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    I would like the feedback on this spiritual/holistic healing program that I am creating that will help women overcome their short therm and long therm healh issues (chronic, medically undiagnosed, and more):

    If you are a women and if you are experiencing health problems, and if you are spiritually open, I would like your anonymous feedback these questions:

    1. if this program would resolve all your health challenges, how much would you be willing to pay for it, to trully experience improvement and/or complete healing if this program would cover all (from resolution, overcoming fear, resolving past, mindset, body healing…)

    2. What are your fears, problems?

    3. what are your desires, what do you want?

    4. What do you need?

    I am thankful for all those of you who will reply.

    Thank you.



    Hi Z,

    As a spiritual healer, I find that the problem lies with the therapist being unable to give any form of guarantee that the treatment will be successful.  Therefore, only a nominal fee can be charged.  It is also extremely difficult to give a logical explanation as to how healing works and sometimes you need to be able to say “try it and see”.  Lots of places offer free spiritual healing sessions and you will often find that healers become authors who write about their experiences and earn a living through the sales of their books.   All therapies require the co-operation of the patient who has to trust his/her therapist.

    I don’t think you can put a price on health and well being.  I think you need to research therapists in your area as to what they are charging for say, aromatherapy, sports massage, back treatments, counselling and pitch your prices accordingly.  It is my thought that people would rather pay for a weekly session than commit to large sums of money on a program which they may not adhere to and which may fail to bring results.  Without knowing more about your program, I don’t think I can comment beyond this.

    Good Luck with your research.


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