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  • Writer's pictureCesia Estebané

The Value of a Mentor

Although our healing is internal, it's valid to seek mentors to aid us in the process.

From an early age, I've felt a profound interest in exploring human potential. On my path of healing and growth, mentors and guides have been fundamental; their wisdom has lit my way. However, it was only when I was open to receiving, that I found the guidance I needed at that crucial moment.

Even though the healing process is internal and personal, the influence of the right people in my life, and in the life of anyone seeking to grow, is essential. We can get trapped in limiting thought patterns or blinded by our own beliefs and biases. This is where mentors play a crucial role in our journey. Seeking help shows openness to discover and learn.

Healing comes from within, but that doesn’t mean we have to do it alone.

Mentors are beacons of light on our path, offering wisdom, support, and guidance throughout our journey. We can move forward with confidence and clarity, knowing we are surrounded by love and support at every step of the way.

Mentor and Student walking towards sunset

I want to share with you some ideas and practical tips that might help you value the idea of having mentors in your healing and growth process:

Value of a Mentor:

The value of a mentor is incomparable as they possess wisdom, experience, and perspective that can illuminate our path. They challenge us to grow beyond our self-imposed limits and help us to see aspects of ourselves that we might otherwise overlook.

External Perspective:

Mentors offer an external perspective that complements our internal vision. They can point out mistakes in our path or offer new ways of thinking and solving problems.

Experience and Wisdom:

Mentors have walked the path we are on and have overcome similar challenges. Their experience and wisdom can be invaluable in times of doubt or confusion.

Support and Guidance:

Mentors provide emotional support and practical guidance throughout our journey. They encourage us in times of difficulty and help us stay focused on our goals.

Additionally, I invite you to embrace the following principles:

Befriend Your Changes:

Allow life to flow through you and discover the power and opportunity that lie in the unknown. Open your mind and your heart to recognize that you are being guided. If you are willing to see what is possible, you will see it. You can only perceive miracles when you truly expect to see them.

Surround Yourself with People Who Inspire and Support You:

I acknowledge the invaluable worth my mentors have contributed to my life, both personally and professionally. We all need someone who, at certain times, can help us see a broader perspective. We live in a world of cooperation, and being open to the support others offer us is an invaluable virtue that, in turn, allows us to enrich the lives of others. As Robert Ingersoll said, "We rise by lifting others."

Remember, seeking mentors and guides on your journey of healing and growth is not a sign of weakness, but of courage and wisdom. By allowing others to share their light with you, you are also contributing to the well-being and growth of those around you.

With love,


Mentor gives flower to student


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