They Call Me Witch Doctor

I’m from a family of very science oriented individuals.  My mom was a math teacher, my dad taught electricity.  Both my brothers are engineers.  My uncles… Engineers.  Aunt… Programmer.  So, you can understand that when I talk about what I do with energy healing and coaching, I completely lose them.

May Baydoun - Life Coach - Witch doctor purple candleWell, a few months ago, I was talking with my mom and was excited to tell her about how I was able to get rid of my back pain with ThetaHealing®.  Of course, her face fills with skepticism and she gives me a sideways look.  That’s perfectly okay.  I’ve come to accept that my family will never understand quite what it is I do.  They are not spiritually inclined.  To them it’s magic stuff.

What came next, I didn’t quite expect…  My own mother, called me a witch doctor.  Say what.  I rolled my eyes at the joke and laughed.  She meant no harm from it.  But for some reason it stuck.  So, I looked up witch doctor.  Here’s what Wikipedia says:

witch doctor was originally a type of healer who treated ailments believed to be caused by witchcraft. The term witch doctor is sometimes used to refer to healers, particularly in third world regions, who use traditional healing rather than contemporary medicine.

In truth, my mother was bang on with her comment.  I am a healer who uses traditional healing rather than contemporary medicine.  I am essentially a modern day witch doctor.  So, I’ve decided to adopt the nickname.  My mom still thinks it’s a funny joke.  I think it’s an amazing title that I proudly wear.    So as of today, you can call me Miss Witch Doctor.

 

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