In my last blog post, I described how I transitioned from my government career to mother but I still had that nagging feeling that there was something more. I had just discovered the metaphysical work of healing and magic, but there was one problem.
I was scared.
My fear almost stopped me from doing this healing work. I found that I had so many experiences I wanted to share with the world, and contemplated starting a blog. But I was afraid of the trolls, criticizers or that people would attack me and say that I was crazy, fake or a witch.
You know what happened to witches in the past, right?
The Critics Were Awfully Quiet
But guess what? I never got that kind of flack. People read my blog and sometimes they commented but I’ve never been criticized.
My mentor told me that she never had a problem with her blog and then she said, “Don’t expect a problem and you won’t have a problem. So I didn’t.
Simple as that.
Not to say that I didn’t have reservations on posting my content, especially with my family and friends.
But this was a new normal for me and I was and am divinely supported.
In my next installment of my story, I made a decision to go on with my healing work and stuck with it.