Cara's SpiritGuide News
July 2015 edition
Hello there and Welcome to my July Newsletter!
Whats New to SpiritGuide Cara?
Over the years, I have taken on more and more commitments such as radio, writing and platform readings resulting in my time becoming more limited. For this reason, i have been developing talented genuine individuals who i know have my ability, integrity and who work at the same high standard as myself..
If you feel you cannot wait to meet myself, i have a talented in house team one of whom could perhaps see you a little sooner. We also have a sliding pricing scale which accommodates people on all incomes. Please do not be afraid to ask. We will help you choose whatever is right for your situation. We will always do our best to help guide you in the right direction.
For more information on bookings, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Its 'Good Deed Month'.....
For this reason, i am asking you all if you will help me reach my target by doing a 'good deed'.
It can be something as small as a smile.
Or as little as offering to help someone elderly cross the street (just make sure they want to go).
I have allowed a month to reach a target of 1000 good deeds.
Please will you help? Let us know what you've done to help- it doesn't matter how small!
In return for the good deed factor, sit and wait for the reward from the universe AND from the Spirit Guides. We will be offering the person with the best deed a free reading from on of our fabulous psychics!
After a short interval the meeting will continue with individual channeling and messages from Spirit. We will also be having a fabulous raffle. The cost of the meeting, which will last approx 5 hours, is £65 per person. We will also be holding mini readings with one of our top in house psychics. These readings will be at a special price of £30 each. Please book to avoid disappointment.
Please email email@example.com to book a place. Payment will be required at the point of booking to secure your place.
Tuesday, Aug 4, 2015, 11:30 AM
Knutsford, United Kingdom
Five minutes at home with Guy Whitefoot
1. What inspired you to become a chiropractor?
When I was a young boy I always had an affinity with wanting to help people. It may sound odd but I always instinctively wanted to reach out and use my hands to heal and help. My father was a medical doctor and I had my first stethoscope when I was 6 years old! I always thought that I would become a medical doctor. However when I was 17 at a key point in time during A-Levels I contracted post viral symptoms after a nasty dose of gastroenteritis. Needless to say I consulted with my GP and his answer was to go running 3 times a week. Telling a stressed out 17 year old with post viral symptoms who was getting out of breath brushing his teeth did not inspire me to thinking that this approach to my care was entirely holistic, in fact I thought it was down right narrow minded. This made me consider my options and Chiropractic was suggested to me. I had never even heard of a chiropractor. I observed one and the rest is, as they say, history. The training is as broad and involved as medicine, it takes a holistic approach to patient care and management and of course it is primarily working with my hands to help people. It makes a lot of sense now that I look back at it. I could not be happier with my choice of profession as I can express myself fully and I think this comes across to my patients.
2. Do you believe peoples approach to healing has a bearing on their recovery?
This is a great question. Healing and being helped is a two way street. First the patient must recognise that there is a problem and that they need external help. They then need to identify the reasons as to the cause of their problem or they need educating as to the cause. With mechanical problems this is of paramount importance. In an ideal world people would see me once, be treated and go home fixed. This just is never the case. Some people have this hallelujah experience but it does not help them understand. The modern world depicts that we want a quick fix, cut the corners and take very little responsibility in the process. The truth is that people need to engage with their bodies, listen to them, listen to their doctors, take active responsibility for their own welfare and actually work at it to the best of their ability. If someone wants to get better they stand a far greater chance than the person who just stands there and says “fix me”. All I am is a facilitator and if a patient has a problem that I can identify and help them with then they have every chance of responding, I am under no illusion that I can cure all.
3. Are you a spiritual person?
In my professional life no. I am trained to be a critical thinker, evidence based in my approach and very scientific. In my personal life though I am. My eyes are always open and somethings you cannot explain away purely with science. Does this help me to be empathetic towards people, yes, do I let that empathy cross over into my practice, absolutely. Being good with people, being kind and caring is by its very nature spiritual.
4. What is your opinion of my profession?
In my life I have lost loved ones, I have witnessed all manner of strange things and so I am a firm believer in that there is more to this life than just the living. Your profession is by its very nature subjective. How do you objectify a spiritual psychic reading, apply it to the rigours of a randomised control trial and turn the qualitative into quantitative? The answer is you can not. You have to ask yourself what is the purpose of a reading or a healer. It is to help people. Not to fill their heads with nonsense, not to take advantage of the vulnerable. I am sure like in every profession their are unscrupulous people who do exactly that, but when used and applied correctly it has its place and I for one have been helped over the years and it sits well with me on a personal level, it is certainly not for everyone but hey neither is what I do for a living, rightly or wrongly.
5. Would you still choose the same profession?
That would intimate that I had a choice! The truth is that I think this profession chose me as much as I did it. I love what I do. Patients always tell me how enthusiastic I am about it. We all have bad day’s when we wished we were something far more exciting, movie stars etc, but in truth, on a day to day basis, helping people is my thing and help them I do. That is the ultimate in job satisfaction, challenging, but my goodness its rewarding.
6. Could you give us a few tips to help us heal ourselves?
To feel good and be optimised to give your body what it needs to look after you, you need good nutrition, be as physically fit as you can be and be emotionally strong. Chiropractic can help you achieve the mechanical side of this by keeping you moving and allowing you to stay fit. You can take responsibility for the other two. Eat well, do everything in moderation, listen to your body, if it hurts question why and seek help. If you are emotionally compromised talk about it and see someone, do not bottle up emotions. Lastly, please, please, please…… remember to stretch and sit up straight!
Warmest Wishes to you all...