Don’t Be A Poor Witch

This article caught my attention and as I read it, I found myself smiling and thinking back. When I did Tarot card readings, healings or spells, I asked for things in payment, which I needed. For example; some ciggies, or tinned goods. I was on Income Support at the time and Tara was still at primary school. Money was tight and sometimes non-existant, but I never gave up hope and honoured the gifts they gave me and shared them.

If you don’t value your own talents then others won’t either.

 

The DruWitch Way: A Poor Witch is a Poor Witch

9 thoughts on “Don’t Be A Poor Witch

  1. I can understand this Adele.. As a medium I was always reluctant to charge for readings, and often would offer them for free.. I would not charge venues I gave demo’s and talks for, only petrol/ costs too for travel expenses .. Until I started to incorporate my Auragraph readings in water colour art which took hours to create and then give a full interpretation of them as well..
    It wasn’t until my mediumistic friend had a word with me, showing me my worth.. And pointing out that when something was free, it wasn’t viewed as something valuable.. So she convinced me to charge when I did a rare private reading of this nature.. Saying we are brought up in our thinking that when it costs more its worth more.. 😉

    I never charged much.. not for the hours it took… But I so understand the meaning of this post..
    Its how we use our gifts, and how we value them, and ourselves.. So your last line on valuing our talents, so true.. ❤

    I still gave my watercolour Auragraphs away though at Spiritual venues, rounding off my evening or demo with this special one off gift at my services for someone also special who Spirit intended a permanent keepsake….. ❤

    Lovely Share Adele.. and happy I spotted it this afternoon.. ❤
    Much love to you and all the Sisters ❤

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