RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE HEALERS
1. Allow the client to take charge of their own healing
--The client has the right and obligation to choose how they would like to pursue their own healing. The healer should taylor-fit their skills and wisdom toward the hopes, needs, and aspirations of his/her client.
--Help the client to weigh the options, risks, costs, and benefits of a particular preventitive, diagnostic or treatment approach.
--Act with the least possible intervention reasonable.
--Deal with the client directly
2. Respect the client
--Do no harm; Take care not to abuse, neglect, molest, or injure a client.
--Have an attitude of unconditional positive regard for the client. Have a kind, sincere, and cheerful presence.
--Keep the relationship confidential.
--Charge a reasonable fee. Allow the client to choose the services, how often and when in full knowledge of the fee. Do the work as a service, recognizing that money is never fair exchange for healing or good advice. Keep the clients' costs at a minimum.
3. Act with skill and advise with wisdom
--Use techniques that tradition, science, experience, and common sense regard as useful and reasonable.
--Be humble when confronted with the great forces of nature and realize that we are but a small piece in the great scheme of things.
--Seek to learn as much as possible about healing and wellness, and realize that there is always more to know. Help others to educate themselves.
--The healer should keep to his word, and only make promises he/she can keep.
Be careful about predicting the future; Talk about tendencies and possible series of events. Speak truth only when truth is know; otherwise offer your opinion.
4. Live a life of example with regard to self-care, discipline, and service.
--Experience is good reservoir for advice. Knowing how to heal oneself is reasonable proof of the effectiveness of the healer.
--This struggle for wellness allows us to become more familiar with the details of the terrain of disease and illness.
--Serve with love and clarity of vision.