comparing) – the person actually gets answers, but doesn’t accept the answers. So they claim ‘I question the answers‘ but the weakness could be < comparing / accepting / rejecting > the discernment triad.
From “Clearing Perception Blocks – Discernment”
If rejecting or accepting bothers us, we will be blocked at comparing – a basic element required to find a weakness. Comparing precedes the accepting (of the answer) and rejecting (of anything not the answer).
- “need to become proficient” first, then (I) will trust my answers. This is the conventional mindset tied to the conventional learning experience – “The Learning Anchor” – that learning something new takes time, struggle to master.Likely there’s no weakness to proficiency. In some cases, it’s a “(need) confirmation” (or consensus) weakness or “others trusting us“ weakness – that blocks/keeps us from trusting our own answers.
- “Do” (or do not) weakness. The “Yoda” weakness. Our collective experience is to try (fail) many times before success (try/fail, try/fail, try/fail, then do).We can resonate with collective energy (of others) mental blocks of “success is never on first try“ .. which is a ridiculous energetic block that needs to be removed. We want “do” strong and neutral (especially on 1st try), so there is no blocking effect of “do”.
Get neutral to: Discernment, (need for) Consensus, Do (try).
8. Can’t work on myself
(We’ll save this one for another post)
Any complementary or wellness practitioner can improve outcomes when they are neutral. When both the practitioner and the client are in an even and neutral state, then the energy supports new possibilities and outcomes instead of maintaining or reinforcing the state of “no change”.
So, before switching modality or learning a new technique, consider using energetic testing to discover what’s really going on – and get to neutral first.
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