In an article that ran in Business Insider late in 2013, Vivian Giang wrote an illuminating piece on how psychic consultants (I love the use of the word ‘consultant’) have been doing particularly well even in the recent bad economy.
According to statistics from research firm IBISWorld that are cited in the article, the psychic service industry grew at an annual rate of 2 percent from 2007 to 2012, bringing in about $2.1 billion.
The article also provides real-world examples of lightworker business success stories.
- Financial psychic Andrrea Hess told Business Insider that her revenue grew from $250,000 in 2011 to more than $750,00 in 2012.
- Another psychic cited in the article — Lisa Jones — said she charges $750 per session to work with business owners and executives. Jones was a former CPA at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst & Young, and then she worked at a hedge fund before launching her psychic business. One of the biggest services that she offers clients: She removes “energetic blocks” from people’s subconscious that are blocking them from their business and financial success.
- Hypnotherapist Lisa Zaccheo is another lightworker who is cited in the article. Zaccheo charges $200 and a consulting fee to companies for her hypnosis services.
One of the biggest takeaways from these stories of lightworker success is how serious all of these lightworkers take their business. They recognize that they are providing an important service and they expect others to value those services.
Just as a doctor or lawyer charges a fee that is commensurate with the service he or she is providing, lightworkers must also take on that sense of pride and value in their work. The more financially successful your business is, the more of a footprint you can leave on the world.
The world needs your lightworker services.