Posts Tagged ‘scam psychics’
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 »
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 »
Not all “psychics” are reputable or trustworthy. Some claim to be psychic, but they are not. Others may be competent psychics, but simply not honest. If a psychic tells you any of the following things, you may need to consider ending the psychic reading immediately.
#1: “You are possessed by a demon and I am the only one that can help you.”
Believe it or not, there are so-called “psychics” who make such claims and then ask for money in order for you to get “cured” or “cleansed.” Be especially wary if the reader tells you not to tell anyone what they have told you.
They might instruct you not to confide in anyone, because it will make the evil spirit angry or it will make the demon hurt you. If this happens to you consider never going back to that psychic, and end the reading immediately. You should be able to talk about your own reading to whomever you choose to talk to. Read the rest of this entry »
It is quite a common occurrence to hear people talk about experiences using the word “you” instead of “I”. Why is that? Many therapist types do not say “I” as the mainstream profession discourages too much disclosure – a protocol I abhor.
I personally want to know who is trying to assist me. Is it some book educated youngster, or someone who has lived some authentic life lessons close to my own challenges? I prefer the latter, but it is hard to find out if your “therapist” ever struggled with drugs, poverty, sexual orientation, suicide, and so forth. What a shame that this is the trend in psychology and other helping professions. Read the rest of this entry »
Before I opened psychically, after my second Near-Death Experience (NDE), I sought out a psychic reader to help me understand the confusion I was going through in a relationship. I was in love with man who was pushing me away. I was so desperate to have him in my life; I believed it would be forever! I felt a strong connection to him. So, I visited a local psychic.
During the reading, the “psychic” told me we would definitely be together, but that I needed some additional “help.” This so-called “psychic intervention” would involve a series of special candles, spells and meditations at a high cost. Since I was so desperate to get the man back, I paid her a lot of money for the help she offered. It took several months before I realized how foolish I was to have paid a scam psychic all that money, as nothing ever came to fruition. Read the rest of this entry »
As with any other professional, choosing the right psychic reader for you can be a tricky process. Just like you wouldn’t want your dentist or auto mechanic to be the wrong fit, neither should your chosen psychic!
The best approach to take is to trust your instincts. Know what you are looking for in your reader. Do you want answers to specific questions? Are you trying to commune with the spirit of a loved one? Hoping to learn more about yourself? These are all important questions, as no two readers are alike, and the more tailored your search for a psychic, the more likely you are to find the best match.
Don’t be afraid to “interview” potential readers. The good ones are professionals and will not be offended, as long as you approach them in a diplomatic, respectful manner. Maybe you won’t like the first person you contact, but if you keep at it, chances are you will find the right one. It’s a lot like dating! Read the rest of this entry »
I have been doing psychic readings, spiritual coaching, and energy healing, and I have been teaching Kundalini Yoga, for 15 years now. Over the years I have heard of many scams and cons in my field of work. It saddens me to hear of such things, because I see firsthand the pain it causes the victims, who are often my clients.
“Psychic” scammers also makes my job so much harder. It puts a bad taste in people’s mouths and makes them doubt people who are truly trying to help them and have pure intentions. Just as a doctor, therapist and teacher, the motivation of true healers and psychics is to help people, rather than having money be the motivating factor. Read the rest of this entry »