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Does anyone know a good positive healing/faith spell?

So the past few months, ive volunteered with an organization that helps the families of people who either got killed or where a victim of trauma. Ive donated a large amount of money to help them. However, I've been getting treated like trash. Three of my fellow volunteers quit the program becuase of the treatment. I only got three-four hours of sleep last night, I had to do a ton of lifting, I had to drive about 45 minutes to get food for a few people in the program. I am so mad right now, I'm sick of the people (That I'm helping for freebtw) treating me like trash. I talked to the supervisor and nothing would happen. I hate myself becuase i turned down a position for another company where i would actually fet paid fir my work. I wanted to do good, but this is what happens.

No, I cant go rest for a couple more hours. I dont want to hear the lame excuse like "Humanity is here to help eachother." Yes, that's why i passed down a good paying position for this. I regret it.

Is there any possible healing/luck/ or similar type spell?

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Re: Positive healing?
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Or at least a spell that makes me not regret doing good? I got a message telling me that even though its hard to deal with the rude people, im still helping out.

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Re: Positive healing?
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It is unfortunate that the good people get taken advantage of on a daily basis. Remember that everyone is entitled to free-will. Just because you have a wonderful mindset doesn't mean the people you work with will share the same values. In such a hostile environment, it may be best foryou to leave. There are other places you can volunteer or work where people can appreciate you.

Please remember that this is not your fault. Don't ever stop performing good deeds and don't let pernicious people change who you are.Everything we put out into this world will eventually return to us. Life is our greatest teacher. Instead of asking yourself "Why did I decide to do this instead of that? Why is this happening to me?" Ask yourself "What can I learn from this? What has this experience taught me in order to better myself?" The real power comes from the ability to think positive consistently. I personally would some sage and meditate upon my experiences, think about the lessons to be learn, how I can grow from it, and seeking inner peace against the turmoil. Personal growth will always be painful, but it's worth it to become the best version of yourself.

I hope this helps.

~Angel

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Re: Positive healing?
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Leave. Find another place that you can do the same work.
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@everyone who responded

Thank you for the advice. I sent out an email to the supervisor about leaving. It's hard to do things when others are rude. I found a better place, and I'm going for it. At first it was something I brushed off as the family grieving or stress. I understood that from the past experiences. After long periods of time itgets draining and hard to tolorate.

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Re: Positive healing?
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The most important thing a healer must learn first is "physician, care for thy self."

The instinct is to give and give until it hurts then give some more. Anything else feels selfish or undeserving. Just like how being on the receiving end of help feels strange and almost makes one feel guilty or 'wrong'.

But, doing so impacts your ability to help others. If you don't have boundaries that are firm, if you help others to the point of tiring yourself, harming yourself, or even putting yourself into dangerous situations then all you do is wear yourself out. Emotionally, mentally, or physically. To the point where you cease to be able to help any more.

If you are not healthy, then you can not bring health to those around you. It would be like trying to push a person that's in a wheelchair up a hill but you have two broken legs. You might get part-way up, but you'll fall over eventually and that wheelchair will run you right over on the way back to the bottom.

If you are angry, tired, and feeling taken advantage of, then it is time to move on. And I am glad it seems that you did. One can not effectively support a process they hate, even if it is for a cause they believe in.
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Re: Positive healing?
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@Spirit76

I get what you are saying. It gets hard to self care at times, i am used to getting called selfish for doing what is right for me. I take care of my body, exercising and eating right. I work on projects on the side to help keep my mind busy and working. It's kind of like I take time for myself and I'm selfish, I help someone and people get annoyed with me if im not cheerful or smiling after a days work of volunteering. That's draining in itself.

As for recieving help, that's a tough one. I usually get people trying to help me when i dont need any help, I am the kind of perzon who would ask for help if i needed it. I do feel guilty afterwards as I cant always pay them back or such. Most times I return a favor or buy the person something as a thank you, I do understand that the person took time out of their day to help me.

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