The Life of a Psychic…

psychicI thought I would share what it is like to be a psychic and perhaps clear up some misconceptions that some people may have.

It is truly a joy to be able to do what I do, and while not all readings are rainbows and ponies, each one has changed my life in some small way. It is true that I do not remember the details in most readings, but I come out a different person after each reading than before the reading starts

 


First Misconception: Psychics know everything.

What I mean by this, is that I cannot give you the winning lottery numbers. If I was able to give you the lottery numbers, I would be sipping White Russians on Kaanapali beach in Maui. I might share some numbers, sure, but only after thorough testing (just to make sure it’s working properly, of course).

Now sometimes in a reading I may not pick up on something that maybe the next day seems like a major turn of events. I usually find later that this “thing that seemed so major” turned out to be a non issue. During a reading, Spirit only shows me what you need to know.

There are times that I can communicate with a long passed relative or loved one. Now, if that same person brings in her sister for example, and wants me to bring in that same spirit, it may not happen. The reason being, that your reading may be what you needed hear at that time. Your sister’s reading will be what she needs to hear. Since I can pick up on past, present and future, maybe the reading may pick up on something from the past that she needs to deal with that will affect her future. Every reading is different.


Second Misconception: I can read your mind all the time.

Whenever I tell someone that I am a professional psychic, I always get a look that screams this: “Oh my God, she’s psychic and knows what I am thinking. She knows all of my secrets right now.”

The only way I will read you is if you ask permission and we work out an arrangement.

When I go to the grocery store or anywhere public, I do my absolute best not to “pick up anything” on other people. First of all, I don’t want to know. I like to think that being a psychic is a lot like a radio in that when I am not “tuned in,” I do not get a clear signal. That’s where the runes come in. As soon as a client picks up the runes, the “station” comes in loud and clear.

As much as I think Theresa Caputo is awesome, the fact that she randomly goes up to people and reads them, bothers me. I do see that she quickly asks permission, and she then proceeds to deliver the message. I would like to think that she only does this when the cameras are on. She is an amazing psychic medium and I have nothing but respect for her.


Third Misconception:
Being a psychic is a gift and you should not charge for it.

Having musical talent is a gift, as well as being good at numbers, making eyeglasses, finances, auto repair, cooking, and the list goes on. It is a gift in that I cannot read myself. Even if I could, would I want to? Psychics charge for services as well as any other person in the service industry. We have bills to pay like everyone else.

Sometimes you may see that a rate on one site is different than another. For example, when I am logged in to a instant reading site, the price is considerably higher than if you booked directly through my site. There are several reasons for this. First is the convenience of having an instant reading right there right now. Second is anonymity. Not everyone wants to be associated with getting readings from psychics, and that’s okay.

Being that this is a gift, I very rarely remember a reading. The information I share is your information alone and there is no reason I should hold on to it. I have a hard time remembering what I had for breakfast yesterday, let alone a reading that took place six months ago.

It is my pleasure to share this gift with you. The hours are longer, and more erratic but it is really something I enjoy doing. I have met some beautiful and amazing people doing this and for that I am truly blessed.


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