If it is not in your PERSONAL integrity to charge for your healing work, your inspired words, your art: then don't, but your privilege or poverty as the case may be, is not to be mistaken for virtue or character flaw. It is neither.
If you truly feel that these "talents" or "gifts" were freely given to you, that you didn't earn them, then perhaps it is true in your case, that it would unjust not to give them away.
But if you suffered your whole life processing the pain of others until you understood the mythos of neurology- it's very thoughts...
Or if, while living your way to the truths you teach you nearly died...
Or if you invested great sums of money in your schooling for degrees and certifications that allow you to be more effective...
Or if the art you make comes from the depths of the underworld, cultivated and transformed into a medicinal plant with other worldly qualities...
you might want to reconsider your stance that healers should work for free.
When somebody tells me that healings should be free, I agree with them. Because they are. All one must do is create the space inside, ask ones Source, and be capable of receiving it. And that is free. Anyone can choose to this this whenever they like.
That is what I did. That is what you did. That is why it is true that decades later we have a holy shine in our eyes, right at the heart of our nitty-gritty, wild and primal humanity. It cost us no money. We paid instead with our lifes blood. With our very limited time. And anyone can choose to do this at any time.
But when someone approaches me and tells me healing should be free, and so should my time, presence, emotional labor and expertise, I disagree profoundly. And publicly. Because I see too many healers trapped in tiny rooms unable to do their holy work. Because they have heard that it has no value. But its value is immeasurable.
My "gifts" ARE earned. (And it is very likely yours are too).
My time, here on earth IS limited. (And so is yours).
My body deserves to have its needs for food, clothing, healthcare, shelter and safety met. (And so does every body).
My life is a testament to the glory of the One Source and it can only be actualized if I stay alive. Notice I did not say "survive." People who are surviving cannot afford to be healers because there is no room to hold the needs of others, when ones own needs are not being met. But if you have survived, the process you devote yourself to that forges the way to thriving will put your gifts powerfully into your masterful control.
The first step in becoming a working healer is acknowledging yourself. You don't have to walk on water. You don't have to be perfect. You don't have to be loved by all. And you don't have to take any sh*t. You need to be in your personal integrity, you need to acknowledge there is evidence of your ability to effect positive change, you need to name your original combination of modality and influence, and you need to show up for it.