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A Psychic’s Perspective On Suicide

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comI have had quite a wave of callers in recent months who are extremely concerned over threats their children or loved ones have been making about ending their own lives. No matter what the circumstances may be, such suicidal tendencies must always be taken very seriously and handled with kid gloves. Contacting a psychic should ideally not be the first course of action. There are specialist emergency help lines and dedicated suicide hotlines which do a wonderful job.

Psychics also receive calls sometimes from clients who feel everything in their lives has become futile, and that the world would be better off without them. These types of psychic consultations are among the most challenging that we as advisors ever have to offer. Sometimes it helps just to listen to a distraught soul, and advise them where their true life purpose might lie, but I always suggest that such callers seek the help of a professional counselor or therapist.

Some of my clients over the years have lost their loved ones to suicide and they tend to seek mediumship answers as to why, and ‘what if.’ They want to be sure that their loved ones really have transitioned to the afterlife. Also, they want to know whether their loved ones are in a good place. In such cases, it’s wonderful when psychic mediums have some information to pass on from the deceased which only the caller would have known about.

In hindsight, when I think back on most of my clients’ recollections of what lead up to a loved one’s suicide, they often would say that there was rarely any sign.

Did you really want to die? No one commits suicide because they want to die. Then why do they do it? Because they want to stop the pain ~ Tiffanie DeBartolo

Those left behind on this side of the veil generally feel overwhelmed by despair. They feel there is nothing they can do now… but there is! To bring healing on both sides of the veil, we can turn our mental and emotional efforts towards sending love and light to the one who has crossed over, as we bring their image to our mind’s eye.

It is quite uncanny that I had already started writing this blog about ten days ago, before getting a call from a very distraught friend who, with her partner, had just walked in on the suicide of his niece. My friend’s partner had received a call from his sister, who was away on holiday, to say he daughter’s phone just kept ringing when she called. So, my friend and her partner went by the home his niece was renting, to check on her. And what a shock for them it turned out to be! His niece had a past history of substance abuse, but nobody suspected she was in such deep emotional pain.

Subsequently there is pain for those left behind, who will inevitably beat themselves up, thinking they should have noticed certain ‘red flags.’ My friend asked me to see if I was able to pick up anything about the tragic situation. I felt her partner’s niece had planned the situation for three weeks and that she was now at peace. My friend did say that she looked extremely peaceful once the paramedics had lay her down to check for any sign of life.

I was about 18 years old when I broke up with my first boyfriend. He was excessively jealous. To the outside world all they saw was his stunning good looks and charm, but his possessiveness became terrifying for me. After we broke up, he would stalk me and he wrote me a letter warning me not to read the papers, because I would be reading about “something very unpleasant” that had happened to him. That scared me too and I sought the counsel of an old gentleman at my place of work. He assured me that people who threaten rarely take their own lives. I don’t know if he was saying that just to make me feel better, but I never did read or hear anything unpleasant about the ex-boyfriend.

When I was younger and estranged from my mother I heard from a cousin by letter that my mother had attempted suicide with an overdose, followed by wrist cutting, but she was found in time.

Suicide is a serious thing. And if you know anyone who is suicidal, you need to get them help. No one should be in pain. Everyone should love themselves ~ Gerard Way

My research into a spiritual reason for my mother’s attempts to take her own life, and failing to do so, suggested that it wasn’t her time to go. There was divine intervention on some level with her higher self, together with members of her soul group on the other side, and her guides, to encourage her to see her lifetime through in order to attain certain goals.

A few years later when I had reconnected with my mother and asked her about this, she said she couldn’t recall anything about it, but she wore the scars like two neat bracelets. For as long as I can remember, my mom was deeply troubled and despite us trying to reach her, and ensuring she got the best medical help available, she struggled. I guess I will never know what prompted her choice to stay and continue her life’s journey. I know she lived through many ‘troubled’ moments.

About The Author: Shani

Shani is a qualified practitioner in Reiki, aromatherapy, reflexology, body spin, and animal telepathy who received psychic development training at the Arthur Findlay College of Psychic Research in England. A published writer, her articles and predictions have appeared in several respected magazines and on psychic websites, and she has read for many celebrities and even heads of state in Africa. Though she was born in London, Shani has traveled the globe and has studied the art of African Mysticism, bringing her unique flavor to those seeking her incredible talents. Get a reading with Shani at

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