Posts Tagged ‘scam psychics’
If you are a passionate, committed person in a field that has become commercialized, it can be so very frustrating. One of the ways I deal with my frustration is with humor. Therefore, if you do not have a sense of humor, or take things very seriously, please do not read any further. If you do, you will be proceeding at your own risk.
I recently worked at a spiritual faire, which no members of the public bothered to attend. It ended up being just the bunch of ‘gifted’ vendors who spent the day talking incessantly about themselves, telling each other the same amazing stories, over and over again. These stories are meant to prove that they were meant to share their ‘gift’ with humanity. Not mentioned in any of these tales is the family money, or lawsuit money, alimony, family or spousal support payments, which helped to finance their perceived notions of being ‘chosen’ to do this work. Read the rest of this entry »
There is the fashionable notion these days for individuals to be branded as ‘psychics’ or ’empaths’ if they are emotionally sensitive, or display a high level of compassion towards others. It is automatically assumed that people who are emotionally highly intelligent must also have an exceptional capacity for extra-sensory perception (ESP). Nothing could be further from the truth.
If anything, I believe this myth is only serving to confuse and mislead people, and may even cause further emotional damage, by imposing unreasonable expectations on some highly sensitive, or even emotionally vulnerable people.
I had many traumatic paranormal experiences in my childhood, and I was constantly overwhelmed by extra-sensory perceptions I did not understand. To find reliable information on the subject in those days was near impossible. The confusion and frustration I had to endure in my youth – often due to the ignorance of others – made me vow to research, learn and share as much as I could about psychic abilities. If I can spare just one gifted child unnecessary trauma, or inspire just one adult to come out of the ‘clair closet’, the bewilderment I had to endure would all be worth it. Thus, the reason for this article. Read the rest of this entry »
So, you have that empath pal. Your ‘BFF.’ You know, the perfect girlfriend, the person who understands you through and through? Well, think again! That cute acquaintance, co-worker or online friend, may seep into your life and soon control everything – the material you write, the art you produce, the life you live, the people you see, the work you do, the people you date, the people you talk to. And I am talking people you never chose to meet.
A good number of aggressive stalkers are female, in my opinion. I have found that female stalkers are almost as prevalent in number as men. There is however much more awareness and activism when it comes to violence against women when committed by men. I also agree that more can be done to mitigate violence against women, but nothing has been done against perpetrators of violence by women against women. Why is that? 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 »
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 »