Jodi Picoult writes, “Is Fate getting what you deserve, or deserving what you get?” As an idealist, I consider these words to be my creed.
Each day I make choices about what I eat, drink, say, or do. Many years ago when I was very young, I made the decision that The Eight-Fold Path of Buddhism was an easy way to self-access my behavior:
(1) Right view – to see and understand things as they really are
(2) Right intention – commitment to ethical and mental self-improvement
(3) Right Speech – words can break or save lives
(4) Right action – to abstain from harming sentient beings
(5) Right livelihood – to earn one’s living in a righteous way, legally and peacefully
(6) Right effort – to act in a wholesome state of mind always
(7) Right mindfulness – see things as they are with a clear consciousness
(8) Right concentration – a state where all mental faculties are unified
A devout Roman Catholic father, and a religiously engrained Lutheran mother raised me. Attending church was the center of my childhood roots. Being a frequently relocated military family, studying about faith was the only consistent activity outside of attending school. My choir practice, bible study, Brownies (Girl Scouts), church camp, Sunday school, and church services were all in the same location. I think I was nurtured to believe in karma. Today, I cannot imagine not believing in karma.
Therefore, each time I hear my phone ring, I am aware that my words can break or save lives. As the recording begins “You have a Psychic Access call…” I prepare myself to move into the Eight-Fold Buddhist state where all mental faculties are unified, to see things (read my cards or other tools) as they are with a clear consciousness, to act in a wholesome state of mind always, and, therefore, to earn one’s living in a righteous way, legally and peacefully.
I do this because I also uphold the words of John O’Donohue in Anam Cara: A Book of Celtic Wisdom, “If you send out goodness from yourself, or if you share that which is happy or good within you, it will all come back to you multiplied ten thousand times. In the kingdom of love there is no competition; there is no possessiveness or control. The more love you give away, the more love you will have.”
Therefore, when my employer writes, “Psychic Access is a No Scam Zone,” I am right beside him in that mindset. Yet, I wonder, “How can anyone call them self a psychic and not believe in karma? Apparently, the obvious answer to that question is: Those who are scam artists and not real psychics!
That said, not a day passes that I am not expected by a prospective client to give a client a free reading via public chat or email relays. I am always stunned. I ask, “How can anyone calling me not honor karma?
“Everybody does it” is not a good reason to offer to any certified psychic; in other words, a psychic who believes in karma.
To make my life easier, I have created a text statement that I bring up every day to help clients to understand about karma. I feel that my employer, clients, and other psychics all get to choose the karma they want to create, so I put the following test on public chat when it is “assumed” I will give a free reading:
What information can I help you with regarding our site, my services, or a general topic? It is my pleasure to answer any general topic here in public chat. My job, as a certified psychic, is to provide individual services per my employment contract as my 40+/- pages of testimonials by clients of Psychic Access will show I do well.
I honor karma, social ethics, moral code, and my employment contract.
As you enter public chat the following statement is written: Psychics are not permitted to give readings or samples in this room. The fact is Psychic Access offers a free six minute reading to any new client and a free six minute reading for any referral as a means for ‘testing’ psychics. Therefore, for individual questions, I must ask that you go to private chat or give me a phone call to gather personal information. I am certain you understand.
When people ask me if I sleep well at night, the answer is: yes. It is not because I feel more moral than anyone else. I sleep well, because I know that I have done my best to serve my fellow human.
A few clicks away, that might be true. If you are promised everything you ever wanted, effortlessly, and backed up with a pot of gold, it is more likely you are talking to someone who does not believe in karma. You may have found someone who is not a certified psychic; or someone who is reading a script.
If you want the truth, you might want to seek out the real deal – a psychic who believes in karma. That is someone who gives you the truth to the best of her ability by reading exactly what their Spirit Guide has written – a karmic message intended just for you.
Kar-ma (defined): Destiny or fate, following as effect from cause.
About The Author: Jacquie Omi is a Master healer of children and animals who resides in a poor indigenous village in Central Mexico. She is a deeply spiritual practitioner and a well educated research scientist who brings her Eastern thought into Western situations. She has been a nonprofit leader since 1986, the president of an educational project since 1991, an Arizona State Certified Teacher (birth grade 12) and a facilitator of businesses since 1986. To attain inner peace and draw positive healing energy into your life, Jacquie can be found at PsychicAccess.com
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