Posts Tagged ‘reputable psychic’
Last year, I woke from a dream that had me worried about a close friend for months before he went on vacation. I vividly ‘saw’ him sliding off a dock and into the mouth of a giant shark, which savored every bit of him, before he disappeared. Alarmed, I awoke and sat up, shaken by the gruesome vision.
Knowing my friend well, I knew that if I told him about my dream he would just gently look at me with concern, as if I was crazy, and then change the subject. He would give me the same expression he gave me when I explained to him that fairies were real, but are not visible to everyone. I knew that if I pressed the subject, he might even make fun of me to all our other friends. Yet, I knew I had a responsibility to warn him of impending danger, but how? Read the rest of this entry »
Most people only call a psychic when they need quick answers that are not apparent through the ordinary senses, or to clarify a confusing situation. They want to go beyond the moment and look into the future to know exactly what will happen and when.
Without having met a person, some want to know whether they are the one they will ultimately marry. Others want to know whether they will get grades good enough to pass an exam, or whether they will buy the next house the realtor shows them, or get a job where they’ve interviewed.
The answers to these questions as they are asked require a yes or no answer. If the answer is yes, it makes us feel invulnerable, that no matter what happens between now and then, no matter what we do — we can still cling to the hope and belief in the prediction. We get the ‘quick fix’ boost to compensate for the confidence and faith we lack. Read the rest of this entry »
Many psychics tell people what they want to hear. Some do this because they are frauds, some do this because they want to be loved and admired by another person, and some because they are not very talented, or they just want to get you to come back and spend more money. It is hard to find honest, reputable psychics, just like it is hard to find a great car mechanic, or lawyer.
I have been told, “You’re wrong!” Or, “I don’t agree with you.” I typically get these responses from people when I tell them something they do not want to hear in a psychic reading.
For example, I told someone they had an Ancestral Spirit present helping them, who is Russian military. “Oh no, I am Scot-Irish,” said she irately. She did call back months later to confirm that after some research she discovered she did indeed have Russian military in her background. Read the rest of this entry »
Sharing too much information with any person who isn’t ready for it, can be totally disastrous! I know this all too well; being a psychic, medium, healer, seer, it can be so frustrating sometimes. If you have the gift to see, feel and hear, I’m sure know exactly what I’m talking about.
You have the best of intentions, but sometimes those great intentions, advise, insight, or whatever valuable information you need to share to help, heal or repair, isn’t always met with gratitude, or much belief for that matter. Sometimes it takes years for those that you have helped and shared things with to see how right you really were all along. I can’t even begin to recall all the apologies I have received over the years from those who didn’t believe me at the time. Read the rest of this entry »
In my career I have done the odd emergency psychic reading at 3am in the morning for a celebrity, or two. However, I never divulge the details of conversations, interactions or communications I have had with celebrities or prominent public figures.
I think being an ethical, professional psychic, and a good friend, involves being discreet and reliable – that is after all how trust is built. I personally know how important privacy is for one’s peace of mind, and I therefore honor other people’s privacy too.
Yes, I am a spiritual advisor, counselor and psychic reader, but mostly I am a friend. The best way to have a friend is to be one, and to be a true friend involves respect and trust. Whether they’re famous, or not, what I share with my clients remains confidential. Read the rest of this entry »
Yet, with the trail of live commentary on the Internet and the feedback system on websites, a lot of fraud has been prevented and eliminated in recent years. Most of our clients usually come back to us, because we have a history and reputation for accuracy.
The realm of phone psychics is a deep world of intelligent, successful and curious women who love to talk, but often I have found them to be the most insightful friends and teachers I have had the pleasure to engage with. When we establish a relationship with a client we begin a mutual spiritual journey and an experience in trust. Read the rest of this entry »
Getting psychic readings from the wrong people can wreak havoc in your life. Don’t trust everyone that claims to be a psychic or a medium. Not everyone has the metaphysical gifts to read into the future, or speak to departed souls on the other side.
True psychics and mediums are always empathetic to people’s needs and a reading with them should always be a calm and uplifting experience. Do genuine psychics always get it right? No, sometimes they do not. But they are always truthful, either way. The true psychic will always be completely honest with the client, not just give them stories. They will not simply tell you what you prefer to hear. And they will admit when they are not sure, or when they feel no real connection with your energy. Read the rest of this entry »
It is a myth that everyone is supposed to meet a ‘soulmate’ in this lifetime. Don’t get me wrong, soulmate connections do exist, but this phenomenon is quite rare. It is a singular spiritual anomaly that is certainly not predestined for most of us.
In a world where intimate relationships have become extremely challenging to navigate, the search for the ever-elusive soulmate has become a contemporary obsession. We have co-created a modern society where detachment, loneliness and disconnection reigns supreme, despite our easy access to social media and communication technology. Against this background, the manic hunt for the ‘love of our life’ has become one of our generation’s most profoundly tragic acts of free will.
In my view, the most disturbing aspect of this ‘wild goose chase’ is the fact that it is so often encouraged, or even set into motion, by well-meaning psychic readers and relationship coaches! Too many times, throughout my career, I have had to help pick up the pieces of a broken heart, or a destroyed life, after someone created false expectations for my client with the sweeping statement, “Yes dear, he definitely is your soulmate!” Read the rest of this entry »