Beat the Burnout

It is true that we never really know how people are feeling unless they open up and allow us in. From a young age, we are taught to get on with things, never stopping to think what truly makes us happy. Many of us follow a path that is expected of us by the world around us - you go to school, you get a job, you have children, and you provide for your family. Is it any wonder that there are so many people being diagnosed with mental health problems, lack of energy, low mood, and burnout, given these high expectations?

Everyone is affected by the pressures of modern life differently. There are single parents struggling to put food on the table, as well as people working all hours to keep the wolf from the door. We are in the midst of a cost of living crisis, and this is sure to have a knock-on effect on each of our individual sense of self. 

Burnout can manifest itself in all manner of ways, but we first need to identify what it is exactly. Burnout is often defined as ‘physical, emotional or mental exhaustion, accompanied by decreased motivation, lowered performance, and negative attitudes towards oneself and others’. There are common signs that indicate something is wrong including feelings of fatigue, headaches, changes to your diet or sleep patterns, and a lack of interest in what you are doing. Burnout tends to be in response to a specific environment or situation, so there are changes you can make to address the balance if you can identify what is causing you to feel this way. Your work-life balance being out of sync is one of the biggest factors in today’s society, so what steps can we take to improve our physical, emotional and mental wellbeing?

The best advice is not to ignore it if you feel like you are going to crash and burn. Stop and take a moment to think about the underlying cause for the burnout. To find balance in your life, you first need to understand it. Only then can you begin your journey towards healing and recovery. 

How can you make the changes you need to find happiness and fulfilment? Seeking advice from a spiritual teacher and healer is a life-changing experience for many clients. Deborah Reiter practises spiritual healing from her renowned Starlight Center in Salisbury, Wiltshire, a stone’s throw from the energy epicentre of Stonehenge. She has helped hundreds of people to cope with the stressful times we are living in by connecting with their inner light and finding peace and love from within themselves. Deborah is dedicated to bringing balance, transformation and healing by harnessing the power of starlight and spiritual practice. She runs regular workshops, training sessions and seminars to give her clients the opportunity to learn more about their own light and how they can use it to enhance their lives.

Meditation and mindfulness are a big part of what Deborah does on a daily basis. These concepts revolve around the idea of becoming as emotionally present as possible, so you are able to focus on what is important and reach a feeling of true contentment. Regular meditation is fantastic for helping us to gain a new perspective on stressful situations by causing a shift in our awareness. Deborah offers a free meditation programme on certain dates each month (please check the website for details). Everyone can take part and experience the benefits of spiritual practice for themselves. If you would like to dip your toe in the water for the first time, this is a good place to start.

Deborah’s Starlight Center provides a calm, light-filled space that is open to everyone. You can receive guidance for your own path and escape the stresses of the modern world by visiting this spiritual sanctuary in Salisbury. Deborah has a wealth of experience in spiritual healing and will be able to help you find the answers in the truth of your own heart. More and more people are turning to spiritual healing in response to mental health concerns, low energy and burnout. There is no excuse for suffering in silence when you can take steps towards spiritual awakening and finding peace within yourself.


If you would like to talk to Debroah and find out more about her practice, she would be more than happy to chat to you. Please get in touch by calling 07588 840404.