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A Day In The Life Of A Psychic

Get a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comI have been asked what it is like to be psychic. People are curious to know what it is like to go around all day sensing the intentions, emotions, and thoughts of others. I guess it is like a trip to your neighborhood grocery store – you pick up interesting vibes from other people!

Like many of my colleagues, I have had my own struggle with this vocation. Yes, to me it is a vocation. It is calling I cannot get away from, for the life of me. Am I resentful? Growing up I was I was bullied, picked on and made of fun by the kids in my school, as I was considered to be overly sensitive.

What a revelation to realize that there is nothing ‘wrong’ with me, and all my thinking. It’s just the way I am built. And, I just hadn’t gone far enough with what I was sensing ~ Helga Weber

I could sense things a normal child would not. I was frequently criticized by my classmates and family members for being too ‘touchy.’ I have always had an ‘inner knowing’ about people. I knew when someone was not genuine, or inauthentic. I also felt little more than ‘tolerated’ by my half-sister, and when I brought it to my mother’s attention I was scolded and my intuition invalidated.

After some years passed, I decided to try and shut down my sensitivity, but to no avail. To top it all off, I grew up in a strict religion that invalidated my psychic abilities. No matter what I did to suppress my spiritual gifts, they had a way of coming out anyway.

Later in life, I had to disabuse my mind of all those dogmatic religious teachings. I look at it this way: God created my gifts so would He want me to not use them to help others? Why would the Universe furnish me with these gifts, if I were not to use them for the greater good?

A near-death experience (NDE) powerfully reawakened my spiritual gifts. I have had to learn to work with them, instead of suppress, or deny them. It was no longer a matter of choice.

Spend enough time putting yourself out there in the world—your sensitivity is not something to be feared ~ Elaine N. Aron

It has taken me years and years of learning to protect myself, when I go out in public. I have learned to train myself not to be overly sensitive and that is a job within itself. Trying not to take offense to someone’s comments is very difficult for me, but I have realized it is based upon my filter and own perceptions. It begins with me and no one else. I decide how to interpret a comment or a situation, not the other way around. In the past I allowed others to determine how I should perceive a situation. It has been a process and a huge learning curve.

Fast forward to today, I have embraced and accepted my empathic, intuitive ability as gifts from God. I am now empowered to help people with my gifts of intuition, healings, and counsel on a daily basis. I have become a pure channel for those who seek help and answers to life’s questions, and any issues they may be facing at the present moment. It is a blessing.

About The Author: Angelic Amy

Amy's two near death experiences (NDE's) pushed her natal psychic abilities into overdrive and her story is featured in a famous psychic medium's new book! She's experienced a rich life full of more ups and downs than most encounter in a lifetime, which has only helped her connect to her clients on a deeper level. Tapping into her clairvoyant, clairaudient and Mediumship abilities, Amy is a prominent radio show host, has appeared on other radio shows, and is a popular Tarot reader at Psychic Fairs and parties. This native New Yorker is an experienced energy healer, a Reiki Master, and channels gentle Angelic energies through an Integrated Energy Therapy Technique. It's an honor for Amy to help you in your time of need. If that time is now, you can find this gifted psychic at

One Response to A Day In The Life Of A Psychic

  • Love your blog and could sooo identify with you -thank you for sharing Amy.
    Your own journey will sure help others !

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