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Finding the Right Fit

When finding the right acupuncturist, doctor, therapist, healer or mechanic for that matter this is my number one guiding rule, trust yourself. Sure, check their qualifications, it is preferable that your doctor has spent some time at university, and by all means listen to your friends’ recommendations, that’s what probably got you there in the first place, but in the end the only thing that you really have is your gut.

Now when I say gut I mean a combination of things. You want to get all the information you can: listen to friends, read the web, check reviews. Once you have all that information and it is all stacking up then you get to go and meet the person or organization and find out if you’re a fit; just because this person has been right for everybody else does not necessarily mean that they are right for you.

Someone can give you all the guarantees and come with all the rave reviews, but in the end it could all end tomorrow. What I mean is that we never really know. In the end you have to follow yourself and what feels right.

I personally recommend other practitioners all the time, practitioners that I truly believe in, but we never really know how things will react till we put them together, before then it is just theory, there is always the x factor.

I know it’s simple, but I think it’s important for all of us to remember in this time of expanding options that we have a choice and we don’t have to stay with things that are no longer working.

That way we can spend our time hunting out those remarkable individuals: poets, scientists, artists, musicians and healers that fit, that are right for us that can follow us and leave our lives somehow changed.
 

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