The 7 Steps to Becoming a Kambo Practitioner
Updated: Jan 3, 2021
We live in evolving times and never has there been more opportunity to find new ways to get out of the rat race and start an exciting new career. It’s every man and woman’s dream to work in an interesting field that they are passionate about, and of course, to work on their own terms and be their own boss. Becoming a Kambo practitioner fits the bill on both counts allows one this life of freedom.
There are, of course, others who already have established careers in healing modalities and with the recent global trend of holistic healing and cleansing, are looking at new treatments to offer their clients. Kambo is a fantastic string to add to one’s bow.
So how would you start on this epic journey with the frog? You’re in luck because I’ve detailed my 7 steps to becoming a Kambo practitioner below.
1. Get clear on your intentions
When starting any new endeavour, the first thing you should do before you even begin the journey is to find your “Why?”. Get clear on exactly why it is that you want to work with Kambo.
Is it to heal personal trauma?
Are you a “lightworker” and see Kambo as a natural extension to your work?
Do you feel this is your higher purpose?
Find the answer to this question first, as this will help to shape the journey ahead of you. Once you know why you want to work with Kambo then you have an easy reference for motivation when you begin walking this path. There will be good and bad times ahead so “keeping your eyes on the prize” and having a clear intention that you can refer back to will keep you motivated to stay the course.
Do your due diligence. Watch videos, read books and articles and get as clued up about Kambo as you can. Get a good foundational understanding and this will really help you to make a good decision when it comes to choosing a practitioner or company to take training with. Once you feel you have a fundamental understanding of what Kambo is about then begin to compare your training options. You can open them in different tabs in your browser, make a comparison and weigh up the pros and cons of each option.
Things to consider:
What is the cost of the training?
Are there going to be any hidden fees?
Do you need to factor in travel and accommodation expenses?
How close is the training venue to you?
Are you going to have to travel to another country to do the training?
Will you need to take time off from your current job to do the training?
Do they supply you with any course material?
Do they supply you with any equipment?
Do you trust them as a company/individual?
What do you know about them?
Do they have a good reputation?
Do they put out a lot of online content such as videos and articles so you can see what they are really about?
Do they respond to your emails in a timely fashion?
Can you book a call with them to discuss the training?
How reachable are they?
Do they respond to comments on their social media?
Is there any ongoing support after the training?
Do they offer an apprenticeship?
Are you joining a community of practitioners?
Will they be able to assist you in getting clients once qualified?