Recently, I was interviewed about my profession as a psychic medium, which prompted me to review questions I’d received over the last few months from potential clients. Here are a few:
“Is it difficult for you do readings for people you know, such as good friends or relatives?” – No, not at all! I separate what I may know about the person from my work and allow the spiritual insights that I obtain to be as pure as possible. By instilling that practice, I ensure that the information isn’t swayed based on any prior knowledge. So far, it seems to work! (Hey, if I can do a reading for my mother, then, I’ve passed the test).
“Is a psychic medium similar to a life coach?” – While I’m not aware of the criteria for being a certified life coach, I would expect that both professions can certainly provide guidance in advancing aspects (relationships, career, etc.) of a client’s life. The big difference in being a psychic medium is that I share insights that I receive from spiritual sources and energy vibrations. By the way, I know a person who is actually both: a certified life coach and a psychic medium.
“Can you turn your psychic ability off and on whenever you want?” – For the most part, yes. As with all jobs, it’s important to maintain a work/rest balance. Naturally, during a reading, my spiritual radar is strong and focused. After the session is over, I do shut down and recharge my batteries. Away from work, typically, I wouldn’t walk into a room and start picking up spiritual visions or messages. I say, typically, because there are times when unexpected spiritual contacts happen. Just this past weekend while lunching with friends, a specific message came through loud and clear as I chomped on a corn dog!
If you have questions about my role as a psychic medium or want to schedule a session, please feel free to reach out to me (contact info is in the website)!
Now, a question for myself: “Why did I order that corn dog?”
Love and light,